Get in the spirit of Halloween with 25 movies for anyone, whether you want something gruesome, classic, funny, weird, or perfect for the family.
David Gordon Green’s heavily hyped and anticipated remake of John Carpenter’s 1978 horror movie classic Halloween takes an old standard, makes some intriguing tweaks, slaps on a new coat of blood red paint, and serves up a nifty balance of old school slasher movie shocks mixed with admirable, post-modern upgrades.
Halloween is one of my favorite times of year. Pumpkins! Candy! Costumes! What’s not to love? If you’re a Halloween fan, and you happen to be a fan of anything Disney, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World is a must-see event, and it’s on now until November 1.
If you’re looking for a little Halloween spirit, CraveTV has a lineup of great television episodes that may just hit the spot this October.
This Halloween, The Famous Grouse has the perfect ingredients to help you host an unforgettable Halloween party. In partnership with Malabar, Toronto’s top costume shop that is home to over 30,000 costumes, and the smoky flavours of the Black Grouse, The GATE has the ultimate Halloween giveaway–complete with cocktails inspired by this year’s most sought after costumes.
Halloween is my favorite time of year for lots and lots of reasons, including the costumes and the spooky atmosphere, but what is with the music? Despite Halloween’s macabre mood, especially in the movies, the playlists that celebrate Halloween are pretty cheesy, so I decided to try to put a moodier playlist together finally.
Happy Halloween, everyone! In honour of the best day of the year, we’re going back into the vaults for one of the greatest videos ever made, and certainly the best Halloween-themed music video of all time: Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”.
Halloween is just around the corner, and The GATE and Netflix are giving you a chance to explore some of the scariest, silliest and most original horror movies currently streaming on Netflix, with a little help from Dave Alexander, editor-in-chief over at Rue Morgue Magazine.
There are lots of other updates I want to post–now that the wedding is over and time has slowed down a bit–but for now I had to post a photo from my evening in. Aisha and I carved us up a little friend we decided to call Jack ‘O while we watched Evil Dead 2 (It just ain’t Halloween without Bruce Campbell.)
“Best. Ever.” is a weekly conglomeration of things that made my week. And there was much rejoicing. This week, the final season of Lost, Evil Dead returns to cinemas, no more Napoleon Dynamite, the Internet turns 40 (kinda), and maybe the new V won’t suck?