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Joe doesn't care for Harry Potter. The person. He's never seen the films.

Halloween is here; the pumpkins are hung by the chimney with care, the werewolves are nestled all snug in their beds, and not a creature is stirring, not even a human centipede. If you need a last minute injection of some Halloween cheer, though, BGH has your back with another Spotify playlist.

Well kids, today is Halloween and come tomorrow you all have nothing else to look forward to in life. Let that sink in for a minute. Good. Now wipe away your stupid baby tears and let's get to the news.

Halloween is steadily approaching so what’s better to talk about than the Halloween film franchise!

We're on the eve of the big event and our horror movie marathon draws to a close.  It's a sad time to know that the perfect excuse to binge watch movies will soon be out of grasp, but alas we must carry on.  (We'll still be watching Horror Movies too, don't worry!) 

Over the years, KISS has done a better job of tearing down their own legacy than any critic ever could. Through their capitalist machinations, and the never-ending torrent of insults directed at everyone who is no longer in the band, KISS has become the traveling freak show that critics in the 70s accused them of being. It's difficult to even talk about KISS with a straight face anymore, since even the band refuses to admit their own importance in the grand scheme of things.

Most people know the story of the Salem witch trials, but how many know the legend of Sweetapple the Warlock, who returns every Halloween to get his revenge on his false accusers by stealing their Tootsie Pops and Fun Size Krackels?  On non-Halloween days, he also plays in a band with J Mascis from Dinosaur Jr, Robert Pollard from Guided by Voices and members of Cobra Verde. The band's called Sweet Apple. Here's a video with Halloween in it

We all have that one movie we have to watch around the Halloween season, and what better way to enjoy that film than with a nice frothy beer? Boos and Brews chronicles the BGH crew's favorite Halloween-time movies, paired with a delicious beer. Drink up!

As the countdown to Halloween wears thin and we bask in the post 40oz glow of our recent Spooktacular, i've been getting a common question from many listeners; what's the goriest movie you've ever seen? 

After his recent quick look of the new retro brawler "Devil's Dare", Casey sits down with Secret Base developer Raymund Teo for a few thoughts behind the horror nature of the game. 

Okay, so you're getting down to the end here and saying 'sonofagun, my Halloween playlist is just a little short!  My party will be ruined and I will face steadfast and frequent social rejection if I fail to remedy this situation with haste.'  Or something like that.  Anyway, you've got forty-eight hours to avoid complete and total embarrassment, and you've come to the right place.

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