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Halloween Things

Halloween is around the corner and I'm getting into the Halloween mood! Between TV shows, video games, movies, and activities, Halloween is everywhere.

The Walking Dead, iZombie, Scream Queens - All these shows have a horror genre theme. Watching their new episodes every week makes October feel extra spooky and a bit campy.

Video Games 
Left 4 Dead - Adam and I started Left 4 Dead recently and it's so much fun. Also, a little creepy too. At one point in a campaign, I turned my character around really quickly and found myself face to face with a zombie. Well, a scream escaped my mouth and Adam couldn't stop making fun of me. 
Scream 4, The Shining - We buy a lot of second-hand movies from the Hock Shop here. We picked up these movies and figured we'd watch them this month to fit with the Halloween theme. 

24 Hour Halloween Party - Over at IGGPPC we're hosting another Halloween party! We're in the midst of organizing activities and blog posts. I'm very excited for everything. I'll of course be planning a yummy Halloween treat for it.

Pumpkin Carving - We picked up a couple of pumpkins yesterday which means we'll be carving them soon. It's been a tradition every since we started dating and now that we have a house, it's nice to keep them out front and light them on Halloween night. 

Do you have any fun plans for Halloween or leading up to the big night? 
xo Jen


  1. Left 4 Dead is the best - I hate it when you open a door and a Tank is there! So scary!

  2. I haven't played Left 4 Dead in forever. The Witch is terrifying - that music!

    1. The music that plays when the Witch is around will haunt my nightmares!

  3. I LOVE Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2. Some of my favorite games! They're also both really re-playable, which is super important to me in a game.

    1. We have Left 4 Dead 2 in our pile to play. I cannot wait to get to it because I enjoyed the first game so much!


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