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Friday, October 24, 2014 02:30

Trick or Treat Studios 2013 Masks

Justin Mabry, bloody latex mask

Art Director of Trick or Treat Studios and creator of Night Owl Productions, Justin Mabry, modeling the new Orphan Killer mask.  Justin had access to the mask used in production of the film, The Orphan Killer.  Orphan Killer is available for $59.99.

I got to view some of the new masks Trick or Treat Studios has put out for 2013 at Monsterpalooza last weekend and they are fantastically frightening as always!

Trick or Treat Studios is my favorite source for quality, affordable latex horror masks. The Trick or Treat Studios art director, Justin Mabry, showed me several of his newest sculpts including Darkman, King Pumpkin, Skinner, The Funhouse, and the Orphan Killer. I also got a peek at Werewolf, designed by Toxic Toons artist, Eric Pigors, and sculpted by Pete Infelise and Z-Eek!, designed by Eric Pigors and sculpted by Aaron Lewis.

The masks look remarkably realistic in person.  As Trick or Treat Studios has grown, they’ve been able to license more horror brands such as Michael Myers and the Orphan Killer, giving the wearer the opportunity to recreate his or her favorite horror characters as authentically as possible.

Justin Mabry models the new Darkman mask.  Darkman is a 1990 film featuring Liam Neeson.  The sunglasses are not included, but I think that they combine Darkman and Top Gun to make it look like one of the Top Gun aviators was in a truly horrific accident.

Justin Mabry models the new Darkman mask. Darkman is a 1990 film featuring Liam Neeson. The sunglasses are not included, but I think that they combine Darkman and Top Gun to make it look like one of the Top Gun aviators was in a truly horrific accident.  Darkman is available for $59.99.

Trick or Treat Studios, Toxic Toons, Eric Pigors

I used this photo in my first Monsterpalooza 2013 recap post, but it’s my blog and I can use it again if I want to.  Night Owl masks’ sculptor and Trick or Treat Studios art director, Justin Mabry (left) holds up Werewolf, designed by Toxic Toons artist, Eric Pigors (right). Eric is wearing another mask he designed which was sculpted by Aaron Lewis.  The Werewolf is available for $59.99 and the Z-eek is a steal at only $19.99.

Halloween, Trick or Treat Studios

Justin Mabry holds out the King Pumpkin mask, a perfect classic Jack o Lantern look. King Pumpkin is available for $49.99.

I didn’t see the following masks in person, but when I found them as part of the 2013 lineup on the Trick or Treat Studios website, it was love at first sight!

Mr. Grimm is the newest scarecrow mask in the collection.  he's sculpted by Pete Infelise and available for $49.99.

Mr. Grimm is the newest scarecrow mask in the collection. The rows of teeth are very shark-like and also remind me of Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors.  Grimm is sculpted by Pete Infelise and available for $49.99.

Branch Horridian comes from the film Parasomnia.  The character and mask was designed by William Malone and sculpted by Erich Lubatti.  It's available for $74.99.

Branch Horridian comes from the film Parasomnia. The character and mask was designed by William Malone and sculpted by Erich Lubatti. It’s available for $74.99.

Cyanide is another collaboration between Toxic Toons and Trick or Treat.  Designed by Eric Pigors and sculpted by Erich Lubatti, the mask features bulging eyes and craggy candy corn teeth.

Cyanide is another collaboration between Toxic Toons and Trick or Treat.  It might be my favorite Toxic Toons mask so far. Designed by Eric Pigors and sculpted by Erich Lubatti, the mask features bulging eyes and craggy candy corn teeth.  Also, this is kind of my boyfriend now.

Swoon, love this Bela Lugosi Dracula mask sculpted by Casey Wong and available for $59.99.

Swoon, love this Bela Lugosi Dracula mask sculpted by Casey Wong and available for $59.99.

It’s never too early to place an order for Halloween. Any of these masks would make a great costume. To see more of the 2013 collection and to order, visit the Trick or Treat Studios website.  I’m also really proud of this interview I did with Justin Mabry in 2011 so check that out if you want to learn more about the work that goes into these masks.

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One Response to “Trick or Treat Studios 2013 Masks”

  1. Barbara says:

    Having followed your blog since the beginning I have developed a great respect for these masks as well and this year did not disappoint either. Really incredible work.

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