Evil Week is winding down, but that doesn’t mean your evil deeds need come to an end. To paraphrase Tracy Jordan, you can live every week like it’s Evil Week.
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Today is the day to shop at the Halloween pop-up store. Grab some wigs for 75% off. Get cheap makeup. But most importantly, buy yourself a New Year’s Eve costume. You don't even need to attend a costume party on New Year’s Eve; fantastic, outlandish outfits are acceptable on December 31 no matter where you are!
When you sit down to watch some spooky movies this week you may be tempted by The Devil And Father Amorth, an exorcism film with a difference. Made by The Exorcist director William Friedkin, The Devil And Father Amorth claims to chronicle a real life exorcism, devoid of theatrics and special effects: but is it really as unaltered as it claims to be?
If you’re still trying to figure out what to be for Halloween, Google can help. Google Assistant currently is loaded with a quiz to help you determine what the perfect Halloween costume for you is. To access it, ask a Google Assistant device “What Should I Be For Halloween?” You’ll then be taken through a short quiz to help narrow down your choices.
You've got a week before Christmas music starts seeping into every crevice of the ambient soundscape. So let's throw one last hurrah of Halloween music. With the help of my colleagues throughout Gizmodo Media, some YouTube recommendations, and old episodes of Dr. Demento, I've built a playlist (embedded above) of 52 songs for Halloween.
Did you order a Halloween costume online, only for it to turn up looking somewhat less inspiring than the photo on the website suggested? Or do you just need that little bit extra to push you over the edge in your favourite bar's costume competition? Here's how to make your costume look way better in no time at all.
Like it or loathe it, Halloween has permanently plonked itself on the Aussie calendar and continues to gain mainstream popularity with every passing year. While it's easy to ignore sprogs knocking on your door, dodging Halloween parties is slightly more difficult; especially if you work in a "zany" office that loves an excuse to dress up.
If you've been invited to a Halloween do and have left your costume to the last minute, here are ten impressive looking outfits that don't require much money or effort.
Video: Halloween treats are always the same toffee-apple, grapes-as-eyeballs nonsense. But when film critic Marshall Julius tweeted this image for a spooky dead-body inspired buffet, we were inspired to make our own.
You can hate getting scared and still want to watch scary movies. I’m a little crying baby, but I didn’t let that stop me from enjoying The Babadook, or enjoying and then hating 10 Cloverfield Lane. My strategy for both was simple: Watch on the couch with a friend, pausing a little for drinks. It worked great, I only had two nightmares after each movie!
Over at GQ, my fellow scaredy-waredy powderpuff Jaya Saxena recommends the couch-with-friends strategy, plus some other ways to cope with scary movies when you aren’t a diehard horror fan.
As it is now October, the spookiest month, everyone is obligated to watch far more horror than they usually do. For me, this means an attempt to watch and rate as many horror movies from Netflix's library as I can in one month. If you're after a new horror to watch, here's what I think of everything streaming now on Netflix.
Whether you chose to give out chocolate or take small people trick-or-treating, you will no doubt find yourself in possession of some amount of Halloween chocolate on November 1. You could shovel it into your mouth mindlessly, dole out a piece each day and make it last until Christmas (my mum's favourite), or you could take a page out of Taco Bell's menu and fry it in a flour tortilla.