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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.

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The Tragedy of Westworld

I was a fan of Westworld years before it was ever even conceived as a TV show, that’s because, and some of you may not know this, it was first a movie (released in 1973). The movie itself was well-made, but the concept was what made it special. It’s such a fun concept, the kind

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Halloween Costume Contest — 2022

Permalink: halloweenlove.com/contest Sponsors And Donors Like These If you would like to be a sponsor, please email me. The contest doesn’t open for costume submissions until October 1st, but we’re now taking sponsorships and donations. See last year’s contest. To sponsor or donate to this year’s contest, simply: Make a Donation (of $1 or more

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Cryptid Plushies Book Giveaway

Bertie is our winner! Enter for a chance to win a copy of A Crochet World of Creepy Creatures and Cryptids: Take a Look See more of creator Rikki Gustafson‘s work on Etsy. How to Enter Follow on Instagram Comment Below Winner Selection 1 winner will be selected on July 20th. Good luck!

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Growing up, I loved movies so much, I wanted to make them. I was indeed that one kid in the group who carried a video camera around with them wherever our circle of friends went. I filmed everything, made short films, sketches, pranks, interviewed people, the whole shebang. Somewhere along the way, life beat me

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Review of Indie Game 35MM

I’ve said it a million times and I’ll say it again, I love walking simulators. You’ll never hear me use the phrase in a derogatory way. 35MM, developed by indie game developer Sergey Noskov and ported from PC to consoles (where I play games) by publisher Sometimes You, is almost entirely a walking simulator, with

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Franchise Has a Serious Identity Problem

The first four movies in the franchise are canon, then there’s the 2003 remake, a prequel to the remake, and finally things really go off the rails after this, where we now have three separate movies that pull the whole “none of the sequels exist except for the original movie” timeline trick, which has most

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Review of Matrix Resurrections

Disclaimer: I did not see the movie in theaters, and while I stopped going to the movies years ago, The Matrix is different. I think an argument could be made for a movie like this needing to be seen in theaters more than any other movie in existence because it really is more of an