You know those coupon books that school kids sometimes sell for $20 that you can use an entire year and easily get your $20 back and then some? A Hauntcast subscription is just like that. You can easily save over $100. Subscribe by February 29 and you can use PayPal’s Bill Me Later service to [...]
Holy crap. Imagine having this in your home. You could… for free! It is one of the items that has been donated by Juneau Studios to be given away to a subscriber to Hauntcast. $2500 retail… FREE. Subscribe using PayPal by February 29 and you can use “BillMeLater” for 6 months of no interest financing. [...]
While I want to get the Tambu Lounge podcast up and running, I’m all about supporting other podcasts that have inspired me in the podcast world as well as in my other interests. Hauntcast is one of those. It is obvious that my love of Halloween is all over this blog. Hauntcast is the definitive [...]
If you aren’t into Extreme Pumpkin Carving, Fresh Home Ideas suggests using cookie cutters to assist. Good idea since they are basically big dies. Fast and easy. Read here
Growing up I was always around a lot of duct tape. My father used it for everything. I learned how to properly tear duct tape when I was 4 or 5 (drives me nuts to see people cut it with scissors when they don’t need to). There is a DIY movement afoot to use [...]
Are you tired of the same old jack-o-lantern each Halloween? Are you one of those people who have adopted the carving style you knew growing up to one of those stencilers? The brilliant Tom Nardone wrote his first book in 2007 and has had 3 follow ups. Take a basic pumpkin, carve it fast but [...]
This is awesome. Amazing guy named Scott Holden created his own Tauntaun Costume. Not exactly practical for parties, but a sure win in just about any costume contest. Also not good for hot climates. Detailed build pictures on his site.
My personal belief is that you will always be more satisfied if you make your own props (sense of accomplishment and getting a product that is exactly how you want it), there is nothing wrong with purchasing Halloween props online. Be very careful about where your money is going, though. A seller is always going [...]
Halloween was always a big holiday in my home growing up. My father and his buddies were essentially “home haunters” before the term “home haunt” came to be. My dad was an electrical engineer. We had a 5 foot Jacob’s Ladder that he had constructed. Growing up I totally took it for granted. I liked [...]
I’m pretty sure that writer-director Mike Dougherty and I would get along. Sam’s lair was decorated with stuff that Mike had in his garage.