Halloween

Halloween is Over… BUT… Not For Us!

Hopefully you’ve been hanging out all October with our 31 Days of Halloween. If you have, you’ve seen this: Well… we’re not done. We took a few days off, but we’ve got a bunch more Halloween content, so this week is gonna be chock full of more terrifying horror, Halloween goodness, and general creepiness. As…

Michael Meh-ers: the Myth of HALLOWEEN’s Greatness

Halloween is considered one of the most important horror films of all time. It is said to have spawned the slasher genre, creating and perfecting many of the tropes still present in the subgenre today. Despite this popular opinion, John Carpenter’s 1978 modern horror classic is not actually nearly as important as given credit for.…

31 Days, Day 6: I Just Came for the Halloween Candy… Snickers & Hazelnut

It’s not hard to review a beloved candy bar. What is hard, is to review a beloved candy bar with a new twist! Lucky for me, most people know the joys of Nutella, and so Snickers & Hazelnut isn’t a strange leap for the Mars Company. You might think that this would taste like a…

Halloween Rock

When you get invited to a random show at a bar, you never know what to expect. Halloween weekend I was invited to just such an occasion. A friend invited me to see a friend’s band play at a bar. This is the sort of thing that happens a lot if you’re young (or delusional…

Halloween Albums: Re-Animation Festival

Alright! Round two for the Halloween album reviews! Next up is pop-punk/horror punk heroes, Groovie Ghoulies! This is a total flip flop from the Doyle review. Also more friendly! Just good ol’ simple Ramones core rock’n’roll! Great for the whole family. But out of all their amazing albums, which one to review? Today I’ve decided…

Halloween Albums: Abominator

Who doesn’t love October? Along with the nice fall weather, it’s full of apple cider, corn mazes…scary movies, festivities… and most importantly, the music. And why not celebrate Halloween with some worthy records! This will be a kick off to what will be a couple reviews on some albums for the rest of the month.…