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Slipknot Masks

By: on October 05, 2012
  • Slipknot Masks
  • Clown Slipknot Mask
  • Joey Slipknot Mask
  • Sid Slipknot Mask
  • Slipknot Masks
  • Chris Slipknot Mask
$25 - $65
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This Halloween, dress like you grew up in Iowa. The many men of Slipknot have many faces, most of them incredibly disturbing and fitting for a night of scaring the ever-loving sweet Jesus out of kiddos and seniors and maybe everyone you pass who doesn't have a severe vision impairment. James, Paul, Joey, Mick, master sampler 133, the latex freak show versions of them all are up for grabs on Amazon.

As much as I hate F'd up looking clowns, I think I would be most terrified of this sadistic-looking Pinocchio bondage morsel. The Chris.

Slipknot masks should be stored away from the sun. Because spawns of the devil abhor light.

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People who think babies are angelic and precious, I see your Gerber models, and raise you these three baby head masks. No, make that these three enormous, bulbous, horrifying, spawn-of-Chucky baby head masks. Landon Meier...

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Fear Mongering: The 10 Scariest Halloween Masks

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ColdBlood Paintball Masks

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ColdBloodArt. Damn. If I did art, even it were no more than friendship bracelets and construction paper airplanes, that's definitely what I would call it. Fortunately for the Thailand-based company that actually assumed...

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Rorschach Ink Blot Masks

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Would you like to cause your friend to take a great big turd in his shorts? These Rorschach masks, if I'm to believe what I'm seeing on the video, are built specifically to do just that. Made famous by Jackie Earle Haley...

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No Face Mask

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Sweeeeeet! I was wondering how I could pull off being a spoon for Halloween. Like mirrored sunglasses, the No Face Mask's outer film has a chrome effect that renders your mug invisible to onlookers, but keeps theirs in...

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Meindl Retractable Spike Boots

Discontinued

They're like Wolverine claws for the bottom of your feet. These Meindl retractable spike boots stick it to ice and snow with their patented, perfect traction Tec Vision spike system. When wearers flip out the boots' heel...

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DIY Cardboard Masks

$7.41 from Etsy »

If you've left costume planning for your Halloween, or Eyes Wide Shut, party to the 11th hour, Steve Wintercroft may have a downloadable solution for you. I say "may" because his nifty animal, skull, and humanoid masks...

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Caltrops Tashibishi Spiked Stoppers

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Now this doesn't look like a very nice thing to do to someone. But I guess if s/he cheats, steals your wo/man, gets you fired, or breaks your favorite Star Wars collectible, one method of revenge is to Caltrops Tashibishi...

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Spandex Black Cat Burglar Costume

Discontinued

What's better than an inked Felicia Hardy prancing around, getting limber on your pages of The Amazing Spider-Man as the Black Cat? A real live girl (or boy--we aim to please all orientations) prancing around, getting...

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They Live Alien Donald Trump Mask

Remember John Carpenter's They Live? If you weren't into aliens and kitschy (yet poignant!) social commentary in 1988, the film suggests that America's "rulers"--the rich, the powerful, the elite, the CEOs and politicians--are...