Source: @skull0502 Japanese Creepy Snow Prank On Parent’s Car Is Straight Out Of A Horror Movie 2018-02-08 Thu 2018-02-08 Thu When snow falls heavily in Japan, as it did a couple of weeks ago in Tokyo, many race outside for the rare opportunity to test their creative snowman-making abilities. Particularly creative and somewhat mischievous snow-fun lovers like Japanese Twitter user Skull (@skull0502), however, have a more terrifying way of making snow sculptures. Source: @skull0502 Source: @skull0502 In a Tweet where Skull writes that they "filled their parent's car up", you can see the unsettling images of an army of soulless faces that many online are comparing to the bosses of a Silent Hill game or a demon out of the world of Berserk. Closer inspection will reveal the mask used as a mold to make the creepy faces just below them. It's actually a mask used for the Japanese theatrical art of Noh, and appears to be of the onna-kei (female variety) of masks, which could depict anything from youthful women to vengeful spirits. Source: ヒロ / PIXTA(ピクスタ) Whether you're familiar with Noh or not, the blank-eyed faces greeting you from your car make for one traumatizing snow day surprise, especially when overnight snow caused them to become even more ghoulish. おはようございます〜〜〜また雪降ったようですね〜〜 pic.twitter.com/S3eTaF6b9w— すかる (@skull0502) 2018年2月7日 @skull0502 gave them some accessories and makeovers to tidy them up, but a few of them seem to have only grown in fear factor. Either way, this is a clever and creepy way to break away from the mold (har har) of traditional snowmen! 着せ替えもできちゃうんだな〜〜 pic.twitter.com/Dy3tnkzPAU— すかる (@skull0502) 2018年2月7日 親の車埋め尽くしたった pic.twitter.com/zfxbxkICYU— すかる (@skull0502) 2018年2月6日 木彫ではないですね。ここに雪を敷き詰めてます pic.twitter.com/O7Go4ff5jK— すかる (@skull0502) 2018年2月7日 By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:@skull0502 Tags: Cool / Creepy / Japan / Masks / Noh / Pranks / Scary / Snow grape Japan Culture Japanese Creepy Snow Prank On Parent’s Car Is Straight Out Of A Horror Movie Related Article Amazing Animal Crossing tanuki cookies are too cute to eat Japanese Artist’s Lifehack: How To Revive A Soaked Note Book In Just A Few Steps Ride the great wave into Japan’s cultural history at the Tokyo National Museum Japanese Cosplayer’s Pennywise and Other Horror Transformations Will Give You Creepy Cool Chills Meet some of Japan’s oldest bonsai trees at this exhibition in Shiga Prefecture Japanese Train Fanatic Builds Extremely Life-Like Train Carriage Room In His House!