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

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History of Halloween

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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

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Playhouse Disney Halloween

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Halloween

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What are some good Halloween ideas for a party with alot of people?

I’m having my first halloween party with a bunch of friends and i don’t want it to suck.. what are some good ideas & good foods?

3 Responses to What are some good Halloween ideas for a party with alot of people?

  • ladydi says:

    Skeletal Relay

    Have teams of two or three people. They will build a skeleton. Each person has to pick a part, run to where the skeleton will be put together, and then, tape or pin the skeleton together. The person runs back and the next person takes a piece of skeleton–get plastic ones from dollar store.

    HALLOWEEN BALLOON POP: Get a bunch of orange and black balloons. Write little dares on pieces of paper (ex: “Tell a ghost story” or “Run outside and scream like a witch as loud as you can.”) Place these notes in the balloons as you are blowing them up

    GUESS WHAT’S IN THE COFFIN: Get a plastic coffin from a party store and place a bunch of crazy ingredients in it. Guests have to try to guess which body part they are touching. Here are some suggestions:
    Hair: grass or yarn tends to work well
    Brains: cooked spaghetti (with vegetable oil on it)
    Eyeballs: peeled grapes
    Skin: softened tortillas
    Teeth: unpopped popcorn
    Fingers: cold French fries
    Guts: cold (cooked) oatmeal
    *Note: if you don’t want to buy a coffin box, you can use a bucket or a shoe box!

    Mummy Wrap—hand out 2 rolls of toilet paper to teams of 2…object is to roll up other teammate in the paper like a mummy….first person who uses all their paper first is the winner.

    Hang donuts by a string from a doorway…guests are blindfolded and have to get donut without using hands

    Bobbing for apples….can add to this by then having them bob for marshmallow hidden in plate of flour (have towels ready for clean up)

    Pumpkin Bowling using empty liter or 2 liter bottles painted white like ghosts and filled partway with sand (or kitty litter, gravel or stones) and having small pumpkins to bowl with. Anyone who breaks a pumpkin is out. Templates for "Bingo Bowling" are online for the teams.

    Runaway Balloons: orange and black balloons….teams have to keep their color up in the air and try to knock down other color. Last color remaining is winning team.

    (Hand out candy bars for prizes)….or glow in the dark stuff

    Food ideas: Witches’ fingers, Deviled Eyeballs, Flayed Face or Meathead (cold cuts), spider cookies made from Oreos and string licorice and frosting 2 m&m’s for eyes, http://www.divinedinnerparty.com/halloween-recipe-ideas.html (for these ideas and more)

    Halloween Baby Bats Recipe:
    Things You’ll Need: (adjust recipe for how many you’ll need)

    * 1 Dozen Whole Chicken Wings
    * 1 (5 oz.) Bottle Lite Soy Sauce
    * 4 Tbsp. Brown Sugar
    * 1 tsp. Prepared Mustard
    * 1/2 tsp. Garlic Powder (or crushed Garlic Clove)(That keeps the vampires at bay. ..;)

    Read more: How to bake Halloween Baby Bat Wings | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4503661_bake-halloween-baby-bat-wings.html#ixzz13T5IbSiO
    1. Prepare whole chicken wings by cutting off tips (I do not use the wing tips for this recipe. I freeze them to make chicken stock later or add them to my Chicken Feet Soup recipe.) Place wings in a 9×13 pan.
    2.Mix soy sauce, brown sugar, prepared mustard and garlic together with a wire whisk until smooth and pour over wings in the pan.
    3.Marinate in refrigerator for a minimum of 6 hours or overnight, turning wings often.
    4 Place the pan with the marinate in an oven that is pre-heated to 325 degrees and Bake for 1 hour and 15 minutes.
    5. Remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly. Arrange on your serving plate and garnish as desired.

    serve pizza, sodas, bottled water or create some halloween drinks (recipe for gross looking drinks online)….or take glasses and drizzle light Karo corn syrup tinted red around the rims and let dry thoroughly before using (looks like dripping blood)—can also freeze gummy worms in ice cubes.

    and don’t forget to decorate like crazy and play a few tunes of Halloween music (Thriller, Witch Doctor, Ghostbusters, Monster Mash, Werewolves of London to name a few) EDIT: here’s a site with lots of suggestions for good Halloween music..http://www.squidoo.com/halloween_party_songs

  • Sarah P says:

    Teens or adults? Costumes or no costumes? Here are a few Halloween ideas

    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

  • Tang says:
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