Fright-bonanaza The Haunting In Connecticut is released on the veedee and blu-ray this week, so to celebrate we've made a list of all the ingredients you will need in order to make your very own haunted house movie.
Follow our simple guide, and you'll have the most terrifying house on the block in no time...
Who's At The Window?
The Cliché: Glance out of any window in a Haunted House, and a face is sure to appear briefly on the outside.
Appears In: Evil Dead, A Nightmare In Elm Street, The Strangers, Halloween H2O
How To Make it Real: Sheep’s eyes. Available from your local butcher, these will turn any rubber mask into an awesomely real looking face, when coupled with a mannequin's head and shoulders.
Just mount the face on the ledge outside window, perhaps a small torch under its chin to make it extra spook-a-licious, and wait for someone to draw the curtain.
If you want to get really fancy, you could rig some type of mechanism that makes the fake head pop up when the curtains are drawn.
Use springs in the eye sockets, which will shoot the eyes out of the head, for maximum scare factor.
Either that or you could just wait by the window with a torch under your chin.
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