Child’s Play Remake

Hello Ghouls and Ghosties!

It’s been awhile! I hope you’ve all been well and I’m excited to announce I’m ready to get back into the blog. So let’s get to it! Last night I decided to watch the child’s play remake, and let me tell you I love it!! (spoilers ahead)

I was very skeptical going into it, I am a huge fan of the original child’s play series and changing the whole theme of the movie made me a little concerned. So the main difference is the lack of supernatural with the doll itself.

The new Chucky is an AI whom only turns evil because he truly believes he is doing good. Chucks technological safety features are turned off by an angry employee at the plant where the Buddi Doll is created. Then chucky is gifted to Andy by his mother much like the original. Except in this movie Chucky is not trying to steal Andy’s soul but remain Andy’s only friend by killing everyone who is a threat or whom he feels if harmful or hurtful to Andy. on. Chucky is made by the company Kasdan and he is able to control all of their products to wreak havoc and kill because of their cloud-based storage. (kind of reminds me of tech now days) Even though Chucky is later dismembered and beaten by Andy and his friends, his memories live in the cloud storage. This means his consciousness can be transferred to another Kasdan product since Andy and his friends only killed the physical portion of the doll. This comes later in the movie when Andy’s mother is working the unveiling of the Buddi2 in the store she works at and Chuckys mind starts to possess all the new Buddi dolls and even the Buddi Bears!

I would definitely say that the remake is not very scary but actually a really good thriller scary movie. Mark Hamill actually makes a fantastic chucky and I totally recommend this movie to all the original fans and for people who’ve never seen the original as well! It’s a refreshing and new age horror movie that really fits into where we’re going with technology.

I plan on going to see the new Annabelle movie this week/weekend, so be on the look out on my review for it! Thanks so much for reading and I hope your all glad I’m back!

Until Next Time Ghouls and Ghosties,

Ghoulishly Yours, Helena


Upcoming Horror

Hello Ghouls and Ghosties,

Welcome all to another addition of Trick or Treat. This is going to be a big year in horror. Starting this weekend with the newest Stephen King remake.

Pet Semetary: (April 5th)

Dr. Louis Creed and his wife, Rachel, relocate from Boston to rural Maine with their two young children. The couple soon discover a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home.

HellBoy: (April 12)

Based on the graphic novels by Mike Mignola, Hellboy, caught between the worlds of the supernatural and human, battles an ancient sorceress bent on revenge.

The Curse of LA Llorona: (April 19)

Ignoring the eerie warning of a troubled mother suspected of child endangerment, a social worker and her own small kids are soon drawn into a frightening supernatural realm.

Brightburn: (May 24)

What if a child from another world crash-landed on Earth, but instead of becoming a hero to mankind, he proved to be something far more sinister?

MA: (May 31)

A lonely woman befriends a group of teenagers and decides to let them party at her house. Just when the kids think their luck couldn’t get any better, things start happening that make them question the intention of their host.

Child’s Play: (June 21)

A mother gives her son a toy doll for his birthday, unaware of its more sinister nature.

Anabelle Comes Home: (June 28)

Years later Anabelle is unleashed and this time she’s after the Warrens daughter.

The New Mutants: (August 2)

Five young mutants, just discovering their abilities while held in a secret facility against their will, fight to escape their past sins and save themselves.

Midsommar: (August 9)

A young woman reluctantly joins her boyfriend on a summer trip where things quickly go awry. Made by the same person who created Hereditary.

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: (August 9)

A group of teens face their fears in order to save their lives. Based off of the three series books . (This is the one I’m most excited for. The books were my favorite as a teen)

47Meters Down Uncaged: (August 16)

Four teen girls diving in a ruined underwater city quickly learn they’ve entered the territory of the deadliest shark species in the claustrophobic labyrinth of submerged caves.

Crawl: (August 23)

A young woman, while attempting to save her father during a category 5 hurricane, finds herself trapped in a flooding house and must fight for her life against alligators.

IT Chapter2: (September 6)

Twenty-seven years later, the Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back.

ZombieLand Double Tap: (October 11)

Columbus, Tallahassee, Wichita, and Little Rock move to the American heartland as they face off against evolved zombies, fellow survivors, and the growing pains of the snarky makeshift family.


I am really excited for all the Horror coming out this year. If you know of any I’ve missed let me know below in the comments!

Thanks all Ghouls, Until next time,

Ghoulishly Yours,

Happy Death Day 2 You, and HellFest

Hello and welcome back ghouls and ghosties,

It’s been a while and I have been on the hunt for new and thrilling horror movies. This past week i’ve seen two newer horror films.

First i watched the newest installment in the Happy Death Day set.

Happy Death Day 2 YOU!

Tree Gelbman whom in the first installment keeps reliving her dying day over and over until she stops her killer and breaks the cycle. Now she discovers that dying over and over was surprisingly easier than the dangers that lie ahead.

The movie was very good for a sequel. It started out wicked corny and I was afraid it wouldn’t get any better. About 20 minutes in it starts getting good. The deaths are unique, the story is amazing and sad. This is more of a comedy than a horror film, but it was definitely worth the watch.


A masked serial killer turns a horror-themed amusement park into his own personal playground, terrorizing a group of friends while the rest of the patrons believe that it is all part of the show.

Now this one I’ve been wanting to watch for a while, It came out back in September. The story is good, and it wasn’t one of those slasher films where i’m rooting for the stupid teens to die. I found myself wanting them to make it. Plus, the deaths are wicked. The gore factor is real,and a crazy ending.

The idea of going to a horror themed amusement park sounds like a really good time to me.

Sorry for the short post, but I was really wanting to get some quick reviews in for two great Halloween/Horror films.

I recommend them both!


Until Next Time,
Ghoulishly Yours,


Eli Roth’s History of Horror

Hello and welcome back,

I want to start with saying I am not a documentary person. They bore me and just generally not my cup of tea. Although, I just recently binge watched Eli Roth’s History of Horror documentary series.

It was fantastic. I ask every horror movie fan to check it out. The show goes through the history of different types of horror movies. Such as Slasher films, creatures, demons, and vampires.. of coarse there are more topics but that’s just a few. The show has interviews with all kinds of people. Directors from different horror movies throughout time, actors and actresses from horror movies, horror novelists, and movie fanatics.

I learned a lot watching this series and I found myself super interested in different movies I myself have never seen. It opens your eyes to different horror genres and what makes them so special. From black and white silent films to more recent horror films like IT. The directors don’t give to much away but tell you just enough about the movies to draw you in.

The show is amazing and I cannot give better reviews on it. Eli Roth is an amazing director, writer, creator, and just master of all things horror. If horror even slightly interests you I recommend checking it out! (Also it has interviews with Stephen King! So there’s that)

If you have tv on demand, that’s where I watched it, if not I know it’s available on AMC’s website.

There are 8 or 9 episodes and they are about 50 minutes long each. Please give it a chance and let me know what you think!

Until Next Time Ghouls and Ghosties,

Ghoulishly Yours, Helena

Christmas Horror Movies

Welcome back Holly Jolly Ghouls,

I am one of those people who watch Horror year round. Christmas time is no different. My husband and I actually love Christmas Horror movies. I thought it could be fun to share with you all some of our favorites.

KRAMPUS (2015)

A young boy whose family always argues at Christmas, makes a sinister Christmas wish for them to all go away. Krampus arrives with a horrible blizzard trapping the family and essentially tortures the family and picks them off one by one.



An escaped maniac returns to his childhood home on Christmas Eve, which is now a sorority house, and begins to murder the sorority sisters one by one. This one is a bit corny and a bit gross but a favorite we watch each year.

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P2 (2007)

A businesswoman is pursued by a psychopath after being locked in a parking garage on Christmas Eve.



After an accident that left murderer Jack Frost dead in genetic material the vengeful killer returns as a murderous snowman to exact his revenge on the man who sent him to be executed. This one is very corny and kind of reminds me of chucky.

Well that’s my short list of Christmas Horror movies, if you guys and gals can think of any more please let me know in the comments! I would love to check them out.

Until next time Ghouls and Ghosties,
Ghoulishly Yours,

It’s My Birthday!

Hello Spooky Followers,

It’s been awhile! Since this is my first blog, i quickly realized that writer’s block was an actual thing. After Halloween finished I had no idea what to post about. Although I have found a way around it. I am planning on having a Halloween Christmas. I thought whats a good way to incorporate my favorite holiday with Dylan’s favorite holiday. We decided on A Nightmare Before Christmas. So stay on the look out for more on that in the near future.

Now today is my birthday and I’m really hoping I got something Halloweenie. It’s a nice colder day today, and tonight I’m going to go see the new Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them: The Crimes of Grindelwald. I am so excited to go out. I have seen every Harry Potter movie in theaters and always for my birthday! I have always thought it was cool that the movies come out right around my birthday.  I am a huge Harry Potter fan. Slytherin here.

I’m actually a part of a huge online Harry Potter group, called The Vanishing Cabinet. In the group it is set up like an actual Hogwarts experience. We have classes, shops, games, and even Quidditch! I am Slytherin HOH and I Love it! Needless to say I am so excited for tonight to see the newest movie!

I hope everyone has a nice Thanksgiving tomorrow, and I’ll try to make a few more posts in the next few days and get my blog active again. If you have anything you would like me to review or talk about in future posts either send the page a message or leave a comment below!

Until Next Time Ghouls and Ghosties,
Ghoulishly Yours,

Disneys Original Halloween Movies

Welcome back Ghouls and Ghosties,

Recently I decided to play all the original Disney Halloween movies for my son. I wasn’t really sure how it would go since the ones I chose were not really cartoons. We started with HalloweenTown.


13-year-old Marnie Cromwell discovers she is a witch. Marnie and her brother Dylan travel to another world and attempt to help their witch Grandmother to save the residents of Halloweentown.

As a child this was my favorite Halloween movie. My grandmother and I would watch it every Halloween. I remember when the second one came out she let me stay up late and watch it with her. My son loved the music and all the magic in the movie. He got bored with all the talking but he adored the magic!

Don’t Look Under the Bed

A teen named Francis enlists the help of an imaginary friend named Larry Houdini to deal with a prank-playing bogeyman, who’s framing her for his dastardly deeds.

As a child this movie freaked me out. It was about the boogeyman, and all those dolls whose heads turned and followed your every move wigged me out. My son loved the movie. He thought Larry was funny and wanted to make some BoogieGoo!

Under Wraps

Three very different kids from together to help a mummy find his love.

This movie was set on Halloween and I enjoyed watching it every year. The props in this movie were amazing. I hate how Halloween movies today even for kids have lots of crappy costumes and cheap looking props and decorations. Movies like Under Wraps had amazing props and costumes and made you really wish you could live in a town that celebrated Halloween like them. This movie my son kind of paid attention to and kind of didn’t. For me tho, it totally held up.

Mom’s Got A Date With A Vampire

The Hansen kids are in a jam. Adam and his best friend Duffy have gotten their hands on some tickets for the Headless Horseman concert, and his sister Chelsea has a date with her dreamy boyfriend Peter. The only problem is their both grounded. Chelsea and Adam will do whatever it takes to get their mom Lynette out of the house, even if it includes a chance meeting with a very mysterious man. Everything seems to go according to plan until their little brother Taylor realizes that this stranger might be a vampire.

This movie is just plain fun. It has Vampires, movie monsters, a cute little family and a vampire hunter. A group of kids try to set their mom up so she can be happy only to discover they set her up with a real life vampire. I have always loved this movie, and my son loved it also. He enjoyed dancing to the music at the club scene.

Tower of Terror

A disgraced reporter investigates an abandoned luxury hotel where five people mysteriously disappeared sixty years earlier.

I remember this movie freaking me out as a child. The part where the ghosts are trying to scare them away wigged me out. My son though it was funny and absolutely loved the bell hop ghost! It was so much fun rewatching this movie and my son enjoying it with me.

Phantom of the Megaplex

A young man working at a cinema on a special premiere night, finds that the films being shown are full of strange and eerie occurrences.

Fun Fact. Dylan and I both worked at a movie theatre for 8 years. My mother, my aunt, my uncle, and my grandparents have all worked at movie theaters in their lifetime. This movie is so cute. A modern take on Phantom at the Opera, but at a movie theatre with kids. As a child I always wanted to work at a theatre, and hoped something like this would happen. Unfortunately no phantoms haha My son liked it and then begged me to go watch a movie. haha

Those were all the movies we have watched so far, and it totally made me miss my childhood. I’m happy to be able to watch these movies with my son and im glad he enjoyed them aswell.

Let me know in the comments below any movies I missed or didn’t think of.

Until next time Ghouls and Ghosts,
Ghoulishly Yours,

Trick or Treating

Hello Ghouls and Ghosties,

I hope you all had a wonderful Halloween. Last night Dylan and I took our son trick or treating. It was the first year Dylan didn’t close on Halloween and got to come with. It was a blast.

We had a theme with our costumes. Our son was CatBoy from PJ Masks, Dylan was the Joker and I was Harley Quinn. Also a first, the first time in the 8 years we’ve been together that Dylan agreed to dress up with me. I let Dylan pick our costumes and he did great.

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First we went to our small town trunk or treat. The entire down town decorates their trucks and cars and passes out candy. The town did wonderful. The people were giving handfuls of candy and they even had a small carnival. You play a game and win either candy or a small prize. Our son was really good at the bean bag toss!


Fun Fact about my son. He loves witches and blow ups. When he seen this witch blow up he wanted to give her his balloon. He spent a good five minutes playing with the witch before he wanted to move on and start playing the games.

There was another little game where you try to throw a cardboard pizza on pizza pans and if you win you get a free ice cream. It was so cute and sweet!

Next, we went to another trunk or treat at a local church. It was very small this year and not a lot of people but it was raining. The church people were so sweet and kind.

Then Dylan and I decided we really wanted to try to find door to door trick or treating. My son has been watching YouTube videos like crazy this month and a lot of people who live in cities go door to door. He has been begging us to go door to door and we kept telling him we had no idea if there was such a thing here.

We found a smaller neighborhood that had some waking to each house. He LOVED it. We went to 6 houses and it was so much fun. He got to ring door bells and he very sweetly would say trick or treat, Happy Halloween and then Thank you. He got 14 pieces of candy from 6 houses! It was awesome. We will definitely go back next year to that little neighborhood for him.

It was a very fun night of Trick or Treating and we went to Sonic for .50 corn dogs afterwards! It was a huge hit and a wonderful Halloween. I hope all of your Halloween’s were just as magical.

Now that Halloween is over for the rest of the world, doesn’t mean its over for us. Over the next 12 months I will still be here writing about different Halloweenie and Spooky things and adventures so stay tuned.

Until Next Time Ghouls and Ghosties,
Ghoulishly Yours,


Halloween Day

It’s finally here ghouls and ghosties. I am so excited to have finally reached my favorite day of the year.

Halloween tradition in my family has always been carving pumpkins and trick or treating.

Halloween stems from the Celtic holiday known as Samhain. Celebrated from October 31 to the end of November 1st. In Celtic Ireland about 2,000 years ago, Samhain was the division of the year between the lighter half (summer) and the darker half (winter). At Samhain the division between this world and the other world was at its thinnest, allowing spirits to pass through.

The family ancestors were honored and invited to celebrate at the family home while the evil and bad spirits were warded off. Everyone would wear masks and costumes to disguise themselves as bad spirits so that the bad spirits would leave them alone. Bonfires and feasts were also used in celebration.

Christianity started celebrating the dead with all saints day on November first followed by all souls day on November second. Christians also took upon wearing masks and costumes to ward off evil spirits.

Day of the Dead is the Mexican (Aztec) version of Halloween. Celebrated from October 31-November 2nd.  The Aztecs believed in honoring the dead ancestors by having these beautiful feasts int he graveyards with the spirits. They believed that the spirits could come celebrate with them in the mortal world.

I love learning about all the different cultures and there takes on Halloween and celebrating the dead. I am so excited my son loves Halloween as much as I do. For today we will be binge watching Halloween movies/t.v shows and then tonight it will be trick or treating.

The goal this year is to find actual houses to trick or treat at. We live in such a rural area that the houses are so spread out so there are normally just a few churches doing trunk or treats in the parking lot. I’ll post tomorrow with pictures of our costumes and telling about all our adventures.

I hope you all have a Happy Halloween

Ghoulishly Yours,

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