4 Halloween Movies You Probably Haven't Seen And Totally Should

4 Halloween Movies You Probably Haven't Seen And Totally Should

Have you heard of "The Good Witch" series? This Halloween season, make sure you check it out along with these other great flicks!


Let's start with my personal fave, shall we?

In the fall of 2008, Hallmark aired a movie called "The Good Witch" for part of their Halloween special. As we're so used to watching Halloween movies about BAD witches, this Halloween movie is about a good witch.

The story is set in Middleton, USA but the movie was filmed in Canada.

It's about a woman named Cassandra Nightingale, known as Cassie, who moves to a new town to start a new life. She's very different. She bought an old abandoned house and reopened a vacant shop that became her own store. Her store sells candles, essential oils, and other things.

Local police chief Jake Russell and his family are immediately drawn to Cassie and her kindness and helpfulness and care for people.

But the wife of the Mayor of Middleton does not like her and the change she is bringing. She thinks she is strange.

Jake Russell and his family along with Cassie do everything they can to keep the mayor's wife from protesting.

There are four other movies in this series after the first one. They follow Cassie and the family as they get older, and the movies are feel-good festive movies, so go ahead and watch them!

Aside from my personal fave, check out these other great flicks to make this Halloween season the one to beat.

1. Clue

This 1985 cult classic, based on the eponymous board game, is funny, campy and has enough double entendres to get your Netflix and Chill session started off right.

2. Rubber 

A telekinetic tire rolls around killing people. Stylish and weirdly unsettling, this one will make you give that spare tire a second glance.

3. A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

An Iranian Vampire Western. If that alone won't get you enough hipster movie cred, it's also in black and white with subtitles. It's a romance too, so you know, that helps.

4. Let The Right One In

Another vampire romance, this time with kids. Bonus points if you watch the original Swedish version.

Hope you enjoy!

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A Collection Of Unsettling Haiku

Here's some creepy haiku to get you in that Halloween mood!

In celebration of the month of October, here's a small collection of creepy haiku written by yours truly.

she wakes to the sound

of footsteps

at the end of her bed

twenty deep cuts

she slices another

on his pale wrists

a little girl walks alone

dragging her bear behind her

empty sockets staring down

she patiently irons

the dress

she was killed in

a winter storm

the wind’s screams

drown out her own

doing her makeup

under the blacklight

blood never looked so bright

she stands in the front of the mirror

it's not her reflection

that stares back

killing time

she stabs

at her fingers

hands searching in the dark

until they slide

against a bare chest

the train speeds on down the tracks

taking her body

with it

she sobs over the death

of her

imaginary friend

I watch as my dead wife

stands by the stove

cooking breakfast

empty graveyard

her hands slide over

moss-covered gravestones

a wolf howls somewhere

alone in the forest

the light of my flashlight goes out

I shiver in fear

my chains rattle

as I hear his footsteps

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The Holiday Season In Disney Described By These 6 Gifs

Holidays in Disney are a little different in Disney compared to everyone else..


If you're anything like me and know way too much about Disney or just love it, you'll know that the holidays in Disney tend to be a little different then in other places.

1. It's late August and Fall decorations begin to enter the parks.


It's only late August and it is still in the 90s in Florida but everyone is excited because all of the Fall decorations are entering the park and Halloween parties are about to start!

2. Don't worry. It's October now, Fall is actually starting.


It's finally Fall, which means all of the country is excited for PSL at Starbucks. While everyone at Disney has already been enjoying all the Fall food and drink specials for weeks now.

3. It's not even October 31st and it feels like Disney has been celebrating Halloween for 3 years now.


Halloween and Fall have been celebrated in Disney for so long. We aren't sure if we missed it or if it has even happened at all yet.

4. It's October 31st, which means it's finally Halloween for real this time.


We finally made it to Halloween after celebrating it for almost 2 months! Yay, good job Disney!

5. November 1st can only mean one thing. Christmas is starting now.


It's officially Christmas in Disney! Now we get to celebrate Christmas for the next 2 months! Hold on to your Santa hats everyone.

6. If you're wondering, Thanksgiving is the forgotten Holiday.


No Thanksgiving celebrations in Disney! Just Halloween and Christmas, sorry to all of the Thanksgiving lovers out there.

If you're anything like me and love Disney, the holidays tend to be a little different there. Disney does Halloween and Christmas right every year, but sometimes we just want to celebrate those holidays one day out of the year instead of 2 months each.

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