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"I just want to go home."
An alien creature suit from Johannes Roberts 2012 horror mystery film Storage 24.
In London, a military plane crashes leaving its highly classified contents strewn across the city. Completely unaware that the city is in lockdown, a group of people become trapped inside a storage facility with a highly unwelcome guest.
This style of alien costume would have been worn in the production by the creature performer Robert Freeman, when the non-animatronic close ups where needed. This suit is in a post-firework state after our trapped heroes attach firework rockets to a toy dog and send it off to meet the beast. This highly detailed and grotesque costume, inspired by the 1987 film Predator, is made of a heavy foam latex that has had yellowed thin latex 'bubbles' applied all over, and been painted a base grey with intentional distress and blood displayed, especially to the 'exploded' chest. Small horns adorn the 'outfit', even to the palms of the hands. Each hand features long claw-like nails which have a metal rod running through to keep their shape, again with some of the 'fingers' having received faux blood from when the alien being would have been attacked by its victims.
The costume features a zip at the back and there is yellow foam on the inside of the stomach to accentuate the belly. The neck features extra roll-up latex so as to completely hide the human underneath when the helmet-mask is attached. There are black Lycra parts added in places for the actors' comfort. The piece does show production wear with small rips in the legs and hands, which is to be expected from a costume that is heavily set worn and been 'attacked'- the left hand still displays the bite and lump taken out by David (Ned Dennehy). Completing this is the creature head. This full head appliance has a fibre glass constructed helmet internally which has had black soft foam applied, again for comfort.
The costume shows wear from production use including tears in the foam and overall degradation, it remains in an otherwise very good production-used condition.
Materials: Foam Latex, Plastic, Ferrous Metals.
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