Around this time last year, Cinemaquette and Elite Creature Collectibles unveiled a work of art for Friday the 13th fans: a gorgeous 1:1 ratio The Final Chapter Jason Voorhees bust. Now, nearly one year later, Cinemaquette and ECC have another amazing The Final Chapter collectible to reveal: an impeccably detailed Friday the 13th maquette of an adult Jason standing on a Crystal Lake dock with a haunting view of a young drowning Jason.

Featuring lifelike qualities that should be on display in a museum, this "Dark Reflection" maquette was designed by practical effects guru Steve Wang and sculpted with a beautiful and haunting touch by Mony Cazamea.

An adult Jason Voorhees towers over the dock in this maquette, but it's the young drowning Jason below the simulated water's surface that really sets the tragic mood, showing collectors the haunted past that Jason sees every time he looks at his reflection in the waters of Crystal Lake.

Limited to 513 items worldwide this Jason maquette is expected to ship out in the second half of 2018. If you're thinking about adding this high-end item to your Friday the 13th collection, then you may want to take advantage of the early bird price of $2,650 before the regular price of $2,850 kicks in after March 13th. To learn more, check out the official details and photo gallery below, and visit Cinemaquette's website for more information.

Jason Voorhess 1:3 Scale Maquette:"There's a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees' curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him... No one can. People forget he's down there, waiting..."

"A young boy drowned at Crystal Lake in 1957, and his name is Jason Voorhees.

Elite Creature Collectibles is proud to introduce our museum-quality Jason Voorhees ‘tribute’ maquette entitled: “Dark Reflection,” designed by Steve Wang. This dramatic maquette is crafted in 1:3 scale with remarkable attention to detail, standing 45 inches tall, and is the ultimate display piece for all fans of the Friday the 13th films.


  • Approximately 45.2 inches in height.
  • Approximately 21.7 inches in width.
  • Approximately 20.5 inches in depth.
  • Cast in high-quality translucent resin for a lifelike skin effect.
  • Real metal machete.
  • Removable hockey mask.
  • Crystal Lake dock-themed base with simulated water.
  • A young drowned Jason.
  • LED with flickering effect.
  • Handmade glass eyes (one of them is half-blind).
  • Each Certificate of Authenticity is signed by sculptor Mony Cazamea.
  • Limited in production to 513 pieces worldwide.
  • Estimated shipping: 2018 Q3.

EARLY BIRD PRICE: $2,650 USD (Effective until March 13, 2018)

REGULAR PRICE: $2,850 USD (From March 14, 2018, until cutoff date of April 13)"

Photos courtesy of Cinemaquette:

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