Hope everyone has a creepy, but safe Halloween! The horror doesn’t stop on here after today- I’m writing up new reviews and posts for next week and all year round 🙃
As another Halloween season winds down (😭), I figured I’d share a few of my Halloween looks from the past few years. Enjoy!
2013: Jessica Rabbit 💋& a demon😈…would love to know what I did with that vampire fang necklace I’m wearing in the top right collage pic🤔
2015: Nancy Downs from The Craft🔮…Only 2 years ago but I look 12 😱
2017: Last night I did Bride of Frankenstein- inspired makeup. Took over 3 hours believe it or not. I’ve gotten better with makeup skills this past year, so I’m going to try to really push it for next year 👰🏻🤖🖤💚
What do you think I should do for next year? Morticia? Elvira? Vampira? A female Twisty the clown? Columbia from Rocky Horror?
Happy Halloween, fellow Halloqueens! 🎃🖤👻
After many years of living for Halloween, I always dreamed of making the 5-and-a-half hour drive to the second oldest American city, Salem, Massachusetts, during its most-traveled-to month of the year, October. This past weekend I finally got to experience the ultimate Halloween town for All Hallows’ Eve lovers like myself. While it may be too late to book your own trip to Witch City for this Halloween, all spooky lovers should start planning for next year asap! I won’t bore you with a minute-by-minute recap of my entire trip, but I’ll give you the highlights of the things that you absolutely must do whenever you make it out there yourself, as well as a handful of things I regret not spending more time on. Continue reading
Over the past few seasons of AHS, I’ve either been completely enthralled or totally lost at producer Ryan Murphy’s crazy twists and turns…but I’ve never been bored. Season 7’s Cult has been no different. And I can safely say as of now, 7 episodes deep, Continue reading
I debated on whether or not I should make this list, since I watch these movies all year round and do not give a shit if it’s October 31st or a random afternoon in January, but nonetheless, these are (some) of my favorite movies to watch in October. Most of these are horror, some are cult films, and a few are Disney (🤷🏻♀️) but it just doesn’t feel like Halloween unless I watch these classics. I excluded some that take place in winter or with a Christmasy/snowy backdrop (The Shining, Let the Right One In), and some other recent favorites that are too new for me to watch every Halloween (The Invitation, Hush). I’ll find a place for those on future posts. But for now, here are some of my favorite movies to watch for All Hallow’s Eve…
As promised, the Nine Inch Nails superheroes released their cover of arguably the most iconic horror movie theme song of all time, John Carpenter’s score for Halloween on last Friday (the 13th.) Andddd it’s pretty good! It maintains the ominous feeling of the original, yet still feels like something right off of The Downward Spiral, as it retains the creepy, electronic sounds of any NIN songs. Listen for yourself: