ANNOUNCEMENT – Creepy Kingdom’s Halloween at Home – Online

ANNOUNCEMENT – Creepy Kingdom’s Halloween at Home – Online

Nearly two months ago, Creepy Kingdom kicked off their spooktacular Halloween celebration ‘Creepy Kingdom’s Halloween @ Home.The jam-packed programming has included daily Halloween content such as seasonal food, drink and costume how-tos, the Tales From The Parkside curated short story series, the launch of a weekly livestream show The Weekly Creepy and much, much more! Earlier this week, title sponsor Makeup Medley even served up a fabulous ‘Creepy Lydia Deetz’ look livestream with makeup artist Brina Irvin (viewable HERE).

All of this amazing programming has been leading up to the ultimate Halloween night live stream party – ‘Creepy Kingdom’s Halloween NIGHT @ Home.’ The stream kicks off at 8 PM Pacific time on 10/31 and will be hosted across Creepy Kingdom’s socials (YouTube, Facebook Live, Twitch). Friends from around the world will be checking in to share how they are celebrating our favorite day of the year!

Appearances to include:

  • The original ‘Losers Club’ cast from the 1990 It miniseries 
  • Harvey Guillén of What We Do In The Shadows
  • David Howard Thornton – Art the Clown of Terrifier
  • Rare and new videos from The Haxans and Tres Vampiros
  • VAMP
  • Pattycake Productions
  • Mixi of Stitched Up Heart 
  • Lindsay Hearts from Foxblood
  • Disney Imagineer Terri Hardin
  • Malvolia Queen of Screams
  • And more!

Creepy Kingdom is proud to be incorporating a fundraiser into the online festivities. Proceeds will be split between The Actors Fund and The Trevor Project. The Actors Fund is a national human services organization dedicated to meeting the needs of the entertainment community. The Trevor Project is a national 24-hour, toll free confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth.

To get in on the action, stay tuned to Creepy Kingdom’s official website HERE.
About Creepy Kingdom: Started in 2011, Creepy Kingdom covers the spooky side of films, theme parks and beyond. They also create original films, podcasts and events such as the current “Halloween @ Home” online Halloween celebration.

HAUNTS – Carlsbad Strawberry Company – CA

HAUNTS – Carlsbad Strawberry Company – CA


Running through November 8th – 9am to 7pm – $5 admission (kids under 5 free)

Haunted Corn Maze “Field of Screams” Fridays & Saturdays 7pm-10:30pm


Pick a Pumpkin

Apple Cannons

Corn Maze

Tractor Rides

Food Trucks

Bounce Houses

Haunted Corn Maze

Mechanical Bull

This is a fun outdoor family Halloween event.

There is plenty to do here with your friends or family. It’s pretty easy to social distance for the most part. There are pumpkins of all shapes and sizes to choose from. Everyone seemed to be having fun with the apple cannons. There was quite a long line for those. We really enjoyed the haunted corn maze. Be sure to wear a mask.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Halloween Fun Pack Project

MILLSBORO, DE—As millions throughout the U.S. determine how best to celebrate the summer during the COVID-19 pandemic, one man has his sights set on Halloween.

Jason Rhodes, founder of the Halloween Fun Pack Project, hopes to provide up to 1,000 free “fun packs” with candy, stickers, trading cards, activity pages and more this October to children throughout the U.S. who may be unable to trick-or-treat due to COVID-19.

“Most people at this time of the year normally are thinking about beaches and vacations, not jack-o-lanterns and skeletons,” said Rhodes. “To make this project a reality, however, likely will require months of fundraising, which is why it’s important to start now.”

Rhodes is no stranger to starting Halloween planning early. For nine years, he organized Treat Street, a safe Halloween trick-or-treating event in Salisbury, MD, that required months of advance planning and a similar fundraising commitment to serve hundreds of children annually.

Established in response to parents concerned about taking their children trick-or-treating door-to-door following an increase in reported crime, that project was named the No. 1 youth event in the nation by JCI USA, then known as the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce.

“The goal then was similar to the goal of this project: to provide children with a sense of normalcy and enjoyment during what may be an otherwise disappointing time for them due to circumstances beyond their control.”

Rhodes hopes to raise $4,200 to support the Halloween Fun Pack Project through crowdfunding and sponsorships. A GoFundMe site with information on donor incentives and more is available at

“All of the donor incentives play on the Halloween and monster theme, and most are exclusive to this project,” said Rhodes. “Several artists throughout the country, whose work has been featured by comic book and trading card companies such as Topps, Upper Deck, Leaf and Cryptozoic, are providing original art for donors in the way of signed monster- and horror-themed sketch cards. It has been exciting to see their interpretations of the genre.”

Sketch card artists signed on for the project so far include Rob Floyd of Portsmouth, VA; Justin Girard of Sayreville, NJ; Andrew Lopez of Whittier, CA; Clay Sayre of Dawsonville, GA; and Eric Sobel of Toledo, OH.

Parents may register children age 12 and under to receive a free fun pack beginning in September. Packs will be mailed the week of October 25 on a first-come, first-served basis in the order registrations are received.

“The goal is to send 1,000, but it all depends on funding,” said Rhodes. “Based on whether we meet or exceed our fundraising target, we could end up sending fewer or a whole lot more.”

And what if COVID-19 doesn’t turn out to be a problem this Halloween?

“Then we’ll join the world in celebrating,” said Rhodes. “However, with some states and jurisdictions already saying schools may not reopen until at least January and health officials predicting the virus may spike again in the fall, I think most people are anticipating that COVID-19 unfortunately is still going to be with us in some form this Halloween.

“Even if government or municipal orders don’t shut down trick-or-treating, I think there are going to be more than a few parents who will be concerned about the germ factor of accepting candy from unknown households. And there will always be children unable to trick-or-treat due to other considerations, such as general safety and medical conditions. I’m proud that this project will help fill that need. The more smiles we can put on kids’ faces this Halloween, the better.”

For more information visit the Halloween Fun Pack Project website at

HALLOWEEN – NYC Halloween Parade – NY


We didn’t have much time to spend at the parade, but we stopped by in between going to Bane Haunted House & seeing Then She Fell on Halloween night. I recommend spending the entire evening and arriving early so you can get close to the parade route and see everything. Even though we were only there for a short while, it was an incredible experience.