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Tag Archives: Halloween
It has become our tradition of sorts to make costumes that light up and have a coin-operated or vending machine theme. In years past, we have made a a candy machine, a jukebox and a fortune teller. This Halloween was … Continue reading
I snapped this photo in the Italian Market in Philadelphia and applied a little Photoshop magic to evoke the spirit of Halloween.
My Mom with her first grandchild and a pumpkin I won in a sixth grade dance.
While most parents dash out to a drugstore to fulfill a narrow expectation of what is acceptable as Halloween apparel for their children, we design, craft and construct complex costumes which we seal our son into like a mummy in … Continue reading
It’s sort of a delirious combination of the 1966 Batman series, Gatchaman, The Space Giants, James Bond and maybe Yo Gabba Gabba.
It certainly wouldn’t be Halloween without a cake to celebrate the occasion! This spider topped beauty is giving me a case of Halloween-orexia! It has all of the necessary components of horror – a jack-o-lantern face, a dismembered arachnid, and … Continue reading
I wasn’t going to include George A Romero’s 1968 classic because it is too much of an obvious choice. Because of the spate of zombie movies, comedies, remakes and particularly due to the success of The Walking Dead television series, … Continue reading
Walking to work on trash days I’m noticing a certain disenchantment with my favorite of all holidays before the day has even arrived!
This was sort of a forbidden fruit for kids growing up in the early 1970s.
I wish I could summon the late, great John Williams to do my intros like the one below which was a staple of UHF television and has stuck in my head for years. …but I digress. Imagine John Williams saying … Continue reading