Spotlight: ‘Scream Queens’ Red Devil Mask

Jamie Lee Curtis returned to horror in last year’s hit FOX series Scream Queens, in which the former sister of Michael Myers and real life daughter of Psycho icon Janet Leigh was perfectly cast as the ice cold and often hilarious Dean Cathy Munsch, especially when she went up against the show’s Red Devil killer in one of the best episodes from Season 1.

With Scream Queens set to return for Season 2 in September, we figured you may want to get your hands on your own Red Devil mask, complete with his signature black horns and goatee, so you too can plague the Kappa Kappa Tau sorority mean girls known as the Chanels.

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The officially licensed Scream Queens deluxe overhead latex Red Devil mask by Rubie’s is now available, and you can order yours for $36.99 online from Trendy Halloween here.

Scream Queens Deluxe Devil Latex Mask – $36.99

from: Trendy Halloween

Trendy Halloween also has a more price-friendly vacuform version, measuring 8″ wide and 13″ long, for $11.99 available for purchase online here.

Scream Queens Devil Vacuform Mask – $11.99

from: Trendy Halloween

Who will be the killer(s) on Scream Queens Season 2? Will they still use the Devil mask, or will we get a new look this year?

Scream Queens Season 2 premieres on FOX on Tuesday, Sept. 20.

Check out the Red Devil in Entertainment Weekly’s 2015 photo shoot with Scream Queens stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma Roberts in the gallery below!

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Matt Artz

Founded Halloween Daily News in 2012 and the Halloween International Film Festival in 2016. Professional writer/journalist/photographer since 2000.