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Halloween: The Difference A Theater Makes

For audiences in 1978, John Caprenter‘s Halloween terrified theater goers everywhere. Weirdly though, there is a whole generation that has grown up on this iconic horror movie and have possibly never seen it in theaters. I would be one of those people and let me tell you the difference a theater setting and a giant screen make.

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Halloween 2018…I’m Not Mad, Just Disappointed

It’s Good, But Not Great…

I’ve been a fan of Halloween for many years and like other fans was excited for the new and final installment in the franchise. With all of the different “explanations” and “endings” that plague the movies as well, I was really rooting for the final fight between Laurie Strode and the mythical Michael Myers. However, sadly, 2018’s Halloween missed the mark. SPOILERS AHEAD!! You have been warned. Continue reading Halloween 2018…I’m Not Mad, Just Disappointed

Michael Myers Looks A Bit Old In “Halloween 60”

It’s All Fun And Games Until Someone Breaks A Hip

Being a murdering psychopath was much easier back in the day. In fact, both Laurie Strode and Michael Myers seem to have aged a bit since their last encounter and it’s much easier to wield a knife or load a gun when you’re not relying on a walker. Continue reading Michael Myers Looks A Bit Old In “Halloween 60”

Happy Halloween: THE HISTORY OF CANDY CORN!!

WHO DOESN’T LOVE CANDY CORN?

Shallow Graves is celebrating Halloween all month with the 31 Days of Halloween! Each day, we’ll post something new with a Halloween theme. We’ve got links to scary movie and mood music, trivia questions, and more! We’ll start with a bit of trivia about that most loved and hated of Halloween candies.

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Halloween and the Real Witch

Everyone knows that witches in all their forms are a huge part of Halloween.  We dress in witch costumes, serve cookies and cakes shaped like witch hats at our parties, and decorate our houses and yards with them.  And late on Halloween night, we scare ourselves with movies about them. They are a much beloved and historical part of almost every Halloween celebration.

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