• So Good It's Spooky: Running the Perfect Horror Night

    Whether you're a fan of dark slashers, tense thrillers, creature features or comedy horror, you're bound to want the best experience out of your scary movies. It's common knowledge that it's best to wait until nightfall and keep a cushion close by for convenient hiding. But what else can you do to make your screening of the latest gore-fest the best that it can be? Here are a couple of quick tips and ideas to try out—before you turn the lights out.
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