"Fancy dress compulsory".
Three words that strike fear into the heart of even the sternest of men.
"Star Wars costumes".
Three more to lift the spirits, and ensure your 2015 Halloween isn't spent shuffling awkwardly around a party trying not to bump into the four other guys who tore their shirt, splashed a bit of fake blood on it and thought "that'll do".
Brilliant - so long as you've devised some kind of straw system for drinks.
74-Z speeder bikes
"Pretty sure that's actually the 73-X model..."
Do not underestimate the powers of the bark side...
Go on. Ask him where his exhaust port is.
Sand people / Tusken Raiders
All together now:
"Aaaaaggggrrrrrrrrrrkkkhhhh, aarrrrgggh, arrrrgghhh, arrrrgggh."
Jabba the what?
Seriously. What is going on here?
Maybe she's born with it?
Nah - Catherine Fisher actually made this out of two kilos of faux fur. Dedication.
Boba and the Sarlacc
The superb creation of Martin William - clearly a man who thinks we could see more of Boba in the new trilogy?
A costume that's bound to divide your mates into two distinct camps:
"Oh my GOD, where'd you get that Kylo Ren outfit?"
"Who the hell are you?"
Get it here for £65
The creation of an amazing cosplayer from London's 2014 Comicon - he lost half a point for a lack of additional arms.
This inflatable monstrosity costs £60.
Might as well stick a green bin bag on your head and be done with it.
Great for taking out AT-AT Walkers, useless against an angry hedgehog.
Despite seeing the Imperial Guards for all of about 60 seconds in the entire Star Wars franchise, they're still one of the most iconic badasses from the series.
This pro costume will set you back £295.
BBe honest, you're h8ful you didn't think of it first.
Han Solo and Chewie
Well isn't that adorable.