HALLOWEEN lovers rejoice to learn that they can still snag a larger-than-life skeleton before their favorite holiday begins this year.
Fans were disappointed when Home Depot recently sold out its 12-foot “Skelly” skeleton, which featured LCD LifeEyes and cost just $299.
But the company recently put another 13ft skeleton up for sale, this time in the form of Jack Skellington from the cult classic A Nightmare Before..
For $399, Halloween fanatics can have the larger skeleton, which also moves its mouth while reciting various popular tunes from the film.
Jack from Home Depot also features a removable faceplate, allowing buyers to switch between a happy and a spooky version of the singing skeleton.
The Halloween decoration measures 13ft high and 4ft wide and features LED lighting to illuminate the spooky installation.
Jack starts moving and talking using a motion sensor, making it easy to surprise your trick-or-treating guests upon arrival.
Due to the motion sensor and LED lighting, Jack needs to be plugged into a nearby power outlet to function.
The company estimates the prop will take 40 minutes to install and recommends that two people work together to set it up.
Buyers can pick up the skeleton at their nearest Home Depot or order it online and have it delivered in about a week while supplies last.
Home Depot buyers have given the massive scare 4.7 stars.
“This huge Jack is just amazing. The face lights up nicely and moves well to the sounds,” wrote one 5-star reviewer.
“That was the only prop my kids absolutely loved this year. So of course I had to grab one. It is easy to assemble. The outfit is well made and should hold up well,” shared another.
However, some reviewers mentioned issues with the skeleton’s durability.
“The stakes didn’t save him from the fall, his leg is bent and his torso is bent after the fall. It’s very thin. I hope I can buy a replacement,” read one 1-star review.
“A little rickety for so much money. I liked the interchangeable brow section,” said one 4-star reviewer.