Virtual trick-r-treating. In a bizarre effort to keep Halloween 2020 safe, Mars has established an app for virtual trick-r-treating. Strange as it is, it might be something worth looking into! Credits can redeem real candy.
Replica casts of Jason masks. Need an accurate Jason mask kit? This is the only resource I use when I need a Jason mask blank. His masks are quality ABS and very accurate.
The Homicidal Homemaker
Halloween and horror recipes crafted by a wickedly good cook! I swear if there is any horror movie you like, she has a recipe for it. If you really want to wow your guests, follow her on YouTube and start cracking some skulls — er, eggs.
A Halloween blog. It’s a collaboration between Halloween and horror writers alike, working together to generate a plethora of content. You could spend a lot of time here reading up on some really creative topics from the most passionate Halloween/horror fans.
Haunted house web design! If I’m having a bad day, I just go through SV’s gallery of haunted house website designs. They’re all so unique and spooky.
Previously The Sexy Armpit; straight from New Jersey. Not exclusively Halloween, but you can definitely count on Jay to be on his game when it comes to hunting down seasonal goodness. And you have to watch his annual Halloween specials!
Halloween prop company owned by Ed and Marsha Edmunds. I’ve loved Distortions ever since their show Making Monsters aired on the Travel Channel. Their props are so popular that there’s a chance you may have seen one of their ghouls in person before.
The Branded Quotes
Fonts, some of which are delightfully spooky. I fell in love with The Branded Quotes’ handmade fonts, especially the ones with horror-inspired names like CHAPTERS and ANOTHER DANGER and AMERICAN FRIGHTS.
Spooky Little Halloween
A Halloween blog run by Miranda @spkyhalloween. This website is perfect for anyone who needs to get their spook on. From recipes to recommendations to projects, it is a necessity for the Halloween fanatic all year long.
I discovered Frightgeist by accident while trying out new domain names. It’s run by Google and measures statistics on trending and potentially trending Halloween costumes. How cool!
Pumpkinrot is well-known as a grotesquely beautiful website featuring the handmade Halloween decorations of its webmaster. It has gone silent for a bit of time now, but the haunted creations (so beautifully photographed) will stand the test of time.
A niche little website chronicling the webmaster’s adventures in Halloween crafting, from crank ghosts to paper mache skeletons! I believe this site is dead as well, but it is an annual visit for me. Get yourself a mug of hot pumpkin spice latte and explore!
Every year, Matt turns Dinosaur Dracula into something like an online Halloween party. Those dollar store decorations you never thought of buying? Matt will find a reason for you. Seasonal candies and foods, candles that smell like a hayride, and Halloween cassette tapes. Enough said.
The House of Marrow
A Halloween haunter blog full of homemade, dark decorations crafted by its owner. These works are truly art. The blog itself isn’t updated anymore, sadly, but it’s still a lovely place to visit.