Bram Stoker's Dracula Mask
- Full-Head Mask
- Bram Stoker's Dracula Mask
- Molded latex mask covers entire head & neck
- Slit at back for access
- Slits in character eye sockets allow limited vision
- Synthetic white hair on top & back
- Officially licensed
I Never Drink. . . Wine
Say what you will about his beverages of choice, Count Dracula has a flair for hospitality. When Jonathan Harket came to visit he had him seated before dinner in minutes. And though good ol' Drac didn't join him in his meal due to his dietary differences, he did regale Jonathan with stories of his of his past. The old man even went so far as to entertain him with some impressive sword work right in front of Johnny's nose. Pretty exciting entertainment when you're simply visiting an old man for legal reasons.
The Count's smile in this mask is truly unnerving, like any good host's smile should be. The molded latex offers plenty of wrinkles and blue vein detailing that is disturbingly lifelike. And let's not skimp over the bright white hair that made such an impression in the nineties version of Brahm's Dracula. The full-faced mask has a slit up the back to make putting on the mask simple.
A gentleman in a fashion
So, yes, Dracula goes on to hunt down Jonathan's fiance and slowly drink her best friend dry and that's not very polite. But maybe we can overlook those details and focus on the way this guy rocks a cape! The red silky material was ten feet long and yet he never got it caught in a door or drug it through a puddle. We'd say we need more old men like Drac out there!