MANDY - Red Miller Hyper-Realistic Mask & Bust


Now you can become Red Miller with this hyper-realistic mask. These masks are hand-crafted by FX artist Rubber Larry, known for creating ultra-realistic stunt masks for the studios’ stunt doubles. Each mask is individually hand made by Larry, starting with an uncanny sculpture of Nicolas Cage from countless photos and references from the film. Cast in the highest-grade latex rubber, these thick but soft and comfortable masks are inspected, trimmed, then are primed, painted, and sealed in silicone rubber for realism, durability, and longevity. A technique Larry developed while fabricating masks that would be put through production wear. Every mask gets the utmost attention to detail from the skin tone to the translucent blood, all the way down to the painstakingly hand laid, styled and trimmed hair. This mask looks like Red is right there with you.

When not in use, this mask doubles as a shockingly real display bust and it comes with it’s very own custom, solid resin sculpted base also created by Rubber Larry. The iconic Mandy logo and carvings of the Beast and chainsaw adorn the weathered heavy metal base.


Each numbered piece comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Producer Daniel Noah of SpectreVision and by Rubber Larry himself.  

In keeping with the realism of the eyes, holes for adequate vision are drilled in the pupils, however we do not recommend driving, operating machinery or chainsaws while wearing mask.

Mask Dimensions: Ear to Ear = 7-1/2”; Jowl to top of head = 15”; Nose to back of head = 10-1/2”
Base Dimensions: Base from bottom to top of the head = 17”; Size of base from left to right = 8-1/4”; Size of base from back to front = 4-1/4”
Size: This is a one size fit's most. It can fit person with hat sizes up to 7-1/2 XL. Soft foam inserts have been added for a snugger fit on smaller heads, these inserts can be removed.
Weight of mask: 1 lb
Material: Latex/Silicone
Care Instructions: Even though paint and sealer offer some UV protection, do not expose your mask to fluorescent light and sunlight if at all possible. We recommend subtle dramatic incandescent or LED lighting for display. Haired areas of the mask have been thoroughly brushed out and sprayed and gelled, however, some loose hairs can still be trapped in those areas and fall out periodically, this is normal.

Check out Adam Savage's TESTED video review here.


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