If you live in China and you’re still looking for an extra-spooky Halloween costume, the Shenzhen Lanbingcai Latex Crafts Factory has got you covered.
The factory, which churns out tons of Halloween costumes and masks, is distributing rubber masks of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump within mainland China, as seen in Getty Images’ photo database.
They cost about $4. And they’re pretty terrifying.
China has come up again and again as one of the many scapegoats in Trump’s description of the world. He has blamed the country for stealing American jobs, keeping its currency cheap and possibly even hacking the Democratic National Committee.
The Chinese government has yet to comment on the U.S. election, but several news outlets have called out the “weirdness” of this election cycle and denounced the process as corrupt.
Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will face off in the third and final presidential debate Wednesday night. He currently only has a 5.5 percent chance of winning the election, according to HuffPost’s poll model.
Check out some behind-the-scenes shots of these masks coming to life: