Oh, Halloween. You're a holiday I don't celebrate. But that doesn't mean I can't enjoy some Internet content related to your celebration. For instance…
Rotten Tomatoes has a feature on the 25 best vampire movies according to the Tomatometer. I haven't seen too many of them, and 30 Days Of Night was so boring I turned it off, but perhaps you'll find something to love. It did remind me that I've had a copy of Night Watch at my house for like 2 years, so maybe it's time to bust that out…
Tomorrow night (Oct. 30), at 8 p.m. Eastern, this website will be playing Orson Welles' original War Of The Worlds broadcast—you know, the one that scared the shit out of the world. It's sponsored, naturally, by the upcoming Welles biopic Me And Orson Welles, which stars Zac Efron and Claire Danes and comes out November 25.
The Huffington Post has a piece on costume knockoffs that's got some entertaining photos.
Adorable pop-culture enthusiast Whitney over at Pop Candy has a bunch of photos of carved pumpkins inspired by celebrities. And she's worth reading every day, if you don't already.
But absolutely the most important Halloween thing you should check out is the video below. It's from a local news broadcast, though you might imagine seeing it on Tim & Eric Awesome Show. We love it with a burning passion. Happy Halloween! Oh, and hat tip to Videogum for pointing us to it!