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Special Effects Facehugger
Movie: Alien vs. Predator (2004)
Category: Movie Prop

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A Facehugger from Paul W.S. Anderson's sci-fi action film AVP: Alien vs. Predator. Special effects versions were used for scenes in which human hosts were shown sedated and breathing, with the vile creature latched onto their faces. Created by the artists at Amalgamated Dynamics Incorporated, the creature is made of foam latex hand-painted in green, brown and pink tones.

The legs feature metal armatures running through to wrap around the unfortunate host's head, capped with plastic claws. Sections of the gruesome 'mouth' of the creature are removed to make space for the wearer's face. Air sacs are built into the creature, attached to an air pipe, allowing an off-screen operator to create a breathing effect. The foam latex shows signs of aging, including brittle sections around the leg joints and minor tears along the body, legs and tail. The piece is displayed on a custom-made head display.

COA: Propstore of London

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