Frightmare 2005 Horror Movie Review
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The costume is very sheer so anything worn under it will show through and distract from the the original design. The plastic chain is NOT attached, nor are there any hooks on the neck or sleeve to attach it. So one must design a way to attach it. Since the material is a nylon type which will run, pull, and tear, I’m not sure what to use, as a safety pin is too small. Sew it on maybe. The mask was bent in shipping so I have had it inside-out to try to remove the distorted crease. It also barely goes around the face. Other than that, it appears somewhat like it is displayed. It’s O.K. for a bar party, and shouldn’t be overly hot as some I’ve worn in the past. If all else fails, it could be used as a sheer nightgown. ;o}
About Frightmare (2005)
Ferdy Mayne, Luca Bercovici, Nita Talbot, Leon Askin, Jennifer Starrett,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
90 minutesDirector: Norman Thaddeus Vane,
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