One of the hottest horrors of the late 90s was the movie Scream starring actress Neve Campbell. The story is soon to pick up again ten years later with Scream 4 expected to hit theaters in 2011. Because it’s so recognizable, an image that would work great on a pumpkin is Scream’s Ghostface character.
The website Zombie Pumpkins has a printable scream stencil featuring the Ghostface character. You can find it in their movie monsters section of the website.
In order for the stencil to become printable, you have to join the Zombie website as a member. When joining, you must choose between four membership options. Zombie membership options are as follows:
1. Bare Bones membership costs $2 and allows for two printable carving patterns.
2. Break Ground membership costs $5 and allows for 25 printable carving patterns.
3. Whole Harvest membership costs $10 and allows for all regular printable carving patterns.
4. Monster Harvest membership costs $20 and allows for all regular carving patterns plus 10 VIP choices.
More Printable Horror Movie Stencils for Halloween:
Printable Horror Movie Pumpkin Carving Patterns: Trick R Treat Stencils
Printable Horror Movie Pumpkin Carving Patterns: Child’s Play Stencils
Printable Horror Movie Pumpkin Carving Patterns: House of 1000 Corpses Stencils
Scream Ghostface Costumes:
Party City has Scream Ghostface robes for under $20 for adults and kids. They also have a full Ghostface costume which includes the robe and Ghostface mask for under $20 for teens and kids.
Adults can find a full Ghostface costume which includes a robe and mask for $40.99 right now at Buy Costumes. There are also different versions of the costume such as bloody Ghostface, zombie Ghostface, and scarecrow Ghostface.
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