Another Halloween came and went as Jigsaw sat alone with a bowl of candy, wondering why the neighborhood children always skip his house. "Maybe the flowers aren't welcoming enough," he thought to himself.
Let's not forget what makes a Halloween party so special: boos and booze. And this shirt's got both. It's also super soft, made from eco-friendly ink, and available as a T-shirt, tank top, hoodie, crew neck or sweater.
The best thing about this yard decoration is their attention to atmosphere. The creepy giggling sound effects, how they make that chill run down your spine, the way their bonfire opens up into a portal of the unknown and you see the souls of 1000 demons staring back at you... On second thought, maybe we shouldn't go back to that house.
One of the great things about Halloween is that it means Christmastime is just around the corner. So, when December rolls around, pack up this little dolly and ship it off to your niece. She'll remember that gift forever.
McDonald's knows that sometimes the scariest decorations are the ones rooted in reality. So, they take the cake with this spooky health warning. I just wish that skull covered in tarantulas wasn't in the way.
The brilliant part of this creepy decoration lies in how deviously simple it is. And if you set this light on a random blinker, you'll scare children away from your house well into their teens. Never worry about egg or toilet paper attacks again!
Pro tip: When you're done with this lawn decoration, just store it deep in the woods, preferably on the outskirts of a campsite. The campers will love being surprised by your festive spirit all year round!