“It’s alive! Oh, that fellow at Radioshack said I was mad. But who’s mad now?”
–Mr. Burns, The Simpsons’ Treehouse of Horror II.
It’s that time of year again: Someone very close to you, previously innocent in your brain, is going to dress up like a sexy werewolf and it’s going to ruin your entire holiday season.
Yep, it’s Halloween. And the only two ways to cleanse the memory of your sexy middle-aged Teen Wolf friend is that jug of leftover 100 Grand bars and great horror movies and TV shows. The first part is a natural process. It comes around 10 p.m. on October 31st.
We can help with the second part.
We’ll be showing you a bunch of great Halloween stuff—videos, top ten lists, a first person account of being murdered in a movie—that will scare your scantily-clad friend right into a repressed memory.—Ben Collins
- • Our Huluween spotlight page culls the best Halloween content on Hulu, from The Crow to Inspector Gadget.
- • Hulu editor Rebecca Harper gives the hapless many without a Halloween costume a bunch of ideas–with the help of SNL. Also, this is a public service announcement: Do not be Shanna this weekend. We’ll no longer be friends.
- • We count down the Top 10 Scream Queens of All Time.
- • Brooke Citron forces you to pick a flavor of Halloween movie you like or you get nothing and like it.
- • Naivasha Dean violently rips some Halloween costumes from the headlines and it hurts many, many people in the process. She has become a very aggressive person, frankly, and we don’t like her tone.
- • Sure, the heroine triumphed over the psycho killer in the slasher flick, but what about the unlucky ones who didn’t survive? Former horror movie victim Martin Moakler offers his thoughts on their plight.
- • We spent some time—yes, we actually took time out of lives to do this—debating how we’d want to be murdered if we were murdered by someone on TV.