Halloween II

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DreamWorks Halloween

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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

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The Day After Halloween

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SpongeBob SquarePants

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Halloween III

Season of the Witch (1982) Tom Atkins

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Playhouse Disney Halloween

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25 Years of Terror (2006) John Ottman

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How to make the Best Halloween Party?

Kids, Teens, and adults will be there. I need Game ideas, food treats, or maybe decorations. Or just give me some tips 🙂

5 Responses to How to make the Best Halloween Party?

  • Alicia says:

    Decorations make it! (cob webs, black lights, fake blood). You dont have to break your budget though. Try walmart, party stores, even thrift shops (we all know they can have some creepy stuff). Also, investing in a cd of spooky halloween sounds always sets the mood!!! Halloween themed snacks are fun, you can always find tons of seasonal recipes (such as spider cupcakes, ghoulish cookies, or pumpkin shaped cheese dip) anywhere including google and the check out line at publix! Also, dry ice is always fun, with water in a "cauldron". You can even make certain steaming beverages with dry ice (just follow the dry ice directions for safety!)

  • KnowItAllGeorge says:

    Bob for apples, scavenger hunt and a pinata for the kids.

    for decorations check out Big Lots, or Michael’s Craft Store

    and for treats how about Sweet and Spicy Popcorn balls call them Ghost Balls

  • violetsalem says:

    Make lots of creepy treats like Witch finger cookies , brain cheese ball , eyeball cookies , cookie cutter ghost , pumpkin whatever sugar cookies .
    tell spooky stories have a costume contest , decorate with lots of black and orange streamers , a cauldron filled with punch
    spider webs , candles , pumpkins , ghosts , things u can get at a halloween type store

    Play halloween movies on the tv and have halloween music playing like monster mash.

    halloween movies like scary god mother , halloweentown , nightmare befor christmas ect.

  • bob -b- c says:

    First you need Dry ice you can find in phone book or a good grocery store.You add to poweraid,koolaid,applejuice.Nothing already carbonated the ice does it for you the smoke is so cool no matter what age.Then you need to go to <buypumpkinteeth.com> Get some teeth and put in watermelon.Put teeth close enought to hold in candy or fresh fruit it makes a cool display.And dont forget to use some in pumpkins they are the hit of the party!! since they are not in stores yet!Then play pass spagetti for intestines and small hard boiled eggs for eyes etc.While you tell a scary story in the dark.My mom did this when we were kids and 30 yrs later i still remeber!Good luck and happy halloween….Order soon we ship same day!!so theres still time….bob

  • BARBARA says:

    I have a couple of suggestions. One, check out dollar stores now. They have cheap decorations but once they run out, they are out. Two, you can then fill-in with items from your local stores (if there is anything left). Three, check out websites for the special unique decorations that will cost more than dollar stores but one or two of these decorations will make your party different from the rest. And these decorations can be used year after year.

    Check out Happy Holidayware.com. Their goal is fun, funky and unusual Halloween decorations.

    http://www.happyholidayware.com/cat.asp?C=HD

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