Anomaly Effects, a special make-up effects lab based in Western New York is releasing a “Limited Edition Debbie Rochon Floating Tub Face Replica” from Gregory Lamberson’s film Slime City Massacre. Only 1,000 units will be produced.
The replica is cast from the actual mold used for the film, sculpted by R.J. Sevin. Each unit is cast by Andrew Lavin, hand painted by Arick Szymecki, and comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by Debbie Rochon (official website here).
In Slime City Massacre (review here) Rochon portrays Alice, a recovering drug addict who’s carved out a survivalist existence for herself in the post-apocalyptic ruins of Slime City. When Alice imbibes “Zachary Devon’s Home Brewed Elixir” and consumes some “Himalayan Yogurt,” she melts into a pool of orange slime and inhabits an old bathtub, her disembodied face rising from the goo to communicate with her lover, Mason (portrayed by Lee Perkins). The Debbie Rochon Floating Tub Face Replica was used in these startling scenes.
“I am thrilled to share my face with all the Slime Heads out there!” says Rochon. “It’s an honor to be involved with Slime City Massacre the movie, and now to be able to sell my Slime likeness from one of the film’s finest moments is a dream come true!”
“I love RJ’s sculpture,” says Lamberson. “The melted slime along the edges of Debbie’s face is very reminiscent of some of the creatures in From Beyond. Anomaly Effects has created a very beautiful, reasonably priced product for collectors, Debbie’s fans, and Slime City fans.”
Each replica is hand painted (so may have a slightly different scheme than the sample shown below) and only costs $60 (plus shipping and handling). Anomaly plans to ship the first batch of faces in October (click here for ordering info), just in time for Halloween.
For an idea of what Lamberson might be cooking up for Halloween 2011, visit the official Slime Guy website.
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