The only thing cooler than this zombie werewolf costume is the actual concept of a zombie werewolf. Can you imagine a movie that starts off as a standard zombie apocalypse film, only for one of the zombies to turn into a werewolf when the moon is full? Come to think of it, it might even be cooler if the zombie turns back into a human after the moon goes back down since only silver bullets can truly kill a werewolf.
I can’t figure out if “Ex Talk Show Host” is incredibly mean or incredibly frightening.
A “Zombie Sock Monkey.” Because why not?
This is not a werewolf mask, it’s a vampire Mr. T mask if I ever saw one.
It’s not too often that you see underwear featuring a Freddy Kreuger knock-off.
How is this shirt in any way related to creepypasta?
Look, it’s “Nail Head Man” and totally not Pinhead. No sir!
How long will it take for knock-offs to appear for the new Scream mask?
I’ll give credit where it’s due: “Godwin” is an interesting and creative name for a Godzilla knock-off.
It’s amazing that this has yet to appear in a horror movie.
That’s funny, I don’t see a gigantic target on this shirt.
“Love Craft?” Why not call it “Cthulhu?”
Since when does adding rust to something make it “steampunk?”
“Franken Bride.” There’s not much I can say about that.
The zombie version of the infamous horse mask is actually less scary than the original.
Why pay the licensing fees for The Walking Dead if you’re going to make generic prosthetic wounds?
This is an “Evil J” makeup kit and has nothing to do with the Joker. Yeah, that’s the ticket!
Batman and Spider-Man go together like peanut butter and jelly. At least that’s what the companies churning out knock-offs would have you believe. How else do you explain the reversible domino masks, capes, and hoods featuring designs that are clearly trying to evoke both characters? I don’t think the fact neither character wears such things would prevent their respective owners from bringing down the hammer.
This is the closest thing I’ve found to an Iron Man knock-off. No “Metal Man,” no “Iron Guy,” nothing. This is really the point where costume companies decide not to try any funny stuff?