Halloween is almost here, and it’s time to celebrate! Whether you’re a kid or a kid at heart, nothing delights in quite the fashion as a successful Halloween bash. Here we’ve collected an array of recipes, games, and even movies that will make your Halloween delightfully spooky and ghoulishly fun!

Halloween Recipes Everyone Will Love!

Brittle Bone Pretzel Marshmallows

These spooky pretzel and marshmallow Brittle Bones are a scary treat kids and adults will love!

These creepy little bones, actually scrumptious pretzels dipped in chocolate and speared with marshmallows, will send a chill down your spine as they light up your taste buds!

Ham and Pickle Skull Dip Recipe

A platter of scary ham and pickle skull dip.

This will shock your guests twice; first when they see how scary it looks, then when they taste how delicious it is!

Meatball Eyeballs Recipe

Spooky good Meatball Eyeballs!

Made from your favorite ground meat (beef, pork, or turkey) and baked in delicious marinara sauce, these meatball eyeballs are tasty, creepy fun!

Mummified Ginger Cookies Recipe

Mummified Ginger Cookies

These spooky treats are easy to make and taste wonderful!

Spooky Spider Web Dip Recipe

A platter of spooky fun Spider Web Dip.

A surefire party hit, this dip features guacamole, cheese, fresh veggies, a sour cream spiderweb, and eerie plastic spiders!

Halloween Party Game Ideas

A young man bobs for apples.

Bobbing for Apples: Fill a bucket or tub with water and apples. Players must then remove the apples using only their mouth!

Guess the Body Part: Fill bowls with foods such as spaghetti (witch hair), grapes (monster eyes), and cabbage (zombie brain). Cover the bowl and have players place their hands inside to guess what they’re touching!

Guess Who!: Each player has a piece of paper taped to their back with a character written on it. Players then try to guess the name on the paper by asking other players for clues.

Horror Movie Trivia: Write questions pertaining to popular and cult classic horror films. Divide players into teams or have them participate individually. The player or team with the most points once all the questions have been asked wins!

A jar filled with candy corns and other Halloween appropriate candy.

How Much Candy?: Carefully count out a number of your favorite candies such as Jolly Ranchers and lollipops. Place them in a jar and have guests guess how many pieces of candy are in the jar. The closest to the actual number is the winner!

Mummy Wrap: Pair up players. Each team gets a roll of toilet paper. At the start of a song, one player must wrap the other in toilet paper, leaving the head free and not wrapping the arms to the body. Once the “mummy” is completely wrapped, he or she must run across a finish line, before the song ends!

Classic Horror Movies for Halloween

Many people celebrate Halloween by watching their favorite scary movie. Playing some beloved horror movies on a TV at a Halloween party can be a wonderful way to set the mood and get your guests talking. Here are some beloved scary movies that are great whether you’re creating atmosphere at a party or watching alone (just don’t turn off the lights if you’re alone!).

Bride of Frankenstein

Frankenstein's Bride (Elsa Lanchester) and the Frankenstein monster (Boris Karloff) in James Whale's "Bride of Frankenstein".

The Frankenstein Monster and his Bride are two of the most recognizable creatures in the history of the movies. It’s an amazing film, full of scares and surprising heartbreak, a genuine classic by any standard!


Bella Lugosi as Dracula in "Dracula".

“I never drink… wine,” says Count Dracula, and he means it! This atmospheric horror-mystery film introduced what is now the world’s most famous vampire to a worldwide audience!


Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, and Harold Ramis in "Ghostbusters".

Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters, of course! This comedy smash is a laugh-riot filled with creepy creatures perfect for Halloween viewing.

Night of the Living Dead

An army of zombies in "Night of the Living Dead".

“Night of the Living Dead” is the zombie movie that started it all! Made on a low budget in rural Pennsylvania, it has inspired countless copycats, but the original remains the scariest zombie movie one can find.

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Tim Burton's "A Nightmare Before Christmas".

This ghoulishly fun film features delightful stop-motion animation and plenty of holiday spirit!

Carve the Perfect Jack-O-Lantern!

Kristi uses a Rada knife to carve a pumpkin.

Nothing sets the Halloween mood like a Jack-O-Lantern, and we’ll show you how to do so in a few simple steps! If you’re feeling especially creative after carving the classic look, be sure to try an original or popular design.

When you’re done carving the pumpkins, be sure to use our roasted pumpkin seed recipe to get another tasty treat!

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