Fright-A-Thon is turning three years old this year. It started as a way to get around the doldrums and real fear of 2020. That evolved into a sequel of epic proportions that started on September 1st and went all the way to October 31st. Here’s the rationale from last year on why we expanded to a full two months of horror content.

Christmas and those holidays get to swallow up the majority of December, November, and part of January. Why not Halloween? September is a month of going back-to-school and residual heat from the summer. Now it’s another month of pumpkins, serial killers, ghosts, ghouls, specters, goblins, and things that go bump in the night.

The change from August 31st to September 1st is a huge one for some people. The green, blue, and blinding hues of Summer begin to fade. They die out and become the orange and black that we all know, love, and fear. Those summer parties turn into the rising tide of the fall. Things start appearing behind every corner, monsters, ghouls, ghosts, goblins, specters, zombies, pumpkins, serial killers, and anything else that goes bump in the night comes out to play. For all of those things and more, we do THS Fright-A-Thon.

What does Fright-A-Thon mean though? Well, it means that every work day (Monday-Friday) you’ll get at least one article detailing, going over, or celebrating something about the fun and spirit of Halloween and horror. You can check out the entire Fright-A-Thon 1 and 2 schedules here and here for what to expect.

Check back here every day for something you might’ve missed. Grab those favorite horror movies, books, games, shows, comics, toys, or whatever else, and join us for the marathon dedicated to the best holiday of them all: Halloween.

The Fright-A-Thon 3 Index

September 1st:

The 2022 Halloween Movie Marathon Schedule

September 2nd:

Showing Off A New Pinhead – Debating Character Lighting

September 6th:

The 5 Most Frightening Films Ever…

Everything Streaming On Netflix For Halloween

September 7:

The 30 Best Heavy Metal Halloween Songs

Barbarian Review: Unpredictable, Peak Horror

September 8th:

The Best Horror Game You’ve Never Played: Aliens Infestation

September 9th:

Halloween Horror Nights 2022 Hollywood – The Best Scares For The Season

September 12th:

The Top 5 ‘Part 5s’ In Horror Movies

September 13th:

Immortal Masks Are The Scariest Thing For Your Face

September 14th:

The 5 Horror Movies That Absolutely Need A Blu-Ray/4K Release

September 15th:

Hellraiser: Ranking All 10 Films Worst To Best

September 16th:

The Ultimate Guide To Halloween Horror Nights 2022

September 19th:

The Top 5 Horror Movie Soundtracks

September 20th:

Building A Dream Halloween Horror Nights Haunted House Lineup

September 21st:

Thanks To Spirit Halloween For Keeping Killer Klowns From Outer Space and Trick ‘r Treat Alive

September 22nd:

What Are John Carpenter And Scream Factory Up To?

September 23rd:

The 5 Best Scream Factory Blu-Ray/4K Releases

September 26th:

AMC FearFest Lineup Is Killer – Full October Schedule

September 27th:

Spirit Halloween: The Movie Fright-A-Thon Review

September 28th:

The Fright Night Sequel/Prequel We’ve Always Wanted Is Here

September 29th:

September 30th:

My Best Friend’s Exorcism Review

October 3rd:

Hellraiser (2022) – Review

October 4th:

Werewolf By Night (2022) Review

October 5th:

Terrifier 2 Review

October 6th:

Chucky Season Two Premiere Review

October 10th:

Old Man Review

October 11th:

The 5 Best Movie Vampires

October 12th:

Revisiting Rob Zombie’s Halloween Movies

October 13th:

Halloween Ends Review

October 14th:

Why Social Media Has Ruined Horror Movies

October 17th:

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride 2022 Review

October 18th:

V/H/S/99 Review

October 19th:

Ranking The 5 Best Horror Movie Funko Pops

October 20th:

How Horror Dominated The 2022 Box Office

October 21st:

Why Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers Is The Best Sequel In The Halloween Franchise

October 24th:

Why Shudder Is The Best Streaming Service Out There

October 25th:

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October 31st:

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