Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Happy October!

What better way to kick off the month of October than with Jason Willis' new Moon Monster animated spot based on the classic comic book ad for the Horror Fan Club. Jason's previous October treats are all amazing visual masterpieces, and the Moon Monster spot is no different. Be sure to check out the back story and special Moon Monster downloads available on Jason's site...

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

1960 Topstone Catalog

A very big thanks goes out to the Creeping Dead over at Monster Mayhem for sharing this 1960 Topstone catalog. Enjoy creeps....






Wednesday, September 24, 2014

1976-77 Franco American Catalog

This Franco's catalog is stuffed full of mid-70's monster mask goodness. Don Post, Be Something Studios, Topstone, Travelers, and Cesar are all represented here, as well as a few others. They range from the ultra deluxe Don Post 1000 line to the thin and flimsy dime store variety. Good stuff in here creeps!











Tuesday, September 23, 2014

1000 Line Don Post Masks

These Don Post 1000 Line masks were offered up in the 1976-77 Franco American Novelties catalog. The rest of the catalog scans coming this week...

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Cavity Colors Season of the Witch

One good Halloween III post deserves to be followed up by another. Cavity Colors recently launched a new collection of H3 inspired goodness. Check it...


Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Trick or Treat Halloween III Masks Arrived!

I've been waiting and wondering when the Trick or Treat Studios Halloween III Season of the Witch masks would show up since I pre-ordered them earlier this Summer. They arrived this past Saturday and the wait was more than worth while. I'm thrilled to death to add these to the collection...


While attending Maskfest, I heard that there were complaints about these pieces from die hard fans of the Halloween series. While it's impossible to please everyone, I think some serious perspective is needed here. Consider the quality of these pieces compared to those that were released just a few years back from the company that produced these masks originally. There really is no comparison between them whatsoever. I can't thank Chris and Justin from ToT enough for making these masks a reality... thank you kindly gentlemens!!!