About a year ago I made a joke about razor-filled candy items. Perhaps I shouldn’t have made such a joke as it only helps spread the intensely prevalent, but ultimately false, notion that trick-or-treating on Halloween is dangerous–or rather the candy is.
Don’t be too alarmed if you see a large group of reanimated people in search of brains during your Saturday shopping.
The annual event has become one of the historic theatre’s most cherished traditions over the years.
I’m just an average ghoul, trying to get some candy for goblin. Food! Fun! Terror! Halloween is so weird!
A store that sells monsters, makeup, and internet memes.
Candy, games, and costume contest for your little ghouls and goblins.
We’re doing Halloween again already? This year I didn’t have time to plan for it, but it’s on track to happen just fine anyway.
Richmond’s got a ton going on for people of all ages (and tolerances for horror).
The group hosts a family-friendly show on Friday evening; Saturday’s show is suitable for mature audiences only.
Free Halloween event for kids 10 and under at University of Richmond on October 26