It’s that time of year again.
A chill is in the air (okay, depending on what day it is though; this back-and-forth weather is getting ridiculous). Leaves are falling. And spooky season is fully upon us.
With Halloween just a few days away, it’s time to embrace all things spooky. Here’s a look at lists of Halloweens past, featuring books, movies and local attractions to help get you in the spirit of things.
Ditch the bad horror films. Read these five short stories and see how many times the knocks on the door make you jump. Hopefully, it’ll just be trick-or-treaters.
Don’t worry; if classic horror films are more your style than books, we’ve got some recommendations for you — and they’re not bad. The best horror movies aren’t the ones that merely shock or gross us out (that’s easy), but those that get under our skin, stay with us and become the stuff of our nightmares.
While killer clowns and sorority house slashers remain the genre’s staples, this decade has been a “golden age” for thoughtful and intriguing horror. Independent film or Hollywood blockbuster, these six scary movies gleefully exploit our contemporary uncertainties in an anxious age.
List compiled by Dr. Mascuch.
There are so many seasonal favorites on Long Island, and sort of like hot sauce (mild, medium and hot), there are different options, some for the meek and some for the more daring. Here are some places that you should check out this Halloween season.
List compiled by Gail Lamberta, Ph.D., associate dean of community development, professor and chair of recreation and leisure studies, and coordinator of experiential learning. As this list is from 2016, some information may now be outdated.
During this unique time of celebration and superstition, there’s no better place to be than New York City. These are our top five haunted places that should be on every New Yorker’s list.
As this list was compiled in 2016, some information may now be outdated.