"No Jim Carey Here"

Films: The Mask (1961)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area/Eldritch Location

Height/Weight: That of an average human face.

Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil

Summary: Masks can be really fun. All the creative designs that go into making them is worth looking at any time. Just make sure they aren't speaking to you or demanding sacrifices.

History: Passed from one curious individual to another, this mask of Meso-American origin has had its previous owners killed and/or missing. This is because it beckons to be worn, and transports its wearer to what might as well be Hell. For many, it's like peering into a completely different understanding of existence...

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After the authorities get the mask's recent victim before he can murder again for its secrets, it is put back in a museum, now attracting curiosity behind glass.

Powers/Abilities: The mask has a voice that goads its owner into wearing it, and it transports them into a sort of nightmare world. It also makes them give it the blood of sacrifices.

Weakness: Just don't wear it.

Scariness Factor: 2.5-Aside from looking like a generic party mask, this thing can be quelled as a threat by just throwing it in a dumpster or something. Then again, it looks painful to actually wear it.

Trivia: -In a move reminiscent of William Castle's acts, you had to see this film with special "Magic Mystic Masks" whenever the mask was put on. They were just fancy 3D glasses.

-This is quite literally the first ever Canadian horror film.

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We're also not responcible for invoking the Elder Gods.

At least they don't force you to put on the Stone Mask.

The Virtual Boy Movie! Not as eye-searing, though.
You know, one trailer down below had the decency to have this title instead.