Halloween is right around the corner and what better to celebrate by visiting a haunted attraction! Last night I visited Night of Terror at Creamy Acres Farm in the beautiful southern New Jersey town of Mullica Hill. http://www.nightofterror.com/
I have been going to haunted spooky attractions for years now and I have to say Night of Terror is one of the best Ive ever been too! Night of Terror features 6 scary attractions plus zombie paintball. I went with friends and family and glad we arrived early. It was Friday night and by 7 o clock this place gets very crowded and packed. "Shop Halloween"
The Hayride of Terror was very atmospheric featured amazing detail and nice combination of large animated props and scare actors that jumped on the ride while we rode.
After the hayride we entered cornfield maze and was chased around with chainsaw lunatics I laughed as my sister freaked out as it took us 20 mins to find the exit out.
Frozen tundra none of us could see very well it was so foggy The 3D fun house was definitely one of the scariest they gave us the 3D glasses to wear that made the clowns glow. "SHOP HALLOWEEN NOW"
Overall this place was great and definitely worth the $25 WAWA convenience stores have $5 discount coupon off the $30 admission price.
Last week I saw Annabelle, the much anticipated prequel follow up, to the wildly successful horror film, The Conjuring. This film features the twist demonic doll that was featured in The Conjuring film and loosely inspired Chucky and the Child's Play films. Backstory of the film is set in the 1960s, with a young married couple living in California.
Wife Mia loves dolls, Husband John buys pregnant wife doll that happens to be Annabelle, which is a doll possessed, and all hell brakes loose. Mia and John experience a home invasion by two members of a Satanic
cult. A female cult member stabs Mia in the stomach just as the police
arrive and is shot, bleeding onto the Annabelle doll as she dies. The married couple and baby survives and is born fine. However, there is a deep supernatural uneasiness lurking underneath
the surface, and the couple moves homes after Mia begins to experience
paranormal events she believes are linked to the attack. James Wan scares are highly effective in Anabelle especially seeing them on the big giant screen at the Drive Inn. "Shop 2CoolGhouls for Halloween"
The scene in the basement and the elevator creeps me out the most without giving to much away. Overall Anabelle wasn't as good as The Conjuring but still good Halloween horror flick to see on a Saturday night.
The announced line up of films are Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death (which stars a young Bill Maher), Evil Bong, Seed People, Shrunken Heads, and finally on Halloween night, Elvira will skewer the classic zombie movie that started it all, Night of the Living Dead.
I just got the Rubies Costume's version of Michael Myers Halloween Deluxe Mask thats new for 2014. Not to be confused with the masks put out by Trick or Treat Studios, Rubies has the license for the first Halloween film from 1978. I have to say for a mask under $50 dollars its not bad.
The Horror genre has mainly been set for movie theaters, but throughout the years, there has been some cool horror based TV shows. Its seems that not only was the 1980's a goldmine for fans of horror films, but also, for horror on TV.
One of my favorites was Tales from the Darkside, that was created by horror movie icon George Andrew Romero. It ran from 1984 to 1988 and featured 89 30 min episodes in the four years it ran.
Next is Freddy's Nightmares which was riding the wave of success of the A Nightmare on Elm Street films
It ran from 1988 to 1990 which produced 44 hour long episodes. It featured Freddy's sarcastic humor it which he would introduce a different episode each week it aired.
Next is Monsters which carried the same tradition of Tales of the Darkside different stories but this show stayed within the Horror genre. I remember the intro sort of mocking suburbia with the monster family all sitting at home watching The Monster TV show. This show also ran from 1988 to 1990 and produced 72, 30 min episodes.