“The Shallows” Screen Used One-of-a-Kind Mini Display Pieces

Best screen used prop deal in a long time!

Every so often an incredible deal on a “screen used” one-of-a-kind-prop comes along! The Shallows Screen Used One-of-a-kind Pieces!

I have a very limited number of mini displays of sections of the screen used prop Humpback Whale used In the movie “The Shallows” (2016). 

Each one is a totally unique piece.

The Shallows Screen Used One-of-a-kind Pieces

This is a wonderful opportunity to own a piece of a true one-of-a-kind key prop from a film destined to be a horror survival classic!

The offer!

On offer is a limited number of sections of the prop whale carcass.Each piece is approximately 2″ x 2″ and is presented in a “floating frame” (2.75″ x 2.75″) with a flexible membrane which displays both the front & back of your piece and allows you to feel the texture.  

The Shallows Screen Used One-of-a-kind Pieces

Your own awesome piece of horror history, or a wonderful gift for the movie fan! COA included.

Price is for ONE (2″ x 2″) section of the prop screen used whale mounted in it’s own floating frame. Ready to display!

Please view pics – The pics show the variation you can expect with the pieces. 

If you have a preference between the lighter or darker, please let me know or I will send whichever is available.

The prop whale carcass was custom production made of rubber over foam, on a fibreglass shell. It looks and feels incredibly realistic!

One of the best!

“The Shallows” consistently ranks as one of the scariest ‘Shark’ movies of all time. Items from this film are extremely hard to find, especially a key prop. Grab your one-of-a-kind screen used piece of Survival Horror at its best HERE!


The Humpback whale carcass was both the cause of the peril for Nancy (Blake Lively) as well as being a life saver & offering brief respite after the initial attack.

It would also offer Nancy a way of attacking the Great White towards the end of the film when she ignites the whale oil emanating from the carcass.

This prop is what the whole story is based around!

Act now!

Grab your own “The Shallows” Screen Used One-of-a-kind PiecesSurvival Horror at its best HERE!

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Screen Used Salvage Tug. Ghost Ship (2002)

Presenting the Ghost Ship (2002) Screen Used Salvage Tug “Arctic Warrior“. I have always loved this film. Above all, it has one of the most effective horror film intro sequences in modern cinema. I was, as a result, excited at the prospect of owning this piece. Aware the previous owner had it sitting in his yard was concerning. However, firstly, I can’t abide seeing amazing pieces like this just left to rot away. Second, I figured how bad could it be? I gravely underestimated its poor condition.

Plans Sunk!

I had originally anticipated it would require “some” restoration. But, I expected it would not be in quite as bad a shape. I was wrong! What I discovered was a complete wreck! For example, Lots of warping and separation of the upper panels and hull. Much of the detailing had loosened & fallen off. It’s a real shame but, a full restoration was not feasible. The boat was in such a dire state, and requiring such extensive renovation and subsequently, little of the original would have remained.

All of the vessel’s sections were damaged, loose and brittle from years of neglect and as a result of prolonged exposure to the elements in a Brisbane backyard. I could however screen match the boat to the pyro (explosion) sinking scene. The cutaway section (aft) is a definite screen match. I guess that sequence alone contributed to a fair amount of production damage. I discovered further clues. For example, still present, were wiring & bulbs so lighting & power was active at some time during production.

Please check out the video (below) I shot it, in short, to record the boat’s condition after bringing her home.

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Miniature Filming Vessel “Arctic Warrior” from Ghost Ship (2002).
Closer look at the damaged “Arctic Warrior” miniature filming vessel from Ghost Ship (2002)