As a celebration of all things October, BGH asked each of our writers to submit a Top 5 list of their choosing. Stay tuned all throughout October to see what these demented folks come up with!

What fun is the mayhem of Halloween without a wrecking crew to accompany you? The worst possible failure of the night is failing to achieve your #squadgoals. As you assemble your Devil’s rejects, go out of your way to reject folks like these below.

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

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!

While I've waxed on to great extent over the joy of horror movies this month, it's important to note that Halloween is not just about horror movies.  There's another important factor that is important to remember as we get close to the time of trick or treating...the tricks. 

“Unbearable, isn't it? The suffering of strangers, the agony of friends. There is a secret song at the center of the world, Joey, and its sound is like razors through flesh. “

It's October, as we all know.  A time for scares, a time for chills, and a time for pumpkin spice flavored everything.  I'd like to change things up for this, the thirteenth day of the "31 Days of Horror" and say that this month has something else in the air; love. Sure, I know you're looking at me funny right now, but it's true.  A love of horror movies and all things scary can be a solid backing for the start of a long lasting relationship.  It's not even the whole "she'll get scared and want to be held" stuff either.

The days grow shorter as the calendar ticks upwards, and we move further into October! We're only two days in to the 31 Days of Horror, but Casey's already starting to feel a little wormy. Does he have what it takes to make it the distance?

Casey's back to the blogging desk, ready to take on 31 Days of Horror for the month of October! Are you ready to see where the journey takes him?

It goes without saying that John Carpenter, the composer, writer, and director of some of the most well-known and well-received films in the horror and science-fiction genres, is a horror icon. There is dispute, however, on which films people would consider to be included in his classic or iconic canon. Though “Halloween” and “The Thing” are readily mentioned, with occasional nods to “They Live” and “The Fog” included by real fans, often the rest of his body of work is overlooked or discounted.

When a young filmmaker’s career is linked heavily to another filmmaker early in their career, it can sometimes be difficult to extricate themselves from the shadow of their partnership and make a recognizable name for themselves as separate creators. When the other filmmaker is John Carpenter, one of the most well-known directors in the horror genre, it makes the challenge all the more difficult.