Millions of children, for whatever reason, all wanted one of three Silver Shamrock masks one year. So on Halloween night, they went about trick-or-treating, unaware that the badge adhered to their costume hid an ancient and deadly secret. Only one man could save the children … but did he?
Halloween III: Season of the Witch ended on a cliffhanger. Odds are the film’s hero failed because it would have been impossible to pull down all of the Silver Shamrock “magic pumpkin” TV spots across the US. All those kids met horrible fates. Although we only saw one youngster’s demise during the film, we never got to see what the other two masks would look like when activated.
Trick Or Treat Studios is giving us a little insight into the gruesome demise that may have occurred to those vast number of skeleton, pumpkin, and witch costume fans. The company plans to release a set of three figures in a 1:6 scale this May. Each costumed figure will come with an alternate “activated” head complete with whatever foulness Cochran had in store for the youth of America.
The action figures come with soft goods costumes and over 30 points of articulation.
Here’s what you’re getting in the box:
- Witch Trick or Treater Figure in screen-accurate clothing.
- Skeleton Trick or Treater Figure in screen-accurate clothing.
- Pumpkin Trick or Treater Figure in screen-accurate clothing.
- 3 Additional Melting Mask heads (1 for each figure)
- Additional Hands 4 per figure.
We last covered this studio’s offerings when the Killer Klowns From Outer Space figures were announced.
Do you think Dr. Challis managed to save at least a few kids on the night no one came home? Let us know down below![Source: Trick Or Treat Studios]
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