In between scarfing down bags of Halloween Kisses and trick-or-treating at a very questionable age, I’d just like to wish you all a Happy Halloween!
This Blue Jays inspired Jack-O-Lantern (or Jay-O-Lantern as I prefer to call it) took me about three hours in total to carve. That included two hours of gutting, tracing, and carving, then one hour of trying to put everything back into place with toothpicks once it all fell out the front.
Fortunately, you don’t have to go that extent to celebrate the Bluebirds on All Hallow’s Eve. For those looking for creative Blue Jays costume ideas, check out my post from last year on how to dress up as your favourite former Jay or staff member.
This isn’t baseball related, but this time of year brings along a slew of craptacular Halloween movies. Many of which have gone by the wayside, forever damned to be sitting at the bottom of the Wal-Mart discount bin. But there are a few worthwhile Halloween flicks to check out.
My personal favourite and ultimate guilty pleasure is Halloween 3: Season of the Witch. Don’t be surprised if you’ve never heard of the movie, it’s because Halloween 3 is the only film in the series to have no relation whatsoever to Michael Myers. Way to stick to the formula!
Or if you’re just looking for the best part of the entire movie, check out the clip below (spoiler alert) from the very final scene of the move. Then, if you’re brave enough … start at the beginning.
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