How long does it take to build a corpse?

The time it takes will depend on different circumstances. First, you can choose to detail the entire body with latex, or, if you plan to keep clothes him, you can detail only the parts that will be visible.This will obviously take a lot less time.

Also, the time can depend on the degree of decay that your corpse is in. For example, if you make a "lightly" decayed corpse, you'll have to show eyelids, build up the nose and generally spend more time on detailing features. On the other hand if you make a "heavily" decayed corpse you can get away with empty eye sockets and basically less features.

With that in mind, I would say it can take anywhere from 20 to 50 hours.

How much does it cost to build a corpse?

The cost will also depend on different circumstances. If you plan to latex the entire body you will need to buy more latex (1 gallon or more, depending on the thickness) than if you just want to latex the parts that will show with the clothes on (1 quart or more). There are also items that may be already available in your household and need not be purchased.

Overall, the cost can vary between $50.00 - $100.00.

Are the limbs movable? Can the corpse be put into any position?

The limbs are designed to be fully articulated and the corpse can be manipulated into just about any position. The corpse cannot, however, stand on its own.

How durable are the corpses? Can I hang it from the ceiling?

The corpses are designed to be very durable so they can be handled and moved around without any problems. They can be hung by the neck without any damage.