Want to know what's going to be hot for Halloween?

ToyNews casts its eye over the key lines available for the season of scares.
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Halloween is more popular in the UK than ever and is the ideal time for retailers to make a killing with dress-up, magic sets, games and tricks.

Marvin's Magic celebrates its 25th anniversary with a collection of Freaky Body Illusions.

Each set contains a complete show with special prop body parts and a DVD to inspire Halloween pranksters.

Marvin's Magic will teach youngsters how to rotate their own heads, stretch ears or make eyeballs float this season.

Continuing the theme, John Adams delivers its Gross Science range, complete with disgusting autopsies and monster creations.

The Eyeball Dissection kit, Zombie hand kit and Beating Heart kit all offer an insight into the science of body parts.

Menwhile, the Mr Creepy Magic kit contains 25 fully illustrated magic tricks all with horror theme.

The In Thing also launches its latest in creepy collectables with th Zombie Zity range.

Along with 60 wobble head figures to collect, The In Thing deliver a collection of over 100 trading cards including 4D scratch and sniff.

Read our full Halloween sector guide here.

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More popular in the UK than ever, Halloween is the perfect time for retailers to make a killing, stocking a variety of dress-up, magic sets, games and tricks. ToyNews casts its eye over what will be in-store.

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