1. What was your favorite Halloween costume as a kid?
When I was little I was a princess more than once. My grandma usually made me a pretty little dress. As I got a little older and more tom boy-ish I opted for a ninja turtle.
2. Favorite costume as an adult?
When the Star Trek reboot came out I was pretty much in love (which is hard for a life long star wars fan to admit) That year I decided to go as Spock (because he is so logical) I made my own costume and sported some vulcan ears to.
3. Favorite Halloween Candy?
Reese's peanut butter cups! You can't go wrong with a heavenly perfect mixture of peanut butter and chocolate!
This is from recent years and it was even the same year I dressed as Spock. Halloween was on a Saturday that year. I hung out with my group of ridiculous friends and we hit up Patchouge. I have mentioned before I am not a big fan of going to bars, but it was pretty fun on Halloween and we saw some great costumes. After going to a few different places we stopped by this one bar that was pretty cool. The DJ was spinning some really awesome tunes and a projection screen was showing creepy clips from horror movies. My friends and I were hypnotized by the movie clips! Then Justice came on (my dance jam at the time) and we danced like pagans. My wacky friends were dressed as: A mummy, keyboard cat, Max (where the wild things are), Little Red Riding Hood, a Ghost, a Flasher and Count Chocula.
I am not the biggest horror movie buff. However, my core group of friends and husband can't get enough. They dragged me along to see A Cabin in the Woods when it opened. I had no idea what it was about and really didn't care. I thought ok lets get this over with I'll get freaked out a big and go home and have nightmares. However as soon as the movie started I picked up and how ridiculous it was being, then I realized that it was intentional. This was confirmed when the movie took a ridiculous twist. I don't want to give it away but lets just say its not the movie you think it is.