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- 100% Latex
- Hand Wash
- 16.26 centimeters high
- 35.31 centimeters wide
- 100% Latex Mask
- High Quality
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Eerie was an American magazine of horror comics introduced in 1966 by warren publishing. Each issue's stories were introduced by the host character, cousin eerie. Together with its sister publication creepy, the face of comic book horror was defined. Now for the first time ever, trick or treat studios brings you the full head cousin eerie Halloween mask.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00EU2O8QG
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 5, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
It fits my head pretty good. This mask will fit an adult with an average size head, but might be a little bit large for some children. For me, it wasn't hard to see out of this mask, and I didn't have any problems breathing out of it either. Overall, I love it.
Feel free to ask me any questions in the Comment section. I usually answer All questions on the same day. :)
The folks over at Trick Or Treat Studios understood this and sculpted this mask to match the "Warlock Stretch", meaning that they made it from the ground up to look they way it looks on Dick Warlock's head in the film. Every detail has been addressed and included, from the camel hair, the aforementioned stretch, the flesh tone around the neck and the dirt/paint spots that are the result of Dick pulling the actual mask on and off by it's nose between takes.
The latex is heavy duty, not the cheap thin stuff you find on most bargain Myers masks in every Halloween costume shop around the Halloween season.
The pictures that you see online really don't do this justice, when displayed in the right lighting (which is key for any Myers mask, even one's that cost upwards of $300) it looks as if you snatched it right off of Dick's head and ran home with it.
I'm using mine on a full-scale Michael Myers H2 statue that I built and the result is menacing, even when it wasn't on the full-scale the mask commanded your attention. Now if we can only get a good H1 replica at this same price we'd be rollin', sadly, though, T0T only has the rights to the H2 look. Maybe one day...
This is NOT going to look like the mask from the 1978 Halloween, it looks like the much more weathered and beat up version from Halloween II (which it is SUPPOSED to be). One of the main differences and the one that people here are pointing out the most is the neck is flesh colored, not white. This is how the mask in the movie was (go watch it carefully) due to weathering between production of the original and the sequel. If you're curious as to why this is, along with the other differences, read this article that Chris Zephro (founder of Trick or Treat Studios) posted: http://www.trickortreatstudios.com/blog/the-antomy-of-the-halloween-ii-mask/
Now as for the mask on its own terms, it's fantastic. For the most part it is true to the picture on Amazon, aside from the neck looking more white in the online photo (yet again, the actual product is more authentic to the movie and if the Amazon picture showed this it would probably save people a lot of complaining) and slightly less detailing on the face. Nothing a little pencil can't fix if it's not to your pleasing.
As for fit, I have a very large head (size 8 hat size and wear a XXXL motorcycle helmet, for reference)and this mask is just big enough to fit me inside it, which I must say is admirable considering many masks are too small for me. Also keep in mind that your head shape will drastically alter the shape of the mask in turn. This is one reason why it may look different on you than in the movie. On me, for instance, it is more wide and overall circular rather than an oval.
The hair is 100% real Camel hair (just like the real H2 mask), but I've been reading about the hair falling out easily. I have not had this problem yet, but I suspect it's because people are taking the mask off by the hair. Don't! Use the slits in the back of the mask, they're there for a reason!
Overall, this is a very high quality mask, not even considering the $50 price tag. If you are looking for a "compromise" between a cheap knockoff and a 100% accurate custom mask, this is by far your best bet so far.
I also have read that Trick or Treat Studios is releasing masks from other Halloween movies as well, inlcuding H6, H20, and Resurrection. I'll be sure to check those out as well! Thanks Chris and everyone at Trick or Treat Studios for finally making affordable authentic Michael Myers masks!