Friday Fright Nightcaps – Witches Brew

There once was a witch who was blue
So, she whipped up one helluva brew

You don’t need magic to make all your troubles disappear. The merry makers over at Recipesjust4u.com have discovered the ancient recipe for Witches Brew that anyone can cook up in the comfort of their own kitchen.

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Photo by Recipesjust4u.com

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 oz Grey Goose Vodka
  • 1 oz Triple Sec
  • 1 oz. Blue Curacao
  • Lime Juice
  • Black Sanding Sugar or Sprinkles for coating the glass

To view full recipe at Recipesjust4u.com: https://recipesjust4u.com/witches-brew-halloween-drink/

 

Underrated Halloween Movies for Teens

There’s plenty of kid-friendly Halloween movies out there, and but finding good movies for pre-teens and teens can get challenging. Halloween movies skewed towards older kids are far too scary for little ones and not quite scary or gory enough for adults, thus, many get overlooked as good Halloween movies. Not only do these movies on our list have a strong message, they invoke the spirit of Halloween.

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Monster House (2006) Steve Buscemi, Catherine O’Hara

Three friends discover their cranky neighbor’s haunted house is actually a scary monster.

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At first glance, it’s just a silly kids movie but the story really highlights working through pubescent troubles and learning to get along with adults. When released, the film was mis-marketed to children, when clearly geared towards pre-teens and above. The movie deals with some teen issues and is far too scary for little kids. As for the characters, the adults are kinda creepy and the kids get into trouble, not your ideal role models, but they’re realistic enough that teens might will identify with them. There’s some excellent visuals and 3D version out there for those with a fancy TV.

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