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The Trick ‘r Treat Club (closed)

Trick 'r Treat Club

Temporarily Closed


[knock knock … door creeps open]

You: Trick ‘r Treat!

Me: Ha ha ha!

Come in, come close, sit down, listen carefully. No, not there! Never sit there. That’s master’s chair!

Excuse me, where was I?

Oh yes, we’ve been digging through the attic and have found some interesting artifacts, both great and small. You can play, but you won’t know if you’ve won anything at all.

If you win, be careful what you wish for because there’s not just treats in our bag, but also those with a trick, either way you won’t know until it’s too late, if it’ll make you sick.

What could these mystery prizes be, we’re not telling, sorry, no matter how much you plea.

Ready to join, and accept the possibility of defeat? Then just say the words one last time:

Trick ‘r Treat!

Step 1.

Send some serious ♥ our way.

Help keep the proverbial Halloween Love lights on by making a donation (as little as $1).

Step 2.

Fill out the form below and make sure to provide a valid mailing address where you can receive your trick or treat, if chosen.

Step 3. (optional)

If you do receive a trick or treat or perhaps you’re not even sure what it is you received, if you want to share with the community, fire off a Tweet to @halloween with hashtag #TrickRTreatClub and a pic of whatever you received! In return, we’ll be sure to reply with “Trick!” or “Treat!” to let you know. :)


  • There will be multiple people chosen at random. You’ll never know who got tricked or treated unless those chosen are gracious enough to share with the HL community over social media when the time comes. ;)
  • This club is open to anyone in the world indefinitely until otherwise noted.

Mystery tricks, mystery treats.

Happy Halloween!


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Crypt Keeper at Halloween Love
I ♥ Halloween. I am the creator, editor, and keeper of Halloween Love. Although you'll find new creeps about helping me to maintain these macabre archives of dread. Reach me at black@halloweenlove.com.

Latest posts by Black (see all)

  • P Nolan

    I subscribed to your YouTube page and I like the awesome pics from the internet that you send out and the only thing I don’t like is that there isn’t more. Thanks, Pat Nolan

  • Randy Meyer

    I’ve liked you on Facebook for a while now and just subscribed to the youtube channel. I love the articles and opinions on the many different horror/Halloween topics. I cannot honestly say there is anything I don’t like about it. There might be some things that are not interesting to me, but they might be to someone else. Who am I to deny them that. It’s called Halloween Love for a reason.

  • Anna A.

    Liked you on Facebook. Following you on Twitter and Google+. Subscribed to you on YouTube. I like your focus on Halloween (easy to remember you this time of the year). I don’t like some scary graphics.

  • melissa crisp

    I like on FB, follow on google+, youtube and email. I love all the cute costumes and the candy. I also don’t like the candy because I think I eat more than my son does.
    leighannecrisp at yahoo dot com

  • Jesse Kimmel-Freeman

    FB, Twitter & G+ love. I’ve done some of the other things before too… :) I love that there’s such a great little group of Halloween lovers! I wish there were more people involved! :) Happy post Halloween!

  • paleface

    I follor by you tube as robyndonnelly@ymail.com/robyn donnelly and google plus as robyn donnelly. And email of course as robyndonnelly@ymail.com. I love your site because it’s very intersting and different. I don’t dislike anything about it. Keep up the great work.

  • Entered the contest, liked on FB and joined the community. I love the content you guys have been sharing. The site could look a little more aesthetically pleasing and the articles could be formatted a little better, but the content is the most important, which is solid.

  • M.Clark

    I am subscribed on YouTube. I like the great movie reviews posted on Halloween Love I enjoy watching scary movies. I don’t like some of the posts listed under music.

  • Michael Mitchem

    I liked HL on Facebook. I had already done some of the others.

    I like how the site scours the digital world for everything great about horror, not just movie/collectible updates.

    The only thing I don’t like about HalloweenLove is that nobody ever seems to get killed around here. Random/Unexpected staff and reader kills would definitely shake things up.

  • Ronald Oliver

    Greetings! I stalk you on Twitter as: @Haunted_Lair

    I stalk you on Google + as: Ronald Oliver

    I stalk you on YouTube as: Ronald Oliver

    (PS – I’ve already been stalking you on Facebook as: Ronald Oliver)

    What I like about Halloween Love? I’m digging the variety of content, great stuff! Nothing boring.

    What I don’t like about Halloween Love? There’s no drop dead gory-geous babes around here! The site could use some exciting Halloween Love babes! You know, like Halloween/Horror babes of the month kind of thing. ;)

    oliverspendulum at yahoo dot com

  • Rythum2

    Liked you on FB.
    i like the Walking Dead recaps, not really anything i dislike.

  • I liked on Facebook, and followed on twitter. I like how this site deals with more than just movie reviews. Like the piece that was written about the revival the of NES Jason, and all the merchandise we’re getting. There isn’t anything I really don’t dislike about the site.

  • Nicole Carter Weasley

    I like you on Facebook as Nicole Carter Weasley. I like how this site loves Halloween! I do too! A lot of great info on here. I don’t think there isn’t anything I don’t like about Halloween love.

  • Anthony Crabtree

    For the first question, I had only been following you guys on Twitter (ac12262) previously. So, I decided to start following you on Facebook (Anthony Crabtree) and Google+ (also Anthony Crabtree), and then I also made a small donation to “keep the Halloween Love lights on.” This is a fine site with some fine writers and would love to see it stay around.

    Second, I was brought here by the writings of John Squires, and have found a number of other writers who are just as good. I love the writers and the articles at this site, and think this site is exactly what the horror community needs.

    Third, one thing I dislike about the site is there seem to be a lot of things that I miss if I don’t get on every day! With the constant stream of great articles, I just feel like I miss some every once in awhile if I don’t keep up with it on a daily basis. Is that a dislike? Or is that a good thing because there’s too much content?

  • Cherese Renee’ Cobb

    I have submitted guest posts and followed you on Twitter, Google+, and Facebook. I love the arts and crafts, food, and costumes of Halloween. I like the horror parts of Halloween too. I just think there is a fine line between horror and cruelty…some people really cross it–this is my least favorite part of Halloween.

  • Don’t forget step 3 or you’ll never have a chance of getting a trick or a treat!

  • Cosmic Creepers

    I made a donation and subscribed on Youtube. I like Halloween Love because it has a group of very talented writers who make articles that are always entertaining to read and has great interaction with the halloween/horror community. There’s nothing I dislike about the site however it would be nice to see more people get involved with it. Halloween Love needs more love!

  • Special note to all previous entrants. This giveaway has evolved into something more special, an old school snail mail club! Newcomers will need to make a small donation to join the club, but you’ll all be grandfathered in for free with no further steps necessary.

  • Hey Pat, never got your mailing address. Go ahead and fill out the form above. Thank you.

  • Hey Melissa, never got your mailing address. Go ahead and fill out the form above. Thank you.

  • Hey Robyn, never got your mailing address. Go ahead and fill out the form above. Thank you.

  • Randy Meyer

    I finally had time to reply and show everyone what I received. Not sure if this was a trick or if the Post Office really screwed up. The plastic bag has the USPS logo at the top and WE CARE in bold. It says:
    “Dear Postal Customer:

    We sincerely regret the damage to your mail during handling by the Postal Service. We hope this incident did not inconvenience you. We realize that your mail is important to you and that you have every right to expect it to be delivered in good condition.

    Although every effort is made to prevent damage to the mail, occasionally this will occur because of the great volume handled and the rapid processing methods which must be employed to assure the most expeditious distribution possible.

    We hope you understand. We assure you that we are constantly striving to improve our processing methods in order that even a rare occurance may be eliminated.

    Please accept our apologies.


    Your Postmaster”

    Well, whatever was sent to me, it’s on the loose now. I just hope it doesn’t mutate too much.

  • Hahaha, oh no. Actually, we sent you a treat, but I guess the USPS had other plans in mind?

    Where did you post, Facebook, Twitter? Link please, or you can attach the image here.

  • Guest

    I tried to post the pic before, but I’ll try again.

  • Randy Meyer

    The pic wouldn’t show on here, so I posted it on the Facebook page. It worked there.

  • Well, new treat comin’ at ya.

  • melissa crisp

    Sorry. It’s probably too late but its leighannecrisp at yahoo dot com

  • Not at all. The club is open to new members 24/7, 365. Just make sure to complete step 1 to join and you’re in.