This one was pretty simple. We used old pallet wood for the crosses and sign. Hand painted Church, Cujo and the Pet Sematry sign.
This one took some work. Some visits to Goodwill, farmer's markets for corn stalks and troubleshooting to get the cross set up for easy setup and dismantle.
Hardest part of this one was finding a raincoat that fit and how to get the doll we found at Spirit Halloween to stand up.
Raggedy Man took some manipulating to get him to look menacing. Keeping his pants up deemed to be the most difficult part. He is situated on our lamp post.
We tried a few things with this one before settling on a blinking red light under the head. The fire backdrop was perfect for this window setting.
The Grady twins were fun. Two mannequin heads, a wooden stand, makeup and lipstick, Redrum. Our first prop for this display. Everyone commented on being creeped out by this one.
A couple more subtle references added for spooky effect.
Most known for the movie adaptation, Silver Bullet, this werewolf video from AtmosFX was a perfect add and led to a fun personal cameo to the final video.
Christine definitely lived up to her name while filming the video. She wasn't always cooperating. Our last minute addition of fire was also an added challenge.
Another great last minute idea and video from AtmosFx to add to our Carrie homage.
To see a collection of photos during the creation phase click here.