There’s a call for artists to help build & decorate the big, funky, artsy, burner style Halloween party at Pier 70. This year the theme is ‘LoveBoat’ and if you’re artistically inclined and looking to help build a temporary, autonomous, wonderland that will be full of beautifully costumed freaks and world class
By Jonas Barnes When I first laid eyes on “The Exorcist“, I shit my pants. Was it fear or was it the fact that I was a 6 year old? I guess we’ll never know the answer to that question. It did, however, set off a chain of events that
I spent Halloween in Europe, again this year. It’s a difficult line to walk, managing my obsessive fixation of having the cleverest/most artistic/most original costume, and wearing it on a continent where frankly, few people care about the holiday. What’s more, the holiday is different here. In France it became
October is the High Holidays in San Francisco and Halloween is the bacchanalia that caps it all off. Halloween parties in SF and the East Bay are in no short supply so if you are wondering what to do, we’ve gathered up a list of all the cool shit happening.
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre. Sometimes I shake my head in wonder over the fact that the same company which offers the virulently right wing (and dishonest) Fox New Channel also offers the Fox Network, home to edgy shows like The
Halloween is almost here and many of you are starting to think about costume ideas. If you’re broke, enjoy puns, or if you’re simply a very lazy person, here are some incredible DIY, last minute costume ideas to run with. Enjoy responsibly.
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre, past, present and future. Halloween is the Holiest of Days for horror buffs, and foggy San Francisco abounds with a variety of fun events by which to celebrate the occasion. Shocktoberfest, Russell Blackwood’s gloriously campy, and gory,