A round-up of the scariest and funniest ads from New Zealand and around the world for Halloween.
With a live feed coming from a historic house known for spooky sightings, M&M’s is stuffing your candy full of ghosts for Halloween in a campaign via Colenso BBDO.
Hell Pizza has rolled out its latest offering to put customer’s taste buds and stomachs to the test by allowing them to add a serving of lamb brains to any pizza.
Our American counterparts have turned Halloween into a huge commercial resource that can be tapped into annually. This year, the ad agencies across the Pacific have once again illustrated how far the simple premises of horror, costumes and bucket loads of treats can be stretched.
According to Yahoo Finance, Americans spend about US$8 billion on Halloween every year, with the biggest chunk spent on costumes. And while Kiwis are yet to fully embrace the trick or treating culture, there’s definitely a buck to be made. PLUS: MOTAT’s Halloween event lures the ghoul lovers.
Kiwi ads have used many visual metaphors to illustrate the power of fast telco networks. Telecom had coloured flares and exploding balloons in their 4G ad, Vodafone took us back to the future in a speedy Delorean. US provider AT&T’s new spot sympathises with parents everywhere whose kids have been on a candy-induced sugar high.