All Hallows' Eve is the holiday where you are allowed to let your macabre creativity run loose, and our frightful products give you the tools needed to build an astonishingly decorative scene inside or outside your house. Whether you are looking to shock, awe, or intrigue, no goal is outside of FrightCatalog's ability. Now, let's get those creative juices flowing with ideas to help inspire you.
Zombies are one of the staple mythical creatures of October 31st, and we have plenty of gravestones, zombie hands, fake body parts (real ones cost too much), and loads of animatronics. All of this easily turns your front lawn into a festering pool of flesh-hungry corpses ready to consume their next meal. If you do not mind tearing up your lawn, tear up the earth and create a horrific design by burying the zombie pieces in a thin veil of dirt.
The effort put into a haunted house can make or break parties. Think about it: you spend hours perfecting your costume and makeup, only to find out that the party you are attending has two rotting pumpkins in the corner and a dead cat on the front lawn, which may not even be a decoration. Now you are left feeling unsatisfied and bored - the total opposite of what October 31st is all about. If you are hosting a party, get serious about your party accessories.
To optimize the look and feel of your party, think about it from a guests' point-of-view. The first thing they see is the outside of your house, so that is where you need to initially focus your creative efforts. If you have a lawn, turn it into a festering pit of zombies attempting to break free from the earth, or a nest of spiders with human body parts caught in the web. You want people driving by to see it and say, "That house is spooky."
Next, you need to provide your guests with that special "Wow!" moment when they enter your house. Fear is all about creating an environment where individuals feel like they are no longer living among the living, but it takes a special combination of lighting effects, wall props, music, and home décor to fully captivate your partying captives. You want your guests' hands to drop off your doorknob the moment their eyes fill with the luscious sights of your spooky effects.
Now that your guests are in your house, you need to keep the thrill going. If you have a garage, turn it into a ‘body shop,' and decorate your car with bloody handprints. In the kitchen, let your inner mad scientist run free with bubbling cauldrons, oozing potions, and an assortment of horrific tableware. The environment should intrigue some and disturb others, creating an effect where people find it almost impossible not to comment on something in your ghoulish house.
Finally, have fun with your October 31st props and accessories. When it comes down to it, there are no actual rules for regulating a room's vibe or spookiness. You are the sole creator, the one who decides what does and does not make the horror cut. Guests can sense when someone had fun with the decorating process – they feel it from the moment they step into the room. As long as you had a blast, your creative energy will carry over into your guests, who will appreciate the time and effort that went into creating their party environment. It's that simple.
At this point, your party or haunted house should be ready for any party worthy of waking the dead.
Vampire lore is built around the creatures' fangs, their bite, and their victims. When a vampire bites someone, the person either turns into a vampire or a ghoulish zombie, depending on a couple factors. Surrounding a vampire with a load of zombies will give your scene a bit of mythological lore, increasing the intrigue of your yard design. In fact, the more fright you can fit into the scene, the more interesting it becomes.
Ghosts are one of the most intriguing mysteries of the world. There are shows, books, and websites dedicated to hunting down these creatures. Some say that October 31st is the one day when the spirit world is more likely to cross over into our realm. But with our spooky products, you can guarantee that this happens and your whole house becomes the focal point of paranormal ghostly activities.
A pirate's life is full of adventure and danger, perfect for the imagination but not for reality. Pirates are nasty, unruly individuals, especially the recently deceased ones. They come back to life and cause all sorts of mayhem, which is why they make such amazing decorations. Plus, you do not have to worry about all that scurvy.