Child Red Thriller Jacket Costume
As Halloween approaches, every kid is excited to dress up and head out into the night to fetch their happy dose of candy. Now, every other holiday tends to include some treats, too, but Halloween is for the hunt! But, it can be difficult to hunt without a good melody to help you along. So many other holidays have their festive music, though Halloween only have a few that stand out. Of course, it is lucky to have a few that were obviously crafted for the soul purpose to celebrate the haunted holiday. A few of them are pretty obvious, since they are literally for Halloween movies. Virtually anything from Nightmare Before Christmas is ready to have us giddy with merry mischief, but songs like Somebody’s Watching Me and Superstitious begin to give you just the right level of creepy wonder. Add a happier Monster Mash and you’re calling the creepy creatures up from the grave. And, maybe those tykes even know some of those tunes. But…Speaking of rising from the grave, how can anyone forget the terrifying and chart topping Thriller. Admit it, the mere mention of it brings some of the tune to your mind. "It's close to midnight and something evil's lurking in the dark, Under the moonlight you see a sight that almost stops your heart..." Werewolves, zombies, and the spooky voice of the Vampire King, Vincent Price likely all come to your mind. But, in the immortal words of some seriously anti-Halloween ladies, ’Think of the children!” Some of them have no idea what this magical music is all about. And that, we can agree, needs to be rectified!What better way to do so than to bring the King of Pop back from the dead along with a few of his trusty zombie buddies and get the whole party dancing when you click your player over to the right tune and let your kiddo star with this Child Red Thriller Jacket. This unique red faux leather and black trimmed jacket features triangular panels and metal buckles that will practically rise Michael’s memory. Pair with the matching pants and the right hat and you’ll be ready to reproduce the 1983 classic video!