The Top Halloween Outfits from the Movies
1: Pennywise, the Clown
A Pennywise costume is one of the few socially acceptable occasions for men to wear Pennywise makeup. Although it takes more effort than other Halloween costumes, your efforts will pay off. Who doesn’t fear clowns? Who can forget the bloody balloons and tattered buttons of Stephen King’s best hour?
Pennywise is an uncommon example of a Hollywood monster that has not been mocked or parodied. The nose may make you laugh, but not until you see the teeth.
You’ll make a bold statement this Halloween by choosing a Pennywise costume. You can take on his mask and conquer your childhood terrors. By displaying it, you will capture the true spirit of Halloween. Pennywise was *made* to wear Halloween costumes.
After the lights dim, don’t go looking in the gutter.
2: Freddy Krueger
Many horror movie villains have been forgotten over the centuries. Some are reduced to dust on their shelves. Some villains don’t stand the test of time, even when they are seen in the daylight.
Freddy Krueger doesn’t belong to this group.
Freddy Krueger was first seen in 1984’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street.” His haunting smile and his play on our subconscious fears make him as frightening as ever. Freddy Krueger is more than a vengeful murderer. Freddy is more than a ghost or misplaced spirit. Freddy is fear, fear that creeps into our dreams and haunts us with nightmares, and manifests as claws.
Freddy is the man for you if you are looking for men’s Halloween costumes to scare your friends after they go to bed.
“What is your favorite scary movie?”
Four films were made from one question, $600 million in film budget, and a whole generation of terror. Not to mention all the income generated by the Halloween outfits franchise. Ghostface is a terrifying killer who stalks young women with a mask and a knife. Everyone has seen Scream. His Halloween costume has been a huge hit.
Ghostface is a popular choice. He can be worn by both men and women, but men love Ghostface for Halloween costumes because he’s scary. Ghostface is not a joker, a trick, or a womanizer. He’s just a hood, a mask, and an inexplicable scream.
Jason is one of the most famous movie villains. He has ruled over a whole franchise and terrorized our dreams for more than three decades. In 1980, the first movie “Friday the 13th”, was released!
Although it seems odd to believe that our favorite monster existed before computers and cell phones, that is just an indication of his inexplicable timelessness. Jason doesn’t require modernization. His machete doesn’t need updating. His hockey mask is still as powerful as ever. It inspires fear even more than the first time he left the shadows.
Jason, immortalized in movies, games, and toys, should be your first choice when you choose a Halloween costume.