MONSTROUS MASK REVIEWS: Shrunken Head by Be Something Studios

1985 was a big year for me. I graduated high school, I had my first full-time job and I was introduced to the hobby of collecting Halloween masks. Prior to graduating I started receiving catalogs in the mail from companies such as Don Post Studios, Distortions Unlimited, House of Horror Studios and Be Something Studios (now known as Zagone Studios). I was mesmerized by these catalogs as to prior to this, I had only been aware of the latex masks you could buy in your local department or drug stores every October. I had never seen anything of the quality being offered by these companies.

Original catalog photo of Shrunken Head.
Continue reading “MONSTROUS MASK REVIEWS: Shrunken Head by Be Something Studios”

MONSTROUS MASK REVIEWS: Classic Sock Skull by Zagone Studios

Zagone Studios has oftentimes been the first to introduce a particular type of mask. In this case it is the moving mouth masks, also known as sock masks. The concept is that the latex mask is attached to a black sock that fits over your head. The jaw is separate from the rest of the mask and when you open and close your mouth, the mouth of the mask also moves as you do. In addition, this style of mask allows for great visibility and breathability.

Website photo of the Classic Sock Skull.
Continue reading “MONSTROUS MASK REVIEWS: Classic Sock Skull by Zagone Studios”

Start a Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑