First New 2021 Halloween Animatronics Previewed
North Carolina-based Morris Costumes has begun unveiling their lineup of new Halloween animatronics that will be released in 2021, with a number of brief teaser videos posted on their YouTube channel in recent days giving us a good taste of what’s coming our way this year.
You can watch the preview videos that have been released so far, including two non-animatronic static decorations, below.
The Hooded Phantom stands approximately 58 inches tall and features an injection frame with wire arms that can extend out to approximately 21 inches, tattered fabric robe, blow molded face, with fog hose and nozzle included. The fog flows out from the body and hands once attached to any fog machines.
The life-size Cellar Dweller creature towers over everyone, with glowing green eyes, body movements, and three different sayings, which you can hear in the video below.
The Cotton Candice animatronic features a poor little girl who gets all wrapped up in a sweet treat. All Candice wanted was some more cotton candy, and now she’s having the time of her life as she twirls about spinning and screaming while the sound of distant carnival music plays in the background.
The new Little Top Clown looks to be standing about three feet tall, featuring moving hands and mouth, glowing yellow eyes, and four different sayings, which you can hear in the video below.
The Twitching Scarecrow also stands at approximately three feet tall, with moving arms and jack-o-lantern mouth, glowing yellow eyes, and five different sayings, which you can hear in the video below.
The Vintage Doll also stands around three feet tall, featuring moving arms and mouth, and glowing eyes, with the sound of clicking gears echoing in her small hollow body while she speaks three different sayings, which you can hear in the video below.
The Fortune Teller Witch also stands at 36 inches tall, featuring moving arms, head, and mouth, with a glowing crystal ball and glowing yellow eyes, and she speaks three different sayings, which you can hear in the video below.
The Electric Chair animatronic is a handcrafted display featuring an unfortunate man being electrocuted to death, screaming in pain as his body is jolted from the charges, and smoke and flames emerge once the start lever is pulled down.
Dragon Legends is actually not an animatronic but a static prop featuring a hand-painted dragon head that can be mounted on the wall, featuring light up eyes and blowing fiery smoke from his mouth that changes color. Made by Distortions Unlimited, this hanging prop will be available in six different colors to choose from, including black, blue, green, orange, red, and white.
And finally, just revealed today (1/28/21), the new Medusa static hanging prop is a colorful recreation of the classic mythological villain, featuring green snakey hair and scaly arms and hands.
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