Halloween costumes from the movies
We look at some of the best characters to dress up as this Halloween
Film fans need never struggle to find the perfect costume for Halloween.
From Nosferatu to Jack Skellington, iconic characters from the silver screen provide a wealth of inspiration when it comes to choosing what to wear this spooky season.
We give you our ten recommendations for film-inspired costumes this Halloween, from blood-stained serial killer Patrick Bateman, to David Bowie’s outrageous outfit as Jareth the Goblin Kind in Labyrinth.
A few wildcards are thrown in too, in the form of cult film heroes- and anti-heroes- such as Carrie, the witches of Hocus Pocus, and Cady’s cringe-inducing zombie bride faux-pas in Mean Girls.
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