Halloween Radio Movies
"It started in May in a small town. And every month after that whenever the moon was full...it came back" (Silver Bullet). Now "Be afraid. Be very afraid" (The Fly) because straight from Elm Street and after sleepless nights we finally present to you Halloweenradio.net Movies. "It's Alive! It's Alive!" (Frankenstein) & "Oh yes, there will be blood." (Saw II)
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Do you feel that chill in the air? It's the October wind, waiting to whisk you away to a world of scares and spookiness! Here at Halloween Radio, we just can't get enough of that hair-raising feeling, so we broadcast a selection of our favorite spooky songs 24/7!
Whether you want to create the perfect spooky atmosphere for your Halloween party, or just can't wait for the big day to get into the Halloween spirit, stop by anytime and treat your ears to some creepy classics. From the Monster Mash to Thriller, there are plenty of tracks to get those skeletons in the closet up and dancing about all day long.
On this station, October 31st isn't the only time when ghouls and ghosts get to come out to play. We broadcast all year round, so even when November rolls around, you can relive all the tricks and treats of the night before to your heart's content. We play every kind of music, so long as it has a terrifying twist, so what are you waiting for- hit play, and get ready to have your socks scared off!
The Michael Myers mask in Halloween has a fascinating backstory. When shooting the original 1978 film, production designer Tommy Lee Wallace picked up two masks from a Hollywood Boulevard magic shop: a clown mask and William Shatner as Captain Kirk in Star Trek. "Tommy came in with the clown mask on, and we went, 'Ooh, that’s kind of scary.' Then he put on the Shatner mask, and we stopped dead and said, 'It’s perfect,'" actor Nick Castle told the New York Times. They spray painted it white, cut the eye holes bigger, and the rest is spine-tingling history.
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