BOO! Did I scare you? Probably not, but if that’s about the level of tolerance you have for all things terrifying then chances are you won’t be watching the latest bloodthirsty horror fest this Halloween.
And you don’t need to. There are loads of creepy, but not spine-chilling, spooktacular films that are perfect for Halloween, especially if you’re not heading out trick or treating or to a party in some hair-raising fancy dress costume.
So if you want a quiet (cross your fingers you’re not disturbed by some creeps) night in then bar the door and keep the garlic close by and settle down with one of these classic Halloween films.
Something wicked this way comes and as All Hallow’s Eve approaches, the shops match the autumnal feel in the air, with orange pumpkins, hideous masks and spooky accessories everywhere.
I love Halloween, perhaps because it’s the one occasion when people don’t mind dressing up! I mean really, how hard is it to put on a black dress and a pointy hat, or rip up some clothes from a charity shop and cover them with fake blood?
We’ve scoured the internet to find some utterly phantomtastic Halloween costumes so that you can be the life death of the party… and hopefully scare a few people!
Half term is fast approaching, but it doesn’t have to fill you with dread!
Yes there may be rain, yes it may be cold and… yes you might want to shed a tear or two, but never fear, we’ve done the research for you and found some ghoulishly good activities that will keep your kids entertained this Halloween half term.