11 Bubble Head Nurse Cosplays

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I recently watched the Silent Hill movie and the Bubble Head Nurses continue to freak me out. Their jerky, spastic movements in the movie and video game are just plain eerie and the costume design is insane. I have nightmares every time I do an article on these ladies and I just can’t stop! Meet […]

12 Pyramid Head Cosplays

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Horrifying and eerie, today’s character is Pyramid Head from Silent Hill. This towering figure represents remorse and will haunt a con floor like no other. Meet 12 of my favorites below and make sure you check out their links. Several of these amazing cosplayers post tutorials and progress photos to inspire you to make your […]

11 Bubble Head Nurse Cosplays

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One of the most eerie characters in the Silent Hill 2 video game is the Bubble Head Nurse. The spastic movement of one is scary enough, but if you get a group of them coming after you it’s the stuff of nightmares. Armed with a steel pipe these melee fighters make one heck of a […]

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