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Have some fun in your Halloween

Jan 14, 2020 by William Lewis.

Halloween is right around the corner or far down the road, it is the scariest time of the year for many. That said it is a kind scary for the vast majority of individuals. As part of the fun, entertaining you, your family and even friends in your home may be on the agenda. From scary movies to playing frightening games, there is plenty for you to conjure up. With that in mind, will you put some entertainment in your Halloween?

Are You Game Not to Leave Home?

In coming up with scary and entertaining things to do for Halloween, you don’t always have to leave your home. Among some of the better ones:
  • The Evil Within 2
  • Resident Evil 7
  • The Walking Dead
  • Outlast
  • Layers of Fear

That said there are many more to keep your nerves on edge and you wondering if you’re going to get any sleep when you go to bed.

With the right headset, your horror experience is ten times better. If you’ve been shopping for a better headset for a while now, have you been doing so online? While trying out headsets in person is something of interest, you have options online to shop for. In getting the right headset for Halloween and other fun needs, find one that offers:
  • Top-notch sound quality
  • Does away with outside noises
  • Comfort when wearing
  • No excessive wires to get in your way
  • Best possible connection
In searching for a good headset, talk to gaming friends and family members playing. They can be the best resources for the lowdown on which headset will give you the best experience. Once you have your games of choice and the right headset, let the scary fun begin. Read More: 5 ways to hit your fitness goals this new year

Some New and Classic Movies Await

When taking a break from your gaming, what better way to get scared out of your wits than by watching horror movies? Whether watching them on your TV or opting for your laptop, you should have no shortage of new and classic films. If you have a Netflix membership, you won’t have to worry about finding parking at the local theatre. You can also skip paying those expensive ticket prices to scare yourself to death.

Among some of the current Netflix options for the Halloween time of year include:

  • Children of the Corn
  • The Sixth Sense
  • The Conjuring
  • Boys in the Trees
  • Hellraiser
  • The Amityville Horror
  • The Hills Have Eyes
  • Pumpkinhead
And of course, it would not be Halloween without Michael Myers and the famed movie franchise. With a specific sequel out in 2018 of the classic 1978 film, you can get scared all again or for the very first time. So, if you need entertainment when Halloween comes, you have more than enough options. The only question will be how much sleep will you get Halloween night?