Halloween


Tickets for Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party 2019 Are Available Now

Tickets for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party 2019 Are Available Now!

We had the pleasure of attending the annual Halloween-themed Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at Disneyland in Anaheim in 2018, and it was totally worth it. Apparently Walt Disney World is getting a jump on their offerings this year, as tickets for the Not So Scary Halloween event are available now for the Florida […]

More From Halloween at Disneyland: Trick or Treating and More

More From Halloween at Disneyland: Trick or Treating and More

For >this< writer, 2018 marks the first time attending the annual Halloween festivities at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. While no stranger to the park, the separate ticket event Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party changes the lay of the land with lighting, treat trails, and a pretty amazing parade. Here's this year's parade, which features […]

Boo-Wave Halloween Decorations for the Musical-Loving Goth

Boo-Wave Halloween Decorations for the Musical-Loving Goth

Halloween continues to branch out from the cardboard black cats and plastic pumpkins, a stroll through your local Target and Michaels will no doubt reflect that. It's like all the companies suddenly realized people will spend their adult-monies on adult-priced and quality home decor and collectables. And then there are artists like Matthew Lineham, who […]

Halloween Finally Unleashes Its First Trailer: Watch it Now

Halloween Finally Unleashes Its First Trailer: Watch it Now!

Halloween is back. The film released its first trailer, and we now finally have a look at what we can expect from Michael Myers big return to the screen. He has been gone since 2009, and almost a decade later Blumhouse is taking a big swing to make us remember why Michael is synonymous with […]

Halloween Gets Three New Stills Trailer on Friday

Halloween Gets Three New Stills, Trailer on Friday

Halloween is coming. Three new stills were revealed today, ahead of the much-anticipated debut of the trailer for the film this Friday. The new film, directed by David Gordon Green and co-written with Danny McBride debuted footage to much acclaim earlier this spring at CinemaCon, and from the stills below, we now know why. In […]

Halloween Gets a New Very Johnny Cash-esque Poster

Halloween Gets a New Very Johnny Cash-esque Poster

Halloween is returning to theaters this October, and today we got our first official look at Michael Myers himself, thanks to the teaser poster for the film. Feast your eyes on the new version of the Myers mask! So much to unpack here. Is the film just titled Halloween? Is this supposed to look like […]

Tina Romero Picks up Where Her Father Left off with Queens of the Dead

Tina Romero Picks up Where Her Father Left off with Queens of the Dead

Tina Romero, daughter of horror icon George Romero, is following in her late father's footsteps and directing a zombie film of her own. Queens of the Dead will tell the tale of the zombie apocalypse through the eyes of club-goers at a drag night club. Tina Romero, who is also a DJ, will be making […]

Halloween Begins Filming as Four More Join the Cast

Halloween Begins Filming as Four More Join the Cast

Halloween began filming today, and with that announcement came some casting news. The four new additions to the cast are all younger, so it stands to reason that these will be the people Michael Myers will be chasing around. Virginia Gardner (Karolina from Marvel's Runaways), Miles Robbins (Mozart in the Jungle), Dylan Arnold (Mudbound, When We […]

Halloween Adds Original Michael Myers Nick Castle to 2018 Film

Halloween Adds Original Michael Myers Nick Castle to 2018 Film

Halloween is doing everything right. Nick Castle, one of the men who played Michael Myers in the original 1978 horror classic, will donning the mask in the 2018 film. The Blumhouse production, which is also bringing back Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, is really going for broke. Castle is a horror icon. Other than […]

Halloween Sequel Details From Co-Writer Danny McBride

Halloween Sequel Details From Co-Writer Danny McBride

Halloween is coming back to the big screen next October. The film is co-written by Danny McBride, and over the weekend he gave some more insight into how they are reviving Michael Myers yet again. In speaking with Yahoo Movies, he talked about getting Jamie Lee Curtis involved, and a little about their approach in […]

Laurens Last Call: Is The Starbucks Zombie Frappuccino Any Good

Lauren's Last Call: Is The Starbucks Zombie Frappuccino Any Good?

Ah, Halloween. Need I say more? Every year, Starbucks comes out with a new, festive Frappuccino for its valued guests. This year's creative concoction is the Zombie Frappuccino! The Frap is pretty dang creative, mimicking zombie skin with a whipped cream brain on top. The main flavor is sour apple, with chocolate mixed in. This is […]

A BC October: Tales From Terror-Vision Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1974)

A BC October: Tales From Terror-Vision! Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1974)

A loner charged with investigating cases of the strange and supernatural, working for and within a system that will never let the truths that are out there ever see the light of day. And though he fights against creatures raging from demons and werewolves to vampires and aliens, his biggest struggle comes in convincing those […]

John Carpenter: Anthology Needs To Be In Your Album Collection Right Now

John Carpenter: Anthology Needs To Be In Your Album Collection Right Now

John Carpenter is the rare talent that is not only revered for his work as a filmmaker, but also as a scorer and composer. His legend status is assured. While he has not directed a feature film since The Ward in 2010, his influence as a filmmaker is felt heavily in just about every horror […]

Halloween Comes Back To Theaters All Over The World Next Week

Halloween Comes Back To Theaters All Over The World Next Week

While I've already seen this one on the big screen in my lifetime, I'd never pass up the opportunity to see it again. And next week, horror lovers around the world will have the opportunity to catch it. Thanks to SpectiCast, the classic John Carpenter film Halloween is returning to theaters everywhere for engagements that […]

12 Halloween Horror Writing Tips

12 Halloween Horror Writing Tips

As some of you may know, I'm a writer. I've done quite a few comics and a couple novels and a good number of them are in the horror genre. I don't necessarily consider myself a horror writer, but having teamed with Steve Niles when I was starting out set me on that path for […]


Underground Cosmetics: Bold Color For Bold People Who Dye

Underground Cosmetics: Bold Color For Bold People Who Dye

Underground Cosmetics, the new kids on the block of high-hue hair dye, has a pretty impressive product. I can say this after using the bold pigments on someone's hair who is very important to me — but more on that later. Underground Cosmetics hails from Los Angeles, and happens to be the brainchild of Andrew Shearer, Michael […]

Victor Crowley Roadshow Initial Dates Announced All Through October

Victor Crowley Roadshow Initial Dates Announced All Through October

Victor Crowley, the Hatchet sequel nobody knew was coming, is hitting the road for fans to experience. Director Adam Green will even be in attendance at some of the showings, as they roll this one out old-school style.   This is always a pretty neat idea and a unique opportunity for fans. And I am happy […]

John Carpenter Is Putting Out His Greatest Hits And A Tour To Boot

John Carpenter Is Putting Out His Greatest Hits, And A Tour To Boot!

John Carpenter is known as a master craftsman when it comes to making films. As a composer, he has created some of the most memorable scores and themes we have ever heard. He even has made albums of scores for films that never existed with his Anthology series, Lost Themes 1 and 2. Now, for […]

45 Shots From The Saturday Of Stan Lees Comikaze 2015

45 Shots From The Saturday Of Stan Lee's Comikaze 2015

By Michele Brittany, SoCal Correspondent The second day of Stan Lee's Comikaze opened with a bit of confusion with respect to line management for West Hall where most attendees were waiting to pick up their badges and enter the main exhibition floor. Not wanting to spend several minutes standing in line, I headed over to […]