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Stuck In His Own FantasyThere was once a fan boy named George Buffalo. He was a fan of many different kinds of franchises, such as The Spooky House at Dizzy-land, the Vampire-Man comic books, and several spooky themed kid TV shows. But his favorite franchise of all was R. I. Pinewood’s Goose Pimples. An anthology children’s book series featuring tales of horror where either a small child or teenager is often pitted against an evil clown, living ventriloquist dummies, Halloween masks that turn people into monsters and even a wall clock that could change time. This also had a TV series of the same name, which he too loved to watch. Sure you could say that he made a few friends in both person and online, but there was one incident that made him so upset, it changed his perspective completely.Stuck In His Own Fantasy by ARTIST-SRF
It was when he discovered that a friend, or at least watcher on the website, AbnormalArt.com, was that a certain user who went by the name of DRAWER-GSR, made a negative rev
Alright, boils and ghouls! With Halloween coming, I present to you, my Top 10 Halloween Specials. Just to clear, this is a list of specials that actually have "Halloween" in them.
#10.) Pink Eye (South Park): True the series has more than one Halloween specials, but this one tops them all. After yet another accident kills you know who...
OH MY GOD, THEY KILLED KENNY!
Kenny's body is taken to the morgue where one of the doctors accidentally leaves a bottle of Worcestershire sauce open and its contents mix with the embalming fluid, turning the kid into (you guessed it) a ZOMBIE!!!! Then on Halloween, Kenny terrorizes the town with a hoard of zombies, while Kyle, Stan, and Eric are the only ones who have to stop this zombie apocalypse and turn zombified Wendy and Chef back to normal. As a South Park fan, this episode makes me laugh and feel sorry for its characters. You can argue that the show is too offensive and immature, but hey, it's not for kids. What you expect?
#9.) Scaredy Pants (SpongeBob Squarepants): When SpongeBob gets tired of being the butt of Halloween tricks, he decides to take his revenge on Bikini Bottom, with the help of his best friend Patrick Star, by scaring people as the Flying Dutchman. Which is just the usual white sheet with eye holes and a mouth hole, along with wooden shoes that Patrick built. It succeeds at the Krusty Krab, but fails due to Patrick's hilarious blunder. Also, this is the first episode to introduce the real Flying Dutchman! One of the best SpongeBob Squarepants reoccurring on-and-off villains in the franchise. Can SpongeBob save Bikini Bottom before the ghost steals everyone's souls and places them in his soul bag?! You'll have to watch and find out.
#8.) Billy And Mandy's Jacked Up Halloween (The Grim Adventures Of Billy And Mandy): Like South Park, The Grim Adventures Of Billy and Mandy had it's own share of Halloween specials, but no other episode or special can top this one in the series. While trick or treating Grim tells the two about the reason why people pull tricks on Halloween was because it was all done by an immortal with a pumpkin for a head. ...named Jack. ...O-Lantern. While borrowing Grim's scythe to add to his costume, Billy stumbles upon the trickster himself and unwittingly gives the reaper's weapon to Jack! Allowing the pumpkin headed monster to unleash an entire army of pumpkin demons to help him keep the sun down, allowing every night to be Halloween for all eternity! And you got to admit those are some pretty cool looking pumpkins.
#7.) Luna Eclipsed (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic): I have no idea, why I didn't count the Christmas special in my other top 10 list, but as a brony, I feel I have to count this. In Ponyville, they refer to the holiday as Nightmare-Night, where Princess Luna, the antagonist from the first two episodes of the franchise, is still believed to be a terror, even though she clearly was redeemed at the end of the second one. Twilight still remembers those events, of course, and tries to help Luna make friends and have fun at the Ponyville carnival. Although it succeeds, it all goes downhill for every pony when Pinkie Pie unintentionally ruins it by screaming and running with the other trick or treaters.
But don't worry, my fellow bronies, there is still a happy ending to this, and it teaches its audience the true meaning of Halloween.
#6.) Jeff Dunham Minding The Monsters: Again, I'm a little surprised I haven't put the Christmas special on my other Top 10 list. But what the heck? Of course, being a Jeff Dunham special, you always expect to the stand-up comedian and ventriloquist to perform live on stage. Well in this case the stage is set to the inside of a haunted house. Complete with an electric chair, secret passages, creepy portraits, an all. Each puppet is introduced with their very own horror parody trailer, and a clever and humorous Halloween fitting entrances. Not only that, but each puppet is dressed as a character that scares them the most. Well, everyone but Walter and Jose Jalapeno.
On a stick.
Well, I tell you what those two puppets really wanted to go as, but I think I'll just leave to you to check it out.
Happy freaking Hallow-wiener!
#5.) Disney's The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow and Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow: I've been said a lot of things about the Disney version in my Top 10 Scariest Animated Moments meme and the Burton one in my Top 10 Tim Burton Movies meme, so I'll keep this short. As a kid, the Disney version was something that I'd watch every year for Halloween. I was always into the idea about the Headless Horseman terrorizing people with a jack-o-lantern head and sword. But then I realized that in the original book, the horseman had no sword or any other steel bladed weapon in particular, so I was a little disappointed with that. Even the same for a few Scooby Doo Halloween specials until the Goblin King direct to video movie came out. Of course, there was also the Tim Burton version, which placed the horseman as an even more brutal decapitator than in any live action take that I've ever seen.
#4.) Halloween With The Addams Family (The Addams Family): With this family, you can always expect this to be their favorite holiday. The story focusses on two bumbling crooks who are on the run from the law. The family mistakes the two for trick or treaters and invite them in to their twisted Halloween party. The robbers try to get away with the families money, but the police are circling the neighborhood outside, and fall into several surprises while still taking advantage of the gullible family.
This is a fun episode to watch, whether you're an Addams Family fan or not. The humour still holds up, and it plays as though it were the original Home Alone, but with a Halloween twist. Although in a later Halloween episode, it plays the same clip from the beginning of the previous one. But it dosne't make it a terrible episode, infact the rest of it seems a little more imaginative compared to this one. Oh, and then came the 1970's special.
#3.) Laugh at the Party and Bewitched, Bebothered and Beetlejuiced (Beetlejuice): Well it's another tie in this meme, but I love these two just the same. In Laugh at the Party, Delia hosts a Halloween house party, but she is tricked into hiring Beetlejuice, in his Mr. Beetleman persona, as the cateror. With Delia's money, he buys party items from the Neitherworld, including a hoard of actual party monsters. In Bewitched, Bebothered and Beetlejuiced, Lydia attends a Halloween party at Beetlejuice's Roadhouse. Unfortunately, the Goth girl's cat, Percy, followed her, gets scared out of his wits by everything in the roadhouse, and then wisked away to another Halloween party, but this time, with only witches in it. In order to get him out, Beetlejuice and Lydia pose as witches and attend another party while they're at it. And then there came low budget kid Halloween films, that use almost the same plots.
Logic, you know I hate it.
#2.) John Carpenter's Halloween: What's the best horror film to watch on Halloween? Why this of course. It's one of those first films to set the rules for a standard slasher genre. It's about an escpaed maniac killer named Michael Myers on the run from psychiatrist Dr. Lumis (Donald Plesance), while stalking teenage Laurie Strobes (Jamie Lee Curtis) and murdering anyone that gets in his way. The film dosen't really rely so much on the gore, but it's the presence of Michael that will make you afriad of going trick or treating all by yourself. And thus began the franchise which gave the film so many sequels and two remakes created by Rob Zombie. Another fact is Jamie Lee Curtis is the daughter of actress Janet Leigh who you might remeber for her role in Alfred Hitchcok's Psycho.
Before we get to #1, here are my honorable mentions;
The Halloween That Almost Wasn't
The Headless Horseman Of Halloween (The New Scooby Doo Show)
Mickey's House Of Villains
Puttergiest (The Addams Family, 1992)
Trick Or Treat (Donald Duck)
Halloween- Addams Family Style
Scary Godmother Halloween Spooktacular
#1.) Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas: The ultimate of all Halloween classics, this is a film about the King of Halloween who discovers the world of Christmas Town and decides to steal the role of Santa Claus, not knowing about the consequences it would have on the children of the world. It was a short story that Burton wrote, then with the help of Henry Selick, he was able to make this into a very successful stop-motion animated feature.
The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow (c) Disney
Sleepy Hollow (c) Paramount
Jeff Dunham Minding The Monsters and South Park (c) Comedy Central
Beetlejuice and The Grim Adventures Of Billy and Mandy (c) Warner Bros.
Halloween (c) Universal
The Addams Family (c) Charles Addams
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (c) Hub
This meme (c)
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