Trick-or-Treating the Web II: 25 More Links to Halloween 2017


October 16, 2017 — We’re halfway through October, but for those among us who are of the long Halloween persuasion, the Halloween Season is much closer to being over than it is to having been started. That means you and I need to fit in as much Halloween as we can in the days we have left, else we might as well start planning out our hiding places for our Elves on the Shelves.

To help you make the most of every single second left in this spooky season, I’ve compiled links from all the most haunted corners of the Internet. It might take you less than an hour to go through them all, but you’ll definitely have squeezed days’ worth of Halloween into that hour.

1. Monsters in modern TV commercials.

2. Bram Stoker Festival schedule of events.

3. The perfect perfumes for the season.

4. The "most haunted place" in every state.

5. Thirty-one horror movies starring black women.

6. Halloween TV show episodes on Netflix.

7. Free short stories about monsters.

8. How to make zombie meatloaf.

9. An urban legend from every state.

10. Opening night at the Queen Mary's Dark Harbor haunt.

11. A look at the making of John Landis's underappreciated Innocent Blood.

12. Ten Halloween specials from the 1980s.

13. The Great Michael Jackson Scarecrow debate.

14. This guy makes his own Halloween special every year.

15. My neighbors decorations are too scary for me. What do I do?

16. A scientific analysis of the The Monster Mash.

17. A skull Bluetooth speaker to listen to The Monster Mash through.

18. A look at the old Fright Night video game.

19. This guy has been saving a Halloween Whopper in his freezer for the past two years.

20. Favorite Halloween candy by state.

21. Best horror movie for every years since 1960.

22. The rise and fall of Fangoria magazine.

23. The David S. Pumpkins animated special is imminent.

24. He's also standing at Madame Tussauds in Orlando.

25. The "Ten Best" horror movie food scenes.



2 comments:

  1. Saving this one so I can get through all the links. Thanks for posting!

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  2. Oh wow; thank you so much for linking to my article!! It really means a lot. That was my favorite post to write, too. :)

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