9 Over-The-Top Halloween Decorations You Can Buy Right Now If You're Amped For Spooky Season

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The season of ghouls and goblins is coming and Halloween activities and spooky jobs are already popping up all over the country.

At the same time, retailers are starting to release Halloween decorations. Here are nine of the biggest and scariest items you can buy that'll make your house the most frightening one on the block.

Spider Web With Giant Spider

Amazon Canada

Price: $18

Details: This huge spider web can be attached to anything from your roof to a tree or sprawled across your yard to freak out the neighbours. It comes with a hook and five stakes to keep it stable and, of course, a giant spider as the star of the show.


Decorative Bubbling Cauldron With Fire LED Lights

Home Depot

Price: $124

Details: Double, double toil and trouble! This cauldron projects crackling and bubbling sounds and has LED lights that glow in the dark. It's over five feet tall, so if you plan on dressing up as a witch this year, it's the perfect backdrop.


12-Foot Giant Skeleton

Price: $398

Details: The giant viral skeleton that Instagram users love is back if you want to go all out this year. You can pair it with some smaller skeleton friends or a pet dog skeleton.


80-Inch Giant-Sized Animated LED Dark Angel

Home Depot

Price: $398

Details: You can spook your friends and family with this dark angel animatronic that flaps its wings and emits a creepy glow. It comes with a giant sword that'll ward off bad spirits...and the neighbourhood kids.


Inflatable Haunted Archway With Flashing Icons

Walmart Canada

Price: $128

Details: Welcome trick-or-treaters to your property in style with this giant inflatable archway. The pop-out characters glow with LED lights to help visitors find their way in the dark.


Halloween Decorative Bone Throne

Home Depot

Price: $378

Details: This Game of Thrones-like chair will make the perfect Halloween photo prop. It has a comfy cushion, so you can actually use it as a chair year-round if you so dare.


Gemmy 5-Foot Inflatable Pumpkin Reaper


Price: $89.99

Details: This fiery blow-up pumpkin emits an eerie inferno and will make the perfect centerpiece for your front lawn.

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Tricky Trunks Bright Eyes Car Kit

Bed Bath & Beyond

Price: $13.49 ($26.99)

Details: If "trunk-or-treating" is your style, then this creepy accessory kit can help dress up your ride. It comes with suction cups and magnets, so you can easily attach the pieces however you want.


7-Foot Inferno Reaper Halloween Decoration

Home Depot

Price: $298

Details: It doesn't get more terrifying than a giant skeleton reaper that flickers and moves around. It's sensor-activated, so it's sure to be a hair-raising addition to your home this year.


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