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The Hard Work Behind the Official HalloweeN II Mask by TOTS

It’s every HalloweeN fan’s dream: a factory full of Michael Myers masks. That’s exactly what the Trick or Treat Studios manufacturing plant is these days. As the maker of the Official HalloweeN II Mask, ToTs is putting in massive overtime to provide fans with accurate Michael Myers masks. The photos, provided by ToTs president Zephro, serve to demonstrate that nothing but hard work is going into the production of these items. No detail is being spared when it comes to hair, paint, mask features and quality control. Big thanks to the staff at Trick or Treat Studios for their commitment and dedication to this endeavor. The masks will be arriving in late July.

 

 

Comments

  1. slash69 says:

    Chris told me they are busting ass to keep up with the high demands and camel hair has been a difficult issue but they are still on track for “late” July.

  2. brandon says:

    nice! Thanks for sharing this.

  3. woots says:

    All I have to say is WOW… Now that’s a good insider view of how it’s all going down. Like the statement before mine, thank you for sharing this information with us.

  4. Jordan Noton says:

    As freakin' awesome as these pictures are… the whole top of the head seems way too bulbous for me…

  5. Cecil Vane says:

    awesome cant wait to get mine!

  6. OzzmanianDevil says:

    I can’t wait to get mine. I’m so pumped.

  7. So exciting, I can’t wait to get mine!

  8. So exciting, I can't wait to get mine!

  9. Tristan Schroeder says:

    I saw a vid on youtube and the the neck is still tan.
    http://youtu.be/Ru-S8GidvcQ

  10. What are you talking about? The head isn't bulbous at all…

  11. Have you gotten it yet?

  12. Yeah, I got it last week and I think it's great!

  13. Very cool! Have you posted pictures and/or video of it yet?

  14. entersandman says:

    I want one so bad!

  15. Nick Castle says:

    My only complaint is them not painting the whole mask white. the fleshy neck doesn’t look all that hot. Truly a great mask though! Looks amazing at night..

  16. knowbody says:

    @ Nick
    Remember that the real Michael Myers mask was a flesh colored Captain Kirk mask that was painted white. Some areas of the mask still retained some flesh color. Watch Halloween II carefully. There are many moments where you can see that the mask isn’t entirely white.

    For example, check the scene where Dr. Loomis and Laurie hide in the surgery room towards the end of the film. When Myers breaks in through the door and Loomis’ gun jams, Myers turns to look at Loomis. We are provided with a great shot of the Michael Myers mask… and it’s not completely white.

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