Picture, if you will, a zombie in a field, moving toward its goal -- one (often ungraceful) step at a time. Although this zombie might be missing a limb or two -- or even if it's being shot at -- it just keeps on going. Kind of like the Energizer Bunny -- only with more blood and guts.
It's that time of year when autumn leaves are falling, the air turns brisk and biting, and people start thinking about Halloween. I'm never too old to don a costume and hold out a hand for treats, but as a healthy living advocate, the problem I have with Halloween is all the candy.
This is THE weekend we've all been waiting for, the one in which it's considered socially acceptable to dress up like idiots and parade around getting tipsy on pumpkin-flavored beer. In other words, it's like every other weekend, but with costumes.
Today, black magic is out, replaced by blogs and picket lines where the Halloween witch can express her complaints about social injustices without the risk of being burned at the stake.
Here, a guide to the ensembles that are sure to remind everyone at the party of at least one person they know (either IRL or through Tumblr).
There's a nip in the air and pumpkins are everywhere: In patches, on porches, in stores and in schools. It's hard to ignore the signals that Halloween is fast approaching.
Yes, a Big Bird costume is funny and topical. But there's nothing worse than striding into a Halloween bash only to find four other people wearing the exact same thing.
Old places generally accumulate their share of ghost tales, and New York is certainly old indeed -- over 400 years old. But that's not the only reason the Big Apple is so frightfully haunted.
As we rapidly approach the time of the year when Halloween bashes will be in full swing, I thought I would take a brief look of what the fashion craze is this year?
Maybe I'll just Netflix all those classic scary movies and go get a pumpkin at the grocery store and carve it one for old time's sake. I'll just try to keep Halloween alive for me the ways I know how to.
Regardless of whether you are too old for haunted houses or young enough to still be terrified by bowls of blood (ketchup), Halloween is a time for parties, costumes or otherwise.
I've been thinking of a Halloween costume for almost five months now. The idea struck me in May, even though I don't even like Halloween that much.
What is a Halloween-loving mom to do on Halloween? Do you say no candy and become the witch who ruined trick-or-treating?
With Halloween right around the corner, we're caught up in decorating and costuming. Here are a few picks to keep up with culture while you celebrate what's become the most popular holiday of the year: October 31!
However you celebrate this mystical time of year, it's time to have a little fun and find your inner ghoul! Whether you resonate with zombies, faeries or vampires, a disguise is fun to play around with.
Of the slew of haunted houses I went to this year, almost all of them featured men being sexual in a queer way. Killers has dedicated its entire haunt to real-life serial killers like John Wayne Gacy and features male actors physically molesting willing participants upon entry.