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Every Day Is Halloween: A Guide for Those Who Can't Let Go

Halloween is over. Boo! And not "boo" like a ghost says, but "booo" like when your team gets buried by an avalanche of scoring from the other team (goddamn Patriots...). Still, just because the calendar says the spooky time of year is over is no reason you have to listen. Not when you have crazy people like Bloodshed Deathbath turning 3 Kings Tavern into a haunted house and then running a pinball tournament in said haunted house.

Bloodshed Deathbath's Ryan Policky (who also is part of horror-themed band Genessier and numerous other non-horror-themed things) clearly understands that while the calendar may say it's time to start planning Thanksgiving, we don't have to stop celebrating Halloween. And not surprisingly, Policky's HorrorHouse Pinball Tournament of Death is a great place to start on those post-Halloween terror celebrations. Once it's over, though, then what?

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Cory Casciato is a Denver-based writer with a passion for the geeky, from old science fiction movies to brand-new video games.
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