According to JobMonkey.com, the average salary for a summer camp counselor is approximately $230 per week. That doesn’t seem like a whole lot of dough considering all of the hard work, rotten kids, and bad food counselors have to put up with. And then, of course, there’s the occasional visit from this guy…
It’s not even necessary to provide his name, is it? All you need to see is that hockey mask and you immediately know it’s Jason Voorhees. The same could be said for guys like Michael Myers or Ghostface. But not every mask from the movies is as immediately recognizable. Dig a little deeper into the horror genre and you’ll find plenty of other fearsome facades whose wearers may not be household names, but whose covered countenances will give you just as many nightmares as their more famous brethren.
PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925)
Thanks to the popularity of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical and it’s instantly recognizable poster art, most people forget about the disguise worn by the granddaddy of all mask wearing movie maniacs, Lon Chaney’s Phantom of the Opera.