halloween

As a Dad and home owner, I'm pretty into my Halloween decorations. I've got nothing on these people though!

My one caveat: If this was my house, I'd have the entire family in costume doing the zombie dance in the drive way! Add that, they'd have a home run.

It's that time of year again! Everyones favorite two week long horror movie marathon, AMC Fearfest, is kicking off this Sunday October 16th, with the highly anticipated second season premiere of "The Walking Dead." George Romero is our "host" this year, presenting a world television premiere of "Survival of the Dead". Also premiering this year? "Diary of the Dead," "The Hills Have Eyes" remake, "Flight of the Living Dead," "Slither," and "Halloween: H20," among others.

It's Halloween time and that means haunted houses! Cruising about the internet looking for such entertainment, I stumbled across the website of the Nightmares Fear Factory. Seeing as it's in Niagra Falls, Canada, it's a safe bet that I won't make it there this year. From cruising about the site however, it's officially on the list of things to check out!

The year was 1984; yours truly was a spry nine year old boy intent on living out my wildest fantasies on Halloween and become something I wasn't. Oh, and to collect copious amounts of candy of course, but that transformation into some kind of monster or hero was a driving factor ever year when the leaves turned yellow and the winds began to howl.

I had always wondered what porn stars dream about when they're on acid. I'm pretty sure I know now because I've watched the 4+ minute promo video for Bridget Marquardt's 2011 Halloween costume line, Bridget By Roma. Pretty much what you get is former Playboy Girl Next Door Bridget Marquardt running around some abandoned building while copies of herself dressed in different costumes prance around like mental patients. Costumes like slutty pirate, slutty accountant and gypsy. Seriously the gypsy one isn't that slutty.

If you've got some change burning a hole in your piggy bank, or you're looking for a house guaranteed to one up that asshole friend of yours that has everything, you're in luck - the iconic house seen in John Carpenter's Halloween is up for sale. It was also used in Father of the Bride, but that's just not as impressive or cool.

It's almost the halfway mark to Halloween, and it just happens to coincide with Zombie Jesus Day...I mean, Easter! To celebrate, FearNET invited Trick 'R Treat director Michael Dougherty to bring his special talents, and wish the FearNET viewers a happy Easter Holiday. And as a added treat, everyone's favorite mayhem causing, bag wearing, mischief maker Sam even makes an appearance. This video hit close to home, reminding me of the wholesome holidays spent with my family.

Enjoy! This is hilarious!

"Saw 3D" trailer promises bodily harm to audience.

October 31st is not just a day for trick or treating, it's also a day to reflect on the year in horror. With Halloween at our backs and Thanksgiving in Christmas looming before us, there will be no more theatrical horror releases in 2010. Sure, we might have some big budget affairs, such as "Skyline," or indie horror releases, such as "Heartless," to look forward to, but as for things that go bump or monsters that prowl, the time for expectation is largely over.