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The Babadook (2014)

The Babadook is an intensely creepy film surrounding single mother Amelia (Essie Davis) and her troubled son Samuel (Noah Wiseman). After losing her husband on the way to the hospital to give birth to their son 6 years prior, Amelia [more…]

Jack-O-Lantern Pumpkin Pie

If you’re a pumpkin pie nut like me, this is a great Halloween season version of a Thanksgiving favorite. Put a little crust on top in the shape of a jack-o-lantern and away you go! The recipe below uses filling, but you can substitute it by making y [more…]

Witch’s Apples

Caramel apples have been a long time Halloween favorite. This is a slightly different take on your favorite, gooey treat. Right out of the Witch’s cauldron, this recipe is from Cosmopolitan.com. A fun, but messy, recipe that is great [more…]

Corny Pop

Looking for a Halloween treat to munch on while watching a spooky movie? This is the recipe you’re looking for! The recipe comes from Instructables.com and it is probably one of the easiest recipes on the page, but also one of the ta [more…]

Pathology (2008)

Pathology is a medical thriller about a group of deranged pathology medical students. Our main character, Dr. Ted Grey (Milo Ventimiglia), is just starting his internship at a prestigious program. We don’t know much about him except that he is a ho [more…]

Monster Berries

If there is something I love more than most treats, it’s chocolate covered berries. If ever an opportunity to have strawberries with chocolate, I take it! So when I came across this recipe, you can imagine I was absolutely beside myself. There are ma [more…]

Culbertson Mansion

Culbertson Mansion was built in 1867 by the richest man in Indiana, William Culbertson. Located on the premises are the beautiful mansion and the carriage house. The mansion itself has been rumored for years to be haunted. William was married three t [more…]

Location: 914 E Main St, New Albany, IN

Admission: Adults $7, Seniors $5, Children and Students $2, Children under 3 get in for free

Spooky Mimosa

Mimosas are classically a morning alcoholic beverage, but with this slight twist it becomes a creature of the night! OR it can be a great addition to your morning after the big Halloween party. This cocktail recipe comes from TheStir.com[more…]

Hummus Pumpkin Patch

For those of you looking for a healthy Halloween treat, try adding carrot skewers to your favorite hummus plate. Add a little parsley and you have a pumpkin patch! Hummus is a favorite of mine so I am always happy to find new ways to use it.

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Finger Sandwiches

A great transition from summer food to fall food with these Finger Sandwiches. These are simple and take only a few minutes to prepare and they are the perfect finger food for kids and adults. The ‘blood’ makes them a little messy, but as long as you [more…]

The Seelbach Hotel

A hotel as old as The Seelbach is bound to have a few skeletons in the closet or running around the halls. Opened in 1905 with a whopping $1 million spent on marble, bronze and rugs from around the globe, The Seelbach became an instant success. Many [more…]

Location: 500 S 4th St, Louisville, KY 40202

Admission: $$$

Maniac (2012)

A Maniac has had a make-over. While the original Maniac (1980) was a garish, almost plotless attempt at a horror movie, Franck Khalfoun’s remake is a terrifying look into the mind of a madman from the first person perspective. When the movie first [more…]

We Are What We Are (2013)

A dark, unpredictable and thought-provoking film about a strange family and their generations-old beliefs. It is not unusual for the horror genre to include religious connotations (The Exorcist, The Omen) to play on good versus evil where good almost [more…]

Haunter (2013)

An interesting twist on a classic haunted house story. We are introduced to a rebellious, moody teenage girl named Lisa (Abigail Breslin). We find out pretty quickly that Lisa and her family are reliving the same day over and over and over again, and [more…]

Blood Slide Suckers

Straight from the pages of Dexter, these bloodslide suckers are one of the more unique recipes we’ve found, it is from Instructables.com. It is also one of the more challenging to make. We recommend a bit of patience with this one!

Roast Alien Tentacle

This is a fun and nasty desert for your Halloween parties right from the mothership. Cut fresh and displayed for all your guests to see…Roast Alien Tentacle. This recipe comes to you from Instructables.com. It’s a fairly easy recipe to make, great [more…]

Zombie Pops

There are Blow Pops, Dum Dums, Push Pops and so many other great pops…why not a ZOMBIE Pop? Bring the dead back to life with these great cake pops from DailyCandy.com. It’s a more challenging recipe that takes a little artistic talent to get right, [more…]

Nom Nom Necronomicon

If you’re a fan of the Evil Dead or maybe you just like having your own Book of the Dead, this Necronomicon Pizza is for you! Not for the faint of heart, this terrifying tasty pizza is a great snack for the Halloween season. A fun new spin on pizza t [more…]

Jefferson Community College

This structure was originally constucted in 1903 to house the Louisville Prebyterian Theological Seminary. In 1968 it was remodeled and became Jefferson Community College. The ghost that walks these halls is believed to be Lucy Sites Barrett. It was [more…]

Location: 109 East Broadway

Admission: N/A

Henry Vogt Mansion

A jilted lover and suicide surround this once prominent mansion. Built in the late 1800’s by Henry Vogt, this mansion has had its fair share of ghost stories. The most tragic is the story of a young bride. When the home still belonged to the Vogt’s, [more…]

Location: 223 East Broadway

Admission: N/A

Arachnid Eggs

Did you know one of the most common fears is the fear of spiders? Here is a fun recipe prey on those arachnophobics in your life. It’s a Halloween twist on an Easter favorite, these are Arachnid Eggs! If you like deviled eggs, then you’ll love these. [more…]

Haunted Forest

Want to make a vegetable tray not quite so dull? This recipe can turn your boring veggie tray into a haunted forest! What better way to get kids to eat their greens than to make it fun and spooky? This recipe is easy to make and if done right can eve [more…]

Edible Slime

Are you a Mad Scientist at heart? A Ghostbusters fan just looking to get slimed? Here’s your chance with this Edible Slime recipe. Be forewarned, it is still SLIME so it will be about like sucking down snot. BUT if you like that kind of thing, this i [more…]

Brain Food

If you’re anything like me, then you LOVE cocktail shrimp. I could eat them whether I am hungry or not! Never really been a Halloween party favorite though, until NOW! And with this mound of shrimp you are sure to be at the top of the A-list of any p [more…]

The Brown Hotel

You may not get a restful night’s sleep if you stay at The Brown Hotel. Stories have been told of Mr. Brown and his loveable poodle Woozem. When Woozem was deserted by the circus, Mr. Brown adopted the dog and lavished it with actual silver spoons. I [more…]

Location: 335 W Broadway, Louisville, KY

Admission: Cost of the room

Antiviral (2012)

Lucas Companies offer the latest in celebrity diseases. That’s right…in a world so consumed by celebrities, you can now choose to buy your favorite celebs disease and become infected with it. People have never been closer to the people they adore [more…]

Halloween Bundt Cake

This recipe is for those looking for something a little more tasteful for your Halloween party. This idea comes from CookingWithSugar.com. It’s an easy recipe and great for Halloween part [more…]

Actor’s Theater

When the house lights go down a special viewer watches the performance in anticipation. In 1970, an actress from Louisville named Pamela Brown Anderson, her husband and a friend decided to be the first people to cross the Atlantic Ocean by balloon. U [more…]

Location: 316 W Main St Louisville, KY

Admission: Depends upon the show

Evil Dead (2013)

When I heard that they were remaking Evil Dead, I scoffed just like the rest of you. Everyone knows you shouldn’t try to remake a beloved cult classic, and nobody could replace Bruce Campbell as our loveable hero Ash. So I went into this movie thin [more…]

The Devil Inside (2012)

Isabella Rossi played by Fernanda Andrade decides to create a documentary to find the answers to what happened to her mother 20 years earlier. Her mother was convicted of murdering two priests and a nun in 1989 and then taken to a mental hospital in [more…]

Sorority House Massacre (1986)

In Sorority House Massacre we follow Beth (Angela O’Neill) as she goes to the sorority house of some friends after the death of the aunt that raised her. Immediately, Beth starts having weird visions and dreams of a psycho with a knife killing peop [more…]

Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter (2012)

Four score and seven years ago Abraham Lincoln apparently hunted vampires. Of course, this is all according to the minds of director Timur Bekmambetov and producer Tim Burton. The film was based on the real tragedies that President Lincoln experience [more…]

I Saw The Devil (2010)

Let us open the scene on every woman’s worst nightmare; it’s cold, dark, and you are broken down on the side of the road alone when a strange man approaches. Yep, sounds like the opening to a thrilling movie. “I Saw the Devil” is a chilling movie [more…]

Peeping Tom (1960)

I found this movie on Rotten Tomatoes top 50 scariest movies of all time, so I had to check it out. Peeping Tom was filmed in 1960. In order to watch this movie, you must first step back and remember that horror films were significantly different in [more…]

Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)

The funniest movie I’ve seen in a long time! Tucker and Dale vs Evil is a much needed spoof of modern day horror films and their predictability. Tucker and Dale are two lovable rednecks remodeling their newly purchased vacation home [more…]

Sleepy Hollow

No, not the headless horseman story. Sleepy Hollow is a road that is so isolated and dark that the only light to guide you is your headlights and the moon. The tree line casts creepy shadows over the road so that it is hard to see anything else.The [more…]

Location: Oldham County, KY

Admission: N/A

Speed Art Museum

The Speed Art Museum was established by Harriet (Hattie) Bishop speed, the second wife of JB Speed, in 1927. It was created as a memorial for her late husband who never loved her quite as much as her loved his first wife, Cora. Hattie was always ve [more…]

Location: Louisville, KY

Admission: Free, $4 donation is encouraged.

Joe’s Older Than Dirt

We all know of Joe’s Older Than Dirt in Lyndon. Many of us have probably been there.  But what most of us didn’t know is that it’s haunted.  Workers will be there late at night after closing and will hear chairs moving, and unexplained voices. So [more…]

Location: Lyndon, KY

Admission: No cover charge

Eastern Cemetery

Most of us have heard of Eastern Cemetery becuase of all the times it has made local news. This cemetery has been used to bury bodies since 1843. Iit was brought to light that there were coffins stacked as many as five deep when they started stickin [more…]

Location: Louisville, KY

Admission: N/A

Hot Rod Haven

The story tells of a young girl and boy that that died on their way to a dance.  Hot Rod Haven is actually a part of Mitchell Hill Road. Mitchell Hill Road has a stretch that is winding and twisting with short straight-aways and curves. It was a ver [more…]

Location: Mitchell Hill Road, Louisville Ky

Admission: N/A

Insidious (2010)

After all the hype about this movie, I couldn’t wait to see it.  Friend after friend told me how great this movie was and that it was a “must see” before you die movie.  Sadly, I’ve come to grips that my friends aren’t very bright.  Don [more…]

Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! (2008)

Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! = Crappy! Boring! Atrocious! I’m all for low budget films but this trash was thrown together with bad acting, horrible dialogue, and terrible effects.  There are no amount of boobies in the world that they could have shown [more…]

The Experiment (2010)

I apologize that this is not a horror movie review. However, this movie is so good that I feel it would be an injustice if I didn’t write a review so that others will be compelled to watch it. “The Experiment” is a psychological thriller and drama s [more…]

Devil (2010)

I’ll be the first to tell you that I am absolutely not a M. Night Shyamalan fan.  That being said, I was pleasantly surprised that he wrote the script for this movie.  I guess it goes to show that when he leaves other people to direct his movies, t [more…]

The Human Centipede (2009)

Come on, do you really need me to review this movie? It’s a mad scientist sewing people together to make a human centipede by connecting their mouths to another person’s rectum. Of course you should watch this movie! Prepare to be grossed out and fo [more…]

The Orphanage (2007)

Just wow!  I was expecting a horror filled, blood saturated flick when I read the description of this movie. However, Guillermo Del Toro never ceases to amaze.  Instead of  blood and guts, I got to spend the evening with creepy kids, mediums, psyc [more…]

Death of a Ghosthunter (2007)

I watched this movie simply because it was listed in the horror section of my netflix instant viewing. Seeing as October has arrived, I decided to go ahead and watch it. I’ll admit, once I got past the Blair-Witchish camera work and mediocore acting, [more…]

Shutter Island (2010)

You will know how Shutter Island is going to end in the first 5 minutes of watching it, but the time leading up to the end is fantastic.  This movie had me enthralled every moment.  I would not classify it as a horror movie so much as a suspense.  [more…]

Jennifer’s Body (2009)

If Megan Fox wanted to prove that she has no acting ability what-so-ever and is really only a pretty face and hot body….well, then kudos to her.  She plays a high school beauty that is killed and transformed into a demon whose appetite is only sus [more…]

The Pervert (2005)

This movie is not for young eyes: The Pervert is a throwback to when women weren’t required to be pencil thin and fornication was acceptable at any age and apparently in any place.  Jonathan Yudis directs this entertainin [more…]

Nightmare On Elm St (2010)

9,10…you will sleep again -right through this movie! I only have one question for Samuel Bayer.  Why do you hate us?  Why do you despise the viewing audience so much that you would direct the most poorly put together Nightmar [more…]