Scare Tactics: Making Halloween a SCREAM!
got the ultimate costume, the appropriately eerie decorations, the
gruesomely sweet treats, the spine-tingling music...but if you are
dying to create some over-the-edge Halloween excitement, look to
any of these innovative new products to “reap” in the
air-driven bubble-making machine.
Ambiant, Inc. has the answer to making your event
out-of-this-world with their electric air-driven bubble-making machines.
Try Special Effects (in midnight black, naturally), Model 482, $39.95,
to whip up thousands of continuous party-popping bubbles that will
add a chilling aura to any space.
Don’t be afraid to add a little extra terror to your Halloween
scene. To really make a really monstrous impression, pick up a few
of Dynamic Design Internationals’ Freaky
Flyers, which come in a variety of ghastly styles, like
Chupacabra or the Reaper. The goblins are more than decorative,
they are life-sized hanging busts with full-length robes set to
zoom across the room -- sure to give even the hardiest Halloween
veteran the chills.
Want to light up the night? Add a DMX Green Lazer Skan with 24 2D
patterns and an additional 24 3-D functions from Chauvet
Lighting, to your party to really mix things up. Watch
as laser sky effects and beat-activated programs with 90 degree
span and 180 degree tilt get all the ghouls, gals and long-gone
geezers up on the dance floor. Also, consider foggers, hazers, strobes
and mirror balls from Chauvet Lighting to enhance even the most
sophisticated spook-house soiree.
Create a hot spot with Enigmatic Technology’s
wearable 36” HotBeads. They provide 30 hours of battery-powered
mini-strobe light effects to make any Halloween outfit a screamer.
Try the classic Black and Orange ($14.95), the Pumpkin ($9.00) or
Skull ($9.95) models for a touch of Halloween (or Mardi Gras) class.
They are a great safety feature for the kids (ages 4+), too!
Writer's Bio: Karen Mendez Smith has been involved in children's
media for over twenty years as a literary agent, writer, and creator
of animated television and film. Co-founder of Satori Organics and
M/Path Press, she is a parent to eight children and five incredible
grandchildren (and counting).