If there is such a thing as a traditional Halloween font, Needleteeth could well be it. This razor-sharp TrueType outlines font collection from Chad Savage at Sinister Visions includes two variations, each in two alternating sizes: Regular, Psycho, Creepy, and Spooky. Both Creepy and Spooky include drips of what we should assume is blood. For the full shiver-inducing effect, mix-and-match the paired Needleteeth fonts to achieve the look you want.
All of the Needleteeth Suite fonts are solidly for display purposes—even Needleteeth Regular doesn’t work well at sizes smaller than 24 point—and all are best for short, shocking statements. Needleteeth displays all uppercase, but includes lower case glyphs at a slightly different size. The font also includes numbers and common punctuation.
Needleteeth Suite is entirely free for personal and commercial use; all Savage asks is for you to send him examples of how you’ve used his font. A horror artist as well as a designer of creepy, spooky, spine-tingling fonts, Savage’s work includes the Autumn Harbinger and Zombo-o-Lanterns desktop wallpapers.