Saturday, October 18, 2008

Cool Halloween Stuff No. 8

Dental Distortions

Razorback Teeth from Dental DistortionsWe have already mentioned "Vampire Teeth" from the folks who brought you "Billy Bob" teeth. But if you're looking from some of the scariest, nastiest looking teeth for your Halloween costume, this is a great place to look.

Dental Distortions has a complete line of teeth for vampires, zombies, goblins, ghouls, orcs, and yes, even razorbacks. Like the teeth we've mentioned before, these fit over your own teeth, and employ a special thermoplastic for a perfect fit. You use warm water to soften the plastic, then the plastic molds around your teeth for a great fit.

Prices run in the $20 to $30 range for a set, and come complete with everything you need for a good fit.

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Sunday, October 12, 2008

Cool Halloween Stuff No. 7

Creative Innovations USA
It ain't a party unless someone gets carried out in a body bag...

Sometimes, you just need the right finishing touch for your party decorations. Now, you can go all CSI on your friends with these "body bags" from Creative Innovations USA.

Great for Halloween, Practical Jokes, Pranks, April Fools and Murder Mystery Parties. Our Body Bags measure 6 1/2 feet long x 2 1/2 feet wide, made with heavy tear resistant nylon and a full length double zipper to allow access from either end. These can be stuffed with newspaper to appear occupied. A fake hand or foot sticking out always adds a good touch.

Perfect to use with our Hollywood Effects Crime Scene Kit and Toe Tags!
So, if you're looking for that special touch for your Halloween party, and your friends always seem to end up "in the bag", give 'em one to get started!

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Cool Halloween Stuff No. 6

Collector's Armoury, Ltd.

If you're looking for some cool gear for the finishing touch to your gladiator, pirate, or musketeer costume, you've got to check out Collector's Armoury.

These guys have a complete line of swords, guns, hats and assorted other gear to make your costume complete. And they're not outrageously expensive. The pirate's cutlass at left, including the scabbard, is just $99. Add a flintlock pistol for another $60.

They feature all kinds of replica weaponry as well as medieval shields and armor, colonial cannons, wild west guns and badges, even samurai swords.

If you want an authentic look for your regalia, check these folks out!

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Cool Halloween Stuff No. 5


So, what does paint have to do with Halloween? Nothing, unless it's very cool paint!

ClearNeon makes a line of paints that are invisible under normal light, but very bright under UV light. So how does this play into Halloween?

You can create scary artwork that can't be seen during the day. Paint it on signs, trees, whatever. Then, as night starts to fall, turn on a blacklight, and as the sun goes down, your artwork appears. Or, if you use an incandescent blacklight bulb, you can use a dimmer to make the art appear and disappear at your command.

There are dozens of ways you can make use of this stuff. But it ain't your garden variety paint. Spray cans runs $24, as do 4 oz. bottles of the brush-on paint. If you like airbrushing, you can thin the brush-on paint with water.

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