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MCH Halloween Movie List Day 4: The Blair Witch Project

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The Blair Witch Project is a “found footage”  film about 3 filmmakers who are making a documentary in the Black Hills about the legendary Blair Witch.  Released in 1999, the movie’s budget was  less than $60,000 but grossed nearly $250 million at the box offices. Wow! Every time I watch this film, I find something […]

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Stranger Things mobile game now available!

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Just in time for the Halloween season, as well as season 2 of the hit series, Netflix has dropped a mobile game of the beloved series! It is available for both iOS and Android. Visit the links below the start your upside down world battles! http://apple.co/2fLNkLF https://goo.gl/NWFLKk Eli PhippsJust a Nashville nerd into most things […]

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MCH Halloween Movie List Day 2: Fright Night

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Released in 1985, Fright Night is another awesome 80’s horror flick. It brought a sexiness and danger back to the vampire genre. The movie echoed how I felt about Monster Squad in that, how cool would it be to be a kid like Charlie and have a supernatural adventure like this? I always loved the […]

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MCH Kid’s Halloween Movie List Day 2: Beetlejuice

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Beetlejuice, the “ghost with the most,” is one of the most beloved characters of the Halloween season. This is Tim Burton’s direction at his best, and he managed to pull out some terrific performances from his actors. The movie starts with the lovable young couple Adam and Barbara (played by Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin) […]

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Haunted House season is in full swing!

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One of the best, and most fun traditions of the Halloween season is haunted houses. From local haunts for charity, to multimillion dollar productions, there is something for everyone. The map below mentions the ballpark number of haunts in each state. Here is a top 31 list posted last year. https://www.axs.com/31-of-the-scariest-and-best-haunted-houses-in-the-united-states-106620 Let’s not forget institutes […]