A sfx burned vampire cowl, arms and chest appliance from the production of the 2011 horror remake Fright Night. A string of recent deaths lead Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin) to believe that his new neighbor Jerry Dandrige (Colin Farrell) is a killer vampire. This set of appliances was made for the climatic ending by Colin Farrell's character Jerry as Charley, having outfitted himself in a flame-retardant suit, lights himself on fire in order to burn and disorient Jerry while Peter shoots a hole in the ceiling exposing sunlight which burns Jerry.
All four pieces are made out of foam latex and feature a fully painted and detailed exterior, which has been heavily distressed to appear as though they have been burned. The chest appliance is attached to a white wife beater (size L) making it easy for the actor to slip on and off. The forearm of both arm appliances is fabric backed latex, which connects seamlessly to the foam latex, four clawed hands. The entire lot displays heavy production distressing and wear, including areas of the cowls hair starting to become separated from the foam, areas of cracking in the foam and dried fake blood stains. The chest measures approximately 28" x 16" (71cm x 41cm), cowl 15" x 7" (38cm x 18cm) arms 26" x 5" (66cm x 13cm) and overall remains fair condition.
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