Stoke Newington Halloween party amazes guests with spooky moving faces projected onto pumpkins

The Halloween party in Oldfield Road. Picture: Sally Freestone

The Halloween party in Oldfield Road. Picture: Sally Freestone - Credit: Archant

Carving pumpkins is so last year – that was the message at George Lammiman’s spooky Halloween bash in Stoke Newington last night.

The Halloween party in Oldfield Road. Picture: Sally Freestone

The Halloween party in Oldfield Road. Picture: Sally Freestone - Credit: Archant

The Oldfield Road schoolboy, 13, worked with friends and family to rig up terrifying video projections onto a row of pumpkins, allowing the faces to laugh and contort.

It was the star attraction at a party that also included a talking “Jigsaw” inspired by the horror film Saw, a creepy “cemetery” sign over the house, and of course some amazing costumes.

George, who goes to Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form, has been working on the project for weeks.

“It’s near enough Winston Road,” proud mum Sally Freestone told the Gazette, “where most stories have emanated in recent years, like the flash mob Thriller last year.”

The Halloween party in Oldfield Road. Picture: Sally Freestone

The Halloween party in Oldfield Road. Picture: Sally Freestone - Credit: Archant

Winston Road may have to up its game next year.

George Lammiman works on his spectacular Halloween bash. Picture: Sally Freestone

George Lammiman works on his spectacular Halloween bash. Picture: Sally Freestone - Credit: Archant

George Lammiman's Halloween party transformed his Stoke Newington house into a 'cemetery' for the ni

George Lammiman's Halloween party transformed his Stoke Newington house into a 'cemetery' for the night. Picture: Sally Freestone - Credit: Archant

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