Trivia: Did you know… that the Nightmare Before Christmas was originally a poem?
Dark nights, candle lights and hooting sounds!… Halloween would never be complete without Sally and Jack… Get your The nightmare before Christmas costume today! Get into the mood and spread the spirit that surrounds the Halloween atmosphere. Dress up as Sally and Jack, The nightmare before Christmas costume made for couples!
Halloween is a time to beat up stress and join the spooky fun. If your partner is as fun loving as you are, a themed couple costume set is the best way to celebrate!
Impress everyone with the most popular Sally and Jack, The nightmare before Christmas costumes. The popularity of the Sally and Jack, The nightmare before Christmas costume is based on the success of the Tim Burton movie.
Jack Skellington’s love interest, Sally is a rag doll created by a mad scientist in the town. Ideal for adults and children, Sally costumes are both colourful and creepy–perfect for Halloween! Saunter off to Christmas town in a ghoulish but endearing Sally Costume.
Source: Richie S from Brooklyn, NY, United States – New York Comic Con 2015 – Sally on Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0
Jack Skellington Women Costume
Genderbent costumes are original and oh-so-fun! If you don’t feel like dressing up as Sally, maybe Jack’s snazzy pinstriped suit will be a better fit for you. Everybody hail to the Pumpkin Queen!
Trivia: Did you know… that the movie was written by Tim Burton, but directed by Henry Selick?
Jack Skellington Costume
Jack Skellington, “The pumpkin king” is the main character of the movie. “The nightmare before Christmas” is solely based on Halloween. His black pin-stripped suit and bat-like bow tie distinguish him and make him a great costume.
Source: Marnie Joyce from New York City, USA on Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0
Oogie Boogie Costume
Got a preference for villain costumes? Lucky for you, the Nightmare Before Christmas‘ villain is larger than life, and easily recognizable. Oogie Boogie is perfect for a spooky Halloween costume! After all, he is “the shadow on the moon at night/filling your dreams to the brim with fright!”
Trivia: Did you know… that there are Mickey Mouse Easter Eggs in the film?
Sally and Jack Couple Costume
The movie has a huge following and everyone is in love with the two main characters. That’s why wearing a Sally and Jack costume will keep you under the spot light throughout the party.
The Jack Skellington costume makes your Halloween costume great. If you are a girl and love the unusual appearance, try Sally’s patch work costume. As Sally and Jack, couples have tons of fun and spread the Halloween spirit all night long!
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Yes, it’s barely August, but the world is ready to begin discussing Halloween. Get on board or get out!! Just kidding. But hopefully you’re on board for what Disney‘s California Adventure has in store this year: a brand new Nightmare Before Christmas-themed “Oogie Boogie Bash”. As per usual, the festivities will family friendly, but parents and teens will have just as much fun as the little ones thanks to some exciting new features.
What Disney fan doesn’t love the cult classic film following the misadventures of Jack Skellington? Well, Disney fans rejoice–it seems the pumpkin king might have a few more adventures to journey! According to a new report, a potential live-action or follow-up film could be in the works.
Recently, Disney has seen great success with its remakes of some of its most beloved and classic films, including “Aladdin,” “Dumbo,” and the upcoming remake of “The Lion King.” So the possibility of the company wanting to revisit this animated dark fantasy musical really isn’t that crazy of an idea.
“It was the nightmare before Christmas / And all through the house / Not a creature was peaceful / Not even a mouse,” Tim Burton wrote in a riff on the popular holiday rhyme, “The Night Before Christmas.” His poetic parody would go on to inspire one of his most beloved films, not least because it can be enjoyed during two separate holidays.