If Halloween is one of your favorite holidays, it might be a bit of a downer to realize that you’ll have to celebrate it at home due to the Coronavirus pandemic. But never fear, there is still plenty of spooky fun to be had even from home. Here are a few ideas.
Have a Scary Movie Marathon With Friends
These days, with extensions like Netflix Party and Watch2Gether, it’s totally possible to watch a movie with friends even if you can’t be in the same place. So pick your favorite horror flicks (Halloweentown, anyone?) and some popcorn and get to screaming!
Have a Costume Photoshoot
Sure, you won’t be able to show off your Halloween costume at a party this year, but that doesn’t mean you should skip dressing up. This year, all eyes are on social media and there’s plenty of opportunities to show the world your cool look with a self-timer photo shoot.
Traditionally, spooky Halloween decorations like cobwebs and skeletons go in your yard to scare trick or treaters, but this year why don’t you set them up inside, like in your bedroom or living room? It’ll get you into the Halloween spirit while you’re safe at home.