Ghosts, goblins, skeletons, black cats and eerie illuminated jack-o’-lanterns inhabit our world at Halloween. This is the holiday when spooky and scary and downright creepy are sought out and celebrated. Here are a few ideas for turning your house into a domicile in which the Addams Family would feel right at home.
Horror films are having a moment. Once cheesy and cheaply made, horror films have become a popular, year-round genre that generated $733 billion in ticket sales in 2017. Here are 10 of some of the most popular.
This year, Halloween most likely will look different than other years. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun at home. Turn on “Hocus Pocus,” put on your comfiest costume and get ready to munch on these sweet treats. Because this year has been tough enough, we chose treats that are Pinterest-pretty without the hassle.
Not even a pandemic can stop the pumpkin spice madness that fall brings. With so many people wishing this year would just end already, the pumpkin-flavored fun hit earlier than ever to appease the masses.
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