Video: Watch as the fine folks from Tested take one of my favourite things in the whole world and transform it into endless nightmare. The real-life Lego minifig mask is the work of special effects artist Frank Ippolito, who's apparently been wanting to do this for ages. He and Tested's Norman Chan then took to San Diego Comic-Con, annoying cosplayers and scaring small children. And if you think the face is creepy, wait until you see the hands. Oh god the hands.
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