Rev. Warlock DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE (dblackthorne) wrote,
Rev. Warlock DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE
dblackthorne

Halloween comes to life!

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Goosebumps Haunted HaloweenSomewhat likened Die Elektrischen Vorspiele, "Slappy" {an evil, demonically possessed ventriloquist puppet reminiscent of Fats from Magic} uses Sorcery in tandem with a Wardenclyffe Tower facsimile, a tesla coil transmitter to materialize all the characters from Halloween fane to populate a town, and it works!

Entering a store likened Walgreen's to the Halloween aisle, the masks manifest into their respective personages, including yeti, werewolf, Dracula, witches, an attendant transformed into a hunchback ogre. As the magic is transmitted through the coils, the atmosphere additionally enlivens ghosts, jack o'lanterns who grow wings, the Headless Horseman, and a giant spider we'll call Avoosal. Even gummibears come to life!

RL Stine is characterized herein as the nucleic imaginative progenitor, when his books unleash this favorable reality into existence. With the help of a small group of teens, seeks to return the monsters and phantoms back into the books.

For some of us, the likened Halloween theme is a constant. From the hellegant to Gothic decor, fanciful to the stoic, practical to the accentuating. Empowering and reflective, evocative and an æsthetic crystallization. I also noticed a similarity in the cover image to that of My own Halloween Unleashed.

Overall, a charming dracling film about the preponderance and eventual total possession of a town by the denizens of Halloween. SO IT IS DONE. [5/5]

Tags: dracling, dracula, film review, ghosts, halloween, infernal progeny, monsters, spechtreum, technology, technomancy, vampires, witches
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