Thanks to my friend Erick Bognar of the superlative Wonderful Wonderblog, I'm sharing a jack o' lantern pattern set from 2003. If you see it for sale anywhere, snap it up. It has some great patterns--that is, 4 out of the 6 are great. Not a bad ratio.
However, the Mummy looks merely like a grumpy old man with some head bandages (he had an accident, maybe?), and The Bride of Frankenstein looks less like a made-up Elsa Lancaster from the 1935 film than a young socialite with an oh-so-retro streaked beehive. The Dracula doesn't look like Bela Lugosi, sadly, but it's a decent vampire design.
The pumpkin patterns remind me that my favorite Halloween game is "Jack O' Lantern." That's where you sit in the window and get lit. Later, you lie in the driveway, smashed.
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