Who said dolls had to be all happy and cute? Ed Long and Damien Glonek has something different in mind … have you seen the creepy Living Dead Dolls? These dolls are a line of horror dolls designed by Ed Long and Damien Glonek and manufacture red by Mezco Toyz – they have been doing this since 2000 and routinely release new series. Today, I am here to point you towards some of the creepiest Living Dead Dolls of Past Years …
Have you watched “The Conjuring?” It’s a pretty creepy movie, I must say. This is the movie that introduced the scary doll called Annabelle. While she was only a supporting character, she took our imaginations by storm and returned to the big screen in the star of her very own movies titled “Annabelle.” In this film, you learned about the origin of the doll and see exactly what she is made of. Now, thanks to the Living Dead Dolls collection, you can have your very own Annabelle doll. This doll stands ten inches tall and features five points of articulation – she is wearing the accurate clothing and features the same hairstyle that you saw in the film.
Speaking in dolls from movies, we cannot forget about this possessed doll … Chucky! Some people would only dare to have this doll in their home, so this isn’t really for the weak hearted! This doll stands 10 inches tall and has the same clothing he wears in the movie. How do you feel about having a Chucky doll in your home? Don’t worry, he comes in a collector-friendly box, so you can choose to unleash him or let him stay for viewing.
In German folklore, Krampus is an anthropomorphic, horned figure who punishes children during Christmas time – he goes to the children who have misbehaves, unlike Saint Nicholas, who brings the well-behaved children gifts. I just had to add this Krampus Living Dead Doll set, because I like both the white and the black ones.
Here’s one of the most popular characters of American folklore – The Headless Horseman. After he lost his head during the Revolutionary war, he rides through the night looking for his head. Since he doesn’t find it, he settles for a pumpkin, but continues the search for his missing head. This is the first Living Dead Doll that allows you to remove the head, so you can display him with his pumpkin head on or off. When you take it off, you’ll see his stump of a neck. He stands 10 inches toll and comes complete with the clothing.
Here’s Nohell and she’s dressed for the Christmas season! She’s wearing a festive red and white dress and her boots contain real bells – her hat is removable. She stands 10 inches tall.