It’s happened. At last. Halloween is on a Saturday. So once you’re done with the 12-hour trick-or-treating marathon, take a photo!
You want a jack-o-lantern that looks like it was carved by a 6-year-old, by all means stick with the spoon and kitchen knife combo that you've been using since you were a kid. But if you want a jack-o-lantern that will terrify the neighbors until mid-November, you're going to need a better tool set.
You worked damn hard on your Jack-O-Lantern and nobody's going to make you move it until that pumpkin is a pile of Thanksgiving mush—especially not some infernal squirrel who's nibbling it for winter sustenance.
When you carve your Jack-o'-lantern this Halloween, try and keep it simple. Because no matter how good you are at carving, shaving and hollowing, you won't be able to match this epically designed pumpkin carving. Demons, ghouls, zombies, guts—all artistically sculpted from this 1,818.5 pound pumpkin.
Jack-o'-lanterns are my favorite things in Halloween. OK, Jack-o'-lanterns and mahoosive amounts of Jack Daniels. That's why I am happy that Mark asked you for photos of the spooky heads for this week's Shooting Challenge. Like before, you didn't disappoint.
It's almost Halloween, and for this week's Shooting Challenge, we want to see see pumpkins. And we want them to be evil.
It's that time of year again, and we're getting shivers down our spines just thinking about it: Halloween, the time of harvest, parties, carving gourds and getting drunk out of your gourd. And some of that gourd carving must have been done with the assistance of high technology, especially that one with Jack Nicholson…