Halloween is finally upon us and what better way to celebrate the day with a selection of spooky Halloween LEGO builds that the interwebs have to offer?
I’ve compiled some of 2016’s most innovative Halloween themed LEGO builds that I’ve come across or that AFOLs have sent me and there are just so many!
She may not look creepy but she definitely does look like she would be up to all sorts of mischief come all hallow’s eve. I love the form and structure of the figure and the cat at the tip of the broom stick is just too adorable.
Eugene is well known for his LEGO Minion sculptures and this year he has decided to turn his attention to the icons of Horror. It is just too cool to see Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees and Pinhead transformed into cute little Minions.
This is not particularly ‘Halloween’ themed but it is definitely creepy! I’m not a big fan of the creepy crawlies and this build is so realistic that is it hard for my mind to think otherwise.
A lovely vignette depicting our favourite wicked witch of the west brewing up some halloween mischief. It is packed full of details like the dracula micro figure and Cheshire Cat popping out from the ceiling.
The classic characters from The Nightmare Before Christmas is brought to life in these wonderful brick built versions of Jack Skellington, Sally and Zero. The use of the LEGO string for Jack’s mouth and the tail element for Sally’s scar is spot on.
This scene above comes from one of the most iconic ‘horror’ movie scenes. It involves one Kathy Bates playing an overzealous fan who captures a famous writer to finish his latest book the way she wants it and breaks his legs when he tries to escape. Ouch!
On top of being a creepy haunted house, this awesome MOC also serves as a desk organizer for your sketchbook and pens and even has a space for a calendar! The back of the house opens up to reveal full interiors to play with as well. Ingenious.
“Día de Muertos” is the Mexican celebration of the dead which is observed throughout Mexico. This lovely brick built character is a tribute to the different characters you’d encounter during the Day of the Dead parades.
This brick built version of The pumpkin King is depicted here in all his fiery splendour. Great use of the trans orange chain to give him that bit of bling that he needs.
This has to be one of the most ingenious builds I’ve ever come across. It looks like a normal brick book on the outside but open its’ covers and a diorama forms right before your eyes! An amazing piece of engineering.
Inspired by Asia latest horror pairing, the movie wasn’t that great but this MOC has the creep factor cranked up to infinity with Sadako (The Ring) coming out of the telly and Kayako (The Grudge) crawling down the stairs backwards. *shiver*
These birds look like they mean business as they perch themselves on what I would believe to be an exploding pumpkin bomb. I love how their expressions are captured so perfectly.
A cute little 16×16 vignette showcasing the new Spooky boy from CMF series 16 celebrating Halloween with Spooky Girl from CMF series 12. I love how the facade of the house looks so derelict.
As some of you know, I’m a big fan of The Nightmare Before Christmas and I would love to see this LEGO Ideas Project become a set even if it just for the minifigures!