It’s a big claim. Think of all the pumpkin-head Hallowe’en dances you’ve seen in your life. Hundreds, right? If not thousands. But this may be the best - see the video, above.
As it says, rather brusquely: “You could spend your whole life trying to find a better pumpkin head Hallowe’en dance than this, and you'd die a fucking failure.”
The choice of the Ghostbusters theme as the music and the terrifyingly snug catsuit are note-perfect, and the guy can throw some shapes. Watch that pumpkin move. Spooky.
“Gruesome and delicious”, says NotMartha, the blogging creator of this frankly unsettling meat-and-cheese Hallowe’en snack. Having not tasted it we don’t know about delicious, but she’s certainly half right.
The use of onions for the fingernails and wrist-bones are particularly nasty.
Served on a bed of mashed potatoes (“or brain matter, if you have kids or just act like kids”), it is a little too convincing for comfort.
That’s no moon… it’s a pumpkin carved to look like a space station.
Complete with a trenches for X-Wings to fly down and the giant crater-dish of the planet-destroying superlaser, this model of the first, completed Death Star out of Star Wars episode IV: A New Hope is a beautiful bit of geek Hallowe’en art.
The temptation to make a model of the Rebel base on Yavin IV, stage a huge space battle, and then blow it up with firecrackers must have been huge.
Not long left now to make your decorations, but this website claims to show you how to make your own realistic-ish concrete gravestones in just 24 hours.
You will need: resurfacing concrete, a bucket, cardboard, rubber gloves, and something to carve your own epitaph with.
Make it suitably ghoulish and put it up in your garden when you’re throwing your Hallowe’en party.
The Flying Spaghetti Monster, the sceptic’s favourite deity, recreated in what looks like foam tubing and papier-mâché. The sort of thing you can imagine Bertrand Russell or Richard Dawkins going to a Hallowe’en party in. Have you been touched by His noodly appendage?