Get Your Very Own Michael Myers Mask
A replica mask based on the new look from this year's Halloween is now available for pre-order.
By Chris Morse
This year is a great year to start thinking about Halloween early. No, not just the film franchise, but also the holiday and what might be a very popular mask this October. Trick or Treat Studios has opened up pre-orders for their replica Michael Myers mask based on the killer's new appearance from the upcoming sequel/reboot of Halloween, which will hit theaters on October 19th, 2018.
Pre-ordering the officially-licensed mask, which the studio will not be releasing pictures of until July 23rd, will cost you $59.99 with a shipping date in September or October, before Halloween and just in time for the new Halloween film. These masks are produced to order, so the pre-order will be your best chance to get your hands on one. From the studio's product page:
Trick or Treat Studios is proud to present the Officially Licensed Halloween 2018 Michael Myers Mask from the upcoming film Halloween 2018 opening October 19th 2018!
This mask comes directly from the movie master and is an exact replica of the mask worn by Michael Myers in Halloween 2018.
If this kind of product is up your alley, head on over to Trick or Treat Studios and get your mask reserved. Will you be donning the frightening appearance Michael Myers this Halloween? Let us know.
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