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Rosemary Zombie Girl Animated Prop

Shes alive! The Rosemary Zombie Girl animated prop is a member of the undead who needs fresh meat - watch in horror as she eats brains while emitting horrible noises. Her head and hands move as she dines and her eyes light-up for a totally awesome display of spooky and frightful fun. Place her…
Average Rating
 
4.4
(34 Reviews)

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By Micah

from Minnesota

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Simply Amazing!!

 
5.0

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Very cool animation
  • Scary
  • Unique
  • Durable

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Outdoors in covered area
  • Anywhere in your Home

Comments:

As soon as I seen Rosemary Zombie Girl for 2011 I knew she was something special. Rosemary is a beautiful and spooky prop. What I love best is all the details, from the way she is dressed to her long and detailed animated sounds and movement, she is amazing!! Some other props sometimes are just to quick and don't have the build up of suspence that Rosemary gives. She moves and tries to enjoy a nice meal of brain food and wants to be left alone. Next her eyes light up and she pauses as she sees someone intruder looking at her, she gets mad and lunges forward towards the intruder. She then turns her head looking around and has the perfect subtle laugh and mouth movement that is perfectly spooky and amazing as she goes back to her meal. Some advice in taking care of Rosemary and other props. DO: take your time and set her up making sure everything is done right and handle her with love and care. DO NOT: Try and grab or tough her or other props when they are moving. Move props break when a person tries to hold or get in the way of the moving parts. Doing that will put great strain on the prop and cause prop to not work well or even break. These props are meant to be used in a responsible way so common sense should be used. If you do these couple of things then Rosemary and other props will last many years of enjoyment. Final thought and rating: Rosemary Zombie Girl is a must own prop if you like zombies and want a truly unique prop with sounds and movement. Rosemary gets a 5/5 stars from me. BUY her before she sells out.


By Rusciano9

from South Salem, NY

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Amazing Prop

 
5.0

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Durable
  • Bright
  • Unique
  • Scary
  • Lurching Action

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Outdoors

Comments:

This Prop is amazing. It is easy to set up and very scary. The way it eats the brain and with the moving mouth it is terrifying. Then when it lurches you NEVER expect it. I can't Waite to use this prop for 2011. It is an amazing prop!


By cesar

from [@] lantana tx

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

scary

 
5.0

Pros

  • Attractive Design

Cons

  • Delicate

Best Uses

  • Outdoors

Comments:

this is creepy, this is the best prop ever! my friends were freaked out, i say this is the best im gonna get demonica next i heard they up graded her this year.


By Joe "I actually survived" P.

from Norwalk, CA

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(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

Deceivingly Awesome!

 
4.0

Pros

  • Unique
  • Attractive Design

Cons

  • Finicky electronics

Best Uses

  • Outdoors
  • Living Room
  • Kitchen
  • Office

Comments:

Probably one of the most unique animatronics I've seen in retail shops. The initial animation makes it look like a simple sound/animation prop but the actual scare at the end made it awesome. It caught everyone at the store including me off guard! I immediately purchased it and can't wait to have it for our party. The brain eating animation sequence is wicked and it actually looks like she's eating the brain as it giggles in her hands. Great prop! One problem I found is that you might have to cycle the animation sequence a few times after you plug her in. Sometimes the head doesn't turn correctly and sometimes does not tilt down to show the eating animation sequence. After a cycle or two it tends to work fine. Had to switch her off and on once or twice to get it to work properly too. The sound activation isn't too sensitive so keep that in mind for your set up. I'd recommend a mat trigger.


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