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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 Debate Continues: Is Physical Media Going Away?

The short answer is of course “No,” physical media will never go away entirely. However, as with most things, the truth is more nuanced and it’s definitely naive to ignore the way things have been trending over the past decade. You can’t stop progress. New technology always has and always will change the landscape of

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A Quick Glance at Texas Chain Saw Massacre DLC

Find review of the full game here. New maps, family, victims, executions, outfits, and weapon skins, but they ain’t cheap. Fortunately, I get review copies for free, but if I had to pay, I don’t think I would. I understand the base game is only $40 and it isn’t cheap to maintain an online game

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Halloween Costume Contest — 2023

Winner 🎉 This year’s winner is: Nightmare Before Christmas Sally Congrats! 🥂 Email me to collect your prize. Permalink: halloweenlove.com/contest The Costumes Displayed randomly. Click to enlarge. Please note that “Likes” have no impact on winner selection and are purely for reader participation only. Sponsors And Donors Like These If you would like to be

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Goodbye My Friend, Jennifer Strange, One Neat, Spooky Kid

I just found out my friend Jen died. I used to think it was tacky to share these things online, especially social media because it’s public and not “real,” but what is the purpose of interacting with other humans in any form, if not for real connection? We may have just been “Twitter friends,” but

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The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Game Review

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre comes to us from the same developer of Friday the 13th, Gun Media. Despite one major deviation from the structure of Friday the 13th, if you enjoyed that game, you’ll probably enjoy this one too. That major deviation comes in the form of taking the asymmetrical 1v7 style and going

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Resident Evil 4 Remake Review

The original Resident Evil 4, released back in 2005, is considered by most fans to be the best RE game of all-time, and one of the best games of all-time in general in the minds of many gamers (I would agree). Since it was a masterpiece already, the remake doesn’t veer too far from the

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The House of the Dead: Remake Review

The House of the Dead: Remake was a blast from the past! It’s safe to say that it’ll never be possible to entirely recreate that magical feeling of playing arcade games at home, but at least we can play at our own pace, for “free,” and actually get to play the whole game through whereas

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Destroy All Humans! 2 – Reprobed (2022) Review

This will be an even shorter review than my review of 2020’s remake of Destroy All Humans!. All I really need to say for Destroy All Humans! 2 – Reprobed is… ditto. It’s just as beautiful and just as fun, but a whole lot bigger, with maps in the US, UK, Japan, Russia, and the