Children are already trick or treating, Jack O' Lanterns are lined on the streets with varied scary expressions, ready to light the path for the dead souls who'll be roaming the Earth later at All Hallow's Eve. How about you, what are you up to this All Hallow's Eve? Are you going to a Halloween party? Organizing your own party? Or simply staying all cozied up in your living room or bedroom, doing the usual thing?
If you fall under the final category then here are some of the interesting things you can do in the comforts of your own home with your family, celebrating Halloween.
- Scary Movie Marathon - Gather everyone in the house and find the scariest movies you have in your CD collection or in your computer such as classics like Amityville, Exorcist, Interview with a Vampire, Scream and Halloween then play it on your television so you can watch it together with everyone. Don't forget to bring the chips and the sodas before the movie starts. Share the scream and laughter with your family.
- Horrified Reading - Rummage the nearest bookshelf at your home and find yourself a good scary book to keep you company this night. Classics such as Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles, Goosebumps Collection and Stephen King's It. You can also pick from Amazon's top 5 best books for Halloween which includes: (1.) The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury, (2) Summer of Night by Dan Simmons, (3) A Woggle of Witches (Aladdin Books) by Adrienne Adams, (4) In Silent Graves by Gary A. Braunbeck and (5) The Monstrumologist by Richard Yancey.
- Halloween Reminiscing - If you're not going to a Halloween party this night or go on your own trick-or-treating activity, then open those old albums and check out your past Halloweens together with your family. Share your stories back then, why you pick those costumes before and the scary stories you know when you were still a kid. It's a good bonding time for the family.
- Board Games, Anyone? - You're bored so what do we do, play boardgames! It's old school but nothing seriously, I doubt if nobody enjoys playing board games once in a while. Call the kids and play Halloween-themed board games such as Boo-opoly: Halloween version of Monopoly, Zombies, Last Night on Earth or Fury of Dracula.
- Know Halloween - Instead of browsing randomly on the internet, why don't you try searching for Halloween facts and learn interesting things about this celebration. You might be amazed about what you may discover.
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