BEHIND THE SCREAMS

Our process takes time and practice but when the proper talent and technique is used the effects can be horrific!

We recommend starting off the look with a good pair of special contact lenses, they’ll really help to bring you character to life. They come in all colours and styles so choosing one that suits your monster is important. For shock factor the most effective for horror we find are Whiteout or White Zombie styles, available from your local chemist or in our store.

For the right skin tone the colour pallets we’ll use are a combination of Ben Nye Makeup Wheels and Mehron Stage Blood. These trusted brands are industry standard in SFX Makeup and you’ll get great results with time and practice.

When it comes to Halloween, we like to pull out all the stops, which often means cracking into a bottle of liquid latex and using a variety of prosthetics.

We highly recommend looking at our youtube channel for more advanced techniques and some really cool unique characters.

If you’re interested in our freaks or want more facts, get in touch with us a [email protected]

Meet the scarers!

Monster Manager Si

Monster Manager Si

Favourite horror movie?
Paranormal Activity

Favorite terrifying creature to play?
I love CLOWNING AROUND! Bahahah!

If you were taxidermied, what piece of household furniture would you be and why?
Use my skin as leather for my motorbike

What do you do when you are not terrifying the people of Queenstown?
Venture into the hills on my bikes and look after my undead bride and our wonderful zombie baby!

Ring Master Josh

Ring Master Josh

Favourite horror movie?
As Above, So Below

Favourite terrifying creature to play?
A raging zombie. Think … blood, insanity and cannibalism

If you were taxidermied, what piece of household furniture would you be and why?
Cast my full body as a taxiermy piece so I can tour with the travelling circus

What do you do when you are not terrifying the people of Queenstown?
I love board games, so long as I’m rolling 20’s I’m happy

Crazy Cerys

Crazy Cerys

Favourite horror movie?
SCREAM. I just love a good slasher!

Favourite terrifying creature to play?
A banshee. There is nothing more satisfying than shrieking at full volume.

If you were taxidermied, what piece of household furniture would you be and why?
I would be one of those really elaborate floor lamps that stand in the corner but never have a working light bulb.

What do you do when you are not terrifying the people of Queenstown?
I love to travel. Send me around the World visiting all the best Haunted Houses this crazy globe has to offer

Cannibal Connor

Cannibal Connor

Favourite horror movie?
The Thing – John Carpenter

Favourite terrifying creature to play?
A shadow in the darkness

If you were taxidermied, what piece of household furniture would you be and why?
A leather bound coffee table so any spills will inderectly end up back in my body. Give me that CAFFEINE!

What do you do when you are not terrifying the people of Queenstown?
I watch horror films, tv shows and play videogames like your typical nerd

Nasty Neeve

Nasty Neeve

Favourite horror movie?
Hellraiser

Favourite terrifying creature to play?
A Bloody Corpse

If you were taxidermied, what piece of household furniture would you be and why?
A human skin cushion, so I can support people long after I’ve passed on.

What do you do when you are not terrifying the people of Queenstown?
Sleep, watch too many tv shows, play games.

Angry Andy

Angry Andy

Favourite horror movie:
Psycho – Alfred Hitchcock – 1960

Favourite terrifying creature to play?
An ogre roaring at customers!

If you were taxidermied, what piece of household furniture would you be and why?
A classy armchair. You can even use my arms.

What do you do when you are not terrifying the people of Queenstown?
I walk my two hell hounds regualry around Lake Hayes and join my freaky family on evil adventures.

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