SEVERED SOFT PRETZEL FINGERS & BLOODY BEER CHEESE DIPPING SAUCE

Host a Spooky Retro Fondue Party with Severed Soft Pretzel Fingers & Bloody Beer Cheese Dipping Sauce!

They say the quickest way to one’s heart is through their stomach, and a cold beer paired with these Severed Soft Pretzel Fingers & Bloody Beer Cheese Dipping Sauce spiked with your favorite brew is the ultimate way to get there!

Making your own soft pretzels and cheese sauce is way easier than one might think. It’s one of my go-to appetizers when enjoying beers and horror flicks with friends!

Read the recipe via SEVERED SOFT PRETZEL FINGERS & BLOODY BEER CHEESE DIPPING SAUCE – Homicidal Homemaker

Funko Previews Massive ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ 25th Anniversary Collection

Funko is celebrating 25 years of Halloween and Christmas classic The Nightmare Before Christmas with a massive new toy line this Fall that includes Funko POP!s, Mystery Minis, snow globes, plushies and all sorts of other anniversary goodies, previewed this morning.

Here’s what you can expect…

Read more via Funko Previews Massive ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ 25th Anniversary Collection – Bloody Disgusting

 

The Best Horror Movies on Netflix Right Now

Any time is the right time to watch a horror movie. Waiting for October to indulge in frightening films is the old way to get your tricks and treats, like renting from Blockbuster or not using Treatster to map out which houses give out the best candy. No, in the modern world you can sit back and enjoy your scares from the comfort of your own couch thanks to screaming streaming content from Netflix.

With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of the Best Horror Movies on Netflix right now, an evolving list that will provide you with classic horror selections and modern cuts to get your fright fix. This month, you can find modern takes on Stephen King stories to contemporary horror like The Conjuring, and more. There’s something for everyone here and more to come as Netflix continues to expand its catalog. “Viewer beware, you’re in for a scare!”

Read More via:  The Best Horror Movies on Netflix Right Now – Collider

YouTube Removes ‘The Nun’ Ad After Jump-Scare Complaints — Variety

A recent ad for “The Nun,” the fifth flick in “The Conjuring” series, is not the most saintly. Because of the fear the six-second clip has incited in unsuspecting viewers, YouTube has notably taken the video down from the site. The preview, which was streaming before other videos would load on YouTube, displays a typical…

via YouTube Removes ‘The Nun’ Ad After Jump-Scare Complaints — Variety

[First Look] Hulu’s Anthology Horror Series “Into the Dark” Premieres October 5th

Bloody Disgusting learned today that Hulu will launch the Blumhouse-produced 12-part anthology series “Into the Dark” on October 5, 2018, with a new episode airing each month for an entire year. We have details on the first two episodes, with the first being directed by Paul Davis, the filmmaker behind Beware the Moon: Remembering ‘An American Werewolf in London’.

Read more via [First Look] Hulu’s Anthology Horror Series “Into the Dark” Premieres October 5th – Bloody Disgusting 

Whatever Happened to The Thirteen Club?

One bit of Friday the 13th trivia I came across that intrigued me the most was the Thirteen Club.

A People article that talked about the club explained:

“[I]ts stated mission was to improve the standing of the holiday and also flout all manner of superstitions. At its first meeting, all 13 members walked under ladders into a room filled with spilled salt. The group’s ranks swelled to 400 eventually, taking in five U.S. Presidents: Chester Arthur, Grover Cleveland, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt.”

POTUSes were part of this thing? Say what?

So what was the Thirteen Club?

Source: Whatever Happened to The Thirteen Club?

Anime’s 6 Most Haunted Homes

I don’t know about you, but I watch series like House Hunters and other HGTV real estate programming to debate which home most likely has a few spectral residents. By contrast, I don’t usually watch those paranormal investigator shows because I can only stand so many dudes standing around in the dark pretending to hear things. I guess what I mean is, when it comes to haunted houses I’m both an enthusiast and a skeptic. Both Mulder and Scully. I want to believe it and also explain it.

Read More via – Anime’s 5 Most Haunted Homes – Anime News Network