Ghost Face – Scream - Living Dead Dolls is the fictional identity adopted by several antagonists of the Scream series. Regardless of who’s behind the mask in the Scream movies, American actor Roger L. Jackson is the voice over the phone. Ghost Face first appeared in Scream in 1996 as a disguise used by teenagers Billy Loomis (Skeet Ulrich) and Stu Macher (Matthew Lillard) while they were on a killing spree. The mask was inspired by the famous Edvard Munch painting and was discovered by Wes Craven and his producing partner of many years, Marianne Maddalena. This Living Dead Doll is outfitted in his signature black hooded robe and comes complete with a hunting knife that’s fits neatly in his right hand.
This Ghost Face Living Dead Dolls stands at 10” tall and features five points of articulation. He is packaged in a die-cut collectors window box.