Archive for 'Multimedia'

The Life and Death of a Pumpkin

The Life and Death of a Pumpkin

Posted on 10. Jan, 2009 by The Crypt Keeper.

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This is a very creative 5 minute film on “The Life and Death of a Pumpkin”. Starting at the pumpkin patch, then going under the knife and finally being the center of attention during Halloween. Maybe too much attention during Halloween could be deadly?

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Interview with Joseph Vargo of Nox Arcana

Interview with Joseph Vargo of Nox Arcana

Posted on 04. Jan, 2009 by The Crypt Keeper.

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A few week ago I posted a review of Nox Arcana and their creepy musical creations. Joseph Vargo of Nox Arcana was kind enough to take some time and answer some interview questions for the HalloweenCenter community! Enjoy!

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Halloween Horror Sound Effects

Halloween Horror Sound Effects

Posted on 02. Jan, 2009 by The Crypt Keeper.

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All Ultimate Horror albums are recorded in high definition 3D sound. The raindrops and thunder claps are insainly crisp, as are the witch cackles and warewolf howls. The piano melodies and ambient voices are bonechilling.

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Nox Arcana Gothic Soundtracks

Nox Arcana Gothic Soundtracks

Posted on 02. Jan, 2009 by The Crypt Keeper.

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Nox Arcana’s haunting Gothic soundtracks are often used in independent films, in theme parks during Halloween, and for role-playing games. They have created 10 albums of original music in less than 5 years

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Kammarheit Soundscapes

Kammarheit Soundscapes

Posted on 31. Dec, 2008 by The Crypt Keeper.

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Kammarheit is a Swedish based artist that specializes in soundscapes. Some have called them beautiful and breathtaking, but when I listen to the tracks, I immediately get visions of Halloween parties, haunted houses, graveyards,yard haunts, forest walks etc.

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The Story of Halloween

The Story of Halloween

Posted on 29. Dec, 2008 by The Crypt Keeper.

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The Celts had mixed feeling about the spirits of the dead who wandered the earth at Samhain. On the one hand, they wanted to keep them happy; so they built bonfires to light their way and prepared special foods as offerings. But they were also terrified of them, so they disguised themselves as whatever they thought these wandering spirits might look like, in hope that they might blend in with the ghostly crowd.

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A Review of 7 Halloween Videos

A Review of 7 Halloween Videos

Posted on 27. Dec, 2008 by The Crypt Keeper.

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It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown by Charles Schulz is by far one of the most popular and fun family traditions during Halloween. The story line and music make it fun for adults and the characters’ antics easily keep the children’s interest.

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Disney’s Halloween Monster Hits

Disney’s Halloween Monster Hits

Posted on 26. Dec, 2008 by The Crypt Keeper.

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Originally aired on October 30th, 1987 on ABC. This montage of Disney cartoons and spooky songs (Monster Mash, Bad Moon Rising, Thriller, Sweet Dreams, Evil Woman and more!) was everyone’s favorite Halloween video!

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