‘Beetlejuice’ Fans Will Love This Creepy-Cool Sandworm Mood Light
Here's where to get one!
“Hocus Pocus” will always be my favorite Halloween movie, although “Beetlejuice” is a close second. But while I do have some Sanderson sisters merchandise in my house, I actually get the most excited when I pull out all my “Beetlejuice” decor.
One thing that will definitely be getting added to my shopping list this year is this slithering Sandworm mood light! From Toynk, the 6-inch light includes a white LED light that illuminates from within the worm. It’s priced at $19.99. The light runs on batteries, which are included.
Even when turned off, the worm makes the perfect Halloween decoration or prop for “Beetlejuice” fans to leave up year-round.
The detail in the light is pretty exquisite, right down to black and white stripes and smaller head that emerges from the larger head of the worm. The light is actually coming from behind the tongue of the worm, which protrudes from the second, smaller head. Take a look at what it looks like close up:
The Sandworm is not the only light available from Toynk. Sticking with Halloween lights, you can also get a 6-inch “Nightmare Before Christmas” Oogie Boogie light for $19.99.
If you’re looking for a light for a child, they also have a “Frozen 2” color-changing Bruni Fire Spirit Salamander light for $22.99 and a “Toy Story” Slinky Dog light that changes from bright red to green or blue at the touch of a button. It costs $24.99.
Speaking of “Golden Girls,” if you’re a fan, you may also want to check out these “Golden Girls” tiki mugs. Or, consider these these shot glasses, which are each adorned with the face of a “Golden Girl.” Each glass also features a drinking game you can play while watching the show.
If you want to stick with Halloween products to go with the Beetlejuice light, however, you’ll also find “Nightmare Before Christmas” stemless wine glasses, an “IT” Pennywise tiki mug or “The Exorcist” tiki mug perfect for all your spooky cocktails.
Will you be adding the Sandworm light or any of the other lights to your home?
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.