Harvest time takes a horrible twist when something's gone wrong on the farm. Lifesize posable Zombie Farmer is a gruesome twist on the popular American Gothic painting, gone wrong in a wonderfully scary way.
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Not quite the masterpiece
By Halloween Haunter
from Valparaiso, IN
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Spirit Lifesize American Gothic Zombie Farmer:
I'm having a haunted barn party and he will be the "Greeter". He does look good at a distance but he is basically cloth on a pole. His fork feels like it will snap if I bend it back for storage. However, I do feel he will be creepy enough to get the job done.
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By halloween addict and bargain shopper
from Sugar Hill, GA
About Me Budget Shopper
I really like the farmer. Wish he moved or glowed or something but I love the rubbery material his face and hands are made of. It makes him look more lifelike (if a zombie can be lifelike). pitch fork is a little funky-made of like a bendy, rubbery material. great sale on this item so it was worth the price and GREAT customer service!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Good looking but not high quality
By DBear's Haunt
from Encinitas, CA
About Me High-end Shopper
Zombie looks great but appears fragile and low quality... hope it holds up.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Easy and Effectively Eerie prop.
By Wild Time Comics
from Attleboro, MA
Tall and creepy with poseable arms and nice detailing. Static display piece is easy to set up and takes up minimal room. Indoor or sheltered use recommended. My son has been waiting to get this for awhile and is thrilled with it.On a side note I would like to thank Spirit for their great customer service. We initially received an incomplete prop and once contacted they responded quickly and sent us a full replacement. We are very pleased with the purchase.
Keeps scaring me in the garage!!!
By Crystal B
This Farmer is going to fit in to our concept scene for Halloween this year. I missed out on getting it last year because I didn't know about it until it was too close to time. The legs are just fabric, and the arms are wire, so not super sturdy but it still looks awesome when you are finished adjusting him. The pitch fork is kinda cheap; basically just a wire with foam covering it and painted to look like a pitch fork. It scared our neighbors little girl when she came in the house to see it, she wouldn't take her eyes off it. I lifted up his shirt to show the kids it is foam with wire in the middle but she kept starring at his face. Imagine how the kiddies will react at nigth! Hee hee! I plan on using this outside, but it will surely topple easily. I will use some sand bags at the wooden base to keep it from falling over. All in all, it was worth the money, and if Farming Zombie looking decorations are your thing..then this will do well!!
Again, goes great with the zombie farmer's wife. No batteries or electricity needed. VERY SCARY! Could not find them for 2 years so, BUY NOW BEFORE THEY'RE GONE!
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from Milton, Florida
looking forward to using this in 2010. I purchased this last year after Halloween for a discount price. I got a chance to place it around the house to scare the family. Worked out great! As much as I used it, the prop has remained in great condition.
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from Midlothian, VA
I bought this farmer and the zombie wife and these props are great. I use them on my coverd porch with a bale of hay and some crows and it looks great. The only con to this product will be the latex used on the head and hands is thin so it will break down in the direct sunlight over time, so spray latex with a Armor-All type of product for protection and effect.
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By Greystone Hauntman
It is SooOOOOOOoo Kool