Thursday, October 31, 2013

Happy Halloween/Samhain History

Samhain -- The fields are bare, the leaves have fallen from the trees, and the skies are going gray and cold. It is the time of year when the earth has died and gone dormant. Every year on October 31 (or May 1, if you're in the Southern Hemisphere) the Sabbat we call Samhain presents us with the opportunity to once more celebrate the cycle of death and rebirth. For many Pagan and Wiccan traditions, Samhain is a time to reconnect with our ancestors, and honor those who have died. This is the time when the veil between our world and the spirit realm is thin, so it's the perfect time of year to make contact with the dead. You may want to take a moment to read up on:


Rituals and Ceremonies

Depending on your individual spiritual path, there are many different ways you can celebrate Samhain, but typically the focus is on either honoring our ancestors, or the cycle of death and rebirth. This is the time of year when the gardens and fields are brown and dead. The nights are getting longer, there's a chill in the air, and winter is looming. We may choose to honor our ancestors, celebrating those who have died, and even try to communicate with them. Here are a few rituals you may want to think about trying for Samhain -- and remember, any of them can be adapted for either a solitary practitioner or a small group, with just a little planning ahead.



Samhain is the third and final harvest, the harvest of meat. The Old King is dead, and the Crone Goddess mourns him greatly during the next six weeks. The sun is at its lowest point on the horizon as measured by the ancient standing stones of Britain and Ireland, the reason the Celts chose this sabbat rather than Yule as their new year. To the ancient Celts, this holiday divided the year into two seasons, Winter and Summer. Samhain is the day on which the Celtic New Year and winter begin together, so it is a time for both beginnings and endings.

It is also the day we honor our dead. Now, while the veil between the worlds is thinnest, those who have died in the past year and those who are to be reincarnated pass through. The doors of the sidhe-mounds are open, and neither human nor faery need any magickal passwords to come and go. Our ancestors, the blessed dead, are more accessible, more approachable during the time of the dying of the land. Samhain is a day to commune with the dead and a celebration of the eternal cycle of reincarnation.



Altar candles should be orange (represents magick of fire and remainder of fire in autumn leaves), black (collects and absorbs light and keeps you warm), white (sends out energy), silver, and gold (represents Moon and Sun).

Incense may be myrrh or patchouli

Decorate with autumn flowers, small pumpkins, Indian corn, and gourds

Cauldron with black votive candle for petition magick (for writing resolutions on a strip of paper and burning in the candle flame)

Divination or scrying devises -- tarot, obsidian ball, pendulum, runes, oghams, Ouija boards, black cauldron or bowl filled with black ink or water, or magick mirror, to name a few

An animal horn, feather or talon as a power symbol (Samhain is tradtionally the meat harvest)



Rosemary (for remembrance of our ancestors)
Mullein seeds (a projection for abundance) 
Mugwort (to aid in divination)

rue, calendula, sunflower petals and seeds, pumpkin seeds, turnip seeds, apple leaf, sage, mushrooms, wild ginseng, wormwood, tarragon, bay leaf, almond, hazelnut, passionflower, pine needles, nettle, garlic, hemlock cones, mandrake root

At Samhain, witches once gave one another acorns as gifts. During the Burning Times, giving someone an acorn was a secret means of telling that person you were a witch. Acorns are fruits of the oak, one of the most sacred trees to the ancient Celts. They are symbols of protection, fertility, growth, values, and friendship.



Black obsidian, smoky quartz, jet, amber, pyrite, garnet, granite, clear quartz, marble, sandstone, gold, diamond, iron, steel, ruby, hematite, brass



At Samhain, witches cast spells to keep anything negative from the past -- evil, harm, corruption, greed -- out of the future. Cast spells to psychically contact our deceased forebears and retrieve ancient knowledge, thus preserving the great Web that stretches through many generations of human families.


Happy Halloween from the Crafty Witch family to yours!

-The Crafty Witch

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

History Of Mischief Night

We all know what happens on Halloween, the night that little boys and girls dress up and (unwittingly) celebrate the ancient Celtic tradition of Samhain and All Hallows Eve.

Anyone who has woken up on Halloween morning to find their house egged, their pumpkin smashed or yard toilet-papered, however, is lucky enough to live where a sister tradition that is not quite as old (but a yearly custom all the same) is also practiced with fervor.

The night of Oct. 30, which goes by a variety of names including Devil's Night in Detroit and Miggy Night in parts of England, sees neighborhood youngsters pull pranks just as diverse as the custom's monikers, ranging from the innocent to the downright dangerous.


So where did this license to cause mayhem come from?

Mischief Night, as it is most commonly known in the United States, has been around in its present form for at least 50 years, when it became a day for playing "tricks" while Halloween itself was reserved for the little one to gather "treats." The practice goes back hundreds of years before that, though, to a time when Halloween and misbehavior were inextricably linked.

In some areas, unfortunately, today's pranks have evolved into acts much scarier than ghosts or goblins.

Mischief always a part of Halloween

Causing mischief has been a part of the Halloween tradition since the very beginning.


The most ancient roots of Halloween come from the Celts of Great Britain, who believed that the day before their Nov. 1 New Year was a time when spirits came back to haunt and play tricks. On Oct. 31, people dressed up in scary costumes, played games, lit bonfires and left food out on their doorsteps for the ghosts in celebration of this otherworldly event, which the Celts called Samhain.

When Great Britain was Christianized in the 800s, the ghoulish games of Samhain merged with All Saints Day and All Souls Day, during which the dead were honored with parades and door-to-door solicitation by peasants for treats — usually a bit of food or money.

After the Protestant Reformation, much of England stopped the "treating" side of Halloween because it was connected to Catholic saints, and transferred the trickery to the eve of Guy Fawkes Night, a Nov. 5 holiday celebrating the foiling of the 1605 Gunpowder Plot to blow up British Parliament. Mischief Night in England is still celebrated on Nov. 4.

The Irish, Scottish and northern English, meanwhile, kept up much of their Halloween traditions, including the good-natured misbehavior, and brought their ways to North America with the wave of immigration in the 1800s.


Before the 20th century, Halloween mischief in the United States and Canada happened on Oct. 31 and consisted of tipping over outhouses, unhinging farmer's gates, throwing eggs at houses and the like. By the 1920s and 30s, however, the celebrations had become more like a rowdy block party, and the acts of vandalism more serious, probably instigated by tensions over the Great Depression and the threat of war, historians say.

To stem the vandalism, concerned parents and town leaders tried to ply kids with candy, encouraging the forgotten tradition of trick-or-treating in costume in exchange for sweets, bumping the mischief element from the celebrations of Oct. 31 altogether. It was then that the troublemakers, neighborhood by neighborhood, adopted Oct. 30 as their day to pull pranks.

Rotten vegetables

The custom of vandalism on Oct. 30, oddly, seems to have only developed sporadically, often appearing in some areas but not at all in others nearby.

Nowadays, Mischief Night is especially popular in pockets where Irish and Scottish immigration was common — in northeastern United States but not in the South and West, for example, and in the English-speaking communities of Canada but not the French. Examples of the regional varieties include:
Cabbage Night in parts of the northeastern United States, where rotten vegetables are collected and left on porch stoops or smeared on doors and windows.
Mat Night in English-speaking Quebec, where pranksters steal doormats and switch them with the neighbors'.
Gate Night, in the Midwest, where farmers gates are opened, leaving livestock to roam free.

Other popular pranks include the ubiquitous toilet-papering of homes and trees, "soaping" cars and windows and pumpkin smashing.
Though it consists of harmless fun in most places, "Devil's Night" in Detroit is notorious for its ties to gang culture and random acts of arson.
In 1984, more than 800 fires were set there on Devil's Night, leading to a serious crackdown and an Oct. 30 curfew for minors that persists to this day. This year, the mayor of Detroit has recruited an army of more than 30,000 volunteers to patrol their neighborhoods to prevent any similar mayhem.


Thank you

-The Crafty Witch

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Fav Halloween Movies 7 of 7

Last but not least the 2 remaining movies of the Fav Halloween list. I absolutely love the Halloweentown movies but, if I can have a mini hate fest for a second, I think they should've just stopped with the 3rd one, its not the I hate the 4th but I hate who they replaced Marnie with. Personally I think Sara Paxton is one of the worst actors of all time, and not to mention she looks nothing like Kimberly Brown's original character. Whew okay, got that off my chest! But back to the reason you're here - To end the list please enjoy these movies.


 Halloweentown High

Rating: G           Length: 83 mins.               Year: 2004

Cast: Debbie Reynolds, Kimberly Brown

Movie Description

The final installment of the trilogy finds young witch Marnie struggling to become a young adult witch while working with her grandmother to prove monsters aren't dangerous. If the daring duo can disguise monsters as humans and successfully enroll them in high school in the mortal world, they can save the family's powers.


Return To Halloweentown

Rating: PG           Length: 88 mins.               Year: 2006

Cast: Sara Paxton, Lucas Grabeel

Movie Description

Marnie Piper struggled for years with the knowledge that she had been given magical powers from her grandmother that enabled her to be a young witch. Finding a happy balance between being a normal girl and a developing witch had been hard on Marnie. College proves to be another challenging phase as Marnie learns more about the secrets of Halloweentown.


-The Crafty Witch

Monday, October 28, 2013

Celtic Tree Month of Reed Begins

Celtic Tree Month of Reed begins -- 

Reed is typically used to make wind instruments, and this time of year, its haunting sounds are sometimes heard when the souls of the dead are being summoned to the Underworld. 

The Reed Moon was called Negetal, pronounced nyettle by the Celts, and is sometimes referred to as the Elm Moon by modern Pagans. 

This is a time for divination and scrying. If you're going to have a seanse  this is a good month to do it. 

This month, do magical workings related to spirit guides, energy work, meditation, celebration of death, and honoring the cycle of life and rebirth.

-The Crafty Witch

Friday, October 25, 2013

Fav Halloween Movies 6 of 7

Now that we are winding down and getting to the end of the Fav Halloween movies I'm saving the best ones for last Movies 6 - 7 in my opinion are the best of all time Halloween movies. (And yes I know both photos are of Halloweentown 2, just use your imagination here people)



Rating: PG           Length: 84 mins.               Year: 1998

Cast: Debbie Reynolds, Judith Hoag, Kimberly J. Brown

Movie Description

A Disney Channel Original Movie that's become a Halloween-season standard, 1998's Halloweentown stars screen legend Debbie Reynolds as the matriarch of what turns out to be a family of witches.

When Aggie (Reynolds) unexpectedly drops in for a visit, her daughter (Gwen) isn't as thrilled as her three children about the surprise appearance. Aggie's drop-in coincides with an argument between Gwen and the children regarding why they aren't allowed to celebrate Halloween. To Gwen's displeasure, the grandmother supports her grandchildren's desires, and Gwen is soon fighting a losing battle.

Against Gwen's wishes, Aggie begins training Marnie, the 13-year old, to be a witch. A huge argument ensues, but Aggie (as always) convinces Gwen that Marnie is needed to help solve a string of mysterious disappearances that only a fresh, novice witch can help with.

From there, the film takes off on an other-worldly adventure filled with spells and teen romance, highlighted by the three siblings discovering and using their previously untapped powers to save their town from an evil demon who ironically was once Gwen's boyfriend.


Halloweentown 2

Rating: PG           Length: 81 mins.               Year: 2001

Cast: Debbie Reynolds, Judith Hoag, Kimberly J. Brown

Movie Description

Screen legend Debbie Reynolds portrays the grandmother of a teenage witch in the Disney Channel Original Movie, Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge. The film is the first sequel in a series of four films adapted from the original Disney production of Halloweentown.

The grand-daughter, Marnie (Kimberly J. Brown), has unknowingly allowed her grandmother's book of magical spells to fall into the hands of Kal (Daniel Kountz), who turns out to be the warlock son of Kalabar, a fearsome demon. When Aggie, the grandmother, begins noticing unusual magical activity, she becomes suspicious and, with Marnie in tow, depart for Halloweentown to investigate and try to rectify the situation. Upon arrival, they discover that the town has been transformed (via black magic) into a nightmarish version of all things "Halloween."

The film is directed by Mary Lambert, whose resume includes music videos and television as well as feature films, primarily in the horror genre.


-The Crafty Witch

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Key Elements of Successful Spell Casting

Spells are not to be taken or considered lightly. Before performing any spell, there are certain key elements you must meet in order to bring your spell to fruition. 

1. Faith and Certainty. You must be absolutely certain in your mind that what you want to happen WILL happen as a result of the spell. You can have no doubt; you know it, so it becomes...."So Mote It Be".

2. Like Attracts Like. Be absolutely SURE and CLEAR about what you want. What you focus on is what you attract in the positive or negative. It's all about INTENTION.

3. You. You are a key ingredient to a successful spell. Your intention, energy and focus determine the outcome of the spell....or not. THE TRUTH IS IN YOUR HEART, SPEAK IT.

4. Cast Your Own Spells. Since YOU are a key ingredient in your spells, cast your own. Many people approach me and ask me to do spells for them. While you can do spells for other people, the outcome is more successful when a person does the spell himself of herself. Doing your own spell works best because your energy is closer to the outcome than anyone else.

5. Harm None. Never look to go against another person's free will. We all have the right to choose for ourselves. You cannot make someone love you and never wish revenge or suffering on another. We do not curse. It is all in how you ask for something. For example, You can do a spell to attract a love interest into your life, but you cannot make a specific person love you. Also, if someone is evil person and harms others, perhaps consider a spell asking karma to come a bit quicker (it is up to the Gods what that karma will be), along with sending out protective and healing spells and energies for victims of such a person. If you are unsure whether a spell is considered harmful, check with others in the craft. The statement, "Be careful what you wish for", is very, very true in spell casting and spells should not be taken lightly.

6. Rule of Three. As I stated above, be careful what you wish for. If you go against the right of another or spell cast/curse against another person, the wrath of the spell will come back at you at the magnitude of three times of your wrongdoing.

STUDY, LEARN, and CONSULT with others in the Craft before taking on spell casting. KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. The more you understand the key elements and the more you practice them, the more successful your outcomes will be. This has been my experience.

-The Crafty Witch

Monday, October 21, 2013

DIY Black Bat Wall Decor

This is not an official DIY Dollar store project, but it is still so cute and very much affordable  All items on the Black Bat Wall Decor can be found at your local Dollar Tree.

Best of this entire project will only cost $3.00!

What you’ll Need:

  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Construction Paper
  • Template

*All items italicized are item you probably already have around your own home.
*All items underlined are optional

Easy Step-by-Step Directions:

1. Print out the template and cut out the bat shape

2. Trace the Bat Shape onto the Black Construction paper

3. Cut out the bat from the construction paper

4. Tape To the Wall


-The Crafty Witch

Friday, October 18, 2013

Octobers Blood Moon

"Although all Esbats are a sacred time, there are a few full moons out of the year that are especially important. One of these is the October moon, sometimes referred to as the Harvest Moon (which actually takes place in September) but most accurately the Blood Moon. Different traditions and cultures have a variety of names for each moon but the Blood Moon refers to the final harvest: not in fact, an agricultural harvest, but that of the last meat of the year before winter returns. Appropriate, of course, as Samhain is the final harvest festival."

Full moon -- Blood Moon at 7:38 pm -- 

In October, we see the Blood Moon travel through the sky. This moon is also called the Shedding Moon or the Falling Leaf Moon. Coming right before Samhain, it's a time when the nights are crisp and clear, and you can sense a change in the energy around you.

Colors: Dark blue, black, purples

Gemstones: Obsidian, amethyst, tourmaline

Trees: Apples and yew

Gods: Herne, Apollo, Cernuous, Mercury

Herbs: Apple blossom, pennyroyal, mint family, catnip, Sweet Annie

Element: Air

Also Known As: Shedding Moon, Falling Leaf Moon

This is the time when the veil between our world and the spirit world are at its thinnest. Use this time for spiritual growth -- if there's a deceased ancestor you wish to contact, this is a great month to do it. Hold a séance, work on your divination, and pay attention to messages you get in your dreams.

-The Crafty Witch

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Fav Halloween Movies 5 of 7

Now that we are winding down and getting to the end of the Fav Halloween movies I'm saving the best ones for last Movies 5 - 7 in my opinion are the best of all time Halloween movies.


Hocus Pocus

Rating: PG           Length: 96 mins.               Year: 1993

Cast: Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy

Movie Description

A spin on the infamous 17th-Century Salem Witch Trials is the focus of the 1993 Walt Disney Pictures fantasy-comedy Hocus Pocus.

Salem, Mass. 1693: Three sisters (deemed witches by townspeople) are publicly hanged after allegedly killing another girl and transforming the slain girl's brother into a talking cat. Dissolve to Salem, Mass. 1993, October 31st (Halloween) to be precise.

New high school student Max isn't adjusting well to his new school or classmates. Apparently Max is an object of ridicule because he scoffs at the legend of the three witches, which is held to be a "sacred truth" in Salem. Reluctantly, Max agrees to accompany his younger sister on her "trick-or-treat"-ing rounds, where they become involved in strange goings-on at the house where the three 17th-Century "witch" sisters lived.

Hocus Pocus has developed somewhat of a cult following over the years. The cast is solid, led by Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, Omri Katz and Thora Birch. Legendary TV producer/director Garry Marshall has a cameo as the Devil.


The Haunted Mansion

Rating: PG           Length: 88 mins.               Year: 2003

Cast: Eddie Murphy, Terence Stamp, Nathaniel Parker, Marsha Thomason

Movie Description

The Evers family needed a little quality time together, but what they didn't need was quality time with a floating head in a crystal ball. Ghosts, dark secrets, and mysterious characters transform their tranquil family outing into a ghoulish night they'll never forget.


Thank you to for info

-The Crafty Witch

Monday, October 14, 2013

DIY Blood Candle

This project I like to call the Blood Candle, so spooky and really ties a room together during your halloween celebrations.

Best of this entire project will only cost $2.00!

What you'll Need:

• White Pillar Candle
• Red Taper Candle 
Candle Holder

*All items underlined are optional

Easy Step-by-Step Directions:

1. Put the White Pillar Candle on some sort of safe, non flammable surface.

2. Light Red Taper candle and melt over the edges of the white candle to give it the blood effect, (total project time is est 4 min - depends on how "bloody" you want your candle)

3. Set on some sort of candle holder or safe surface. Enjoy



-The Crafty Witch

Friday, October 11, 2013

20 Days Till Halloween

Yep, thats right, 20 days remaining until Halloween. 

These upcoming weeks will be a bit different because of some of the upcoming events.

Check --

Monday for a DIY Project

Wednesday for Fav Halloween Movies

Friday for History & Lore of Octobers Full Moon aka The Blood Moon

-The Crafty Witch

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Fav Halloween Movies 4 of 7

I have to be honest, these two movies are not my top Favs but they still deserve to make the list. Both are filled with mystery, not knowing what's really going on until the very end, and yes, very entertaining.


 Phantom Of The Megaplex

Rating: G           Length: 89 mins.               Year: 2000

Cast: Taylor Handley, Corinne Bohrer and Caitlin Wachs

Movie Description

Adapted rather loosely on the classic Phantom of the Opera, the Disney Channel Original Movie, The Phantom of the Megaplex takes viewers behind the scenes of a theater where mysterious goings-on are occurring.

Pete Riley is the 17-year old assistant manager of the Grand Megaplex who's busily preparing for the premiere of "Midnight Mayhem." Rumor has it that the millionaire owner of the theater is planning to attend the much-anticipated screening, and the employees are working frantically to make certain that everything is ready.

Pete's agenda is complicated by his having to "babysit" his younger brother and sister, and just as that situation appears resolved, every other imaginable snafu occurs, making his "sibling" predicament an afterthought.

Taylor Handley, Jacob Smith and Caitlin Wachs as the siblings turn in fine performances, while screen legend Mickey Rooney, portraying an eccentric who believes he is employed by the theater, adds a nice touch.


Mom's Got a Date With A Vampire

Rating: PG           Length: 85 mins.               Year: 2000

Cast: Matt O'Leary, Laura Vandervoort and Myles Jeffrey

Movie Description

A few years ahead of its' time, the Disney Channel Original Movie, Mom's Got a Date With a Vampire deals with the (now) mega-popular subject of vampires and their interaction with the living.

The three children of a single mother each have their motivations for getting their mother out of the house, but when the youngest, Taylor, who happens to be engrossed in all things "vampire"-related, meets his mom's blind date, he is convinced that the handsome stranger is actually a vampire. His efforts, both to convince his older siblings of his suspicions, as well as desperately trying to nip the date in the bud, make for an entertaining hour-and-a-half of classic Disney fare.

Myles Jeffrey as the perceptive Taylor nearly steals the show with his performance, while Matt O'Leary, Laura Vandervoort, Caroline Rhea and Charles Shaughnessy also turn in admirable performances. Steve Boyum directed, a role he also performed in another Disney Channel production, Stepsister From Planet Weird.


Thank you to for info

-The Crafty Witch

Monday, October 7, 2013

DIY Candy Corn Candle Holder

This is not an official DIY Dollar store project, but it is still so cute and very much affordable  All items on the Candy Corn Centerpiece can be found at your local Dollar Tree.

Best of this entire project will only cost $3.00!

What you'll Need:

• Candy Corn
• Pillar Candle
• Tall Glass Candle Holder

Easy Step-by-Step Directions:

(The easiest three step directions of your life)

1. Open the bag of candy corn and pour into the candle holder

2. Unwrap any plastic off the candle and press into the candy corn

3. Light candle and enjoy



-The Crafty Witch

Friday, October 4, 2013

Fav Halloween Movies 3 of 7

The 2 Favorite Halloween Movies today are Don't Look Under The Bed and Under Wraps. I love watching movies like this cause I constantly think "Oh my gosh I can't believe Disney was allowed to show that back then" not that they isn't anything kid friendly, just some light language. Don't Look Under The Bed had me terrified when I was young, some definite nightmare material haha


 Don't Look Under The Bed

Rating: NR           Length: 92 mins.               Year: 1999

Cast: Erin Chambers, Ty Hodges, Robin Rikeres

Movie Description

In an unusual departure from their traditional "feel good" productions, the Disney Channel Original Movie, Don't Look Under the Bed, is a full-blown horror film, only the second attempt within the genre by Disney's television wing. The pastoral little town of Middleberg has been undergoing some strange occurrences, including alarm clocks sounding off well before their settings, dogs appearing on the roofs of houses, gelatin in the community swimming pool, and most disturbingly, the letter "B" inexplicably turning up spray-painted all over the town.

Frances McCausland, a normal, highly-intelligent teenager, finds herself in the center of the strange goings-on, and fair or not, she becomes the focal point for most of the town's suspicions regarding the unusual happenings. Don't Look Under the Bed stars a largely unfamiliar cast, including Erin Chambers as Frances, as well as Jake Sakson, Eric "Ty" Hodges II, and Robin Riker. Kenneth Johnson (The Incredible Hulk, V, Alien Nation) directed.


Under Wraps

Rating: NR           Length: 95 mins.               Year: 1997

Cast: Adam Wylie, Mario Yedidia, Clara Bryant

Movie Description

Featuring a largely non-descript cast, the Disney Channel's 1997 production of Under Wraps is a Halloween-themed film involving the discovery of a 3,000 year-old mummy (Bill Fagerbakke) by a trio of 12-year-olds. Suspension of belief is necessary (it's only a movie) as the three befriend the obviously "out-of-his-element" mummy. Hilarity ensues through the efforts of the youngsters to keep their often-clumsy, bumbling discovery secret, and when they learn of an attempt by dark, powerful forces (led by veteran actor Ed Lauter) to "recapture" Harold (as named by them), the film takes on an "Us vs. Them" slant, with the predictable outcome.

Directed by Greg Beeman, who also was behind the camera on TV series as The Wonder Years, Nash Bridges, The Sentinel and JAG, Under Wraps was written and produced by Don Rhymer, who served the same dual role on hits such as Coach, Evening Shade and Caroline in the City.


Thank you to for info

-The Crafty Witch

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

ABC Family's 13 Nights Of Halloween

Yep, its that time. The moment we have been waiting for all year. . . ABC Family's 13 Nights Of Halloween is here! They always show the best films during Halloween and they have me glued to the television. On Facebook they had post a photo of their line of the the 13 Nights and when I look at it I was a bit disappointed. I thought "Wow really? That's it?" but not to fear, I check their official schedule on the website and I had posted the days and movies below for everyone.

Saturday, October 19, 2013
8:30am – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
10:30am – Batman
1:30pm – Batman Returns
4:30pm – Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride
6:25pm – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
8:00pm – Disney·Pixar’s Toy Story OF TERROR!
8:30pm – Monsters. Inc.
10:30pm – Batman Begins


Sunday, October 20, 2013
7:00am – Alice in Wonderland
9:30am – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
12:00pm – Coraline
2:00pm – Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride
3:55pm – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
5:30pm – Monsters, Inc.
7:30pm – Disney·Pixar’s Toy Story OF TERROR!
8:00pm – The Addams Family
10:00pm – Addams Family Values


Monday, October 21, 2013
6:30pm – Alice in Wonderland
8:30pm – Twilight
12:00am – I Know What You Did Last Summer


Tuesday, October 22, 2013
11:00am to 8:00pm – Pretty Little Liars Marathon


Wednesday, October 23, 2013
7:30pm – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 1
12:00am – Teen Witch


Thursday, October 24, 2013
6:00pm – Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
9:00pm – Men in Black
12:00am – Teen Wolf


Friday, October 25, 2013
7:00pm – Men in Black
9:00pm – Beetlejuice
12:00am – Men in Black


Saturday, October 26, 2013
7:30am – Teen Wolf Too
9:30am – Teen Wolf
11:30am – Teen Witch
1:30pm – The Goonies
4:00pm – Beetlejuice
6:00pm – The Addams Family
8:00pm – Addams Family Values
10:00pm – Hocus Pocus
12:00am – The Craft


Sunday, October 27, 2013
7:00am – Dr. Seuss’ Halloween is Grinch Night
7:30am – The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow
8:00am – Scooby Doo
10:00am – Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
12:00pm – Monster House
2:00pm – Matilda
4:00pm – The Addams Family
6:00pm – Addams Family Values
8:00pm – Hocus Pocus


Monday, October 28, 2013
5:30pm – Monster House
7:30pm – Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride
9:25pm – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
12:00am – Coraline


Tuesday, October 29, 2013
9:00pm – I Know What You Did Last Summer


Wednesday, October 30, 2013
11:00am – The Goonies
1:30pm – Death Becomes Her
3:30pm – The Craft
5:30pm – I Know What You Did Last Summer
7:30pm – Twilight
12:00am – Death Becomes Her


Thursday, October 31, 2013
11:00am – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
1:00pm – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze
3:00pm – Scooby Doo
5:00pm – Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
7:00pm – The Addams Family
9:00pm – Addams Family Values
12:00am – The Others


-The Crafty Witch