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Posted by blueneurosis (125 posts) 1 year, 8 months ago

Poll: What are your Halloween plans? (106 votes)

The Traditional. Costume, trick or treating. Candy. Razor blade apples. 3%
Adult chaperone for kids trick or treating. 0%
Adult getting dressed up for an excuse to get blitzed in a costume. 20%
I live somewhere where Halloween isn't celebrated. 19%
Horror movie marathon. 10%
Horror game marathon. 7%
Horrible game marathon. 5%
Horror youtube clips marathon. 0%
I work a night shift, so nothing. 16%
Every day is Halloween for me. 13%

Just curious. Last year Hurricane Sandy derailed my costumed plans, and this year is looking terribly busy. I'll be lucky if I get to see the costumed zoo that lower Manhattan becomes in passing.

An impromptu drinking game, perhaps. Every time I see one of the costumes featured in the video, drink. Someone in one of the featured costumes with the voice of the guy, shot (and time to go home).

#51 Posted by Hunter5024 (6447 posts) -

Normally I order myself awesome foreign candy that I've never tried before but I decided my money was better spent elsewhere this time. I'll be working until 8pm too. My friends might try to throw a party or something, but I don't drink so those aren't usually very fun. So probably just a normal night.

#52 Posted by MonstroUK (93 posts) -

Just finishing up my Richard mask for my Hotline Miami costume.

#53 Posted by Wolfgame (977 posts) -

What are your Halloween Plans?

Got plans to hang out with my brother, we are gonna play all the way through Costume Quest and its Grubbins on Ice DLC. We actually laid out plans for this about a month ago, so we are looking forward to it, last time I played that game was probably 2 years ago.

#54 Posted by CreepyUncleBrad (205 posts) -

I'll be driving to Burlington, Vermont with some friends to spend Halloween weekend with a friend who goes to school there. We'll probably get really drunk and hop between bars and parties.

#55 Edited by PenguinDust (12841 posts) -

Horror themed internet pornography. Count Fap-ula has arrived.

Do I need an excuse to ogle half-naked girls in costumes? I mean, that candy binge thing. Yes, that is what I meant to reply.

#56 Posted by TheHumanDove (2521 posts) -

I was planning to party, but I think I need a new costume since this one actually looks pretty disturbing. Not gore gross or anything like that, but I went for a black morph suit with this creepy rabbit head, and my friend had the same morph suit with a monkey head. It actually freaks me out a bit, and not in the conventional spooky sense. It just looks...disturbing.

#57 Posted by NegativeCero (3091 posts) -

Editing an assignment to be for the next day. How fun that'll be.

#58 Posted by Ghost_Cat (1549 posts) -

Blue Sky Black Death show, booze, candy, and booze.

#59 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3539 posts) -

Horror movies, like usual.

#60 Posted by MB (14391 posts) -

I voted "C" - been to the same party six times. Costumes required, phones and keys checked at the door, no exceptions. I missed last year, but the year before that there were about 200 people there. My liver is already complaining, that little bitch.

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#61 Posted by Giantstalker (1884 posts) -

Get drunk.


In costume, and possibly in character.

#62 Posted by GnaTSoL (841 posts) -

Avoiding my own door.

#63 Edited by mlarrabee (3261 posts) -

Giant Bomb videos and some... (I'm leaving my keyboard to look through my game case.)

... well, truthfully, probably a new Fallout 3 character. But in the spirit of things, I'll say I'm finally starting Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare.

EDIT: Wait, I may watch The Descent. Patrick said it was good.

#64 Posted by AMonkey (118 posts) -

Halloween doesn't really happen in Singapore, and its on Thursday. So nothing for me.

#65 Posted by PandaBear (1484 posts) -

Have a traditional Australian "Oh it's Halloween... I guess that's why I saw one kid in a costume. But maybe not. Could have been a real kangaroo." kinda night

#66 Posted by MonetaryDread (2403 posts) -

hookers and blow

#67 Posted by ArbitraryWater (12892 posts) -

Sit in my dark basement and probably play questionable video games. Maybe I'll think about playing Silent Hill 2 or socializing with others, but either seems unlikely at my stage in life.

#68 Posted by SaturdayNightSpecials (2536 posts) -

@monstrouk said:

Just finishing up my Richard mask for my Hotline Miami costume.

Nice. The year that Hotline Miami came out was the first time in ages that I wanted to dress up for Halloween. But I never have a reason to dress up.

#69 Posted by Vextroid (1469 posts) -

Studying for an Exam the next day.

#70 Edited by BrunoTheThird (12 posts) -

Huge horror game and movie marathon for me. I am a fairly macabre person anyway, though; I'm not dead, I just mean every day is like Halloween in some way for me because of my tastes in the arts. I'm always seeking out obscure, dark music and films, often foreign, and I'm into moody artwork. Still, my favourite drink is milk, so it kind of balances out.

Movies I'm planning to watch:

John Carpenter's The Thing, Don't Look Now, An American Werewolf in London, Alien, Near Dark, Peeping Tom, George Romero's Martin, Young Frankenstein, Hellraiser, The Exorcist, The 'Burbs, The Lost Boys, Psycho, Omen, Evil Dead.

Games: Lone Survivor, Silent Hill 3, Fatal Frame II, Siren: Blood Curse, Condemned: Criminal Origins, F.E.A.R., Dead Space.

Music: Might stick on Midian and terrify the neighbours. Most likely some soundtrack stuff though. Silent Hill, Siren, Halloween theme, the Rosemary's Baby theme, a song called O Willow Waily http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_annB8AsLcI, Monster Mash, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Phantom of the Opera Overture, etc. If anyone could recommend some good horror soundtracks, or dark electronic music like Gary Numan times ten, that'd be swell *flutters eyelids*.

#71 Posted by jasbir (108 posts) -

Taking my kids trick or treating.

#72 Posted by MonstroUK (93 posts) -

And I'm done!

#73 Posted by Humanity (11849 posts) -

Going to a party but probably not dressing up cause nope.

#74 Edited by NTM (8478 posts) -

None of those. I'll just be sitting at home either playing games; on the computer; watching a movie; just basic things, as people may or may not come ring the doorbell for candy. I honestly never cared for Halloween, even at an early age. It's fine, but I much more prefer Christmas' atmosphere. A few years ago I went with my family to take out my younger cousins, and that was fun; wish we would do it again, but not this year.