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Halloween Decorations are Stupid

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25 Responses to Halloween Decorations are Stupid

  • don witt says:

    Morning from Ga!?

  • David Duffin says:

    Love Halloween so much, i am a little sad i am too old to out though :/
    just have to dress up and sit in my room :V?

  • LawnBowlerUK says:

    For every like this comment gets, Justin Bieber will get a bullet shot at
    its head. ?

  • PlasmaBoom says:

    There is this one house I went to once while trick or treating where I
    turned around at the door and left without getting candy, because the guy
    wanted kids to go inside his house to get the candy. Like he made his
    living room a haunted house. Screw that. Not going into a strangers house. ?

  • SilverStarGazer says:

    I don’t understand why you think your neighbor’s effort isn’t worth it when
    you said yourself that you enjoy his decorations. That’s the whole point.
    It’s no different than doing Christmas displays.?

  • MIchael Miller says:

    Our neighbours, last year, painted their house completely black (minus the
    minor dark wood trimming). After Halloween, we thought they’d paint their
    ludicrous project back; but no. Through the harsh winter, and finally into
    spring, they still haven’t done it. They’re keeping it solid black.?

  • Christine Hensley says:

    I went to a house where a guy had candy and red apples with pinholes in
    them!! He insisted I take the apples, there good for you!!!! I took the
    candy!!!!! ?????

  • lilly bee says:

    Anyone else gagging when he put the tape in his mouth ??

  • TheMurf says:

    What do your crew actually do??

  • calebargh says:

    Last year we moved into our new house and when halloween came around most
    of the kids that came to the door were being rude little cusses. Wanting to
    pick their own candy bar, saying they didn’t like certain candy, putting
    candy back and grabbing another, not wanting me to put a piece in their
    bowl, but wanted to choose their own etc. Take what’s given to you, you
    ungrateful little jerks! This isn’t a buffet! So this year I’m handing out
    vuvuzelas to the kids so they’ll annoy the parents when they get home,
    that’ll teach ’em.?

  • Lovi Poekimo says:

    It’s always fun to see Halloween decorations, but they just require a LOT
    of work! And, you only get to enjoy them for a very brief time, unlike
    Christmas which is like 3 months-long here in the Philippines. I think I’ll
    just enjoy somebody else’s Halloween decor.?

  • MaMastoast says:

    Christmas has pagan origins too guys 😛 just saying?

  • Mark Tirondola says:

    Has anyone ever seen the tv special on the family that is obsessed with
    Christmas blow up decorations? They’re insane haha they have like over 100
    blow up characters and when some rip or break they either bring it to there
    mother to sew it up or if its not fixable they “bury” the decoration as a
    memorial haha insane people out there. ?

  • xcarriejx says:

    I live in the countryside in Ireland so we get nobody coming to our house
    on Halloween. I wish we had trick or treaters here… the costumes are
    hilarious on some kids! The worst situation when we were kids & trick or
    treating was getting PEANUTS or ORANGES in our bags. Now that I’ve grown
    up, I wanted to relive that again and tried to find peanuts (in the shell)
    in the supermarket and it seems that people don’t buy them anymore? what??
    It’s just all sweets now. :(?

  • Joshvictus says:

    Totally agree with Rhett’s theory on Halloween even though I’m a Christian.
    Still hate all the other super festive holidays aside from Thanksgiving of
    course. ?

  • raggedy-smith says:

    The state I live in is notorious for hauntings, paranormal phenomenon,
    witch trials and witchcraft, etc. so Halloween is a big deal here. But I
    always fell like something is missing when I don’t celebrate Samhain as
    well.?

  • ThatFancyPenn says:

    Ya know an awesome idea for decoration would be to have one of those bowls
    that says “Take 1 per person” and have a little camera hooked up so you can
    see the bowl, and if anyone takes more than one then the lights go off and
    thunder noises start and then there’s fog and you swipe down from god knows
    where and freak them out somehow telling them that you should have only
    taken one and that since they betrayed your trust, they shouldn’t get any
    candy and take their whole bag and run off into the sky laughing.

    That would create some mixed emotions for people.?

  • Ryan Perry says:

    My family and I don’t celebrate Halloween. ?

  • Johnny Codemunch says:

    I am not only left handed.
    But was born Oct 31’st 1985. If i had been born 100 year’s earlier.

    burned at the stake for being a witch.

    Whew.. dodged that bullet. ?

  • Kayter Tot "Panda" says:

    I stopped “trick-or-treating” when I was 12 or 13 I think, after that I
    just gave out candy every year, and I love seeing the smiles on the kids
    faces.

    I’m 22 now, and this year I’m going to a retirement home where lots of kids
    like to visit every Halloween and help them pass out candy to the kids..
    Not as many kids around my neighborhood the past few years thanks to
    downtown and the neighboring cities. ?

  • Marc Cobain says:

    Is Halloween a holiday in America??

  • Left4Donut says:

    If I lived in a neighborhood that was Trick-Or-Treated regularly on
    Halloween, and I had the cash to spare, I’d decorate my yard and porch with
    all sorts of spoopy stuffs. Also, I’d get a huge plastic tub or barrel and
    fill it to the brim with tonnes of candy and put a sign up that says, “Take
    as much as you want!” because I’m cool like that :P?

  • Across the Echoes says:

    Technically, Halloween IS an anti-holiday, since “holiday” is a corruption
    of Old English “holy day,” and Halloween celebrates the opposite of
    holiness.?

  • EmofacePS3 says:

    lol i had a friend that would take everything including the bowl if he came
    up to a house that had a bowl out front and a sign saying to only take 1?

  • TDPEquinox says:

    i put a bowel but i put an empty one out with a note saying take one.
    That makes them think that i care enough to put it out, and i dont have to
    buy any candy..?

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