Halloween Love

🍾πŸ₯‚πŸŽ‰ HL Turns 10! β€” Fondest Halloween Memories?

It’s been a decade now since I first started Halloween Love. In all that time, the project never went Big Timeβ„’ (though I always try and offer people big time fun) or made a single penny of profit. Thankfully, passion was always the primary goal, and the idea of profit barely an afterthought, otherwise I

Halloween Costume Contest β€” 2019

This year’s winners are: 1st Place: “Gutsy” Patient 2nd Place: Ms. Argentina (Beetlejuice) Congrats! Permalink: halloweenlove.com/contest It’s time for the annual #HLCostumeContest πŸŽƒπŸ§‘! This year we’ll be awarding $100 cash for the 1st place winner and a $150 gift code to the runner up for use on HalloweenCostumes.com (this year’s sponsor). And here’s a bonus

#PumpkinLog Entry #7: Flowers! But…

See all Pumpkin Log entries here on HL or Twitter The Good News: Flowers & Bees Active! (plus a bonus pic there at the end of my original test seeds and one managed to survive somehow) The Bad News: In the past few days since I took these photos, between the disease already infecting the

The Halloween Love Show

Download | Apple Podcasts | Google Play | RSS Coming soon… The Halloween Love Show Where we will talk about, as you might have guessed, Halloween, as well as horror movies and other interesting and bizarre topics that we fancy.

Halloween Build-A-Bear Giveaway 🧸

Ashley is the winner! Congrats! 🧸 This might just be the cutest giveaway we’ve ever had. Prepare for cuteness overload. I discovered these adorable stuffies thanks to @PhantoMantis, who Tweeted: Build A Bear has a Werewolf. πŸŽƒ pic.twitter.com/U6d1wGKKW8 — PhantoMantis (@PhantoMantis) September 17, 2019 I reached out to Build-A-Bear who kindly agreed to give away

A Taste of Texas Part 2

Terror in the Aisles. That was the film which pushed my obsession with Texas Chainsaw Massacre into a full-blown case of fanaticism. Released in 1984, Terror in the Aisles was a horror documentary of sorts. Donald Pleasence and Nancy Allen took audiences on a tour of the best parts of horror movies, all while talking

Party Like it’s 1999 Giveaway

Contestking is the winner! Congrats! Kubrick’s 1999 that is. I’ve always fantasized about going to one of these masquerades. Real life often disappoints though. Either way, whether you’re just playing dress-up in the privacy of your own home or whether you find yourself invited into a secret society, you’ll need a quality mask. VIVO Masks

A Taste of Texas Part 1

When asked about my favorite films, one always comes to mind. I feel it changed American cinema, and it definitely influenced my horror writing. That film is none other than the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre (using the more common spelling of the title). It is a movie I can watch multiple times and find something

#PumpkinLog Entry #6: Vines are Grabby

See all Pumpkin Log entries here on HL or Twitter How Do the Vines Know?! I have to admit that I’m a little nervous that no fruit is showing yet, but even if no fruit ever comes, I’m freaking loving the sweet vine action. These little buggers are grabby. I think it’s perfect that the

Vampires Suck

It’s true. Vampires suck. Vampire stories bore me to tears usually. They offer very little in the way of what I would consider real fright. They have their place in horror history, of course, but for me the best stories with vampires in them are only good because of everything else going on around them.