Saturday, June 30th Festival Obscura hosted a fundraising celebration to benefit Long Beach’s historic Sunnyside Cemetery. The event included over 45 craft breweries, along with live music performances, food trucks and horror related artists and vendors. The location was magical, the lines were short and quick moving, organization was impressive and the brews were ofContinue reading “Festival Obscura’s Celebration at Sunnyside Cemetery: An Abundance of Beer for a Great Cause”
At times it really felt like Universal was phoning it in this year. Midway through the night, it was looking a bit bleak. We had done the terror tram and Ash vs Evil Dead and we were thoroughly unimpressed, with a lot left to cover with our few remaining hours. The Shining Maze wins atContinue reading “Universal Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights 2017 Review”
Sometimes you’re in the mood for some happy hearted Halloween goodness minus the horror and gore. As much as I love the horror and gore, I get it! So here’s a list of flicks to get you in the Halloween spirit, even if you’re not a horror hound. And if you are a horror hound…Continue reading “Top Non-Horror Halloween Flicks “
Your complete HorrorgirlProblems October 2017 Calendar
Strategy: Maximum Halloween-age with minimum spend-age. Ok, October is expensive for us, it’s just a given. But I try my best to not kill my friends’ wallets by choosing the cheaper dates for haunts, etc. Here’s a list of pro-haunts, home haunts, live theater and screenings going on this month.
The season of haunts is upon us! Got to check out Knott’s Scary Farm last night to kick things off. Here are my top must-do’s:
Two episodes into Hulu’s new anthology series Dimension 404, and the best description I can give is that it feels like a more adult/bigger budget version of the Goosebumps tv series. And I mean that in the most complimentary way, because I love the shit out of some Goosebumps, Are You Aftaid of the DarkContinue reading “Binge This: Dimension 404 on Hulu”
With an early nod to Romero’s original Night of the Living Dead this movie starts off promising with killer cults and creatures. Police officer Daniel Carter (Aaron Poole) encounters a raving and blood soaked man by the side of the road, but the real fun begins when they arrive at the hospital. It’s not safeContinue reading “The Void (2017)”
Full calendar for upcoming Halloween events in Los Angeles.
Here’s a comprehensive highlight of some of my favorite October activities, focusing on my favorite high end haunts, home haunts, pumpkin patches and horror movie screenings.