Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Retro-a-go-go Supersizing Your Halloween

For a lot of us, fond memories of simple plastic masks with a bit of elastic send us into fits of geeking with just a glance. These masks weren't perfect, and to be honest, most likenesses attempted of non-cartoony characters became the stuff of nightmares, only lending to their appeal. I've got an Adams Family movie Uncle Fester mask that at once delights adults and makes small children cry. Now Retro-A-Go-Go look to tap into that love by taking this simple format and punching it up to a nearly 2 foot size, suitable for sending would-be home invaders running for the hills.

Straight from Retro-a-go-go:
Calling all monster fans! Get ready to shriek with pure joy! As you know, for too many years, there hasn't been enough cool Halloween décor created specifically for us monster lovers. Retro-a-go-go! Product Developer, artist Doug P'gosh, set out to change exactly that -- and he has in a big, big way!

Introducing the brand new & original Retro-a-go-go! product line called, Vac-tastic Plastic horror décor, exclusively yours from Retro-a-go-go!

Meet the first seven creeps in this new, Ghoulsville thrilling series. Each mask is thoughtfully inspired by our warm memories of costumes and playsuits of the 60's-70's. These masks and costumes were found at the local Five & Dime Stores. The plastic masks were our favorite part of those old vintage costumes.

Big Frankie- an homage to the Grand Daddy of vintage classic monsters and everybody's favorite freak. Hot red, bright purple and glowing green come together making Big Frankie a total scream!

Welcoming you to the darkest of all carnival rides is the colorful Fun House Devil! The freakiest sideshow is about to begin, get ready for a ride through hell, and strap yourself in! He cackles and cackles through his Devilish grin. Won't you invite him in?

It came from the 1970's! Shocking colors of magenta and yellow make this Electric Wolfman, the true classic of all Halloween costumes, not for the timid. His fur is bright; his fangs aren't white, are you ready to squeal with fright?

Vampyra's tears are blue, her skin a sickly shade of pale. If you listen closely, you can hear this original goth girl, wail. Is she crying because she's cursed with being a vampire or crying because she's so damn happy to be one!? You decide!

Look who's escaped the mad doctor's laboratory! It's Electric Death and his bones are jangling your way; he's heading towards your crypt and he'll stop at nothing until he is hanging on your wall.

Get ready! This Green Slime Skull has climbed out of the swamp and his infection is glowing green goo! His moldy bones have risen and he's coming for you. He's ready to give your crypt a radioactive glow!

It's a full moon tonight and the classic Bloody Werewolf is roaming the woods again. This furry nightmare has broken away from the pack. Can you hear him howling in the distance? He's saying your name!

We've blown our Vac-tastic Ghoulsville wall décor masks up to gigantic and monstrous proportions. Each fantastic mask towers just under 2 feet tall. Best part is, they're created in the same spirit and material used for the much-loved vintage kid's masks of yesteryear. Even the collector's edition box, with the clear top, is an homage to the original window boxes. Whether you get your freak on by adding them to your boring walls or keep them mint in box and proudly displayed, there is nothing else like them anywhere! The word unusual doesn't come close to their creeptastic awesomeness. Collect them all!

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