What would Leatherface’s teenage angst be like? Well, you might find out.
The movie quality masks are made of a durable skin-like silicone, and are completely hand-painted. Several different faces are available and details can be customized, including coloring and bloodwork.
Thin, highly detailed and feeling very much like real human skin, the masks sell for as low as $166, and they can even be customized for a higher price, to look like yourself or anyone you want them to look like.
French artist Patrick Massobrio is doing his own part to keep the VHS format alive and kicking.
NY-based artist Wes Niven created this set of fun 'Psycho Valentine Cards,' enlisting the help of his favorite horror icons to express his undying love.
Nearly every other incarnation of Leatherface has been immortalized in collectibles and action figures, and Chainsaw 3D Leatherface gets the same treatment this year.
In one of her unique mash-up paintings, Leatherface stalks a young child, and in another, Jason chills in the woods with a racoon.
On this first Thursday of 2014, we head back in time to 1986, to hang out with Leatherface, Chop Top and the gang on the set of the original Chainsaw sequel!
The concept of the proposed film is that it's a prequel to the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre, showing how the character of Grandpa Saywer helped turn Leatherface into the chainsaw-wielding monster we all know him to be.
Strap on your DIY thinking cap and try these horror movie-themed kids' costume ideas on for size!