Candy
Horror Movies
Costumes
Halloween Music
Halloween History
100

This candy sees a chocolate coating over a peanut butter center and is so popular, they usually come two to a package.

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

100

This movie killer uses dreams to seek revenge on all the children of Elm Street.

Freddy Kruger

100

The costume to this movie character was made out of a real animal pelt...I hope he had "courage" to wear it.

Cowardly Lion

100

This 1980's classic was performed by the King of Pop, and also included a scary voiceover from Horror Icon Vincent Price.

Thriller

100

Director Peter Jackson, known for this Oscar Winning Fantasy Trilogy, was born on Halloween in 1961. Do you think Gandalf attends his birthday parties?

Lord of the Rings

200

Need a moment? This candy is full of caramel and peanuts and is one of the most popular candies around Halloween.

Snickers

200

This movie killer can be seen lurking around Camp Crystal Lake. Watch out for his Machete and Hockey Mask.

Jason

200

The killer Ghostface became a best seller Halloween Costume after this release of this 1996 teen horror movie.

Scream

200

The theme song for this Creepy and Cookie family is easily very Mysterious and Spooky, and its all together Ookie

The Addams Family

200

This famous Tennis star won her first professional Tennis match at the age of 14, she beat the former NCAA champion on Halloween on 1994.

Venus Williams

300

This candy is seen during the halloween and Thanksgiving season, and often comes in multiple color varieties, including orange, yellow and white, as well as brown orange and green.

Candy Corn

300

This 1999 film was one of the first films to find success using what is known as "found footage" in order to tell a scary story.

The Blair Witch Project

300

Reese Witherspoon had it placed in her contract that she got to keep all of the pink clothing from this courtroom comedy.

Legally Blonde

300

Warren Zevon sang a song about what kind of horror creature skulking around the city of London during a full moon. 

Werewolf

300

This US President ordered a stop to bombing in North Vietnam on Haloween of 1968.

Lyndon B. Johnson

400

This candy was invented at the start of WW2 and to this day is a common staple among rations of overseas soldiers...Glad they dont melt in your hand.

M&M's

400

This 1970's movie was the first horror film to be considered for a best picture oscar nomination, thanks in part to performances from Linda Blaire.

The Exorcist

400

Actor David Prouse, not James Earl Jones, was actually in the costume of the primary villain in this Science Fiction Film Classic

Star Wars

400

The Tocatta  and Fugue in D Minor was created by what famous classical composer.

Bach

400

This National Monument was completed in South Dakota on Halloween of 1941.

Mount Rushmore

500

This candy bay is a Dark chocolate covering a large quantity of candied coconut. Its counterpart even has nuts on top.

Mounds

500

The Texas Chainsaw MAssacre sees what horror icon attacking his victims with a chainsaw.

Leatherface

500

This 1997 film make Ray-Ban Sunglass, worn by the title character, much more fashionable and popular that year.

Men in Black

500

The Night on Bald Mountain was first heard in what early Disney Animated film.

Fantasia

500

The fourth Summer Olympics in 1908 had its closing ceremony in this European capital city.

London

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