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Halloween II Michael Myers Mask Trick or Treat Studos

£61.99

He isn’t dead yet! Even though Loomis shot him six times, The Shape has managed to track Laurie Strode to the nearby hospital in Haddonfield. Relive the slasher classic with this awesome Halloween II Michael Myers Mask from Trick or Treat Studios.

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He isn’t dead yet! Even though Loomis shot him six times, The Shape has managed to track Laurie Strode to the nearby hospital in Haddonfield. Relive the slasher classic with this awesome Halloween II Michael Myers Mask from Trick or Treat Studios.

Sculpted by Justin Mabry
Trick or Treat Studios and Universal Studios are proud to present the Official Halloween II Michael Myers Mask!
This mask is an identical replica of the mask worn by one of the most famous movie serial killers of all time, in Universal’s Halloween II, a spine-tingling dark ride into the scariest night of the year.
The Official Halloween II mask was sculpted by our Art Director, Justin Mabry, and was based on numerous screenshots from Halloween II to make it the most screen-accurate mask ever released.

Halloween II is a 1981 American slasher film directed by Rick Rosenthal in his directorial debut, written and produced by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, and starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Pleasence who reprise their respective roles as Laurie Strode and Dr. Sam Loomis. It is the second installment in the Halloween film series and serves as a direct sequel to Halloween (1978). The plot picks up directly after the first film, with Michael Myers following survivor Laurie Strode to the local hospital, while his psychiatrist Dr. Loomis continues his pursuit of him.

Though Carpenter and Hill co-wrote the screenplay to the sequel, Carpenter was reluctant to extend his involvement and refused to direct, instead appointing the direction to Rosenthal. Stylistically, Halloween II reproduces certain key elements that made the original Halloween a success, such as first-person camera perspectives, and the film picks up right at the end of the cliffhanger ending of the original film and was intended to finish the story of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode. It also introduces the plot twist of Laurie Strode being the sister of Michael Myers, a feature that would form the narrative arc of the series in subsequent films, including Rob Zombie’s remake and its sequel, but was dropped from the 2018 film trilogy. Filming took place in the spring of 1981, primarily at Morningside Hospital in Los Angeles, California, on a budget of $2.5 million.

Halloween II was distributed by Universal Pictures, and premiered in the United States on October 30, 1981. The film was a box office success, grossing over $25 million domestically, though it received mixed reviews, with praise for its performances and atmosphere, but drew significant attention from film critics who criticized its overt violence and gore compared to the original film. Originally, Halloween II was intended to be the last chapter of the Halloween series to revolve around Michael Myers and the town of Haddonfield,[4] but after the lackluster reaction to Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982), Michael Myers was brought back six years later in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988).

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