Halloween Horror Nights blessed us on Halloween with an incredibly early first house announcement for HHN 32:
Finally, after wanting to go for SO LONG – I have been to Creepyworld in Fenton, Missouri.
It’s no secret that I’ve been longing for more haunts since getting back from Halloween Horror Nights this year, and Six Flags Fright Fest just wasn’t enough to get me through. So, the boyfriend and I made some plans with two friends and went to Creepyworld the Friday before Halloween.
No better time to soak up the spooky serotonin, ya know?Continue reading
Unmasking the Horror: Halloween
This was my most anticipated house this year, and still ranked pretty high for me afterwards, but I was delighted that for our three house Unmasking the Horror Tour, we had Halloween as one of the three houses we would get to see with the lights on and enjoy all the extra details that we may have missed as we ran through during the event.Continue reading
Halloween Horror Nights 31
It had been six years since I’d been to my beloved Halloween Horror Nights. Six. Long. Years. I spent my time living through every photo and video I could find of the last few years events.
But finally, this year, I made it back. A week of Universal’s parks, two nights of Horror Nights, and one Unmasking the Horror Tour later, and I’m already eagerly awaiting announcements about next year’s event.Continue reading
Anticipation List for Halloween Horror Nights 31 at Universal Orlando
Finally, it is time I actually return to my beloved Universal Studios as well as Halloween Horror Nights. Plans are booked and rapidly approaching. I’m drooling over the food and drink menus. I’m desperately trying to make sure I pack everything.
So let’s take a minute to think about my most anticipated houses at this year’s event.Continue reading
Six Flags Fright Fest 2021
It is that time of year again, my friends – spooky season! I am at my peak this time of year. Cool autumn air. Beautiful leaves changing colors. And HAUNTED HOUSES.
2021 brought the return of Fright Fest to Six Flags St Louis, though with some modifications.Continue reading
HHN 30 Update: Jack is Back, Baby!
While whether or not I get to attend this year is very much up in the air, one this is for sure: Universal is blessing us this year with Jack’s return!
To read an interview with Michael Aiello and James Keaton about Jack’s history, click here.Continue reading
Halloween Horror Nights 30 – First House Announced!
It has been a long time – entirely too long – since I’ve gotten to spend time at my beloved Universal Orlando. And, with that, a long time since I’ve gotten to attend my favorite Halloween event – Halloween Horror Nights.
Understandably, last year, everyone missed out, because of the pandemic. But HHN 30 looks like it may be happening – and with that, the first house announcement is here!Continue reading
Haunt Movies to Get You in the Halloween Mood
Haunted houses are kind of a thing in my family. My mom, my brother, and myself have all worked in one, at some point. That’s where my best friend and I became friends, many years ago. I love Halloween events like Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando. I’ve been a scareactor, makeup artist, and worked on sets. I’ve been behind the scenes at some of the coolest haunts I’ve ever been to. And now, I’ve passed along my love for haunts to my nieces, who have become my haunt buddies the last two years. (Each girl pictured above at their first house they ever went through.)
With everything this year, it’s looking like the girls and I may be skipping out on haunts. So, to keep the feeling alive, I’ve been binge-watching some movies in one of my favorite sub genres of horror: haunt attractions going awry.
So, I decided to share a list with some of my favorites. I’m always finding more to watch, so not everything is on here that could be, I’m sure. But hopefully you’ll find some spooky haunt movies to keep the spirit alive if you are also missing haunts this year.Continue reading
Review: The Autumnal #1
Writer: Daniel Kraus
Artist: Chris Shehan
Colorist: Jason Wordie
Letterer: Jim Campbell
September 23rd – Vault Comics
Following the death of her estranged mother, Kat Somerville and her daughter, Sybil, flee a difficult life in Chicago for the quaint–and possibly pernicious–town of Comfort Notch, New Hampshire. From NY Times best-selling author, Daniel Kraus (The Shape of Water, Trollhunters, The Living Dead), and rising star Chris Shehan, comes a haunting vision of America’s prettiest autumn.Continue reading