Halloween 2015 is brimming with creepy creations in all sections of the retail market. From kooky candy to dastardly decorations, there is a lot to track down. That’s why we’re here: to make the whole process scarily simple.
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Over the past few years, Trick or Treat Studios has gone from a relatively unknown mask maker to Halloween royalty. They have been able to secure deals with major property-holders, unleashing latex creations beyond imagination. From Bela Lugosi’s Dracula to Michael Myers to King Kong, Trick or Treat has captured a significant corner of the Halloween market. Three of the most exciting masks they are offering up are the Halloween III masks, pictured below. As you can see, the Pumpkin, Witch, and Skull look nearly identical to the Don Post counterparts as they appeared in the original film. Check out the complete 2015 catalog of creeps on the Trick or Treat website.
Halloween III Masks from Trick or Treat Studios
Another giant of the Halloween season, Beistle, is finding new life in its century-old library of Halloween art. It is re-releasing several of its old Halloween cutout and die-cut decorations. From honeycombs to cardboard wall-art, Beistle hasseveral vintage reproduction decorations on its website. You may want to check it out, especially if you are planning a vintage-themed Halloween happening.