Formed in 2010, Trick or Treat Studios caught my attention in a big way a couple years later, with the release of the most impressive looking mass-produced Michael Myers mask ever made.
Last year they continued their dominance of the Halloween mask market with licensed releases ranging from They Live to Dark Night of the Scarecrow, and the fun continues this year with some of the company’s most awesome offerings to date.
Though Halloween is still too far away to really start getting excited about its arrival, Trick or Treat Studios has nevertheless already begun showing off this year’s masks and decorations, many of which are currently up for pre-order over on their website.
Today here on Halloween Love, we get an early jump start on the Halloween season by taking a closer look at Trick or Treat’s highly impressive 2014 catalog!
Michael Myers has been a staple of the company’s mask collection over the years, and this year they beef up that collection with a new Halloween 2 mask, as well as replica Myers masks from Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers, Halloween H20 and Halloween: Resurrection. Pictured is the mask from Halloween 6, an installment that I’m personally a fan of. All four sequels will also be getting their own coveralls this year, to complete the looks.
Evil Dead 2‘s Henrietta is honored with not one but two different masks this Halloween season. The first one depicts her as she was in the fruit cellar, while the second one is based on her more horrifying appearance in the latter portions of the film. Be careful, because these masks just might swallow your soul!
Evil Dead‘s hero Ash Williams also gets immortalized in latex this year, with this third addition to Trick or Treat’s budding Evil Dead 2 line. This is of course Deadite Ash, and hopefully a regular version will be released in future years.
There are a whole lot of zombies on display in George Romero’s Day of the Dead, but the two that are the most memorable are without question Dr. Tongue and Bub. While Dr. Tongue was the first zombie seen in the movie, Bub is the star of the show, a loveable zombie that’s not quite like the others. You’ll have a chance to be both of them this year, courtesy of these two awesome masks!
Speaking of iconic zombies, Romero brought another memorable one to the screen in 2005’s Land of the Dead, in the form of the Bub-like ‘Big Daddy.’ You can complete the Big Daddy look with a pair of Trick or Treat’s Michael Myers coveralls, which should do the trick!
If you’re asking me, horror sequels don’t get much more underrated than Halloween 3: Season of the Witch. If you feel the same way, you’ll be incredibly happy to hear that all three of the Silver Shamrock masks from the film can be yours this Halloween season; the pumpkin, the skull and the witch. I don’t think you need me to tell you to be careful with these, and NEVER watch TV while wearing them!
Last year’s alien invader mask is followed up with this incredible They Live decoration, which is life-sized and animated. You don’t need a pair of black sunglasses to see how awesome this bad boy is, which speaks into its watch thanks to a built-in high quality industrial motor. Will you obey and consume? Because I’m sure as hell going to!
We wrap things up with another prop decoration; a replica of one of the cotton candy cocoons, from Killer Klowns from Outer Space. This is the perfect companion piece to Trick or Treat’s Shorty mask, seen at the top of this post, and makes for perhaps the world’s most awesome home decoration. The cocoon measures a whopping six feet tall, and is without a doubt the coolest Killer Klowns collectible I’ve ever seen.
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