November 1st is always a depressing day for me. Halloween, one of the biggest nights of the year, is now over. No more haunted houses, kids trick or treating, or ghosts and goblins for a whole year. So, we have changed our site back from its more ghoulish-look and will resume our regularly-scheduled program. However, we had fantastic fun at various events like the LA Haunted Hayride, Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights, and Knott’s Scary Farm – to name just a few. What’s next? Thanksgiving, the December commercial-religious holiday of your particular persuasion, and New Year’s. We would like to thank @IsItOctoberYet for helping us gather a lot of this coverage (they are some awesome people we love working with) and we look forward to what next year’s twister “haunt minds” think up next! Until then, BOO!

In honor of my favorite holiday, let’s look back on some of our Halloween season coverage:

New Movies:


Grave Encounters 2

Haunted Attractions:

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

Universal Studios Hollywood – Halloween Horror Nights

Knott’s Scary Farm Halloween Haunt

Six Flags Great Adventure Fright Fest

Great America’s Halloween Haunt

Winchester Mystery House Fright Nights

Sinister Pointe

Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

Human Roast House

The Empty Grave

Haunted Hollywood Sports


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Jerry Paxton

A long-time fan and reveler of all things Geek, I am also the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of