The Rejected Green Goblin Make-Up Tests from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man

What if Sam Raimi wanted his Green Goblin to look more like an actual monster, and less a man in a mask? Then Willem Dafoe would have looked a lot like this. These clips of the rejected make-up tests for Raimi's Spider-Man are scary... but not necessarily in a good way.

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Released by Amalgamated Dynamics, Inc., these videos show a very different version of the first Spider-Man movie's villain. We can kind of understand why it would have been hard to mutate Norman Osborn's face and then switch him back to a man (with the way the script is written). But, we have to admit that makeup is pretty bad ass. Well done all.

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SupaChupacabra

Way, way better than the Power Rangers suit. I still don't think they needed to do much, Dafoe has done more with a lot less.