Halloween II

(Collector's Edition) (1981) Jamie Lee Curtis

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Halloween

(Two-Disc Special Edition) (2007) Malcolm McDowell

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DreamWorks Halloween

Double Pack (Scared Shrekless / Monsters vs Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins From Outer Space)

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History of Halloween

The Haunted History of Halloween (History Channel) (A&E DVD Archives) (2005)

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Return to Halloweentown

(Ultimate Secret Edition) (2006) Sara Paxton

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The Day After Halloween

(Katarina's Nightmare Theater) Sigrid Thornton

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SpongeBob SquarePants

Halloween (1999) Tom Kenny

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Halloween III

Season of the Witch (1982) Tom Atkins

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Playhouse Disney Halloween

(Just Say Boo/A Spookie Ookie Halloween) (1998) Cole Caplan

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Halloween

25 Years of Terror (2006) John Ottman

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halloween games ??????????????????

im planning a halloween party for the 16(i know its too early but anyway) i just wanted to know if you guys know some games we could.
not videogames.

5 Responses to halloween games ??????????????????

  • The Unquiet Grave says:
  • Tiffany says:

    you could bob for apples…..best impersonations…..best costume…..u can have a dance off to creepy music

  • Ohgd--x says:

    one game iv played at a halloween party when i was younger, that i completely loved, was "guess what it is" basically you put food in bowls such as peeled grapes (which you say is eyeballs) and wet spaghetti(brains) and put a black rag over it so people cant see then they guess what each thing really was. i found it fun(:

  • scorp9411 says:

    ok here are a few..

    costume contest. give out prizes for "scariest", "funniest", "best couple costumes", "most original", etc.

    cut out ten paper spiders for each guest, and pin each one individually to each person’s costumes. then, whenever someone says the word "halloween", (or whatever, you want it to be something commonly used around october) whoever calls it gets one of the person’s spiders, and pins it on her/himself. whoever has the most spiders at the end of the party wins.

    bobbing for apples is a classic

    this one requires some prep, but it’s fun. before the party, put these items in separate plastic bags, and then put the plastic bags in their own individual paper bags:
    bag1: peeled grapes (eyeballs) bag2: cooked spaghetti (intestines) bag3: laytex glove filled with dirt, rocks, and flour, and tied off (hand) bag4: an old head of cabbage or caloflower (brain) bag5: cooked lima beans (kidneys)
    invent more body parts and put them in bags 🙂 then, tell your guests to put their hands in the bags and feel around without looking. tell them what bodypart each item is, but do not tell them what they really are. then, have all of the guests write down on a sheet of paper what they think each item really is. the one who guesses the most right wins.

    get a bunch of medium sized pumpkins at the supermarket, and have a pumpkin carving contest. this is really fun, we did it outside so that pumpkin glop didn’t get all over the house.

    candy makes good prizes 😀 have fun!!!

  • Wishes are Fishes says:

    Give everyone at the party five tokens (bats, spiders, skulls, whatever.) The guests are to go around scaring each other. When one guest scares another guest, the one that got scared has to give a token to the scarer. Whoever has the most tokens at the end of the night wins. (You’ll need a bowl of "extra tokens" for people who get scared so many times they run out of tokens. The extra tokens should look different from the regular tokens.)

    This one requires prep work, but you can do it with friends. Peel 1-2 dozen apples and carve faces into them. Leave them in a dark, dry place for a week. They’ll shrivel up and turn brown. You can then use them to play "shrunken head hunt" or "bobbing for shrunken heads."

    One that’s classic but doesn’t actually relate to Halloween is the donut eating contest. Hang some donuts from the ceiling with string at head level, one for each player. The players keep their hands behind their backs and race to see who can eat their donut first.

    The book "Little Brother" suggests a simple vampire game: Everyone is a vampire. They all stand in a big group. Everybody finds someone to pair with and says "Bite bite bite bite bite" (5X). Whoever in the pair finishes saying it first wins, and the loser leaves the floor. The winner then pairs off with the next available vampire.

    You can get a person to lurk outside for the first hour of the party, scratching at doors and windows. Then, try to get people to go one at a time outside looking for the "monster." I’m not sure how much this would creep out adults, but kids would definitely get scared. The monster is, of course, welcome to scare the lone victim in whatever way he sees fit.

    Find a recipe for edible blood online. Have a blood-chugging contest. This is a fantastic game for a drinking party, not only because your guests love to chug, but because when they get sick later on, it’ll look like they’re vomiting blood. (This can get expensive and it’s hard to predict how much blood will be drunk. I suggest buying much more than you think you’ll need, keeping the receipt, and returning unused ingredients after the party.)

    You can use leftover blood from the blood-chugging contest to fingerpaint. I think the only age group this wouldn’t work for is teenagers– adults will love this chance to relive childhood memories!

    Play the "organ feeling game," only instead of using spaghetti and peeled grapes, use real organs from the butcher. Wash them in antibacterial soap first and have people wash their hands afterwards.

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