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I need ideas for a Halloween Party for children. Any crafts, games & activity ideas?

Halloween games which involve both adults and children?

Please help me! I’m going to hold a staff-get-together party this late October and I’d like to have some party games (Halloween-related) as it’s on that very day. Some staff will bring their partners/children, so there are around 40 people of all ages. I prefer some funny indoor games which can involve both adults & children, but not too complicated to organize. The party will be in late morning till lunch (I know, bad timing & could be boring!) but I did promise to help, so, I have to try all ways out. In fact, I’m thinking of some Halloween puzzles, quizzes, or just popular party games with subject related to Halloween… but my mind isn’t clear now. I don’t know what & how to do.

I’m having a Halloween party for 5 or 6 children, does anyone have any great ideas for games?

The children are ages 5-10 years old. We are having a pizza party, with cupcake decorating, pumpkin painting, and a candy hunt…what games would you suggest, how are they played and what do I need? Thanks in advance.

What are some activities or games to play at a Halloween/Birthday party for young children?

I need help planning activities and games to do at a Halloween/Birthday party for young kids and toddlers. They will range from about age 2-5 or so and I want activities that are fun and will keep them busy instead of watching cartoons or something.. Please help!! Also, you if have any suggestion of what kind of food to serve, please let me know!!

Does anyone know if paranormal things can cause young children to have seizures?

Friday night.. a little boy of a friend of mine was perfectly healthy.. and went into a seizure ended up on a ventilator. and flown to OSU. then sunday night.. his one year old brother had a seizure when he was at home with only his fifteen year old sister and his two week old nephew.. and both children have a completely clean bill of health after several tests .. and there have been several things that people have witnessed in the house.. any help is appreciated.

How is it that children are allowed to act in movies that they aren’t allowed to see?

I was at my friend’s house, and he was watching some b-movie horror flick that he borrowed from a friend of his. It was about these evil demonic children who go around killing people, kind of like Children of the Corn, but worse. It was really violent and extremely gory. I forget what it was called, but my friend says you can’t buy or rent it anywhere, and I’m not surprised. I think it was unrated too.

Aside from the fact that the children actors (who looked like they ranged between the ages of 10 and 12) were exposed to all of the blood and gore of the film (as they were the ones doing it), there were also 3 separate scenes in the movie where they were exposed to full nudity. In one scene, a couple of the kids go into a woman’s bathroom and stab her while she’s taking a shower, fully nude (clearly ripped off from Psycho). Then later there’s another scene where the kids have kidnapped another woman, they tie her down and rip her clothes off and then they kill her in some sort of satanic ritual (again, the woman is completely nude).

The third scene is definitely the worst. The kids go into this house where a teenage girl is home alone. The girl is depicted as being under 18, even though the actress probably isn’t, she looked younger. The girl is on her bed, naked from the waist down, listening to music in her headphones. You can tell that she is using a sex toy, even though they don’t show everything, all you see is the sex toy and her pubic hair. She doesn’t notice when the kids come in her room, and they watch her for a minute with these evil looks on their faces. One of the kids has this scary looking thing that looks like a sex toy with thorns on it, and… I don’t think I need to say what happens next. It was disturbing. The poor girl screams and there is blood everywhere, and I just can’t believe that any movie producer would let child actors even pretend to do what they did. And what were their parents thinking letting them act in something like this?

The movie was terrible. There was hardly any storyline, most of the acting was pretty horrible, the special effects and prop blood — while gory — looked mostly unrealistic. I doubt it even made as much money as they spent to produce it, and I’m sure the movie was probably banned just about everywhere they tried to release it. Even if it did get released, it would have carried an NC-17 rating, minimum. No child should ever be allowed to see it. So my question is, why were children allowed to act in it? And isn’t it against the law for them to be directly exposed to naked women like that? I think I’ve seen stuff like that in other movies too, where children end up seeing naked adults. I remember one movie I saw many years ago where this young boy was spying on a woman while she posed nude for a painting, or something. Why is this allowed? It doesn’t make sense that children would be allowed to see something in person when they aren’t allowed to see it on a movie screen.
I’m pretty sure this was not CG or anything, it was a pretty low budget film. In fact I am almost positive that the children were actually in the scenes.

Like in the ‘sacrifice’ scene, one of the children is kneeling over the woman and running the blade of a knife down her stomach, but not actually cutting her. You see both the boy and the woman in the same shot in the same scene, and the boy’s shadow over the woman’s body, and what looks like a real knife. The boy’s hand is clearly wrapped around the knife handle and the tip of the knife is pressed in against the woman’s stomach. The boy slowly runs the knife down between the woman’s breasts and stops just short of her pubic hair. Thank goodness all three of the naked or partially naked women in the film at least had pubic hair, to leave something to the imagination.

But I don’t think any of it was faked. The film quality was just way too amateurish for it to have been “green room” FX.
I’m not quite sure what the name of it was, I will have to ask my friend the next time I talk to him. I think it was something like Children of the Demon Seed, but I’m not positive. I had never heard of it before. My friend said he thinks it was never “officially” released because it couldn’t get ratings approval, or something like that. It’s one of those “underground” things that he heard about from a friend of a friend. He’s into all of that stuff, banned movies and ultraviolent films, stuff like that.

Right off the bat, the fact that he had this movie told me that it was definitely out of the mainstream and not exactly “the norm”, so maybe the whole nudity thing was just an isolated incident for this case. But I am almost positive that I have seen other films where child actors were exposed to adult nudity, though probably not to this extent.
Giselle, why would you want to see it? It was really bad. The plot was terrible, the storyline was terrible, the acting was terrible, the “special effects” were terrible, the ending was terrible, and on top of that, it wasn’t even really scary! It was just a lot of gore and disturbing scenes. It’s no wonder I’ve never heard of it. I know that some movies become popular because of how bad they are, but this one was just vile, like the rape scene from the unrated version of The Hills Have Eyes II. It was just wrong all around. I would not recommend anyone see it.

Even my friend, who is usually into disturbing, gory, low-budget films with bad acting, said that he expected better and that he was not really impressed or entertained by it. The only possible redeeming factor is that the kids in the movie were really creepy, very much Children of the Corn-like. It’s pretty sad that the children were probably the best actors in the entire production.

Halloween party games/activities for small children?

We are having a family Halloween party in a few days and I need ideas for party games or activities.
It will be a small party (just the 4 of us. My 2 daughters, my husband and I) and they have to be relatively simple games or activities that a 6 and 7 year old can understand.
Here is the catch though…it has to be something I can create from stuff I already have at home.
It is an all-day party. Here is what I have so far: Making Halloween crafts together with construction paper, carving pumpkins, playing Charades, Pictionary, Password (all with Halloween themes), and watching scary movies in the evening.
They will also help me with the preparation of our Halloween dinner (we have some spooky foods to make) and some punch and snacks.
Any other ideas for simple games or activities? Thanks!

How do we explain the paranormal to children that don’t sense it?

For example, a demon has taken over your house. You shoot your kids pets and feel bad about it. What do you do to normalize your family. If your kids aren’t sensitive empaths, how do you make shooting pets acceptable?
It’s a theoretical question, I’ve never shot a pet and haven’t fired a weapon in 40 years.

How do we explain the paranormal to children that don’t sense it?

For example, a demon has taken over your house. You shoot your kids pets and feel bad about it. What do you do to normalize your family. If your kids aren’t sensitive empaths, how do you make shooting pets acceptable?
It’s a theoretical question, I’ve never shot a pet and haven’t fired a weapon in 40 years.

How do we explain the paranormal to children that don’t sense it?

For example, a demon has taken over your house. You shoot your kids pets and feel bad about it. What do you do to normalize your family. If your kids aren’t sensitive empaths, how do you make shooting pets acceptable?
It’s a theoretical question, I’ve never shot a pet and haven’t fired a weapon in 40 years.

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