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    I've always been indifferent to Halloween....I don't hate it, but it's another one of those holidays that I think are a lame excuse to get drunk (I have felt this way since long before I got sober, cinco de mayo, new years, st. patty's, just be honest, you want to get drunk, you don't need a holiday to do it), so I don't really get into it.

    As such, for a few years now, a good friend of mine have been trying to get an "event" together where we get in the "spirit" of Halloween, but without all the bullshit...last year was our first actual gathering and this year we're evolving, and hopefully years to come, we'll continue the party

    We named it scaretacular, cause it's stupid and amusing (to us)....we're always looking for movies to add to our list for years to come, and, if anything comes of this thread, perhaps we can make some swaps

    Because of schedules and things, our first night is 10/31 and going through the weekend of Friday and Saturday...our mostly set schedule is:

    Thursday Night: Poltergeist
    Friday: Wicker Man (wanted to start days with something amusing), It Follows, Us, Midsommar
    Saturday: Happy Death Day 2 U, Conjuring 2, *play a murder mystery game*, Witch

    We've discussed party games throughout like electing movies for awards like the Razzies (Horries) and Oscar's (Oscare's), Horror Film Trope Bingo, "Worst Decision" Contest, and so on

    Any movies/games the wheat would recommend? Anything you do alternative to Drink and hope to see a slutty bumble bee costume?

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    I'm not a fan of scary movies, but even if I was, that's a lot of sitting around in front of a t.v. that sounds boring. Need to incorporate something more active into this. Go out and try to scare the trick-or-treators or go to a haunted house or something.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by WolfShirtSophomore View Post
      I'm not a fan of scary movies, but even if I was, that's a lot of sitting around in front of a t.v. that sounds boring. Need to incorporate something more active into this. Go out and try to scare the trick-or-treators or go to a haunted house or something.
      ha, we discussed that, lot of sitting down, and there will be breaks, but the point of it is to watch a lot of movies...also mystery science theater style where adding commentary is encouraged....it's a work in progress for sure

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Joe Norris View Post

        ha, we discussed that, lot of sitting down, and there will be breaks, but the point of it is to watch a lot of movies...also mystery science theater style where adding commentary is encouraged....it's a work in progress for sure
        Rocky Horror.

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        • #5
          You need to rig up some sort of device that will make it look like somebody is lurking outside the window periodically. Scare the shit out of your guests.

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          • #6
            Halloween is my favorite holiday on account of I love both the undead and whores.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by FrobozMumbar View Post
              Halloween is my favorite holiday on account of I love both the undead and whores.

              So do you pray every night for Marilyn Monroe to rise from the grave?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by WolfShirtSophomore View Post


                So do you pray every night for Marilyn Monroe to rise from the grave?
                I like making love to graveyard girls
                Bone white skin, dirty curls

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                • #9
                  Showgirls.

                  You think everything is okay then.... omg.... she's going to dance again!

                  Plus you have the advantage of exactly 1,311 tits. I counted them.

                  Or, as an alternative, there's Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon. Fun movie.
                  Last edited by beakumhawks; 2 weeks ago.

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                  • #10
                    If you want to watch a real horror movie, might I recommend Elysium.

                    A world that is already starving suddenly has every disease cured. No more death. Just endless procreation, more and more and more humans ever consuming more and more and more resources.

                    Gives me chills just thinking about it.

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                    • #11
                      Binge watch "The Twilight Zone." It's a pretty cool series; it's not a typical "horror movie" kind of thing, but still appropriate for Halloween. Plus, the episodes are like 20 - 25 minutes each. You can watch an episode or two, then get up and take a break, and then go back and watch some more.

                      It's kind of fun to see what people in the late '50s/early '60s considered "sci fi". Some of it is actually kind of funny in light of modern Sci-Fi stuff.

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                      • #12
                        There's always Faces of Death (1978) and the sequels.

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                        • #13
                          ^^^ Would a prequel to Faces of Death be porn?

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                          • #14
                            Have you considered a blood sacrifice?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by beakumhawks View Post
                              ^^^ Would a prequel to Faces of Death be porn?
                              Would that have been called Prefaces of Death?

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