Clawing Zombie Groundbreaker with LED Eyes
Even more than I expected
Cannot wait to stage this in the low tree in front of my house on the sidewalk side for the Trick or Treaters!. Every house on my block tries to do something new each year. And, we get a huge turnout of kids in our small neighborhood. Last year had over 150 groups came to the door, and only 5 local private houses have kids. Hope they find this creepy and fun!
September 27, 2011
Zombie' s eyes did not light up and she did not laugh after trying it twice.
November 6, 2014
An easy scare.
Does not do well in hot weather. The material began pulling from the form as the glue did not hold well in some areas. It would be great if the sound sensitive device were more sensitive. It is hilarious to hear him sound off. I love the laugh. It worked well for entertaining the children that came to my door on Halloween. His appearance is great. Be careful not to push on the face as the medium is easily reshaped. Over all I am really glad I bought this guy. I hope he lasts at least a couple more years.
November 4, 2014
Good for graveyard!
Good for graveyard scene, but I did disconnect the speaker which is sound activated and puts out a goofy sound effect. An on/off for the speaker would be a plus. I left the eye (lights) flashing, but did push them in to recess them better ........ the LEDs were kinda buggin' out. Stuff the arms with plastic bags for outdoor use otherwise you'll have a pretty limp figure.
October 24, 2014
same face as witch groundbreaker
just different clothing from witch ground breaker.
September 2, 2014
Great Details and paint on the face. The laughter is creepy and fun. My dog likes barking at this ghoul.
August 5, 2014
Perfect Halloween Addition
I enjoyed this Zombie for my "graveyard" themed Halloween d¿¿cor this year because of its "look", but I did not enjoy the quality or the mechanism. The Zombie looks great in your yard, but if you're expecting it to "scare" the Trick or Treaters as they walk up to your front door, you'll be disappointed. The Zombie's eyes DO NOT light up nor does the "scream" sound off from excited kid's laughter, loud noise, stomping of feet or from a "sensor", like a shadow. Instead, the "scream" & red eyes go off ONLY if you CLAP your hands--no scream or loud noise from a car horn, etc, just a hand clap. The Zombie's "shirt" is cheaply made; it became unglued. The battery "black box" stored in the inside of the head is not securely fastened; it moves around & all over the place. If you don't adjust it to sit "still", the head will lean forward & lay flat. If the Zombie isn't fixed to where it goes off other than by a handclap, I would not recommend it; not worth the price.
December 20, 2013
Scary purchase for halloween.
It scared my children to death. We couldn't help but laugh until our 5 year old daughter got mad. Good times.
October 31, 2013
I also set this up with a Tombstone and cemetery gates behind it and it made for a great focal point in our front yard.
October 30, 2013
Very touch sensory - I have to touch it so not sure if it will work laying out in the yard on Halloween night?? But I still like it - which there was just a plain on switch that you could choose too.
October 25, 2013