Anti-Gravity Machine

So is it a prop or is it a costume?  That’s the question I was left with after watching the tutorial on the Anti-Gravity Machine that Brick in the Yard Mold Supply created.  However you decide to categorize it, there is no question that it is completely awesome.  It’s an incredibly intricate build that was definitely worth the effort.  While an anti-gravity machine may not fit in a haunt (or be comfortable to wear at a Halloween party for that matter), the concept behind it could certainly be implemented and is worthy of at least a cursory look....

Severed Finger

If you’re looking to serve Ladyfingers you’ll want to pair them with tea, pudding, or ice cream. If you’re looking to sever Lady fingers, on the other hand, you’ll probably want to take a look at the tutorial that Rachel from SplatterFactoryTV posted.  She details a remarkably easy way to make a quick casting of your own finger using liquid latex and makeup.  The great thing is, all of the details of your finger will be imprinted on your castings, giving it a remarkably realistic appearance.  The process is so simple you’ll have no problem making enough for everybody to eat!     Items needed to complete this include: Liquid latex Tissue paper Hair dryer Flesh tone makeup/foundation...

Kitchen Accident

If you’re looking for a gruesome looking makeup effect for your scare actors then CrazyHappy08 has a tutorial that may suit your needs.  Its a super simple effect to achieve (assuming you’re reasonably adept at applying makeup) and the results look amazing.  You’ll need glue, foundation, some makeup, and a bit of a depraved imagination.  ...

I Ripped Up My Nail!

I’ve never considered wearing artificial nails, and I’ve never actually had a reason to want to.  Those are things I used to say prior to coming across this video tutorial from KlairedelysArt.  The fact of the matter is that if you’re taking the time to do you own makeup, you’re probably already doing your hands as well, but if your willing to take the time to do your nails, the results can be truly gruesome.  I must admit, the beginning of this video is hard to stomach, but well worth it....

Burnt/Two Face Makeup Tutorial...

I suppose you could settle for a plain old latex mask this Halloween, but if you really want to put some fear into the kids this year, try utilizing the Burnt/Two Face tutorial that Mel Rose made.  It’s a really easy effect to accomplish, though you may need some help applying the makeup since you’ll be working with only one eye.  The cost is minimal and it will look more realistic than any mask you could buy without breaking the bank.   http://youtu.be/_Eev6lYGT5A   Items needed to accomplish this include: Red Cream Makeup Black cream makeup Card stock (for teeth) Liquid latex Eye popping latex appliance Spirit gum Toilet paper Textured sponge...

Make Monster and Alien Feet...

Dave Simon is a good dad.  I don’t actually know Dave, but any father that makes his three year old daughter a pair of pink and purple monster feet is my kind of dad.  His tutorial on how to Make Monster & Alien Feet is not only easy and inexpensive, but the feet actually look fantastic.  And since they’re made using Crocs as a base, you know they’re really comfortable too!     Items needed to complete this include: Old or new foam shoes Great Stuff minimal expanding foam Disposable gloves Newspaper Spray...

Zombie Mask Tutorial

Ich fürchte, zombies, aber ich habe nichts dagegen, wie einer aussieht. Every now and then a tutorial comes along that is so good it leapfrogs it’s way to the front of the Haunters List line. Such is the case with this great video tutorial from Stefan Schäfer Photography.  In this video you’ll learn how to turn a little bit of gelatin, glycerol, and water into an incredible zombie paste that will help in the zombification of any haunt.  Sure, you’ll need some makeup and a little bit of blood, but the base coat is everything here, and this tutorial gives you everything you need to get started....

Nimble Fingered Skeletal Organist...

I wasn’t sure if I wanted to post a link to the Nimble Fingered Skeletal Organist tutorial that the guys over at Night Frights posted since it’s part prop and part actor control.  It doesn’t really fit nicely into any of categories we’ve established at HauntersList, but the fact of the matter is, this effect looks too good to pass up.   The effect is achieved by having your actor (seated below the organ) wearing a pair of skeletal gloves that are attached to your Bucky.  This reverse marionette action allows for a much more realistic looking organist than you could ever get using a motor or pneumatics.     By the way, I’m categorizing this under Costumes/Masks, so be sure to leave a comment if you think I’m dead wrong on this.   Items needed to complete this include: Bucky Skeleton Skeletal gloves (the kind with the raised plastic bones on them work best) Black Light Glow-In-The-Dark Spray Paint Masking Tape Zip Ties Black fabric (3 yards should be plenty) plus some tacks, staples or duct tape to secure it 1-inch Threaded Floor Flange 1″ x 3/4″ Reducing Male Adapter 2 feet of 3/4” PVC Pipe Black Spray Paint Black long-sleeved shirt (for your operator to wear during...

Devil’s Workshop ’68 Super Demon...

A little over a month ago it was announced that, in continuing with the Famous Monsters Yearbook Cover line of retro masks, the Devil’s Workshop had added the ’68 Super Demon masks.     These beauties are based on the two headed monster that graced the cover of the 1968 Famous Monsters of Filmland yearbook cover.  Made of heavy latex rubber (and that’s not an understatement,  the Devil’s Workshop masks are some of the thickest masks you’re going to find),  these two full head collector’s masks would be an incredible addition to any mask collection.  They come in either green, or gold at a $119.00 plus shipping pricetag.     All Devil’s Workshop masks are produced in limited quantities and will eventually sell out.  If you’ve got a mask collection, or just love the smell of a quality latex mask, do yourself a favor and check these...

Trick or Treat Studios 2013 Lineup...

Trick or Treat Studios recently announced their 2013 lineup and they’ve got some stunning masks in line for this season as well as three Halloween II Michael Myers props.  With official licenses in place from Lugosi Enterprises, Chaney Entertainment, Universal Studios and Full Fathom 5 Productions in addition to some masterfully sculpted originals, 2013’s mask offerings are sure to please.  With mask prices ranging from $24.99 to $64.99, (although the majority are priced at $59.99) Trick or Treat Studios is the go-to producer of high quality, affordable Halloween masks....


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