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13 Costumes Kids Wore In The 90s That Will Make You Miss Trick-Or-Treating

Trick-or-treating was the highlight of fall. When you're a kid, there is nothing more important than your trick-or-treating plans. You have to pick the right neighborhood, you have to figure out which houses are giving out full size candy bars, and of course you need to have the best costume. There is no point to going trick-or-treating if you don't put the effort in. Sure, some of the older kids would just throw a cape on and pretend like it was enough, but when we were young we took it seriously. SydlexiaWe didn't have a lot of control over the

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'The Craft' Almost Had An Entirely Different Cast And Now We Can't Unsee It

As October 31st approaches, we can't help but re-watch all of our favorite Halloween flicks from back in the day. While the typical slasher movies are popular this time of year, there's nothing wrong with opting for something a little more fun. I mean, you can never go wrong with Hocus Pocus or Halloweentown, but sometimes we also need to give underrated movies, like The Craft, a chance. IMDBThe spooky film had all the elements of a perfect 90s Halloween movie, including a quadrant of witches, cool special effects, Catholic school girl-meets-goth outfits to inspire your next costume, cheesy lines,

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Tony Todd Had Real Bees In His Mouth, And Other Facts About 'Candyman'

25 years ago, the horror genre was blessed with Candyman. What started out as a short story called "The Forbidden" instantly became a classic and mandatory Halloween viewing. YouTubeBut there are some things you may not have known about the cult classic!1. Eddie Murphy Was Almost CandymanNew Speak OnlineTony Todd became a horror icon as Candyman, but it was almost Eddie Murphy terrorizing us. There are a few rumors as to why he didn't get the part, but nothing has been confirmed. Some say it was his high salary demands. Others suggest his height (5ft9) wasn't nearly as intimidating

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9 Facts About "The Witches" That Might Turn You Into A Mouse

In 1983, Roald Dahl released his dark fairytale, The Witches. The book was relatively popular, but it wasn't until Jim Henson and director Niclas Roeg brought it to the big screen in 1990 that people truly appreciated how terrifying and dark it was. AmazonThe movie featured Anjelica Huston as the Grand High Witch, whose plan is to turn all children into mice. A young boy overhears the witches discussing the plan at a convention, and they test out the formula on him first. The boy must fight against the witches with some help from the hotel manager, played by Rowan

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13 Horror Movie Facts Guaranteed To Keep You Up At Night

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre scene that was "worse than Vietnam"Suddenly all your family dinners during the holidays don't seem that bad.VortexThe infamous dinner scene in Texas Chainsaw Massacre is known for being incredibly hard to sit through, but as it turns out it was even harder to film. The actor who played Grandfather hated the process of applying his makeup so much that he refused to go through it again, leaving them to shoot all of his scenes in one brutal 36 hour marathon.A whole lot of nope.VortexTo make things worse, they were filming

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15 Things From The 90s That Prove Our Halloweens Were The Best

The general premise of Halloween hasn't really changed much over the years, but kids in the 90s really did have it better. This is why.1. These Trick-or-Treat BucketsThe BerryThey came with every Happy Meal, and they were the perfect vessel to carry the copious amounts of candy you were about to get. 2. The McNuggetsThe BerryI promise this is not just about McDonald's, but were these toys not the best thing to get? A chicken nugget that doubles as a Halloween toy. Brilliant. 3. WarheadsSmoshThese were the best candy to get, other than full-size chocolate bars, of course. I

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The Entire Cast Of 'Halloweentown' Reunited To Pay Tribute To Debbie Reynolds

Halloweentown is one of the greatest Disney Channel movies ever made. That's just a fact. The movie came out back in 1998 and it became an instant classic. Disney ChannelMarnie Piper and her super-cool grandma Aggie were essentially all of our role models. Every Halloween we would re-watch this awesome movie and hope that maybe this year we would become real witches. We aren't the only ones who are still obsessed with the movie. The town where the movie was filmed still loves it as much (if not more) than you do! Every year, St. Helens, Oregon holds the "Spirit