Thursday, October 31, 2019

Happy Halloween: Here's What You Can Do!

WeHo Halloween Carnaval
Happy Halloween! 
Well, boils and ghouls, this is the end for another year of all things spooky and scary...until forty-five horror films premiere next month in the city. It's been a real scare, but alas it's time we ended things. So, grab a costume, grab some candy and get out there!

Check out our Halloween Guide or here's the main events going on tonight for Halloween! Maybe try that new Jackbox Party Pack 6 we reviewed as a Halloween party game.

West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval
Thurs, Oct 31, 6pm-10:30pm
Santa Monica Blvd
West Hollywood

The biggest Halloween get together in the city. This crazy big event take place on street cut-off from traffic with thousands of people in costume. Live music along hte path lets you walk around and see some of LA's craziest costumes.

*Safety is a huge priority. We saw tons of cops cover every way in or out of the street.
*Parking sucks, take a Lyft or Uber and prepare to walk. A lot of the free shuttle did not work last year. 

-Discover Los Angeles' Halloween Party Guide
A long list of Halloween parties happening in LA.

-Don't forget the theme park haunts and our local haunts too

35mm Halloween night double feature of 
Thu, October 31, 8:15 PM
Vista Theatre
4473 Sunset Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027
$11 – $144

"Join us Halloween night for two of the greatest horror movies that the 1980’s produced: the original Nightmare on Elm Street and its miraculously genius sequel Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors."

Halloween Organ & Film:
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Haunting images and live organ will tingle your spine.

Thu, Oct 31, 7:30pm
Egyptian Theatre 6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90028

George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead in 3D

Dawn of the Dead in 3-D: The Halloween Night 40th Anniversary Screenings
Ahrya Fine Arts

10/30 & 10/31: New Amsterdam Entertainment presents the 40th Anniversary screening of George A Romero’s iconic film. The critique on American consumerism was the first to bring the zombie to a worldwide audience.