Words matter. These are the best Halloween Quotes from famous people such as Amity Shlaes, Gail Carriger, Jason Blum, Tracy Chapman, Lauren Cohan, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
People value Halloween, like Valentine’s Day, because they can tell themselves that it’s not merely secularized but actually secular, which is to say, not Christian, Jewish, Hindu or Muslim.
It seems to me that Halloween is the perfect time to get all over steampunk.
I liked stuff like ‘Halloween,’ but I wasn’t a horror fanatic until I was in my 30s and then made ‘Paranormal Activity.’ Now, having a company, I can’t imagine doing anything else. But it took me a while to find my love for it.
I dressed up as a veterinarian for a Halloween costume party. I had the lab coat. I got a couple of stuffed animals for patients and put bandages on them.
I love, love, love, Halloween. I love dressing up – I think it’s rad!
When it comes to romance, I’m really simple. I am really a ‘dinner and a movie’ type of person, and I love food, so surprise me and order something different or adventurous when it comes to food, and I’m like a kid at Halloween.
John Carpenter created the idea of Halloween, so his vision remains the most focused and intelligently directed of the series. The directors that have followed have kept the original intent of the concept.
Being in a band you can wear whatever you want – it’s like an excuse for Halloween every day.
I love ‘Halloween,’ and I love ‘The Thing.’
In Halloween, I viewed the characters as simply normal teenagers. Laurie, Jamie Lee’s character, was shy and somewhat repressed. And Michael Myers, the killer, is definitely repressed. They have certain similarities.
All my life, I have been a celebrant of Halloween. For me, it is the most important day of the year, the turning point in the old pagan calendar.
I would love if gay men responded to me. All I want is for many gay men to dress up as me for Halloween.
I had some great matches with ‘Macho Man,’ but the one at Halloween Havoc in 1997 was intense, and Havoc was the perfect venue for a Last Man Standing Match.
Halloween is my favorite holiday. It’s like my Christmas.
Our modern understanding of cultural appropriation is highly individualised. It’s all about what Halloween costume you wear, or who’s cooking biryani. But the way in which the idea was first used was to describe a relationship of dominance and exploitation between a global ruling class and a globally subjugated one.
I love Halloween, trick or treating and decorating the house. And I love Thanksgiving, because of the football and the fall weather. And of course, I love Christmas – that’s my favorite of all!
People come over, and we watch things like ‘The Paul Lynde Halloween Special.’ I have a hot tub. Everybody puts on a bathing suit and we splash around.
Great horror movies are earned. ‘Halloween’ is an earned picture. Every moment of grotesque violence is earned by the suspense they’re able to maintain getting there.
I don’t really dress up for Halloween.
I’m not a real Halloween kind of guy, because Halloween is every day.
Instead of watching the World Series, I was watching Steve Austin versus Dustin Rhodes in a 15-minute Broadway for the WCW TV title at Halloween Havoc 1991.
To be the Grand Marshal of the most recognized Halloween parade in the world is so much fun. People plan for months and months to design their costumes, and it is amazing. It is a true competition and amazing to watch everyone.
I was obsessed with ‘Kids in the Hall’, ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’, ‘SNL’… like, I was a Conehead for one Halloween and the Wild and Crazy Guys for another.
I have always loved fashion and clothes. I mean, I was Grace Kelly for Halloween in fifth grade, which is why going to Monaco was so incredible – I’ve always kind of been obsessed with her.
There was a lot of playing by myself, wearing last year’s Halloween costume and wandering around the yard talking to myself – which may account for my fondness for doing different voices.
South Africa is the only place in the Southern hemisphere where Halloween is really catching on. They have a lot of sporting events that have made it more popular there. They have motocross and rave celebrations, and they’re embracing it as a youth culture thing.
You never think about someone dressing up as you for Halloween.
Charlie Brown is the one person I identify with. C.B. is such a loser. He wasn’t even the star of his own Halloween special.
I like the original ‘Halloween.’
That’s why we’re doing this, to defend our traditions a little. I don’t have anything against it (Halloween), but it’s not our tradition.
When I was a kid, Halloween was strictly a starchy-vegetable-only holiday, with pumpkins and Indian corn on the front stoop; there was nothing electric, nothing inflatable, nothing with latex membranes or strobes.
The first horror film I remember seeing in the theatre was Halloween and from the first scene when the kid puts on the mask and it is his POV, I was hooked.
I heard from other people on Twitter that they’re very excited about Twisty Halloween costumes, and all I can think is, ‘You people are nuts!’
I’ve never seen ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’, I’ve never seen ‘Halloween’, I’ve never seen any of the ‘Friday the 13ths.’
Some people say, ‘Oh you’re a weird queen. You’re a punk queen.’ All queens are weird! I don’t care if you’re in a sickening gown or dressed as an octopus. You are treating every day as if it were Halloween. You are donning a character and a persona that isn’t real.
I never even went to Jekyll & Hyde’s restaurant. I loved the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade, though.
Seems like Americans just want it to be Halloween all year. The holiday just keeps getting more popular.
When I was a kid I got busted for throwing a rock through a car window and egging a house on halloween.
Halloween is one of my favorite days of the year. I have a strict rule: I don’t work on Halloween and I won’t travel on Halloween. Not for any reason.
I love Halloween.
My children are vampires. I don’t mean that they are going to dress as vampires for Halloween. I mean that, like vampires, they cannot be captured on film.
I hear from many a man around Halloween that’s dressed up as Mama for Halloween. It’s a great costume.
In Germany, we do not have Halloween, which is a shame.
I grew up reading comics. I was primarily an ‘X-Men’ fan, but I definitely dressed up as Spider-Man for Halloween when I was, like, 12 years old. Maybe younger than that.
When I was in the 9th grade, on Halloween night, when you’re supposed to go and out and burn your city, my mom made me go to ‘Cirque du Soleil.’ I was kicking and screaming. This girl came out onstage, and I was instantly mesmerized. I dropped out of school and became obsessed with her. I saw the show, like, 70 times.
I made that decision around the time of ‘Halloween,’ whether I wanted to continue trying to be a singer and rock and roll player or get into movies.
I live in New Orleans part of the year, and it’s a really fun eating town. I bought two homes there, one to live in and one as an investment. They love to eat, drink and dress up in costumes. There are so many reasons to dress up – Mardi Gras, Halloween, Southern Decadence.
In our town, Halloween was terrifying and thrilling, and there was a whiff of homicide. We’d travel by foot in the dark for miles, collecting candy, watching out for adults who seemed too eager to give us treats.
On Halloween, kids get to assume, for one night the outward forms of their innermost dread, and they’re also allowed to take candy from strangers – the scariest thing of all.
I was the ghost-faced killer for Halloween in the third or fourth grade.
In Britain, the major public holiday used to be Guy Fawkes Day… that was celebrated on November 5th with things like bonfires and fireworks… I think that made Halloween seem preferable. The idea of having pumpkins and costumes and parties seemed much more appealing than burning down your neighborhood.
On Halloween, don’t you know back when you were little, your mom tells you don’t eat any candy until she checks it? I used to be so tempted to eat my candy on the way to other people’s houses. That used to be such a tease.
As a kid, there are some things you looked forward to. You looked forward to Charlie Brown during Halloween and you looked forward to Monday Night Football.
For Halloween, I’ve gone trick-or-treating as Mary Poppins, Peter Pan, and Robin Hood.
The idea of dying and coming back is what makes the Halloween films work.
Halloween starts earlier and earlier, just like Christmas.
I hate Halloween. I hate dressing up. I hate – I wear wigs, makeup, costumes every day. Halloween is like, my least favorite holiday.
I’m a really big fan of all things macabre in general; Halloween happens to be my favorite holiday.
My mom is a history teacher, so we’d go on all these historic trips as kids around Halloween, because it was kind of creepy.
Acting is like a Halloween mask that you put on.
Halloween is all about being bold, daring, and creative! You get to be someone else for the night thanks to makeup and a costume. I pretty much do that on the daily, so I am not that big on Halloween, but I do appreciate a good costume and some incredible makeup.