How to embrace every element of the spooky season
Changing leaves and crisp, cool air shouldn’t be the only indicators telling you that Halloween is on its way. In fact, if you haven’t sought after where to buy horror collectibles in Las Vegas and beyond, you clearly aren’t unwinding and embracing the spirit of the season to its fullest. So, hang on tight, ghouls as we dive into some of the best, devilish activities for embellishing the most dreadful holiday of the year.
Catch up on your favorite horror movies
Whether you feel safe enough to attend a local theatre showing of some time-honored flicks or you possess an assorted collection of horror and Halloween-themed films at your disposal, nothing quite rings in the spooky season like a few candle-lit evenings spent watching some terrifying classics.
While many horror aficionados revel in the idea of blood and gore, others want to enjoy the weeks leading up to Halloween with their families. So, be entertained by our suggested list of movies featuring some of your most beloved foes.
Horror movies for adults:
- Trick R’ Treat
- Friday the 13th
- Child’s Play
- A Nightmare on Elm Street
- The Thing
- The Exorcist
- The Shining
- Night of the Living Dead
- The Silence of the Lambs
- The Fly
- The Blair Witch Project
- The Terrifier
- Sleepy Hollow
- Pet Sematary
- The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Horror movies for kids:
- The Addam’s Family
- Hocus Pocus
- A Nightmare Before Christmas
- Corpse Bride
- It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
Listen to some festive tunes
Although the holiday season is better known for its joyful hymns, that doesn’t mean that you can’t be chipper when listening to the classic soundtracks from the spooky season. So, why not create the ultimate Halloween tune playlist on YouTube and crank up your speakers to the likes of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and “The Monster Mash”?
If you haven’t already, it’s time for you to start placing some spider webs and boo-tiful window decals in and around your crypt. Other items such as tombstones, pumpkin lights, and monsters on a stake are fun, inviting decorations that can be left until closer to Halloween to ensure that they aren’t stolen from the grounds of your haunted house.
Whether you stick to a theme or aim to create a ghostly graveyard, once mid-October hits, your house should be like something straight out of a horror movie. So, regardless if you currently own tubs full of Halloween decor, you’re probably wondering where to buy more horror collectibles in Las Vegas and beyond, which is why Nightmare Toys has you covered. If you don’t live locally, our online website is available for your purchasing needs 24/7, offering prompt, global shipping options. It’s okay, you can scream!
What else do you do to celebrate the spooky season? Drop some suggestions for other readers below.