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What are some adult Halloween games or good movies for a party?

I don’t want games like pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey, but I don’t want games that involve like blow jobs or something like that. I need something in the middle. Anyway, what are some adult Halloween games older teens could play? Or some scary, but GOOD, movies? I don’t want anything like the never ending saga of SAW or whatever, I want suspenseful movies and such. I just need some good ideas! Please help!

9 Responses to What are some adult Halloween games or good movies for a party?

  • Jackie says:

    Adults don’t play games. We just drink cocktails and complain about work.

    WHy don’t you TP a friend’s house?

  • Nesha says:

    Halloween isn’t just for kids anymore. Plenty of adults celebrate the day as well. Halloween parties are a common event for many adults these days. If you’re planning a party of your own, here are some fun adult Halloween games to liven it up.

    Photo Scavenger Hunt

    The object of a photo scavenger hunt is to get pictures of all the items using a digital camera or a Polaroid camera so the pictures can be judged right away.

    Break your guests up into several small groups and give each of them a list of items they have to find. They can all get the same items or you can make each one different if you don’t want them tripping over one another in their search.

    They head out on foot or by car to find the items and take pictures of themselves with each one. I like to make them find someone to take their picture if possible – if the whole group isn’t in each one, they get penalized.You can choose the winner by the first team to finish, the team with the most creative pictures or whatever criteria you want.

    Make the scavenger hunt items fit the theme of your party. You could use a tombstone, a hockey mask, red paint or a horror movie poster for example.

    Pumpkin Bowling

    This one is fun for any age, really, but adults can have a lot of fun with it.

    Partially fill ten 2 liter pop bottles with water to weight them down, then decorate them to fit the theme of your party.

    Set them up in the standard 10 pin layout.

    Have your guests "bowl" with pumpkins. The smaller gourds usually work best, or at least smaller pumpkins. Round ones tend to roll better but the ones that aren’t as perfect make the game a lot more challenging.

    Pumpkin Carving

    A lot of people have switched to painting pumpkins rather than carving, both for safety and for longer lasting jack-o-lanterns. But carving is still the best in my opinion. There’s nothing that says Halloween like the light of a candle flickering through the face of a pumpkin.

    You can buy carving kits at most craft and hobby stores around Halloween, with small tools for more detailed carving.

    They usually come with stencils as well but for this game you’ll probably want to leave it up to your guests to do freestyle.

    You can judge the game in several ways – the first to finish their pumpkin, the most creative (in your judgement or the entire group’s), the scariest, etc.

  • Chelsey says:

    apple bobin it dosen’t have to be apples

    answer mine plz
    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091006193540AAbJ2iP

  • ? says:

    try this hongkong movie
    Rule Number One

    the chinese name is ???

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  • Kerri says:

    Consider a Halloween themed treasure hunt that can run throughout your event. Check out http://www.mastersofthehunt.com/adults-scavenger-hunt.php The Haunted Hunt was designed to be hosted at an adult Halloween party. Have fun!

  • 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.And no matter how old you are the smoke and bubbling is cool!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..Ps please tell your friends about us we need the help!

  • Sarah P says:

    You could do a halloween murder mystery http://www.partygameideas.com/halloween-games/index-murder_mystery_party.php

    Also are guests in costume? If they are consider games where they won’t damage their costumes. Pen and paper trivia games http://www.partygameideas.com/halloween-games/monster_trivia_4.php or printable ones like Charades – found that on this page at the bottom http://www.partygameideas.com/halloween-games/printable_games.php

    Also you can do scavenger hunts in groups http://www.partygameideas.com/halloween-games/index-adult-games_4.php

    They also have make your own story or make creative movies based on a haunting theme, those would be fun if you have a creative group. Here is a long list of do it yourself game ideas http://www.partygameideas.com/halloween-games/games-list.php

    Teen games that might work would include Capture the Pumpkins – this involves running around and is best if guests are not in costume. http://partygameideas.com/halloween-games/capture_pumpkin_4.php

    Another game is Halloween Trick or Treat Fear Factor – Gross but perfect for teens http://partygameideas.com/halloween-games/fear_factor_4.php

    As for movies, this site had a good list including classics, comedy horror and more. http://giftideacenter.com/Holiday/Halloween/movies.php

    Have fun and good luck
    Sarah

    Have fun
    Sarah

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