Previous thread >>29974809Some spooky links for your viewing pleasure:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9ltwRDR_4E&feature=youtu.behttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuZ0-dCPqRAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zO3ecu5wQTw&t=55shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e13nQ3N1Hx4Post your favorite comfy kino. Anything and everything spooky is welcome!
some vidya spooky wallpapers.
>>30001849Currently going through season two of Beyond Belief : Fact or Fiction. God it's so good
>>30002142Love that shit. I need to catch up on the new Unsolved Mysteries
>>30002160I can't get over how the theme song sounds like this one Halo song
>>30001849I got this google drive link that anon gave me ages ago called:>Happy Halloween -x- by Fake Namerson.>It has some audio, books, comics, images, screen caped stories and text.https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ZUuXbbzXKgCinTDdxx7TXh_sbaFCYeyN?usp=sharing
I'd like to gently remind you all that Halloween shouldn't overshadow the actual real horror of the Biden presidency and the mass shredding of innocent ballots.Let's take a moment to think about it. Let's see how we can help the lives of Republicans today.
What is the best adaptation of Dracula?
>>30002334This might be a left field pick but I nominate Dracula from the movie Van Helsing with Hugh Jackman. In fact, I recommend the movie for this Halloween season. Just pure, spooky fun that reminds me of Castlevania with how many classic monsters it weaves into one movie.
>>30002142I've been watching them too. .Season two I've left until last because it'll take the longest to download. Watched one, three, and now I'm watching four. I miss it so much, wish it was still on.>tfw as soon as you seen The Mirror of Truth come on screen you knew it was spoop timeNo matter how often I see it it always gets me.
Reposting my story since the last thread died1)Alright here comes a real as fuck story of something that happened to me, swear on me mum. This happened in 2009 I think, around the time of earthquakein chilé. I was staying with a friend in Colorado working for the summer. I never told anyone this story because I realized how retarded I was after it happened and I was embarrassed.>be me 18 y/o retard autist>testosterone, lift heavy, think I'm invincible >spending the summer in Colorado>have 4 wheel drive V8 lifted truck (fuck with me) so i decide to go drive up a random dirt road up a mountain >not considering that I may have been on a driveway or on private property>as I said, I'm a retard autist. Just wanted to go do some off roading >great mood, jamming some heavy metal and checking out a gorgeous sunset.>driving back into the forest up a mountain, the trail had some river crossings so 4 wheel drive is engaged>commence off roading shenanigans.mp4>up some switch backs, in the sticks probably 4 or 5 miles off main road, maybe more>no cell service>suddenly there's an old broken down car on the side of the trail>looks like its been parted out and sitting for about a decade. Im talking no hood no wheels etcetera >sticks out because fucked up parted out cars aren't usually out there in beautiful forest and mountains, and people in those areas often abide by leave no trace (I wasn't far from asspen, maybe 30 minutes)>think "weird" and keep going when there's another car in the same state>then another>then another>starting to look like a trailer trash area>starting to wtfShould mention that some of these weren't off road capable vehicles, idk how they crossed the rivers, but I didn't think of that at the time.>eventually hit the end of the road where there's a cabin>it really looked like the scene in the original evil dead from 1981 where the car pulls up to the cabin, pic related. >spook levels hit 500. it just put off a creepy aura
>>30003145(2)>no shenanigans, don't approach, just quickly turn around and go back (not totally braindead)>sun setting, headed back down the switchbacks past the fucked up cars feeling uneasy>slowed down because in bend of switchback, when I glance through the window of one of those cars as I pass it (it's facing me)>there's a fucking bald guy in the passengers seat just looking forward motionless>notice dark stains all over the place and smeared on the window, possibly dried blood>stop and look to make sure I'm not losing my mind (no drugs or booze at this time)>window is fogged up from age but yeah its definitely a bald guy that looks dead but not decayed, though I could not see well.Even if he was alive, why was he sitting in a fucked car in the wilderness just looking forward motionless? He was almost certainly dead. And bald. Anyways..>it finally hits me>spooked levels surge to maximum 1,000>drive out to main road faster than Ken block>river crossings at 30 miles per hour, no fucks given. Not looking at the other broken down cars>when I get service I call cops, didn't give a fuck if I caught a trespassing charge>police say they'll check it out>never hear backWhat the fuck did I stumble upon? Now that I think about it, this totally gives me elite dumping site vibes, and it was close to asspen so... maybe? I'd think they would have security though. Maybe a serial killer. I have no idea but it freaked me out to no end. I didn't do anymore off roading after that.>Inb4 retard
>>30002936Is that the inner ugliness episode? >be 10>bedrooms being repainted>sister and I have to sleep on pullout couch in living room>watch that episode for the first time>shit Flintstones chewable bricks at the reveal>"okay, goodnight kids">sleep on side of the bed that's next to the pitch black dining room
>>30003345Yeah that's the one. That one and the Red Eyed Creature were the only ones to really spoop me as a kid.I went on a mission some time ago to try and find the original stories that they said were fact. I did find a few. Some were only slight variations and others took artistic liberty to a whole new dimension.
>>30002221Based linkchad.>>30002334My personal pick is the classic 1932 Bela Lugosi version, but the Spanish language version of that film is also excellent. Lugosi gives a better performance because he's Lugosi (Carlos Villarías is fantastic as well), but I actually think the sets and cinematography are actually slightly better in the Spanish version. The original 1920s Nosferatu is also a contender.>>30002402I love Van Helsing and I feel like it's massively overlooked, especially now. They really nailed the gothic imagery, and the ensemble cast was perfect. Completely agree about the Castlevania and classic movie feel, the creators were clearly true horror fans.>>30003145>>30003151Sounds like a dumping site to me. Or shit maybe an old movie set that never got cleaned up, judging by the "corpse" that didn't seem to be decaying. Either way, good on you for fucking off out of there, that could have been a very bad situation if it was some psycho or group of mob guys or something.
>>30003514Something about this is unsettling. I'm not sure what it is.
>>30003948This reminds me of that one story called The Strangers, about the guy who follows the weird dude to the end of the subway line and ends up endlessly traversing fucked up alternate dimensions
>>30002936All these are on YouTube dude
I miss when horror movies weren't dogshit. It's never been a highbrow genre I suppose, not since the classic Universal and Hammer films at least, but even in recent years there have been good ones, they're just overshadowed by all the trash that oversaturates the market. It's either some shitty remake/reboot (Hellraiser, Halloween), some tryhard piece of shit that's trying to appeal to Internet pop culture several years too late (Slender Man) or the most painfully generic supernatural/haunted house horror plot you can possibly imagine (Sinister, Annabelle, Insidious, I could go on forever here). Everything just feels creatively bankrupt. Even if you want to do a standard plotline, you can do it in a way that still makes a good film, but people just...don't.
>>30006164It's a problem with the industry as a whole. The '90s was probably the last good decade of movie making. You had multiple original things being released with modest budgets and the studios were sort of playing the odds and happy to do it. X might have a budget of $10m and only make $4m back at the box office, but Y had a budget of $15m and make $80m back at the box office. Then your blockbuster has a $50m budget and makes $250m. Everyone is happy.Then something changed. It wasn't enough to make a profit like that. Your main ticket had to be clearing $1bn or more or it was a flop. They'd still release movies with smaller budgets, but they didn't want to take the risk on losing money on them. That's why they decided to go for a sure thing like a sequel, remake, or prequel. >Sell the zoomers something their parents had already bought, but make sure it has a political message and the cast is diverseSeems to have been their motto. But people are getting bored of that now.Many have started to appreciate Asian film making, and it's because they're releasing original things. They can release original things because their studios are more concerned with telling a story and appreciating the medium than they are with making a profit, unlike in the west.Of course when an Asian movie sees any popularity in the west the first thing western studios do is ask>"How can we make this more appeal to more in the west while including a political message and using a diverse cast?"And it never lives up to the original Asian release. Just like their remakes, sequels, and prequels don't hold up to the original.The same is true with any modestly successful indie release. It needs remade with a budget 10x the size and the market needs saturated with it. Extract every dollar you can before people lost interest.I hate J*ws so much it's unreal.
>>30006164You think old movies are great but a bunch of those movies weren't viewed that way when they came out. It will be the same with our current lot of movies. Shit just works like that man
>>30006164The Universal movies were always mass media entertainment, as virtually all horror has been. More so for the Hammer movies. The overwhelming amount of shit has been part of it as well. There has always been and will always be talentless hacks trying to make a dollar from art anyways. Maybe not when Shelly wrote Frankenstein, but only because most of the population couldn't read.
>>30002320What the fuck.
Don't mind me, just replying to posts from the previous thread.>>29975299Despite all the dragons, this was my favorite card as a kid.>>29976708Instead of just saying it, it would be more useful to teach them (>>29976078) how to.That said, I never actually did it either, but if memory serves, it went:>>/vr/8200512>>/wsg/4145621>>/wsg/4140735>>/wsg/4114584Like this? Let's see if I made a fool of myself.>>29976204Indeed...Reminds me of those self-proclaimed "witches" trying to "hex the moon", and then people going all about how angry the greek gods were because of it (with some literally saying they were talking with goddamn Zeus).>>29976435Maybe I ruined my own experience with expectations, but I didn't quite like it...>>29976519Nice.>>29976667Personally, I hate tiktok with the intensity of a neutron star, so I'd rather not.>>29976951For me, it's the Harvest Goddess:https://harvestmoon.fandom.com/wiki/Harvest_Goddess_(FoMT)On a serious note, I don't have any particular interest towards harvest (yeah, I know), but sometimes I do enjoy increasing my collection of random knowledge, so thank you, I'll look up that deity.>>29977092What if I love gnomes?>>29983149Even if you were right,Lucifer and Satan >>>>>> JehovahSo it would still be fine.>>29985440I know the feel.>>29992091What about H.S. LoveKing?>>30003151 (would reply to the one in the previous thread, but since you reposted it)You should go back there bro, I'll go with you if you want to.>>29999132>Watches 1 spooky video>YouTube is now flooding with mexican videos of ghosts, possessed dolls and aliensThose were some interesting days.>>30000718Wasn't for my sister, I would still be unaware of such series.----Cont.
Cont (>>30006449).>>29987826You can get some kinda spooky anime (already recommended) or Halloween themed ones (although I can only think of Soul Eater, and it isn't really "halloween themed", but gives off the vibes. . . however, as per usual, the manga is better, way better), but I have yet to see one that have both.(but the one I replied below may be it)>>29998707I know of this one, and the name does sound like something that would involve monsters, but I never looked further into it... but considering what >>29998725 said, now seems the perfect time to finally watch/read it.>>29987904>>29987964>Japan isn't into HalloweenIt's getting more popular over there as of late, unfortunately however, while they do dress up, it's more on the "let's party and get wasted" side of things...>>29992182Ho, so the popularity I heard she has is due to a Zone video (kinda surprised Zone still exists too)? I may look it up later if I remember.>>29996002What is this? "The dream of the bakerman's wife?"I'll look it up later as well.----Ok, now, if anyone reached this point, here's a couple mangas I didn't see recommended yet (in no particular order . . . or):>Chainsaw Man (just because of Cosmo if anything)https://mangadex.org/title/a77742b1-befd-49a4-bff5-1ad4e6b0ef7b/>Franken Fran (somewhat NSFW, so keep that in mind)https://mangadex.org/title/7d32ba73-def9-4ef5-a062-00de9f5dec7d/>Wakusei Closet (no warnings, it's just great)https://mangadex.org/title/2be829dc-af2d-4071-89e2-23627a741f30/>Fuan no Tane (and by extension "Fuan no Tane+" and "Kouishou Radio")https://mangadex.org/title/6fb616e2-339c-412e-bc3b-19969d345e7d/https://mangadex.org/title/2954a23f-22c1-4bce-a2fc-0a0dc3e201a7/(There's actually also Fuan no Tane*, but no one is translating it...)Also, I mentioned in the previous thread or the one before, but play Yomawari:https://store.steampowered.com/app/477870/https://store.steampowered.com/app/625980/
>>30006449>CrosslinkHehe, I failed.
>>30006457>Franken FranLove that shit.
>>30006457>>30006485Franken Fran is so good.
>>30002334Personally I like the Hammer films. They're not great adaptations of the book itself, but great re-tellings. Love me some Lee!
>>30004470can you tell more details? author or where can i find it? i like this cosmic-body horror theme>>30006449ok, so after looking up the rules, it's supposed to work by putting 3 ">" before the thread link. I'm not used to this (ngl, this is the first time) but these threads are already 404, archived or if not, they're not gonna stand up for to much. Anyway, thanks for your effort and your recs.>>>/vr/8200512>>>/wsg/4145621>>>/wsg/4140735>>>/wsg/4114584
>>30006877>so after looking up the rulesCongrats, you're learning! Now you're less of a chump.
>>30005731Yeah but I'm autistic and like to have copies of things I enjoy just in case I have no internet and want to watch them. It's (partly) why I don't like things like Netflix.
>>29999132I'll take a look and see if I can find it tomorrow.>TikTokI fucking hate tiktok. Some of the videos are spooky, but I can't buy into them too much because the whole platform seems to revolve around video editing.I miss old youtube in general. When you were nudged towards watching retards just because they're popular. All of the quick cuts between sentences or sometimes in the middle of sentences and then something nonsensical like editing in them taking a drink and looking smug, the flashy intros and begging for likes and subscribers, the plugs for shit items I'm never going to buy, all of it does my fucking head in.The purges Youtube goes through now are completely retarded. You can be watching a true crime video and there'll be drops in audio. Not because they've fucked up the recording, but because saying the word "rape" gets you demonetized. The way they remove anything that questions a particular narrative irritates me to no end too. And the one that really ticks me off is when someone like the BBC bans clips from being shared in my country...despite me being in the fucking country that the BBC is in and only exists because of the TV licence that people get forced to pay (not that I do, but that's by the by).
>>30006449>Lucifer and Satan >>>>>> Jehovah
>>30006429That one is comfy!
>>30001849>be at computer>big spider rappels down in front of me>back up>it's still there>realize it's actually a small spider, rappelling from my eyebrowH... happy Halloween...
>>30002402I've been brainstorming myself best dracula's and their movies and honestly I've been thinking the same for a few years now. The Dracula in Van Helsing and the movie itself is just pure fucking fun. The actor has so much fun playing the role and it's great to see.
>>30007338Your rant has a lot of truth buried in all that anger anon. Youtube always had it's issues, even back then. I remember when it was nothing but Fred rip offs, top 10 lists, sub4sub stuff. Or terrible skit comedy like Smosh. What really irks me is how almost every major youtuber has ads in the middle of their videos. Not ad breaks but like actual ads in the video. Halfway through they'll be a 2 minute plug for NordVPN and what not. Back in the day you would've got ripped apart for doing something so bold. Now it's commonplace because youtube is an actual career path for people. I guess that's kind of great, but at times it feels so soulless. Like everyone is doing the same thing. Anyway, back to the spooks. I'll see if I can track down any good ghost content on the youtube.
Drinking tonight for the first time in forever, got all my halloween decor up, and gonna do a walk-o-ween. It's my annual tradition, I get loaded and walk around the neighborhood, admiring the houses that decorated. 10/10, would recommend. I even have an audiobook of ray bradbury's Halloween Tree that I'm playing from my ol trusty mp3 player.
>>30008224Shit forgot my obligatory spoopy picture!
>>30008224This sounds like a good time. I don't live in an area where I can walk around looking at houses unfortunately or I'd do something like this.
>>30007475Man now THAT is fucking prime spook. I had a spooky eyelash occurrence recently. I kept on noticing a hair in my field of vision so I kept sweeping my hair out of my eyes, but it was still there. In my frustration I looked in the mirror, and found that I had a SOLE long, white, 2.5 inch eyelash growing from my eyelid. It was so bizzare.>>30008258Yep I take it for granted that I live in a quiet, nice old suburb. I've done some crazy shit in this area and have found no trouble.
>>30006164That’s just all new movies in general
Just finished watching Stephen King's Desperation. I haven't read the book since high school, but I remember it well enough to know that the movie didn't do it justice. It wasn't bad, especially not compared to some of the other god-awful adaptations of King books, but it wasn't anything other than "ok". Ron Perlman was fucking fantastic, which is to be expected, and the other performances ranged from good to alright. Effects were good, pretty much everything was practical which gave it a nice classic 80s/90s horror feeling, and the score was okay when it wasn't distracting you with on-the-nose "you are supposed to be feeling x emotion" pieces.It did feel really rushed, which I attribute to it originally being planned as a two-part miniseries similar to the first onscreen incarnation of "It" (which I still think is superior to the new one, cope). The book is really long so a miniseries or even a limited series would have lent itself to the story better. Still, it could have been a lot worse.As a side note, I'm still pissed that there hasn't been a screen adaptation of "The Regulators". Like I said, it's been a while since I read "Desperation", and I read Regulators just a couple years ago, but I think I prefer it.Any fellow King fans lurking? Favorite works as far as books or film adaptations?
>>30008957Cute as fuck. Always pisses me off me when I think of the people who intentionally go out on Halloween looking for black cats to abuse.
>>30002334 The Louis Jordan version is closest to the book, but I still find Horror of Dracula the most rewatchable; it captures the most exciting parts of the book for me, has the best Van Helsing ever in Cushing, and easily the creepiest version of Lucy. Both Murnau and Herzog's Nosferatus aren't bad either!
>>30003882 Putting The King in Yellow and Sardonicus on the list automatically gets you my highest recommendation.
>>30009036>has the best Van Helsing ever in CushingAn objective fact, really.
>>30008949 I prefer King as a short story writer ("The Boogeyman" is my fave), but Salem's Lot (both the book and the 1979 miniseries) really captures that feel of a small town which has that one house everyone has stories about. I grew up in Texas, nowhere near New England, but damn if he doesn't capture that feel perfectly.
>>30009221I love his short stories as well, especially when I'm in the mood for a quick fix as opposed to a multi-day epic (I love the Stand but Jesus fuck the uncut edition was obscenely long). Salem's Lot is fantastic. Actually read it for the first time just a couple years ago, I had read his short stories that served as tie-ins/prequels for it and I always thought even in those the tone was captured perfectly. I was pleasantly surprised by how faithful the miniseries was. Not sure how I feel about the upcoming remake/reboot though.
>>30007269I've bed doing this more and more. I'm going to have so many hard drives full of shit soon enough.
>>30009441Being not bed. Fuck I'm too high for this
>>30009441>I'm going to have so many hard drives full of shit soon enough.Yup. I did a double take a couple months ago when I was alerted that my 2TB external was almost full, mostly with anime and movies. Since reorganized everything and I have that one and a 1TB that I pulled from my old laptop. I'll be getting an SSD soon. I would love to actually get physical copies of shit but it's so goddamn expensive I can't justify it. I have no idea how fanatics like AVGN do it.
>>30009461Don't know where you live but here we have this thing called offerup. People put up so much shit for cheap. That's usually what I use when I want something like a movie or something.
>gf wants to watch Hocus Pocus>falls asleep in the first 20 minutes
>>30010115>get to watch a classic without any interruptionsBased.
>>30010135ya know, when you put it that way. Got all the popcorn too.
>>30003559Yeah lucky for me I wasn't too big of an idiot. I should have mentioned that before I even got to the top with the cabin, I was getting bad vibes. Went from happy go lucky to skeeved out in a matter of seconds. It definitely did not seem like a movie set. Ive seen sets before. It could have been i guess but it felt a lot more trailer trashy than that. Be well anon :)
>>30009461>I would love to actually get physical copies of shit but it's so goddamn expensive I can't justify itI think it depends on what medium you're talking about. Like BRs are still expensive (I think), but DVDs, people struggle to sell those now. With exception of rarities and boxsets you can get pretty much any DVD for $1 each. Sometimes a movie won't have a DVD or BR release, or it'll have one but not the other, then you're left hunting for a VHS copy which are getting more difficult to find.Keep in mind how much space a large collection takes up too.>I have no idea how fanatics like AVGN do itI know he's been collecting for years, but you'd be surprised how many people send him things just because they want to see him review them or because they like him or because he's struggling to find a copy.
>>30002402I can get behind that. Van Helsing is without a doubt my favorite Halloween movie, and the portrayal of Dracula is excellent.
More spooky ambiencehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB4B5AVCSTE
>>30011971I love old-timey pictures like this and I always find myself wondering if it's actually from the time period or if there's some kind of crazy backstory.
>>30014426That's a great cat right there.
>>30014433That one looks like he takes a pet no problem.
>>30014502Man I love vintage Halloween stuff.
Gettin' pretty fuckin' SPOOKY.
>>30014544What is that Misfit doing with that woman?
>>30002334Francis Ford Coppola's is my favourite
What kinda cool halloween shit is going on in your towns, anons? We have this Jack O Lantern trail going that's beautiful. I don't have a date or anything so I gotta go alone but still it's awesome.
>>30014502>>30015568The aesthetic is nice but the rhyming is painful. Something about early 20th century humor just rubs me the wrong way. Is it just me?
>>30015994It's awkward but I like it.
What are comfy movies like Attack the Block? I struggle to call it a horror, but the ayys are sort of more like monsters so it does kind of count.Are there any others like it?
>>30016452The Watcher in the Woods is the comfiest Halloween movie I know
>>300164661980 or 2017?
>>300164881980Didn't even know there was a remake, but it doesn't look great
>>30016540Thanks I'll check it out.I don't know if it is a remake or if it's just a newer movie with the same name.
>>30008224>walk around the neighborhoodcan't do that in my area anymorenobody decorates anymore anywaysgetting too old for this new world
>>30016466going to check that out tomorrow
>>30017663Damn, I feel you bro. But soon it will all end.
>>30016488Checked but you have far too much faith in remakes.
Just got this in the mail. Glorious 4k DOOT DOOT DOOT DOOT DOOT DOOT DOOT DOOT
>>30018718I'm so glad I found appreciation for this movie after originally hating it as a retarded high schooler. The original idea for Halloween to be Halloween-themed horror anthology series was so good.
>>30018718Never watched Season of the Witch, I always kind of dismissed it along all the post Halloween II sequels, but after looking up some stuff on it I might give it a go
>>30018760It's only a Halloween movie in name, it has nothing to do with the Michael Meyers story. The original plan was to do a different Halloween-themed horror film every October, but nobody liked it because retards just wanted endless Meyers sequels, so the idea was scrapped in favor of all the garbage that continues getting pumped out. It's the only sequel I'd recommend checking out, with the possible exception of the 2018 reboot. The Zombie remakes are trash. He completely missed the point of Michael Meyers being an effective antagonist due to being mysterious and tried to go for a tryhard psychological angle.
The comfiest episode of one of my favorite childhood shows. Just finished watching it again.
>>30012470Tin Man drip
Motorhead - You Better Runhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mz0Nn3kGZgLed Zeppelin - The Rain Songhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRt4hQs3nH0Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - The Curse of Millhavenhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_aygaCosJUBillie Holiday - Gloomy Sundayhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQ2AuLaClmkSigh - Invitation To Diehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WMYTbixm7AT-Rex - Cosmic Dancerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAv1qZnYAwYTom Waits - Poor Edwardhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuAMNIUFstgWarren Zevon - Excitable Boyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZokPAuhD6kAC/DC - Night Prowlerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pX93gmyya7cFrank Sinatra - I'm Not Afraidhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9GY7Xt822kIron Maiden - Dance of Deathhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3659fTXvFtsBal Sagoth - Shadows 'neath the Black Pyramidhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVpIoOdcXIsLincoln Center Orchestra - La Llamada De La Sangrehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9L2mqxypGgsProcol Harum - The Devil Came From Kansashttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUdpaignjQ8Cradle of Filth - The Graveyard By Moonlighthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9f4N8biq0ooEnnio Morricone - Man With a Harmonicahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OA5PPHB3EOI
Anyone else watched this? Great atmosphere for the season, but it falls apart at the end. Still, I'd recommend it.
>>30021384I enjoyed it quite a bit but I agree about the ending.
>>30017663Do you decorate? Just because no one else around you does, you should. If you can't decorate outside, fill your house/apartment with spooky things and Halloween lights.
>>30021529This. Sometimes people around you will start to decorate after seeing what you do
>>30021771That's true. Not Halloween, but there's a house near me that has always put on elaborate Christmas displays. It gets pretty popular and little kids from the area love it, it's been in the paper a few times. Gradually, other nearby houses have started to put them up in some boomer one upmanship attempt.I wish they'd do the same for Halloween. I remember someone tried a few years ago but some little bastard smashed all of their pumpkins so they never did it again.
>>30012098nice vibes, perfect October chill
>>30004470link me bro!
>>30021033>procol harumBASEDgonna leave these herecheepnis - frank zappahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMR6blBp1mwboris the spider - the whohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvFuUaCe8eYseason of the witch - donovanhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GU35oCHGhJ0hocus pocus - focushttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MV0F_XiR48Qtwilight zone - golden earringhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1sf2CzEq0wfrankenstein - edgar winter grouphttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8f-Qb-bwlUstraight to hell - the clashhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7SvtikTkrM
>>30006343shhh, he is feeding
Just swinging by to say there's a Franken Fran dump thread >>>/a/229442549 for the quintessential Halloween experience.>>30021384It was pretty enjoyable, though I wished there was a bit more focus on the mythos about the fae.
Just carved this lil dude after work, hoping to have at least 10 more by the big day
>>30023976oooo awesome anon! Love to see more
>>30023976based, keep us posted
I have questions for occultistsDoes selling your soul to devil real or bullshit?
>>30024314Don't do it anon. A lifetime of memes for eternal torture and pain isn't worth it!
>>30006848why do women ruin everything
>>30023976really neat, anon
>>30021529that's a good pointmaybe I will break out the decorations
What good spooky movies have you guys watched recently?
>>30003378>>30002936you know how fucking lame saying "spoop" is?
>>30027628This is a no bully thread. So pipe down before you get a f*cking knuckle sandwich.
>>30027628Shut the fuck up and post spoopy spoops, imbecile.
>>30016452The Crow's in the same vein for me. That and From Dusk Till Dawn, both very fun horror-lite
Black Sabbath - Johnny Bladehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KCu2MLMcPABlue Oyster Cult - Nosferatuhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdzbPX8vrecMark Knopfler - 5:15 AMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSRJcFQfdAEPink Floyd - One of These Dayshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48PJGVf4xqkSavatage - Hall of the Mountain Kinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WE1cCgdi6gBob Dylan - Man in the Long Black Coathttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JuLKtz_EH8Butthole Surfers - Graveyardhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6N24PyyUIQBlack Oak Arkansas - Lord Have Mercy On My Soulhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Jc7OqDJqGgSlough Feg - The Final Gambithttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMRo4TSuu7kTom Waits - Earth Died Screaminghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7I4kSpS43oClutch - Animal Farmhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFtSVe0uHvcDark Moor - There's Something In the Skieshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDtF7lBjdpALeonard Cohen - Puppetshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7UjnVJA4L8King Diamond - Life After Deathhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MChN04KzJbkLiam Clancy - Shenandoahhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cO2VWwVMI3k
>>30023976Nice work, kinda reminds me of Larry from VeggieTales
>>30028208It's been years since I've seen The Crow. From Dusk Til Dawn is always a good shout though.I got Tremors too because I feel that also counts.
>>30023976I strongly prefer the simple "traditional" designs like that, well done.>>30028219Based chad always has good music recs.>>30028278Tremors definitely counts. I like all 4 of the originals but 1 and 4 are the best imo. The newer ones are pretty big piles of shit but I watched them anyway because I love Michael Gross and watching him play lunatic Burt never gets old. The most recent one actually wasn't as terrible as I expected either.
>>30028421>TremorsI've never seen any of the sequels, but I did fancy 4 I just always forgot about it. I like prequels that are set way before. From Dusk Til Dawn 3 has that same interesting premise, but everyone I've spoken to who's seen it says it's terribly bad.>The most recent one actually wasn't as terrible as I expected eitherI've heard that too. Maybe I should at least check 4 and the newest one out.
>>30028446I definitely recommend watching all 4 of the originals, 2 and 3 are great in their own way, especially 2. That was actually my favorite as a kid. The chemistry between Earl from the first movie and the new character Grady is really solid.>From Dusk Til DawnI need to watch these. I've tended to shy away from goofy action horror since so much of it is derivative of Evil Dead but this one always gets recommended.
>>30028454The first From Dusk Till Dawn is like 50% a normal Quentin Tarantino crime movie and 50% Army of Darkness/El Mariachi-style action. There's some goofiness , but they kinda make it work within their world.Can't speak for the sequels, though
>>30003670>pete & pete halloween episodehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY2RLNSpw-c
>>30028454>I need to watch theseHave you not seen any of them? I've only seen the first, but it's well worth watching. Solid flick.
>>30030270Nope, never seen any of them. There are several on my need to watch list that are staples in the horror community. I only saw the Evil Dead movies a few years ago. I tend to go after obscure shit because while most of it is garbage occasionally I'll strike gold.
>>30001849terrible scary youtube links. This is some real shit: https://youtu.be/GsfAn4ejg1o
>>30030340I'm sure you'll enjoy it, the other anon described it perfectly.What else is on your watch list?>I only saw the Evil Dead movies a few years agoSame. There's still some movies that everyone seems to have seen and I never have too. Some I've seen the first one of countless times but haven't seen any of the sequels. It seems to be a common thread for me.
>>30030379Basically everything listed here except where noted.>>29952236 >>29952274>>29952316Avoiding sequels is generally good practice because most of them are shit. There are notable exceptions, particularly with some of the classic slashers where the sequels they kept pumping out ranged from actually decent to so terrible they're hilarious. Then you have shit that's just fucking bad, like basically every Hellraiser sequel after the second one.
>>30015945here we don't celebrate Halloween. Only a few do the costume thing but it's just for the meme instead of living the holiday as we do. Best thing is to see hot thots in latex/tight/tank tops costumes.
>>30030739as we do here, in this thread*
>>30014544IF YOU'RE GONNA SCREAM, SCREAM WITH MEMOMENTS LIKE THIS NEVER LAAAAAAAST
>>30015945when i was a kid my hometown used to have a halloween / fall parade, right downtown. after the parade ended around 8 pm people would party at the bars on the same street all night. had a ton of fun at that every year.
>>30021384>promising horror movie plot falls apart at the endmany such cases
>>30023976based and punkinpilled
>>30025666>me on the way to rippenpost on /x/
Always a fan of haunted house imagery.
>>30034887>>3003489410/10 would spend the night.
>>30034909Based. Didn't realize this was on YouTube
It's my birthday today, anons. I won't be doing much but I'm glad I can sort of spend it with fellow spookybros.
>>30036065Happy boo-thday anon :3
>>30030077Based. Watch this every year.
>>30036110>boo-thdaySuch a dad joke kek
>tfw not a single friend to celebrate Halloween/fall festivities withIt hurts.What do all my fellow loners do to keep your spirits up and fully enjoy the season? I always try my best to make the most of it since fall is my favorite season.So far I've been eating/baking lots of fall foods. Stocked up on tea, cider and pumpkin beer. Watching horror movies. Got my playlist of lots of punk/postpunk/goth tunes even though it's what I always listen to year-round anyway.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jfJkvnXx8vwI hardly play vidya anymore but I might play a few rounds of the Friday the 13th game. Playing Layers of Fear has become a Halloween tradition for me.Might check out some local fall festivals either in my town or some nearby ones but it always sucks going to these things alone. Maybe I'll take a /nightwalk/ through the cemetery tonight.
>>30036569I watch scary movies/shows/anime and read as many horror books as I can, and I play games too. Been playing Castlevania: Circle of the Moon this year. I'm in the same boat as you though, my social network has dwindled to basically nothing and as shitty as it is at this point I just accept it and get drunk. I am driving a couple states over to spend next weekend with a friend and we're supposed to be doing some spooky stuff. She lives in a little suburban area that makes you think of the original Halloween so it's a very cozy place to spend the spooky season.
>>30036569I just watch a load of horror movies. When I was younger I used to roam the streets with my friends until around 9pm then go in the woods and have a fire until about 1am to get drunk/high. Then we'd go home and I'd watch horrors. Did that until about my early 20s. Now I just sit on my own with my dog and watch horrors.I used to walk the streets with my dog alone after that because I love the season and especially Halloween. But I had a change of heart a few years ago and stopped doing it for schizo reasons I won't get into.I still buy sweets for the little ghoulsters although none have came trick or treating since 2012. It did come close a few years back>See trick or treaters get less and less>Some come in the street but never knock at my door>I want to give them things and pretend to be scared by their costumes, I used to love that shit as a kid>Have windows open and lights on so people can hear TV and know I'm home>Hear trick or treaters>Hear garden gate open>Get prepared to answer door>They don't knock>Confused>Hear voice so I listen at the window>One of their parents is telling them to "get out of their right now">Kids protest>The parent forces them to exit>Other parent asks what's wrong>"Well he's a man isn't he and lives on his own">Other parent reacts like she's just been told they found a dozen corpses under my patio>Don't do myself any favours because I realise afterwards they can see my silhouette on the window and me peering at them through the blinds>Go to the nice married couple next door insteadWhy do people have to be so cruel bros? I just wanted those little kids to enjoy the season the same way I did. It feels like people are so scared now that they don't even know what they're scared of.
>>30036883>It feels like people are so scared now that they don't even know what they're scared of.This. Sounds like those poor kids have parents who are retarded woke bitches getting all their opinions from Tumblr and Facebook. Truly the scum of the Earth.>"OH NOOOOOO THE MOST TERRIFYING THING YOU CAN POSSIBLY IMAGINE LIVES IN THAT HOUSE, A BACHELOR IN HIS EARLY 20s"Hope they die alone after their family gets tired of their bullshit.
>>30036569I do the exact same thing as you, actually. Halloween isn't a big thing here, so I gotta get in the spirit of things by myself.Haven't been able to do much this year because of work, but I'm getting there. Gonna watch Halloween Kills and a couple other horror movies later.
>>30036904It's honestly getting beyond ridiculous now. One of the most pathetic ones I've seen in the last few year was that one from Australia. I might have it saved somewhere, but to paraphrase it it was>A man approached a schoolgirl between the hours of X and Y and asked her for directions>She gave him the directions>He thanked her and was last seen heading in the direction she gaveIt wasn't like someone's mother had posted it on her facebook, it was an unironic release by the police. When I first seen it I read it about 3 times because I thought I was missing something.
>>30036569Decorate, watch scary movies, listen to scary stories, play games that fit with Halloween (I'm playing through that recent gba Castlevania game that just came out), drink hot cider, bake some fall goodies, go to pumpkin farms to pick pumpkins, pet the animals, go on the hayrides, buy their baked goods, carve pumpkins near Halloween and roast their seeds, and eat lots of pizza and candy on Halloween. I have a fantastic time all throughout October. Oh, and I have the windows open as much as I can. The fresh, cool fall air can't be beat.
>>30036990>When I first seen it I read it about 3 times because I thought I was missing something.I thought I was missing something just from reading your post. What the fuck kind of stupid-ass world do we live in
>>30036569I've never had many friends, but I hope to find someone to go to a Halloween party with on the 31st like the past years. In the meantime, I'll spend my days in a way very similar to yours: watching tons of old horror movies, listening to the darkest music possible, going for night walks with my dog and reading gothic novels
>>30036883Are you sure that's not just a you problem? I live alone and I get just fine with the people around. Maybe it's just your neighbors?
>>30036995>What the fuck kind of stupid-ass world do we live inIt's amazing how much things have changed in the last few decades. Hell, even since 2001.>>30037077Nah they weren't my neighbours per se. This is a pretty affluent street (for the area), very few kids live in it. In fact there's only only two (one is about 9 and the other isn't even a toddler yet). Everyone else is mainly old or yuppies. They're all friendly though, they always speak when they see you, that kind of thing.The people in my street are fine, it's the ones from nearby who are the retards. The same thing happened with the guy next door as what happened to me because we're around the same age. Then he got qt gf and suddenly he has trick or treaters coming out of his ears. He's "trusted" because gf.It's weird how different people are with you when you have gf. You know when you have a gf and suddenly all of these girls seem to find you attractive? It's a bit like that. When you have gf all of the other girls seem to think they're missing out on something otherwise you would be single. Just like the people who seem to think that if you have gf then you must be trustworthy, otherwise you'd be single.It;s like they've never heard of Fred and Rose or Brady and Hindley.
>>30037157It's crazy how incels and women both have this innate ability to make everything about themselves
>>30037203>incelStart using a trip so I can filter you.
>>30037157I don't know man, that just doesn't sound like it's a generalized problem. Never heard of people thinking like that, back in my childhood home there were plenty of couples other folks avoided because they were cunts, or their kids were cunts. Sounds to me like you're making assumptions to fit your narrative. You most likely just give off weird vibes to other people. Or you just look like a pedophile
>>30037306>It's never happened to me so it never happens to anyone ever
>>30037322Well, no, not anyone ever, it just doesn't seem likely according to my own experience. Which, fair enough, it's not enough to make sweeping generalizations. Just going with what sounds more plausible, it's people sonehow having a singles radar, or you giving off he wrong vibes to other people, or even simply having a less that favorable appearance, which are things other people are perceptive to, especially parents.But now that you mention, wouldn't the opposite be true as well? >it happens to me, so it must happen to everyone
>>30037306>>30037322No anon, don't you understand, it's everyone else, not him, they're absolutely nothing wrong with this guy! it's totally normal for a guy to know how many kids his neighborhood has and their exact age!
>>30037379You've never lived in a small town, have you?
>>30037383You assume a lot, like how parents would assume a guy peeking out his blinds at their kids is a creep, kinda like that
>>30037392You're an illiterate tranny.
>>30037397Oh come on now, no need to get insulting
>>30037410I sure as hell hope so! That would suck!
>>30037371I feel this could have been avoided if I'd simply said>There's about 25 houses in the street>They go to about half a dozen of themFor some reason everyone is now under the impression I'm the only one that isn't knocked on. Which I can't entirely blame you for.>>30037379>Neighborhood>Clearly said street which has maybe 25 houses on it>Kids aren't noticeable when there's only two of them in said street>Being unable to approximate the age of people by sight
>>30037453I don't know man, I just don't spend my time watching kids
>>30037464Typically tranny trait, can't say I'm surprised.
>>30006457An anon has been posting franken-fran on /a/>>>/a/229232269>>>/a/229399022>>>/a/229442549>>>/a/229483261
>>30001849Would you put the ring on the wrong hand of one two twins?Why would you desire two women that apear the same if one of them wasn't that beautiful? God would have given you them anyways, had you only believed in him! Samira lived in Sweden in 1992... Force fed cum and hairs from Alcazar the band. Blind from birth due to nutritional deprivation of the extreme kind. Gi never noticed it but Alcazar, they knew.
>>30038176She ran away and, wel you guest it right. There was a switch since one of the twins could only give birth to women.
>>30025666>1im glad someone else does this, i have one in my passenger seat
>>30023976i like this guy!Look at 'im!what a great guy!
>>30027628>nooooo you cant say thatnewfag detected. spoop has been a part of /x/ for years, gtfo
It game over everybody. Biden has Cancelled Halloween due to covid and has plans instead to host a kids party/ meet and greet at his home with plenty of treats.Halloween is officially cancelled!!!
>>30001849Carved pumpkins with my family today. Hope you anons are all having a great October. Mine was based on the one an anon posted in one of the first Halloween generals this month (also one of the OP pictures a couple generals ago)
>>30039947and gf carved a cat
>>30039578fuck off with this shit. If I wanted to read about that senile pedo I'd be on /pol/. Stop fucking up my comfy threads
>>30039955>gf>tfw no gf
for those who still need to buy shit
>>30040146You could have asked nice. See you next thread with more Biden.
>>30002141I want to be that dude.
>>30003145With the cars, it could have been a dumping ground. If you've been to philmont scout reservation, There is a car dumping ground at Baldy town. Used to be an old mining down, despite being 8,000 feet up or so. Heres an image of what it looks like, not mine.
Don't wanna type a big post on my phone, so here's a simple bump instead.
Bump. It's finally cooled off here after weeks of high 80s. Woke up to 39 degrees outside freezing my ass off. Feels fucking great.
>>30043417Dangerously based movie
>>30043459What movie is that from?
>>30043795I'm about 95% sure it's thishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BaF-YgmBNk
Just beat this bitch's ass finally. This was my first time doing a full playthrough of Circle of the Moon and I really enjoyed it. Not as much as Aria of Sorrow or Symphony of the Night, but still very good with an excellent soundtrack.
>>30044495I played it recently and enjoyed it, too. Love the music.
>>30044622 I actually have that issue of Creepy.
>>30001849the latest dancing games, harvest, human sacrifices
About to watch this cheeseball classic. It's one of many on my October rotation.
Good lord Halloween Kills was awful
>>30045976Goddamn it, really?
>>30006848>1992>Scream maskjesus fucking christ.
>>30046133I'm afraid so.Kinda made me miss the Rob Zombie remakes to be honest.
>>30046254>Kinda made me miss the Rob Zombie remakes to be honest.That's extremely depressing because those remakes were fucking atrocious.
>>30027453fright Night 1 & 2
>>30046431Originals or remakes?
>>30046529Originals of course, I don't have anything against the remake of 1, but rarely remakes surpass the originals. As an aside, Jerry is what I think about when I imagine Affable Evil.
>>30027453>The Evil Within - high production value and really interesting>Terrifier - incredibly violent but great horror visuals and villain>The Void - mediocre but awesome creature visuals
>>30046368They might be on the same league. I don't know, I gotta process that shit. It's got so much cringeworthy dialogue and just silly and stupid situations. Some of the kills are VERY well executed, to be fair. It's got some gore to spare to be sure, but the rest is laughable garbage. I legit busted out laughing a few times.A better name for it would be Halloween: The Force Awakens
>>30046621>Jerry is what I think about when I imagine Affable Evil.I've been watching Fright Night since I was like 9 and he still scares the shit out of me. Chris Sarandon is great at being terrifying.
>>30001849https://gematriaeffect.news/they-live-1988-was-a-warning-about-the-jesuit-order-and-possibly-foreshadowed-event-201-the-coronavirus-outbreak/http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2017/12/43-58-74-191-they-live-we-sleep-and-how.htmlhttp://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2017/05/47-74-93-94-147-they-live-we-sleep-john.htmlhttps://gematriaeffect.news/they-live-cable-54-the-spell-over-mankind/https://gematriaeffect.news/september-3-2021-the-54-year-anniversary-of-osama-bin-ladens-fathers-death-in-a-plane-crash/read these and watch They Live again
>>30047428Take your fucking meds schizo.
>>30008949I remember Desperation being great from a pure entertainment standpoint but I felt like the cosmic horror angle wasn’t intangible enough to actually spook me. Like, it’s totally okay for an evil force to be left mostly unexplained, but if it doesn’t feel very otherworldly it ends up coming off as flat. What did you think? My favorite King Books are Salem’s Lot and 11/22/63 btw
Just got me some new yard ghosts for the Big Day, whatcha think?
>>30048334Fuck yeah. I love inflatables
>>30048334These are great, scary to most normies
>>30046133Not that anon but I just watched Halloween Kills yesterday.It's bad even when compared to cheesy horror flicks.Get ready for: Evil Dies Tonight! Evil Dies Tonight! Evil Dies Tonight! Evil Dies Tonight! Evil Dies Tonight! Evil Dies Tonight! Evil Dies Tonight! Evil Dies Tonight!
>>30048813Fuck, that was so bad. They kept forcing it and it never worked, it was embarrasing.
>>30036883Sorry anon, i would absolutely let my kids get candy from you
TIME FOR NEW THREAD!!!
>>30012601This image has been in my wallpaper rotation for many years now. Such a great picture
>>30047696It's not one of my favorite King books, and I've read a lot of them, but it's definitely better than stuff like Christine or the Eyes of the Dragon imo.I personally love Salem's Lot, Bag of Bones, all the Bachman books, the Stand, It, Gerald's Game, and Insomnia. His bibliography is just so fucking exhaustive. I still need to read 11/22/63.
>>30049180New thread spookybro>>30051279