Wednesday, October 1, 2008

The Bratz of Haddonfield

Back on Father's Day 2007, my step-daughter gave me an awesome present: the Neca Toy's Halloween: Evolution of Evil 2-pack, which features 2 figures of movie madman Michael Myers! One fig is of Mikey as a child, complete in his clown suit (the mask is removable!), while the other is the fully-grown "Shape". I was impressed with the level of detail on both of the figures, as well as the fact that they thought to include Judith Meyer's tombstone, as well as the jack-o-lantern from the opening credits (it lights up!).
My step-daughter has a hand-made, ultra-detailed doll house that a friend of the family built for her, and so we decided that it would be fun to take some pictures of my figures terrorizing her Bratz dolls! She hasn't seen any of the Halloween movies (she's only eleven), but she still had fun helping me re-create these scenes from the film. Personally, I thought they turned out pretty well, and they're great for a laugh. Yes, I know...I'm one sick puppy!








4 comments:

Guillaume said...

I love that movie, it's a great horror flick, maybe the only great slasher, which sadly had unworthy sequels (and I won't start on the remake). Nice set you got. Now you can not only recreate the Halloween movie, but make some fanfics scenes of your own.

Wendy the (Very) Good Witch said...

Ha...those are AWESOME Gill! #2 and #4 as you scroll down are my favs, but they are all great! Super creative job my friend. I totally admire your creative vision! :o)

The Gill-Man said...

Thanks y'all! I appreciate it!

Broom Hilda said...

Oh my goodness! I love your re-creation of the scariest movie ever...(to me!) The ones of Michael on the staircase and the one where he's peering over it are fantabulous!!!

^_^