I visited their site 02/15/2019, and made a purchase. Overall, I have to say that the experience was terrible.
I am in awe of folks who create homages to movies, books, and other horrors even more obscure than ours. Whenever I have to ask if a prop is referencing something else, I get the biggest thrill when the answer is, "oh, yes, that's from the..." Whatever the answer, seeing a bit of horror history preserved makes any prop that much better.With the skull, I hope to train one of those projectors on it with a skull that sort of morphs into view. It could look really cool if it works out right. With the skeleton, I hope to find a suitable clock to place over it's head, much like this scene from a 1920 vampire movie called Genuine.
It looks like they're done. They did have a notification up saying they weren't shipping because of covid and now the website is gone.I think Trendy might be circling the drain. They have been having their pre-season sale for like two months now and there are no new animatronics up on their website. Their most expensive new prop is only like $35. Bad signs.
I don't know but I did find something printed on a CD I ordered a few years ago: Fitco. An old but not respected name in the Halloween industry. Everyone used to wonder what happened to Fitco.Boo. I liked their prices and customer service for the most part. They had some rock bottom prices on animatronics in the off season. If you're in the Los Angeles area, I'm almost certain this was a online storefront for the Halloween Club chain that's all over LA. They're a rare year round Halloween retailer. Same company as Aahs gift stores, which are now unfortunately closed