After watching the Tegridy Farms Halloween Special on South Park, I have one question: what the heck were they smoking when they made this?
For my penultimate pick for my first ever month of screams, I chose a show that’s perfect for Halloween. It’s Cartoon Network’s 2000’s classic, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. If you didn’t know, its about two kids, the idiotic Billy and the cynically terrifying Mandy, who win the friendship of the Grim Reaper in a game. The show followed the trio’s supernatural misadventures, and it was a mega-hit for the channel. Of course, it helped that Richard Horvitz and Grey DeLisle voiced the main characters. As a result of its themes, this show’s perfect for Halloween, and Billy and Mandy’s Jacked Up Halloween delivered!
Jay’s Month of Screams, Day 29- Regular Show I made a promise to take a look at every one of the Regular Show Terror Tales of the Park episodes, and … Continue Reading Terror Tales VI in Space!
For today’s choice pick for my month of screams, I’m doing something entirely different. It’s a new show that just came out on YouTube today, and people have been waiting for it for years. Also, it takes place in Hell and has demons beating the snot out of each other, so I thought it’s perfect for Halloween. Come with me to Hell as we check in to the Hazbin Hotel.
With Halloween nearly upon us, I’m closing in on the last of my picks for the month of screams. Since I’m such a big fan of Regular Show, I’m going to finish my review on the Terror Tales of the Park series, and this next one may be my favorite. It’s got Steve Blum in it!
Normally, I don’t go for horror movies, but this is the one horror movie for those who hate them, The Cabin in the Woods. It basically embraces/calls out everything great/bad about the genre.
In the second Halloween episode of Gravity Falls, we step into Gravity Falls one night as we’re stranded outside the Mystery Shack and subjected to Stan’s tales. Tales meant to make us BUY HIS MERCHANDISE!!
I’ve waited to use Gravity Falls for my month of Halloween, and now seems like the best possible time to do so. While the entire series is perfect for a Halloween binge-watching, there are two episodes that are actually Halloween specials. In the first one, the Pines Twins discover the Gravity Falls Tradition of Summerween.
In the fourth Terror Tales special, the Park Gang solves one of Regular Show’s greatest mysteries: what’s Muscle Man’s Muscle Mom really like?
This next choice for my month of Halloween specials is an old classic, and one of my personal favorites. It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.
After all these years, the Simpsons reaches a momentous occasion. It’s famous “Treehouse of Horror” specials hits is 30th episode!
Jay’s Month of Screams, Day 20- The Simpsons I’ve spent the entire month talking about the various Halloween specials and movies I’ve watched. Some of them are beloved classics, while … Continue Reading The Best Treehouse of Horror Ever
Jay’s Month of Screams, Day 19- Tales From the Crypt I was looking at scary movies to watch for tonight, and I remembered this movie that Nostalgia Critic talked about … Continue Reading Demon Knight Was a Weird Movie
Of all the versions of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow out there, I think my favorite has to be the 1949 Disney version. I can’t help but love it!
Ever since I started this month long event, I’ve made a conscious effort to avoid using any of the examples I used for FANDOM. Yet I can no longer put off using this next one because it’s so good. It’s Rocko’s Modern Life: Sugar Frosted Frights.
Pack your trick or treat bags and be ready for a trip in Ed Edd n’ Eddy’s Boo Haw Haw. When Ed watches a marathon of horror films for Halloween, he starts seeing monsters everywhere out to get him and his friends. Eddy, meanwhile, is too focused on finding this neighborhood that supposedly gives out a ton of candy.