Happy Halloween you ghouls and boils. Hope you get into lots of mischief on this magical night. Be safe, eat lots of candy, enjoy a good scare or two, and come back to visit Ghoulie Guide as we will continue posting throughout the year!
When I see pictures of New England in the fall, I can’t help but feel a little jealous. The changing colors of the autumn leaves, large front yards and homes with deep porches…these are some of the things I secretly envy. (Oh…and the ability to actually afford a home!) But when I’m not thinking the grass is greener on the other side, I do enjoy the perks of living in Southern California. When it comes to Halloween events in soCal, there is no shortage of possibilities. First off, every theme park has special Halloween events. But you might be unwilling to part with your hard earned cash to visit these parks (I wont even comment on how ridiculously high Disneyland ticket prices are now). So instead, check this list of Halloween Events for the 2013 season to help you plan your Halloween event calendar. The Los Angeles Halloween Events list includes Haunted Attractions, Haunted Houses, Interactive Theatre Shows, Festivals, Haunted Mazes and more in just about every major area in Southern California. Plan early so you don’t miss out on all the fun.
Hi fellow ghoulies! I have information on a new Halloween contest with some great prizes. Enter the Spooktacular Spark Contest for a chance to win an American Express gift card worth up to $200. Continue reading
As a kid, I loved rushing home from school to settle in for the night with a spooky horror film or Halloween TV special. This totally set the mood of the season for me. As the years went on, it seemed the quality of Halloween programming got worse each year…at least on network TV stations anyway. We may not be able to totally rely on the networks to provide us the same quality as the “good ol’ days”, but we can set that programming up for ourselves now. Hundreds of cable channels, Netflix queues, Youtube channels, DVD movies, are just some of the ways we can access great programming. In a future post I’ll be building a queue of my favorite Halloween season movies to help you rediscover. And hey, TV is not totally dead. Check out this website for all of this year’s Halloween Television Programming. Continue reading
Your monthly reminder for Horror events throughout the U.S. and beyond.
- Dec 3-4 – Wizard World Atlanta – Atlanta, GA