Frightening Fridays: Halloween Specials for When You’re Fed Up with the Great Pumpkin
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Frightening Fridays: Halloween Specials for When You’re Fed Up with the Great Pumpkin

Full disclosure–I love It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. But after 36ish times through, I get it. It gets old. I love the sequences with the kids, but why do we need to sit through the WWI Flying Ace crap? Snoopy is by far the least interesting part of Peanuts, and it’s especially true when he’s … Continue reading

Thriller Thursdays: Halloween Dance Party!
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Thriller Thursdays: Halloween Dance Party!

I don’t know about you, but there’s something about spooky songs that get my toes tapping. Some songs actually have dances associated with them! Today, let’s celebrate those songs, and perhaps learn a new dance step or two. “Thriller”, Michael Jackson Original video: Instructional video: This is probably the most popular Halloween-related dance. Everyone at … Continue reading

Frightening Fridays: Flea Market Halloween Finds
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Frightening Fridays: Flea Market Halloween Finds

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of going to the flea market. It’s often the best part of a Saturday morning. Our flea market seems to be pretty good most of the time–even when we don’t find anything, we see crazy things like people selling tiny livestock, people who have more dogs than … Continue reading

Monstrous Mondays: Funko ReAction Horror and Universal Monsters
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Monstrous Mondays: Funko ReAction Horror and Universal Monsters

In the world of licensed toys, Funko is the juggernaut at the forefront. Every week it seems they’re releasing something new in the Pop!, Fabrikations, or ReAction line, and my wallet is struggling to keep up. I’m amazed at the number of Pop! figures they’ve managed to release, and though I’ve only succumbed twice (thanks … Continue reading