Hammer Horror Countess Dracula, Van Helsing And Count Dracula Masterpiece Collection Busts

Source: Entertainment Earth

Hammer Horror Countess Dracula Masterpiece Collection Bust:

The voluptuous Countess Elizabeth Bathory!
Based on Ingrid Pitt's signature role in Countess Dracula.
Classic "Hammer Horror" films monsters brought to life!
Stunningly beautiful!

This beautifully detailed, 8-inch tall maxi bust lovingly recreates every curve of Polish movie siren Ingrid Pitt's signature role as the immortally voluptuous Countess Elizabeth Bathory from Hammer Films' 1971 epic Countess Dracula. Restored to eternal beauty by the blood of her slaughtered virgin handmaidens, every element of the Countess's chest-heaving evil splendor is captured in this astonishing 3/4-length sculpt!


Before he was Grand Moff Tarkin, this actor made his name in a much creepier place! Celebrating Peter Cushing's time in the "Hammer Horror" movies from the UK, Titan Merchandise has started work on this awesome Hammer Horror Van Helsing Masterpiece Collection Bust, coming to you later this year. The detail is amazing, the paint job is superb, and oh yes-- he fights the dead. Does it get any better than this? Probably not.

Hammer Horror Van Helsing Masterpiece Collection Bust:

Count Dracula's mortal enemy!
One of the original vampire hunters: Professor Abraham Van Helsing!
Extremely detailed bust features Hammer Films legend Peter Cushing.
Astonishing 3/4-length sculpt!

This amazingly detailed, 8-inch tall maxi bust painstakingly recreates Hammer Films legend Peter Cushing's driven, star-making performance as Count Dracula's fearless pursuer and mortal enemy, Professor Abraham Van Helsing. Every element of Van Helsing's sartorial vampire-hunting precision, from his fur-collared greatcoat to his candelabra-clenching gloves, is captured in this astonishing 3/4-length sculpt.

Hammer Horror Count Dracula Masterpiece Collection Bust:

Titan Merchandise are proud to debut the next item in our limited edition, high-quality Hammer Horror Masterpiece Collection! Fantasy and horror legend Christopher Lee became an international sensation starring as Count Dracula in seven increasingly-horrific vampire classics from Hammer Films. This amazingly-detailed 8-inch maxi-bust painstakingly recreates the savage power of Lee's unrivalled performance, capturing the screen's greatest Lord of the Undead in full pursuit of his prey. Every detail of Dracula's vampiric splendor - from signature ring to jet-black cloak - is captured in this exquisitely-sculpted, intricately-detailed polystone maxi-bust standing 8-inches tall.

Each bust will retail for $79.99 and will be released in November. They can be pre-ordered by following the links below:

Hammer Horror Countess Dracula Masterpiece Collection Bust
Hammer Horror Countess Dracula Masterpiece Collection Bust
Hammer Horror Count Dracula Masterpiece Collection Bust

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