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.
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.
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.
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.
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*.
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.