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Horror film 'ice screams' to be available soon

2012-08-30 07:31:58 GMT2012-08-30 15:31:58(Beijing Time)  SINA.com

The series of ice lollies have been modelled on infamous horror movie characters from the 1980s including Freddy Krueger, Chucky and the alien from Predator.

Each 'ice scream' comes in a different flavour such as character Jason Voorhees wearing the recognisable hockey mask from the Friday the 13th slasher series is available in cheese cake flavour.

Ambient advertising and design firm Stoyn created the ice lollies, consulting a sculptor to produce the sweet treats including the alien from Predator.

Ambient advertising and design firm Stoyn created the ice lollies, consulting a sculptor to produce the sweet treats including the alien from Hellraiser.

Horror movies often inspire nightmares and trepidation but some of Hollywood’s most chilling characters have now inspired a line of 'ice screams'.

Becoming terror on a stick, these ice lollies have been made in the shape of famously terrifying 1980s horror movie characters including Freddy Krueger and Chucky.

Each character is a different flavour, creating tasty but disgusting-look treats for hard-core horror fans with a sweet tooth.

The instantly recognisable hockey mask worn by psychopath Jason Voorhees from the Friday the 13th slasher series is available in cheese cake while Kruegar, frozen mid-blood curdling scream, from A Nightmare On Elm Street comes in tomato red pepper flavour.

Pinhead from Hellraiser, in mint blue curaco flavour, proves to be a spiky challenge for licking thanks to the notorious nails which the horror character is well-known for.

Sucking on the evil features of Chucky from Child's Play tastes seems much sweeter in apple carrot puree flavour than the doll that comes alive after the voodoo ritual of a murdered man.

While the ice lollies are still in development stage, it is hoped they will be available soon.

The ice lollies were created by Russian design and ambient advertising firm Stoyn, based in Lobnya near Moscow.

Designer and art director Victoria Mamikonova said: "The main inspiration for us is in experimenting. We consulted a lot with a sculptor, but we started by imagining what we wanted the ice pops to be then thought about how to produce them."

(Agencies)

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