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Halloween Movies and Activities

October 18, 2011 · 1 comment |

Halloween can be a lot of fun for those who like to go out and enjoy the parties, but it can be just as fun to host your own scare-fest. Gather your friends and get ready for a night of spine-tingling movies.

Why not make it a night to remember by asking all of your guests to get dressed up in Halloween costumes and award creepy prizes for the most creative costumes? This will get everyone in the Halloween spirit straight away. Don’t forget the popcorn and your favorite Halloween treats. Buy them online with a free shipping coupon for the cheapest prices or at a discount warehouse store like Costco or Sam’s Club if you are out and about.

Choosing a movie can be difficult as there are so many to choose from. Try to pick something you know will feed on your guest’s fears. There are a couple of movies we can recommend, such as Ju’on, which debuted in Japan in 2000. If you want an edgy film with a lot of blood then this is the perfect choice. You could even try a true classic like Poltergeist, guaranteed to raise the hairs on the back of your neck.

If you are hosting a movie night for your children, you will need to choose your film carefully depending on the age group. Hocus Pocus is a very popular Halloween film from Disney, so should not scare the little ones too much. Another classic you can never go wrong with is The Wizard of Oz.

For a night the children will really remember, why not have an intermission during the film for games? Find the black cat is a great game and a twist on a classic treasure hunt. Place toy black cats around the house, each with a clue around its neck. When the children solve the clues, it leads them to a stash of Halloween candy!

Now we need your help. Comment your favorite Halloween movie so we have some great ones to choose from this weekend!

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GothamCity MadMan October 18, 2011

For any one in or near Asbury Park.. there’s a great ZOMBIE convention there this weekend. They turn the convention center into a post apocalyptic ZOMBIE land. It goes on all weekend, but the ZOMBIE walk is Saturday at 5 pm. Last year there were over 4000 participants, all in ZOMBIE make up. I cat wait to go. Here’s the link

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