Whether you're a late-night costume contest faithful or if a pumpkin patch is more your speed, we've got the lowdown on all the Halloween Happenings around the Lowcountry from now until All Hallow's Eve. Keep checking back for more!

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Halloweekend is upon us — and we've got all the party deets
Halloweekend is upon us — and we've got all the party deets Any questions?

It’s here: It’s finally Halloweekend. The usual weekend roundup couldn't possibly contain all of the city's frightening events. We’ll get back to your regularly scheduled programming in a second, but for now, check out just a few of the events that will be terrifying, intoxicating, and entertaining Charleston for the next four days. — Sigrid Johannes

Glenn McConnell wants to help you carve your CofC pumpkin
Glenn McConnell wants to help you carve your CofC pumpkin Where's the Glenn-o'-lantern template??

Have you carved your jack-o'-lantern yet? No? Are you a College of Charleston alum? Yes? Then you're in luck, the fine folks at your alma mater have published some nifty CofC-themed pumpkin carving tips and tricks. — Sam Spence

The Dead Talk Back
The Dead Talk Back Who will you believe when a medium comes to town?

I was 10 years old when a fortune-teller named Cookie said I'd lose my eyes. Belonging to that odd and ill-defined taxonomy of the "family friend," Cookie was a seer of a lower order, yet still claimed a connection to the spiritual realm. An occasional guest in my home at the time, she took the opportunity one afternoon to invite me into an empty bedroom to share her supernatural gifts. — Dustin Waters

Netflix & Thrill
Netflix & Thrill A few of my favorite horror films to haunt your dreams

As a movie buff, it was difficult coming up with a list of recommendations for best horror films. This year has seen some great ones. Ben Wheatley's adaptation of J.G. Ballard's High Rise was unpleasant, in a good way. Danny Perez's Antibirth was an unsettlingly bleak visual feast. — Kevin Young

Freeloaders: Happy Halloweek Boils & Ghouls
Freeloaders: Happy Halloweek Boils & Ghouls Events for the week of Oct. 24-Oct. 30

It’s Halloweek, y'all. Some of us don’t need an excuse to dress up in weird clothes and eat candy all week, but for those of you who do, your time has come. There are plenty of parties, trick-or-treating events, and pumpkin carvings to satisfy your seasonal itch. And keep in mind, these are just the freebies. If you’re willing to spring a little cash, check out our Fright Life Calendar for a full roster of local Halloween debauchery. — Sigrid Johannes

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