There are many creepy characters out there. Many of them are unrecognizable because of the heavy makeup, masks, or SFX on them. So the owner of Fxattics Studios, Angela Norris from Brooklyn, decided to show the actors that played these famous masked roles.

Angela edited the actors next to the creepy characters so they would stand side by side. That way it's simple to see how much work and effort went into making these celebrities look completely different. Angela told Bored Panda: "I am the owner of Fxattics Studios, where I make props and Halloween masks, so I'm always trying to create works of art to increase my likes and views on the page. I had the idea to do the montage with the clown Twisty as many people don't know that he is John Carroll Lynch from the show Drew Carey. My followers liked the idea and I kept doing it."

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Lord Of Darkness, Pennywise And Frank N. Furter By Tim Curry From "Legend," "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" And "It"

Lord Of Darkness, Pennywise And Frank N. Furter By Tim Curry From "Legend," "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" And "It"

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Turnip and a Frog
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1 month ago

I also loved his Cardinal Richelieu from The Three Musketeers. He showed me that red capes are also worn by bad guys.

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Angela told us what inspired her to do this project: "I am a huge John Carroll Lynch fan and he portrays Twisty the clown of American Horror Story. So many people did not know that that was him. So, I decided to make a bunch of art pieces of horror Icons and the actors who portray them. A behind the mask and makeup, if you will."

#2

Beetlejuice And Michael Keaton From "Beetlejuice"

Beetlejuice And Michael Keaton From "Beetlejuice"

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Chilla
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1 month ago

wait what? michael keaton i beetlejuice?

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Freddy Krueger And Robert Englund From "A Nightmare On Elm Street"

Freddy Krueger And Robert Englund From "A Nightmare On Elm Street"

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MAX THOMPSON
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1 month ago

This one is creepy, it looks like he is about to bite his shoulder.

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She also shared what the goal of this project is: "The goal was to generate some followers for my business page. I try to make things that I like and what interests me because I know so many people love horror out there as much as I do."

Angela created this project on her own and she chose the characters based on the most popular creepy characters in movies and TV shows. The project took her a couple of days.

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Pennywise And Bill Skarsgård From "It"

Pennywise And Bill Skarsgård From "It"

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Terilee Bruyere
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1 month ago

Fun fact: The lazy eye in Pennywise was not done post production, Bill had a lazy eye as a child and trained himself to hold his eye correctly. All he had to do was let his muscles relax on that side to create the effect.

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Samara And Daveigh Chase From "The Ring"

Samara And Daveigh Chase From "The Ring"

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Susan Green
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1 month ago

Whoa! I did not expect this.

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The artist tells us more about herself: "I was born in Salem, Massachusetts, so you could say horror is in my blood. I have been in love with horror and monsters since I was 4 years old, at which time I accidentally watched A Nightmare on Elm Street with my brother Ken. My husband Alan and I run Fxattics Studios. I run the artistic side and he runs the business and marketing. I got the better end of the deal, if I do say so myself.

We have two children, Abigail, who is 10, and Adam, who is 14. They are often used as models and in our promotional videos. The apple didn't fall far, that's for sure. All the magic happens in Brooklyn, Michigan, which is where Fxattics Studios is located."

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Twisty The Clown And John Carroll Lynch From "American Horror Story"

Twisty The Clown And John Carroll Lynch From "American Horror Story"

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Alex the awful German
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1 month ago

John Carroll Lynch is such a great actor!

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#7

Predator And Big Foot By, Kevin Peter Hall From "The Predator" And "Harry And The Hendersons"

Predator And Big Foot By, Kevin Peter Hall From "The Predator" And "Harry And The Hendersons"

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Chilla
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1 month ago

aaaaaw man ow i cant see harry the same way

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"Ever since I was a kid, I wanted to make monsters. Rick Baker, Tom Savini, and Ve Neil were my superheroes. The transformation scene in An American Werewolf in London—a thing of beauty. I was hooked. Sculpting and creating is a dream. I have sold masks to almost every continent. Hundreds worldwide. Each one handmade by us. Seeing the joy our masks have brought to people makes everything we do worth it. There's something about being the bump in the night on Halloween that fuels us."

#8

Chucky And Brad Dourif From "Child's Play"

Chucky And Brad Dourif From "Child's Play"

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bon bon (still purple boi)
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1 month ago

lol not so creepy anymore

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#9

Valak And Bonnie Aarons From "The Nun"

Valak And Bonnie Aarons From "The Nun"

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ProfessionalTimeWaster
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1 month ago

Has anyone seen the The Nun promo prank? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5bd29uys0o

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"What I love about horror is that it creates feelings much like being in love. The feeling of being scared and not knowing what's coming next is so stimulating. Obviously, on the fictional level. I fell in love with my husband while watching horror movies. He had not seen many when we met. Still brings us together now.  We scare each other all the time. Even the kids will hide for minutes on end for the perfect scare.

At the end of the day, we teach and preach that real monsters do not wear masks. We love what we do and know that the horror genre isn't for everyone. For those like us who love it, we try to create content that stimulates, gets that blood pumping."

#10

Leprechaun And Warwick Davis From "Leprechaun"

Leprechaun And Warwick Davis From "Leprechaun"

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1 month ago

omgggggggg

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#11

Pinhead And Doug Bradley From "Hellraiser"

Pinhead And Doug Bradley From "Hellraiser"

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Alex the awful German
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1 month ago

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I never got the point why that movie became so "famous"...

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"That's what it's all about. My mom and dad told me I could be anything I wanted when I grew up, even when I told them I wanted to make scary monsters and masks. I am proof that you can make dreams come true if you are willing to do the hard work to get there. We scare because we care."

What do you think of these edits? did any of these surprise you? Tell us in the comments down below and don't forget to show some love to Angela on her social media!

#12

Michael Myers And Tony Moran From "Halloween"

Michael Myers And Tony Moran From "Halloween"

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Vanta Black
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1 month ago

He looks nothing like William Shatner! What the hell?

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Leatherface And Gunnar Hansen From "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre"

Leatherface And Gunnar Hansen From "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre"

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Heather Atwood
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1 month ago

My husband partied at that house near Austin TX I believe

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Creeper And Jonathan Breck From "Jeepers Creepers"

Creeper And Jonathan Breck From "Jeepers Creepers"

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1 month ago

omg i love all 3 of these

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#15

Jason Voorhees And Kane Hodder From "Friday The 13th"

Jason Voorhees And Kane Hodder From "Friday The 13th"

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Brandon Collinsworth
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1 month ago

Pretty sure that is Kane Hodder

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#16

Captain Spaulding And Sid Haig From "House Of 1000 Corpses"

Captain Spaulding And Sid Haig From "House Of 1000 Corpses"

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AzKhaleesi
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1 month ago

RIP creepy dude

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#17

San And Quinn Lord From "Trick 'R Treat"

San And Quinn Lord From "Trick 'R Treat"

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1 month ago

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#18

Clown And David Howard Thornton From The Film "Terrifier"

Clown And David Howard Thornton From The Film "Terrifier"

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Susan Green
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1 month ago

I thought this movie was creepy, not scary, but just creepy. Seeing the guy who played the clown, takes the creepy factor away.

Tam-Tam
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1 month ago

Totally agree!

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Laura Craig
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1 month ago

He was just increadible as Art. So weird and scary and intriguing all at once

Lucy Hill
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1 month ago

Ok that background image is upsetting

Ginny Weasley
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1 month ago

mhm,.....

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Slinkman
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1 month ago

I hate this movie, way to unsettling :p this clown is the main reason.

Jennifer Marshall
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1 month ago

Awesomely terrifying movie!

real._.izuku
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1 month ago

No worries just someone getting CUT IN HALF in the background. Totally not scary

Ginny Weasley
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1 month ago

aGh i hate that. if the whole movie is that, NOPE i am very sensitive to b l o o d

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Mingi Football
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1 month ago

Creepy! Loved it!

Richard Johnson
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1 month ago

My daughter and I love this movie. We mimic it all the time. Art the clown is hysterical and creepy

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