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->'''Roseanne:''' Halloween is the one night of the entire year where the veil is lifted between the living and the dead, and the dead return from Hell to walk the Earth. And we have to dress up like ghosts and goblins and stuff to fake out the evil spirits, or else they might carry us back to Hell with them.\\
'''Becky:''' So why do the dead people come back?\\
'''Roseanne:''' For the candy. There's no chocolate in Hell. That's ''why'' it's Hell.
-->-- ''Series/{{Roseanne}}''

The [[HalloweenCosplay characters are costumed]], their houses are decked out haunted mansion style, they tell spooky stories, and weird (or weirder than usual) things abound! It's the yearly [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] Episode!

Probably the most well known of these are ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror" episodes, but most American kids' and genre shows have them. While neither [[SantaClausmas Samhain nor All Saints Eve]] is ever mentioned, the similarly themed (but more upbeat) Dia de los Muertos (Nov 1-2) might be if the characters are on a visit to Mexico.

If it's ''too'' scary (or rather, too ''successful''), this may result in NightmareFuel. Often a BizarroEpisode as well. Either way, coming across a Halloween episode of a show you watch in syndication is often an unexpected treat.

If the cast ends up in Halloween costumes, expect at least some of them to be a ShoutOut or even the occasional ActorAllusion.

There's a subversion/reversal on supernatural-oriented series where Halloween is ''literally'' a holiday for supernatural beings, [[Literature/{{Discworld}} and they all stay home]]. (Some FridgeLogic here because this assumes that terrorizing the populace is a ''job'' for supernatural creatures, rather than leisure activity.)

See also HalloweenSpecial. For other holidays see ChristmasEpisode, ThanksgivingEpisode and ValentinesDayEpisode.


* HalloweenEpisode/LiveActionTV
* HalloweenEpisode/WesternAnimation


[[folder: Anime and Manga]]
* The anime adaptation of VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}} has "Idol☆Halloween". It's about Akari and her friends in a contest to collect the most candy in order to enter a special halloween audition.
* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' has two Halloween strips. One of which involves America and England trying to outscare each other (a long running competition between the two). Hetalia also recently featured a Halloween Special Episode which also included France harassing a young woman and resulting in a trip to jail. ([[spoiler: Surprisingly he didn't seem to mind that he had been detained and questioned by the police]])
** There was also [[Manga/{{Hetaween 2011}} a bigger one]] 2011, involving a party and costume contest.
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has a Halloween Episode as a {{Filler}}. It turns out that the events were [[spoiler:just dreamed by Sajin Komamura.]]
* The ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' movie takes place on Halloween.
* ''LightNovel/DirtyPair'' OAV episode 2 took place on Halloween. The plot involved a search for an escaped stolen combat robot, made more difficult by the camouflage provided by the many costumed people in town that day, and a fireworks display at midnight [[spoiler:during which the robot begins shooting missiles (which some bystanders assume are AllPartOfTheShow), and Yuri and Kei destroy the robot with the fireworks after their usual weapons aren't enough.]]
* ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'' had a single snapshot of the student council in costume for Halloween in episode 8.
* ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' has a Halloween episode with a {{Kimodameshi}} competition. It also gives the cast the opportunity to remark on how Renge dresses up in costumes even when it's ''not'' Halloween.
* The [=XY=] saga of ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' has one, though it's about a [[YouMeanXMas Gourgeist Festival]] instead of a proper Halloween. In it, Team Rocket tricks a count into believing Ash and his friends are thieves who stole their Pikachu. Musashi/Jessie (and the audience) also learns that her [[YourTomcatIsPregnant Pumpkaboo is female]] and she evolves into a Gourgeist in this episode. Appropriately, the Pumpkaboo-Gourgeist evolution line is based on Jack O'Lantern.
* Anime/PrettyCure:
** ''Anime/SuitePrettyCure'' has a Halloween episode. Unlike a lot of examples, it actually plays into the plot somewhat: It's the first episode after a major WhamEpisode involving [[spoiler:a change in villain management.]]
** ''Anime/HappinessChargePrettyCure'' has one as well. It's about the Precures and Blue entering a halloween parade. However the episode reveals that Queen Mirage has a new servant working for her but it isn't until the end of the episode that we see who it is... [[spoiler:Cure Tender/Maria, Iona's older sister.]]
** ''Anime/GoPrincessPrettyCure'' had a whole [[Main/NonSerialMovie non-serial halloween-themed movie;]] which was actually three mini movies in one. Although most of them were themed around pumpkins.
* ''Manga/RockLeesSpringtimeOfYouth'' has a Halloween episode with the Hidden Leaf Village having a Halloween festival, while Deidara and Tobi set out to ruin it with a giant pumpkin bomb.
* ''Manga/SgtFrog'' had a Halloween episode where a mysterious girl who had apparently been adopted by a demon-like alien kidnapped Fuyuki.
* ''[[{{Franchise/Anpanman}} Sorieke! Anpanman]]'' has a few Halloween episodes over the series' run. These episodes feature Halloweenman, a pumpkin-headed ghost who represents the holiday.
* In ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', the students wear various ''Duel Monsters'' costumes, then there is a duel between Judai and the materialized spirit of the Black Magician Girl. Almost everyone believes that the Black Magician Girl is a cosplayer like everyone else, but Judai figures it out. At the end of the episode, Sho, who is a Black Magician Girl {{Fanboy}}, gets a kiss on his cheek by her spirit.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''ComicBook/ThePowerpuffGirls'' had two Halloween stories: "Trick Or Beatings" (issue #31) had the girls framed for Halloween pranks staged by the Gangreen Gang, and "Halloween Hiding" (issue #67) had the Gangreens hiding out from the girls at a Halloween dance party.
* A 2012 issue of ComicBook/ActionComics had a Halloween story, featuring a Phantom Zone escapee trapping {{Superman}} in the Phantom Zone. In the New 52, Phantom Zone prisoners can walk in the real world but cannot be seen, heard or touched, making them closer to actual ghosts. For bonus points, the issue is number [[ThirteenIsUnlucky thirteen]].
* ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' story "Halloween" has the Smurfs and the Smurflings celebrating Halloween together, with the Smurflings paying a witch and Gargamel a visit by wearing pumpkins for masks and using lighted pumpkins to scare them.
* ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'': "Revelations", the very last arc of the infamous [[ComicBook/TheCloneSaga Clone Saga]] takes place on Halloween. Somewhat appropriate, given who the BigBad [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn turned out to be]] in the end.
* A ''DC Comics Presents'' issue featured a crossover of ''Superman'' with the ''House Of Mystery'' title, which takes place on Halloween.
* The third issue of ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'' sees the gang hold a Halloween party for charity, while a time-traveling Mr. Mxyzptlk is released from before he becomes a trickster. HilarityEnsues as the gang has to make sure Mxy becomes the mischief-maker he's known for being in order to keep time and space from falling apart.
* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' comic story in ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' sees the clan take advantage of the holiday to go out in public without them being feared, while Demona releases a wave of holographic monsters to attack the humans.
* While not taking place directly on Halloween, an early 2-part story during Creator/KurtBusiek's run on ''ComicBook/TheAvengers'' sees the Grim Reaper unleash several deceased members of the team now zombified on the current roster, and it was originally released during October.
* An early story spotlighting [[Franchise/XMen the Beast]] in his furred appearance during Marvel's Amazing Adventures anthology saw Hank fighting longtime X-Men villain the Juggernaut on Halloween night.
* One ''ComicBook/{{Venom}}'' story, "The Enemy Within," sees Eddie and ComicBook/{{Morbius}} team up to stop a demonic invasion on Halloween.
* Issue 9 of ''ComicBook/JemAndTheHolograms'' takes place in a Halloween party. The Misfits decide to crash Jem's party because they're showing off their new music video. Kimber and Stormer make up after them nearly breaking up due to [[spoiler:Kimber thinking Stormer was involved in an attempted murder plot on her sister.]] It also counts as a WhamEpisode because [[spoiler:Pizzazz gets into a car accident and we learn something is wrong with Synergy.]]
* ''Batman: Comicbook/TheLongHalloween'' was a thirteen-issue series where each issue was set on a holiday in the month it came out. The first and last issues, as the title suggests, were Halloween.
* The sequel, ''[[ComicBook/DarkVictory Batman: Dark Victory]]'' likewise has the first issue take place on Halloween, with the failed attempt on Two-Face's life, his escape from Arkham Asylum, and the first Hangman killing occurring all on the same night.. The final issue subverts this however as the climax takes place a few weeks prior around Columbus Day and only the epilogue takes place on Halloween night.
* Creator/DCComics released annual ''Halloween Special'' {{Anthology Comic}}s between 2007 and 2010, with stories ranging from genuinely spooky to more lighthearted takes on the holiday.
* TheNewTens version of ''Comicbook/HouseOfMystery'' had two Halloween Annuals (2009 and 2010), which were actually Creator/VertigoComics anthologies similar to the ''DCU Halloween Specials''.


[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* The classic ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' Halloween tradition of Linus waiting for the Great Pumpkin, who rises out of the most sincere pumpkin patch and delivers toys to all good little children.
* The ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' arc that ran the week of [[http://garfield.com/comic/1989-10-23 Monday, Oct. 23, 1989,]] in which Garfield imagines himself to be starving alone in a boarded-up house. Or at least he's probably imagining that--the Saturday strip that closes the arc leaves open the possibility that Garfield's happy, well-fed life might be the imaginary one.
* ''ComicStrip/LittleLulu'' comics had a few giant-size Halloween special issues, naturally with plenty of stories featuring Little Itch the witch.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Frazz}}'' has an annual tradition of Caulfield dressing up in a literature-themed costume for Halloween and challenging his teachers to guess his identity.
* One of the ''ComicStrip/HsuAndChan'' comics that ran in ''Electronic Gaming Monthly'' had one of these in an October issue. The duo stage a haunted house attraction with a video game theme. Things go pretty normally until they reach a cemetery where obsolete video game systems are buried. Then the obsolete video game systems [[RiseFromYourGrave rise from their graves]] and send the brothers running.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ScriptFic ''Fanfic/CalvinAndHobbesTheSeries'' has had several: "Home Un-Alone", "Full Moon: Full Baloney!", "The Great Halloween Heist", "Pranking the Ghosts"...
* ''Fanfic/TheAdventuresOfIrvingAndFriends'' had "The Grim Albert" and "[[Series/TheTwilightZone The Irving Zone]]".
* ''Fanfic/QueenOfAllOni'' has chapter 12, loosely based on the [[WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures show's]] fourth season Halloween episode (though [[AlternateUniverse obviously]] with [[ForWantOfANail differences]]).
* ''Fanfic/GoJyuSentaiGigaranger'' has a chapter titled Time and Punishment, which is the [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E6TreehouseOfHorrorV Treehouse of Horror segment]] InNameOnly, as it starts out like it only to have Garzooka fail to prevent UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln's assassination.
* The ''FanFic/FacingTheFutureSeries'' has ''Royal Occupation''.
* Gamma Cavy's paired post-canon fics''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10002603/1/Bond-Snapshots-Daisuke Bond Snapshots: Daisuke]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10077874/1/Bond-Snapshots-Satoshi Bond Snapshots: Satoshi]]'' have the costume party where the title characters go as themselves and get lost of compliments on the reality of their costumes.
* [[http://sto-forum.perfectworld.com/showthread.php?t=1239941 Literary Challenge #68: STO Halloween]] on the ''VideoGame/StarTrekOnline'' forums prompted the forum's stable of writers to talk about either Halloween or alien equivalents. Results ranged from a ShoutOut-ridden Halloween costume party ([[http://sto-forum.perfectworld.com/showpost.php?p=19648281&postcount=2 worffan101's entry]]) to a Klingon ghost story ([[http://sto-forum.perfectworld.com/showpost.php?p=19683941&postcount=3 "The Tale of K'reb epetai-Ruztah" by catrie]]) to two fics either partially or fully written by Tropers/{{starsword}}c, "Fanfic/RemembranceOfTheFallen" ([[http://sto-forum.perfectworld.com/showpost.php?p=19744591&postcount=6 collab with Takeshi6]]) and "Fanfic/ToAbsentFriends" ([[http://sto-forum.perfectworld.com/showthread.php?p=20061121#post20061121 starswordc by himself]]), dealing with a Bajoran version of the Latin American [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Day_of_the_Dead Day of the Dead.]]
* The third volume of the [[Fanfic/{{Cinderjuice}} Contractually Obligated Chaos]] series sees Lydia and WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}} celebrating Halloween by running a haunted attraction.
* ''Fanfic/TimeFixersNicktoonsOfTheFuture'' has a Halloween episode separate from the main series titled [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10788015/1/Time-Fixers-Tales-from-the-Scare-Zone Tales from the Scare Zone]], in which Crash and Twitchy introduce scary stories to the readers.
* ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'' has two:
** "Shadows of the Jungle" is an ApocalypticLog written by a scientist leading an expedition to Guyana in search of a Legendary Pokémon. As they progress into the depths of the jungle, the team is attacked by incresingly vicious swarms of Bug-types, [[DwindlingParty and the members go missing or are outright killed one by one]].
** "Agatha & Sam Gaiden" features Elite Four Agatha and Samuel Oak when they're young rookies, as they travel through [[TheLostWoods Drowning Woods]] in Johto. When Agatha's younger brother goes missing, the pair has to face hordes of Ghost-type Pokémon to try and find him to get out before it's too late.
* ''Fanfic/TheNewAdventuresOfInvaderZim'' has Episode 16. As Halloween approaches, [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Norlock]] summons up an army of monsters and demons to invade the city in order to prove his worth to Zim [[spoiler: and as a distraction from stealing the pieces of the [[DismantledMacGuffin Meekrob crystal]]]].

* For the first four ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books, an important plot development happens on Halloween and is usually the focus of the chapter in which it occurs, so those chapters could be said to be "Halloween episodes" in a sense. The first of these chapters is actually titled "Halloween".
* No fewer than three ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' books have taken place on Halloween due to the date's supernatural significance. It also happens to be the title character's birthday.
** ''Literature/GravePeril'', where the dead are restless and Bianca holds a costume party to celebrate her promotion ([[spoiler: both of which are related, as she uses the party as both a play for power and an excuse to kill several of her enemies]]). Harry, of course, decides to show up to the party as [[ClassicalMovieVampire the cheesiest vampire possible]].
** ''Literature/DeadBeat'', wherein a whole bunch of necromancers descend on Chicago in a desperate attempt to claim godlike power.
** ''Literature/ColdDays'' reveals that Halloween is one of the few times when [[spoiler: it is possible to permanently kill an immortal being]], with the plot revolving around Harry attempting to do just that.
* Literature/{{Goosebumps}} had ''The Haunted Mask'' (along with its sequels) and ''Attack of the Jack o' Lanterns''. Series 2000 had ''Headless Halloween'', and Goosebumps Horrorland had ''Weirdo Halloween'' and ''The Five Masks of Dr Screem''.
%%* ''Literature/SporewikiFictionUniverse'' has Kol Daren's House of Horror.
* Creator/AgathaChristie's ''Hallowe'en Party'' has Literature/HerculePoirot solving the drowning of a teenage girl in an apple-bobbing tub at the titular party.
* The Literature/EightySeventhPrecinct novel ''Tricks'' takes place on Halloween night.
* The ''Literature/{{Relativity}}'' series has "Candy Corn." Unlike the other examples on this page, it's actually a comedy.
* ''Literature/JunieBJones'' has the book ''Junie B., First Grader: BOO...and I MEAN It!''
* ''Lord of the Wings'' from the ''Series/MegLangslowMysteries'' is based entirely around a Halloween festival being held in Caerphilly, Virginia. This being a murder mystery series, it's not complete, of course, without a couple of grisly murders and other troublesome incidents which [[MysteryMagnet Meg Langslow]] and her family / friends help to investigate.

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* One of the early editions of ''Saturday Night's Main Event'' had a Halloween theme, including a sketch with Wrestling/RoddyPiper celebrating the holiday. One of the children in the segment was a young Stephanie [=McMahon=].
* Wrestling/{{WCW}} had "Halloween Havok", a Halloween themed pay-per-view event from 1989 onwards. Highlights from the event included Wrestling/RickRude debuting as a masked "Halloween Phantom," a "Chamber of Horrors" Match, a mummy called "The Yeti" attacking Wrestling/HulkHogan and Wrestling/ReyMysterioJr losing his mask to Wrestling/EddieGuerrero.
* River City Wrestling's Halloween Horrors of 1994 in Winnipeg Manitoba. Yes, there was even a "Chamber Of Horrors" battle royal.
* Wrestling/SmokeyMountainWrestling had ''Halloween Scream'' events from 1995 onward to its shut down when its owner went on to work for the WWF.
* All Pro Wrestling and Jersey All Pro Wrestling have the Halloween Hell event. ''Halloween Hell 2'' was to be APW's final garage show.
* Wrestling/{{WWE}} will usually have something Halloween related in the week Raw or Smackdown falls on Halloween. The most famous one was in 2002 that featured a backstage Halloween party where Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon (then Smackdown GM) and Wrestling/EricBischoff (then Raw GM) kissed in Stephanie's office. That was also the night that started Wrestling/JohnCena's rapper gimmick as he dressed up as Vanilla Ice and performed a rap.
* These days you can usually expect the divas to have a costume contest which have been taking place since 2006. In fact in 2007 and 2008 the costume contests were part of the Cyber Sunday PPV. Wrestling/MickieJames won both of them, first for dressing up as Pocahontas and then as Lara Croft.
** The NXT rookie divas had a contest as well with Wrestling/{{Aksana}} as a devil, Maxine as an ice queen, Wrestling/{{Naomi}} as the Hamburger Helper hand, Wrestling/AJLee as [[Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles Raphael]], and Wrestling/{{Kaitlyn}} as [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Vickie Guerrero]].
* WWC began its ''Halloween Wrestling Extravaganza'' tours in 2006.
* Dynamo Pro Wrestling and Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA Pro met up for ''Halloween Bash'' in 2009.
* LLF's ''Noche de Halloween'' has been one of its more popular shows since 2009. 2013's included La Chacala putting Diana La Cazadora in a casket.
* During its guest host phase, The Muppets were the guest stars for Halloween Raw and yes, Divas were in costume again.
* When World Wonder Ring Stardom adopted the Fukumen Mask Fiesta in 2014, it moved the event from July to October in order to run it alongside a Halloween party.

* No discussion of Halloween episodes can overlook Creator/OrsonWelles' infamous radio dramatization of ''Radio/TheWarOfTheWorlds'' in a 1938 Halloween Eve broadcast of ''Radio/TheMercuryTheatreOnTheAir''. According to legend, the first half of the program (presented as a PhonyNewscast of the Martians' invasion of New Jersey) led to panic in some parts of the country when listeners took the "reports" as real.
* The Christian radio drama ''Radio/AdventuresInOdyssey'' has an interesting variant - an episode from early in the show's run called "What Are We Gonna Do About Halloween?" that taught AnAesop about Halloween being evil.
* A 1948 episode of ''Franchise/ArchieComics''' radio show was about Archie throwing a wild Halloween party as his house. His father is less than pleased however refuses the money Archie's friends threw in to fix the damage.

[[folder:Theme Parks]]
* At the Ride/DisneyThemeParks:
** All of the Disneyland/Magic Kingdom parks have their own Halloween event where guests are allowed to dress up and trick-or-treat around the park, with special Halloween festivities being available as well.
** ''Space Mountain'' at Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland gets a DarkerAndEdgier Halloween overlay and becomes ''Space Mountain: Ghost Galaxy'' during the season.
** At Disneyland and Tokyo Disneyland, ''Ride/TheHauntedMansion'' becomes ''Haunted Mansion Holiday'', an overlay based off of ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' that mixes elements of Halloween and Christmas together. Because of the mixed holidays, it doubles as a ChristmasEpisode and lasts until early January, unlike the other Halloween overlays, which are removed in early November.
** As of 2017, California Adventure will also be getting a Halloween overlay and festive decorations. 2017 also introduced the Halloween overlay for ''Ride/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyMissionBreakout'', entitled ''Guardians of the Galaxy - Monsters After Dark''.
* Ride/UniversalStudios has Theatre/HalloweenHorrorNights, a haunt event run in September and October that contains numerous haunted houses, scarezones, and special shows. It's also an event that grew so big in scope and fans that it was enough to warrant its own page.
* Ride/BuschGardens has Howl-O-Scream, a haunt event very similar to Horror Nights.
* Ride/SeaWorld, depending on which location, has either Howl-O-Scream, or a family-friendly event similar to what Disney has.
* Ride/SixFlags has Fright Fest, again very similar to HHN and Howl-O-Scream.
* Theme park "Hellendoorn" in the Netherlands is Halloween-themed during the entire month of October, and renames itself "Heksendoorn" during that time ("Heks" is Dutch for witch).

[[folder:Video Games]]
* The BigBoosHaunt level trope is pretty much a Halloween/Horror themed celebration in video games.
* Every October, Artix Entertainment games like ''VideoGame/AdventureQuest'' and ''VideoGame/DragonFable'' have "Mogloween" quests, each year producing a new mini-story arc. They also have [[ChristmasEpisode Frostvale in December]] and [[ValentinesDayEpisode Hero Hearts Day in February.]]
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has a Halloween themed special week (often falling in between October 28th and November 2nd) in which you get Halloween themed items, can 'trick or treat' other players, and hunt the Headless Horseman Expy.
* ''VideoGame/{{Bully}}'' has a Halloween ''mission'' (two, if you're playing the UpdatedRerelease) where Jimmy, Gary, and Petey run around and raise all sorts of hell on Halloween night, in costumes. [[PlayerCharacter Jimmy's]] a [[DemBones skeleton]], [[ButtMonkey Petey's]] a pink bunny rabbit, and [[BigBad Gary's]] a [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi officer]] (NoSwastikas, though).
* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' has run special Halloween events for the past 3 years, featuring bosses and enemies ranging from ghosts, giant undead headless monsters wearing pumpkins on their heads that run around beheading people, giant floating eyeballs that shoot exploding eyeballs, angry magicians, and even zombies.
* Halloween is one of the major event holidays in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' both in the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube version and in the ''City Folk'' version, where you buy candy throughout the month of October in Tom Nook's store and give them to villagers to prevent them from playing tricks on you by transforming your clothes and pocketed items into Halloween themed items, while trying to find the real Jack (one of the special holiday [=NPCs=]) who all your villagers are dressed as and give him candy in order to get the Spooky furniture series from him. Though this is the point of the holiday in both versions of the game, there are some subtle different features added to the holiday in the ''City Folk'' version, such as being able to get villagers who are inside their homes to give you candy with a complete costume outfit which was not possible in the [=GameCube=] ''Animal Crossing's'' version of the holiday.
* ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemptionUndeadNightmare'' is this to the "Red Dead" series.
* ''VideoGame/{{inFAMOUS 2}}'' has the DLC ''Festival of Blood''. It's about Cole being turned into a vampire.
* ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' has a Halloween level in Mad Monster Mansion, complete with a Ouija Board puzzle, haunted church and graveyard, a big creepy organ in the church, and the Mumbo Jumbo transformation for this area as Banjo and Kazooie being turned into a pumpkin.
* ''VideoGame/KillingFloor'' has updates for Halloween every year.
* ''VideoGame/TheAngryVideoGameNerdAdventures'' has two levels, "Assholevania", the standard horror themed level, and "[[BigBoosHaunt Boo! Haunted House]]".
* ''VideoGame/SleepingDogs'' has the ''Nightmare at North Point'' DLC. A murdered triad gangster comes back from the grave as a hungry ghost, and the district is overrun by JiangShi.
* The original ''VideoGame/CostumeQuest'' takes place on Halloween as the player takes control of a group of kids that go trick-or-treating during a monster invasion. The DLC was a ChristmasEpisode.
* ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' and [[VideoGame/LuigisMansionDarkMoon its sequel]] are arguably this for the ''[[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]]'' series. On a smaller scale, the Ghost House levels that appear in almost every game.
* ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' had its (presumably) first Halloween event, called Halloween Terror. Some characters got new skins of them in costume, others got new highlight intros, some got both, and, well, [[IGotARock everyone got a voiceline, victory pose and a few sprays]]. This was coupled with the highly popular brawl Junkenstien's Revenge, loosely based off of the accompanying comic entitled ''"Junkenstein"'', which it turn was loosely based on Franchise/{{Frankenstein}}. The event returned in 2017 with more skins, more voicelines, an endless mode for Junkenstein's Revenge, and another comic titled ''"The Return of Junkenstein"''.
* ''VideoGabe/RabiRibi'' has the "Cicini's Halloween!" DLC, which opens up a new area of the Floating Graveyard and a side plot in which Cicini and Syaro, who are from the outside world, introduce Halloween to the island, with Lilith designing costumes. It culminates in a DualBoss fight with Chocola and Vanilla in mummy costumes, [[spoiler:with Cicini joining them at the end]].

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* Fetish comic, ''Webcomic/CravingControl'' had a two part special featuring its gluttonous protagonist Lalia going trick or treating and cleaning out the whole neighbourhood before any of the kids could show up.
* In ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'', no matter what else may be going on in the storyline, the gigantic ''[[http://bobadventures.comicgenesis.com/d/20091031.html Halloween Monster]]''always shows up for a cameo in the strip nearest to Halloween. His appearance changes subtly with each reappearance, and he does occasionally show up out of season.
* ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'' took this to the extreme with the annual "Schlocktoberfest", in which the storyline filling the month of October always took a dark theme, sometimes associated with classic horror movies. Howard discontinued Schlocktoberfest after the arc about Tagon's 49th birthday.
* [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=39 This]] issue of ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' has the main characters talking about Halloween episodes of webcomics.
* For Halloween 2008, nudist webcomic ''Webcomic/TheBarePit'' featured three spooky stories told around a campfire, although the cartoonist admits that Australians don't celebrate Halloween the way Americans do.
* ''Webcomic/AngstTechnology'' often had the team attending an office Hallowe'en Party. ''Webcomic/InkTank'' has continued the tradition.
* ''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge'' had one every year. The first two were general costumes (with someone dressing as the Pink {{Power Ranger|s}} as a RunningGag) Starting with 2002 (and barring 2004), each year had a theme to the costumes.
** 2002: Super Heroes
** 2003: ''Franchise/FinalFantasy''
** 2005: Video Games (Mostly Creator/{{Nintendo}}, but some Creator/{{Sega}} [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog too]])
** 2006: Anime (also set in the hand-drawn universe)
* ''Webcomic/{{Newman}}'' has a halloween episode (Season 1, EP 18) where the main characters are dressed up at a Halloween party in the drow kingdom. This episode does, however, tie into the main story.
* ''Webcomic/NicktoonsTales'' has the [[DarkerAndEdgier dark]] ''Nicktoons Tales of Terror'' episode. It has the main trio (A.D.S., Timmy, and ZIM) tell scary stories ala Simpsons' Treehouse Of Horror format.
* Webcomic/TheBugPond had a very short one where the insects at said pond celebrate a holiday called Hallow-Bean, where they dress up as common predators of bugs. With exception of one kid who went as a scorpion princess.
* ''Webcomic/SweetBroAndHellaJeff'' has [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/sweetbroandhellajeff/?cid=023.jpg one]]. True to [[StylisticSuck tradition]], it was written and published on ''[[DelayedReaction Christmas Day 2010]]''. [[spoiler:It later received a CallBack in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' when [[TeamMom Kanaya]] [[OurVampiresAreDifferent "died"]]. [[DudeNotFunny Not everyone thought this was appropriate.]]]]
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' got one after the GrandFinale through the official ''Website/MSPaintAdventures'' Snapchat. This shows not only the surviving characters partaking in Halloween celebrations [[spoiler: but also [[BigBad Caliborn]], [[MonsterClown Gamzee]], the citizens of Earth-C dressing up as the comic's other characters for the holiday.]]
* The ''Webcomic/{{Keiki}}'' comic "Beefer Madness" became a Halloween special about halfway through, because Peter Paltridge didn't have time to write a whole new story.
* ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}'' had the title character hunt a zombie in "Franken-Berry", and later, pull some frightening pranks on her rival in "Let's Scare Mary Roach To Death".
* ''Webcomic/TheWhiteboard'' almost always has a Halloween-related story around October. Mostly it's just parties where {{Cameo}}s from other webcomics abound, but on occasion it's a full story arc, like with the 2010 and 2012 ZombieApocalypse story arcs.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Roommates}}'' (MegaCrossover FanWebcomic) the Halloween arc is traditionally the highlight of the year. Be it a Costume Party that gets derailed into a MurderMystery (2008) or a ZombieApocalypse (2011).
* An ''Webcomic/EarsForElves'' filler page for Halloween [[http://www.earsforelves.com/archives/321 here]] has drawings of the artist and site maintainer dressing up. Well, more like one getting into the festive spirit and the other wondering what the point is...
* ''Webcomic/BittersweetCandyBowl'' has [[http://www.bittersweetcandybowl.com/c60/p1.html Mischief Night]]. Paulo dressed up as [[Literature/{{Twilight}} Edward]] for his girlfriend, Jasmine as an undead Geisha, Mike as [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]], and Lucy as Lieselotte, an expy of Lucy from a RP on the forums.
* The first Nightmare Night story arc in ''Blog/SliceOfLife'', which starts off with costume planning, arcs through Pinkie Pie taking a bunch of kids out for candy, the telling of not-so-scary stories, and ending with the Cake Twins sneaking off to visit a Haunted House.
* ''Webcomic/TypicalStrange'' does a Halloween Issue every October.
* ''Webcomic/{{Savestate}}'': Starting [[http://www.savestatecomic.com/2015/09/graveyard-shift/ here]] and running for the next 5 strips. It's kicked off by Nicole suggesting that Harvey get a job at the local haunted house.
* Chapter 5 of ''Webcomic/CobwebAndStripes'' brings Betelgeuse into the living realm to spend Halloween with Lydia, enabling her to escape being at home for another of Delia's terrible parties.

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* Every year, the main characters from ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' (plus others, such as Marshie, Stinkoman, or The Goblin) get dressed up in costumes and do stuff. They are often dressed up as some obscure pop culture icon from the '70s, 80's, or 90's, although we will occasionally be relieved of guessing too hard with some costumes such as Tingle, HelloKitty, ''Film/{{Beetlejuice}}'', [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Zoidberg]], or [[StreetFighter M. Bison]]. The events are different each year, though there are a few traditions, such as an appearance from The Goblin, Coach Z going as a hip-hop artist, an Easter Egg involving Homsar and activated by clicking on or near the Poopsmith, the "Witch's Brew" catchphrase, or Marzipan cross-dressing (Lampshaded when Homestar said that Marzipan going as a guy every year was starting to freak him out):
** In the 2000 cartoon "Homestarloween Party", everyone gets together at Homestar's Halloween party to tell a round-robin scary story that quickly goes off the rails.
** In the 2001 cartoon "The House that Gave Sucky Treats", Homestar and friends go trick-or-treating... at ''your'' house! Viewers got to give the characters candy in an interactive game, with a number of amusing responses to treats both fitting and [[IGotARock unfitting]].
** In the 2002 cartoon "Pumpkin Carve-nival", Homestar organizes a pumpkin-carving contest, and [[ThePointsMeanNothing ranks the other characters' pumpkins in a seemingly random fashion]]. Then it turns out [[spoiler: "Homestar" is really Strong Bad in disguise, and what appeared to be Strong Bad was actually the Goblin from "Homestarloween Party".]]
** The 2003 cartoon "3 Times Halloween Funjob" had [[FourLinesAllWaiting a series of separate, simultaneous plots that all come together at the end]]: Marzipan and Strong Sad host a seance to contact the ghost of a dead houseplant, Strong Bad and his posse throw eggs and toilet paper at places and people (with the King of Town desperately trying to invite himself along), while Homestar goes trick-or-treating with Pom Pom, Bubs, and Coach Z.
** In the 2004 cartoon "Halloween Fairstival", Strong Bad tries to help the Cheat cure a case of the hiccups at the eponymous Halloween event, which features Coach Z's "haunted locker room", Bubs' [[StockShticks cliche-ridden comedy act]], and Marzipan's "Chorus of Autumnal Vegetables".
** 2005 saw the release of another interactive cartoon, "Halloween Potion-Ma-Jig", where the audience had to help Homestar find ingredients for a potion recipe, with one of five different endings as a result.
** In the 2006 cartoon "Happy Hallow-Day", Homestar and friends try to figure out why it's still daylight out on Halloween night.
** In the 2007 cartoon "Jibblies 2", the Horrible Painting in Strong Mad's closet escapes and terrorizes the citizens of Free Country USA into getting "the jibblies".
** In the 2008 cartoon "Most in the Graveyard", Homestar and friends explore the old cemetery behind the King of Town's castle and run afoul of a carnivorous undead sheep.
** In the 2009 cartoon "Doomy Tales of the Macabre" Strong Sad, angry about not getting invited to his friends' Halloween party, writes a story in which the others suffer all sorts of weird karmic punishments.
** In 2010, the creators of ''Homestar Runner'' put off the Halloween special until ''[[ScheduleSlip December]]''. As a result, everyone dressed as either characters from Christma--er, [[YouMeanXmas Decemberween]] specials, or as Decemberween decorations.
** In the 2014 cartoon "I Killed Pom Pom!", Homestar goes into a panic when he believes he's murdered Pom Pom, and desperately tries to cover up his "crime".
** In the 2015 cartoon "The House that Gave Sucky Tricks", Strong Bad brainstorms all sorts of bizarre and [[FauxHorrific not-really-that-scary]] ideas for his own haunted house attraction.
** The 2016 cartoon "Later That Night..." mainly focuses on the post-cartoon Halloween round-up, with only a few glimpses of the [[NoodleIncident "hilarious Halloween adventure"]] Homestar and friends had, which includes trick-or-treating at the "home" of [[CrazyHomelessPeople Senor Cardgage]], ghost-hunting with Strong Bad thinly-disguised as a character he made up, a creepy Marshie the Marshmallow mascot offering them free samples of "Pumpkin-Spice-Latte-Flavored-Banana-Bread Malloweens", and "the delightful wedding of the Goblin and the Jibblies painting".
** The 2017 cartoon "Haunted Photo Booth" featured a ghostly grinning face appearing in the pictures taken in a photo booth at Marzipan's Halloween party, and Strong Bad struggling to make the ghost appear in his pictures.
* ''WebAnimation/CampCamp'' has "Night of the Living Ill", though since the show takes place on a summer camp, it doesn't actually take place on Halloween. A ZombieApocalypse-esque flu breaks out and the healthy campers have to find medicine in the laboratory on Spooky Island before they're all infected. [[spoiler:Also features an appearance by the island's resident ghost Jasper.]]

[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' does an annual Halloween double feature in which he rips apart horror-themed video games:
** 2006: The Nerd takes on the [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames sucky licensed games]] of ''VideoGame/FridayThe13th'' and ''[[Videogame/ANightmareOnElmStreetNES A Nightmare on Elm Street]]'' and fights both Jason and Freddy.
** 2007: The Nerd gets menaced by evil hillbillies and a mad slasher as he plays the games of ''Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre'' and ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}''.
** 2008: The Nerd covers the classics by snarking about some bad {{Dracula}} games, then decides to play god and creates a [[FrankensteinsMonster Franken-Nerd]] to play bad games in his place. [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters It doesn't end well]].
** 2009: The Nerd does a marathon of the classic ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' games.
** 2010: The Nerd revisited the most horrifying game he had ever reviewed; DrJekylAndMrHyde.
** 2011: The Nerd reviews ''Dark Castle'' for ''Sega Genesis'' and ''CD-i''.
** 2012: The Nerd reviews ''VideoGame/GhostsNGoblins'' for NES.
** 2013: The Nerd reviews ''[[Film/{{Alien 3}} Alien³]]'' for NES.
** 2014: The Nerd reviews ''Film/BeetleJuice'' for NES.
** 2015: The Nerd reviews ''Film/TheCrow'' for Sega Saturn.
** 2016: The Nerd reviews a bunch of ''[[Literature/TheBerenstainBears Berenstain Bears]]'' games.
** 2017: The Nerd decides to take a play test of the long-lost game ''Videogame/{{Polybius}}'' and chronicles his reaction to the game and the aftermath in a series of videos.
*** James also does a Monster Madness month over on Cinemassacre, where he'll review monster and horror movies. (The 2011 run, for example, does the Universal ''Frankenstein, Nightmare on Elm Street'' and the ''Halloween'' series.)
*** James also did one on "WebVideo/YouKnowWhatsBullshit?" about vampires and their WeakSauceWeakness.
*** In his ''JamesAndMikeMondays'' series, James and Mike played various horror themed games.
** 2014:
** ''VideoGame/SuperCastlevaniaIV''
** ''Super Ghouls n' Ghosts''
** ''Chiller'' on NES (Bonus Video)
** ''Nosferatu'' on SNES (Bonus Video)
** 2015:
** ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}}'' 2 and 3
** ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaBloodlines''
** ''VideoGame/ZombiesAteMyNeighbors''
** 2016:
** ''VideoGame/AmnesiaTheDarkDescent''
** ''VideoGame/LayersOfFear''
** ''VideoGame/AmongTheSleep''
** ''VideoGame/{{Outlast}}''
** 2017:
** ''Castlevania: Overflow Darkness'' ([[GameMod Rom Hack]] of [[VideoGame/{{CastlevaniaI}} Castlevania]])
** ''VideoGame/HauntingStarringPolterguy''
** ''VideoGame/FridayThe13th'' (2017) (Bonus)
** ''Splatterhouse Wanpaku Graffiti ''
** ''Ghost House'' on UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem.
** ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaIISimonsQuest''
*** In 2015, the spinoff series ''WebVideo/BoardJames'' got ''13 Dead End Drive''.
* Blog/AnimatedCritic celebrates Halloween every year with a marathon that last all October called Toon-O-Ween.
** 2015: Evan reviewed Princess Butterfly (WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst), Scaredy Pants (WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants), Luna Eclipsed (WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic), Speed Demon (WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls) and planned a review of Manga/TokyoGhoul that never materialized.
** 2016: Evan plans to review Horror Club (WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse), Shanghaied (WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants), Soos and the Real Girl (WesternAnimation/GravityFalls), an episode of WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog and an episode of Anime/{{Pokemon}}
* ''WebVideo/TheAnnoyingOrange'' has at least one Halloween video every year:
** 2009: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKpFS9GsInk Plumpkin]]''
** 2010: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud4YnLT1vWk Frankenfruit]]'' and ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unRWisa-mh8 Annoying Orange: Frankenfruit OUTTAKES]]''
** 2011: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzktFRi27Mg Chiller (with free MP3!!!)]]''
* ''WebAnimation/TheDamnFew'' has had one. Most of it's Gunny ragging on Rhino for not wearing a costume, and Rhino expressing his [[TheGrinch Grinch]]-like attitude towards every holiday that isn't Fourth of July.
* ''WebVideo/{{Fred}}'' has had a few.
** 2006: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DL7zP7Da1o Fred on Halloween]]'' (the first ''Fred'' video)
** 2007: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJF7R2uFKW8 Fred on Halloween 2]]''
** 2010: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyzN2AHcKek The Babysitter's a Vampire]]''
* ''WebVideo/TheIrateGamer'' also has annual Halloween episodes:
** 2007: After a ColdOpening involving TheDevil and [[EvilTwin the Evil Gamer]], the Irate Gamer, dressed as a Franchise/{{Ghostbuster|s}}, reviews ''VideoGame/ZombiesAteMyNeighbors'', while pausing occasionally to talk to a Jewish skeleton after noting that there are no skeleton enemies in the game. At the end, he throws the game into his ghost trap, gets one last call from the skeleton, and leaves. The Evil Gamer then [[HostileShowTakeover takes over the show]], but ends up talking to the skeleton as well.
** 2008: Another cold opening shows the Evil Gamer plotting another HostileShowTakeover from within his "[[SuperVillainLair Castle of Evil]]", coming up with a plan to kill the Irate Gamer with ''VideoGame/MonsterParty''. The Irate Gamer himself, meanwhile, is not invited to the biggest Halloween party in town, leaving him stuck at home getting unwanted visitors. He decides to vent his frustration by reviewing bad games, and finds that a ''Monster Party'' cartridge has mysteriously appeared on his occult shelf. While he reviews the game, characters from previous episodes show up, and the Irate Gamer gets more unwanted visitors. Eventually, the Irate Gamer beats the game, unleashing the devil. The devil wants to take over the world, but gets distracted by a Anime/{{Voltron}} figure while trying to kill the IG, and both of them go to drink apple juice at a bar, despite protests from the Evil Gamer.
* ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic'' has an annual Halloween related video/review:
** 2007: The Top 11 Scariest Nostalgic Moments
** 2008: The Critic vs. Toys/TeddyRuxpin
** 2009: ''Film/{{Casper}}''
** In 2010 he began a tradition dedicating all of October to Halloween festivities: Nostalgiaween. The intro: Jason Voorhees decapitating the kids from Peanuts
*** ''[[Film/ErnestPWorrell Ernest Scared Stupid]]''
*** Top 11 Scariest Performances
*** ''Film/{{It|1990}}''
*** ''Film/{{Leprechaun}}'' with WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob.
** 2011
*** Intro parodying ''Series/TheXFiles''
*** ''Literature/TheTommyknockers''
*** ''Film/TheHaunting1999''
*** ''Film/BookOfShadowsBlairWitch2''
*** ''Film/ExorcistIITheHeretic''
** 2013: Intro: WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas
*** [[Creator/StephenKing Stephen King's]] remake of The Shining.
*** An editorial asking why zombies are so popular.
*** ''Film/{{Sharknado}}'' with The Cinema Snob.
*** An editorial regarding whether we should scare our kids.
*** ''Film/{{Devil}}''
** 2014: ''[[Film/Halloween1978 Halloween]]''
*** ''Film/MaximumOverdrive''
*** A top eleven list about new Halloween classics.
*** ''Film/TheMonsterSquad''
*** An editorial about ''[[Film/SleepyHollow Sleepy Hollow]]''.
** 2015: Intro: ''Series/{{Goosebumps}}''
*** ''Film/EventHorizon''
*** An editiorial about if film makers should stop making movies in the found footage style.
*** ''Film/ChildrenOfTheCorn1984''
*** Top 11 Halloween Guilty Pleasures.
*** ''Film/HocusPocus''
** 2016: ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''
*** An editorial: Is ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' really great?
*** ''Literature/{{Dreamcatcher}}''
*** The top 11 ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episodes
*** ''Film/FreddyVsJason''
** 2017: Intro ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' ''[[WesternAnimation/TreeHouseOfHorror Treehouse of Horror]]''
*** ''ScaryGodmother''
*** ''Film/It2017''
*** ''Film/Halloween2007''
*** ''Film/TheMummy1999''
*** ''Film/TheMummy2017'' with WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd
* ''WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows'' had a yearly tradition of doing a special Halloween episode of his series One Hit Wonderland on a song tangentially related to spooky themes, in episodes entitled "One Hit Wonderland Spook-tacular"s. He broke the tradition once in 2015, simply not being able to come up with a song and instead doing one of his standard Pop Song Reviews for Halloween that year. He announced in his 2017 episode that it would be his last Spook-tacular, as he was pretty much all out of ideas and had already been scraping the barrel in previous years. His Halloween episodes are as follows:
** ''"[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dc2hEVqPuFw Monster Mash]]"'' by Bobby "Boris" Pickett, 2012
** ''"[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtMCLQ7vIUc Somebody's Watching Me]]"'' by Rockwell, 2013
** ''"[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vebZRbZVtYU Maniac]]"'' by Michael Sembello, 2014
** ''"[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmQiJZlmPKk Uma Thurman]]"'' by Music/FallOutBoy (pop song review as opposed to One Hit Wonderland), 2015
** ''"[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNZ6PS8TnJc One Tin Soldier]]"'' by Coven, 2016
** ''"[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPlOd2MQuXI Fire]]"'' by The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, 2017
* ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'' also has Halloween-themed reviews. For the first few years, Linkara reviewed bad ''ComicBook/SilentHill'' comics. He's also looked at DarkHorse's comics inspired by [[Creator/JohnCarpenter John Carpenter's]] ''[[Film/TheThing1982 The Thing]]'', and then ''[[Film/ANightmareonElmStreet1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street]]'' He also does quickie reviews of horror comics as [[HorrorHost Moarte]] for an annual series called "Longbox of the Damned".
* ''WebVideo/RhettAndLink'', who are Christians, have no trouble celebrating Halloween, seeing as most of the demonic observations have faded. They wrote [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x77x1y_trick-or-treat-song_fun Trick-or-Treat song]] and even made a podcast that compares Halloween to the "Harvest Season."
* ''Literature/TrintonChronicles'' had a whole arc dedicated to the Halloween season in late 2007; it featured a vampire who sucked on powers (as opposed to blood) who went around turning people into ghouls after sufficiently draining them of their powers and [[CastFromHitPoints life force]]. He was brought down in dramatic flare and fashion by having an [[ShockAndAwe electrified sword]] driven into his chest where he promptly exploded [[DishingOutDirt into sand]]. At the end of the story a huge fireworks display is shown over the city with a good old fashion Happy Halloween scrawled in the sky.
* The ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'' had a big Halloween spectacular for the fall of 2006 (Whateley time), when everyone dressed in fun costumes (Phase ''hated'' his)... and the campus was attacked by cyborgs, robots, and dropships full of Syndicate badguys. It ended up taking three full stories to wrap it up. {{Fanon}} has speculated on what might happen at Halloween 2007.
* ''WebVideo/CodeMENT'' gave us [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Drj8MlixOUQ "Halloween Rules"]] which was more about Lelouch teaching Suzaku all about Halloween.
* ''WebVideo/StuffYouLike'' had "5 Ridiculously Entertaining Things About ''Film/{{Underworld}}''" for their first Halloween episode, complete with BlackCloak and EvilLaughter.
* [[Roleplay/EquestriaChronicles In the middle of a civil war, ponies throw a Nightmare Night party.]]
* WebVideo/LoadingReadyRun's ''WebVideo/CommodoreHustle'' had a Halloween episode in the form of "Roll For Treats", where Kathleen bemoans being too old to trick or treat and the crew play ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''. Features Kathleen in a dirndl skirt (which Matt persists in calling a "beer girl" costume) and Tally trick-or-treating as a BedsheetGhost to hide her age.
* WebVideo/EatYourKimchi: What happens when Simon and Martina get lost in the woods on Halloween?
* ''Roleplay/JourneyThroughTheMultiverse'' had a Halloween episode using the FandomSpecificPlot of Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer's Halloween Episode, in which the characters become their costumes in Buffy's World.
* {{WebVideo/Sillypplproductions2}} has one made in 2012; Surge gives everyone masks, and they all go trick-or-treating. {{Subverted}} in that [[spoiler:it's not actually Halloween; Surge messed up Hero Factory's calendar, somehow.]]
* ''Halloween'' by WebVideo/MatthewSantoro. [[spoiler: It ends with Matthew doing a ScreamerPrank to the audience, and then the words "Happy Halloween" show up on the screen. The video then goes to TheStinger.]] ''20 Haunting Halloween Facts'', also by WebVideo/MatthewSantoro, has 20 facts about Halloween.
* ''Advertising/WillItBlend'' had two episodes, "Skeleton" and "Tom's Hand".
* Every year since 2010, ''WebVideo/StuartAshen'' has uploaded a Halloween video that does quick reviews of Halloween-themed merchandise from British retailer Poundland. The first was 2010's "Obligatory Halloween Themed Video". In 2011 he broke tradition by actually doing a video on ghost hunting. 2012 included a showcase of several horror-themed B-movies. In 2014 he did two Halloween videos, one for toys and decorations and then another just for Halloween candy.
* ''WebVideo/IsItAGoodIdeaToMicrowaveThis'' has done a few Halloween themed experiments. The first was "Jack O-Lantern with Ping Pong Balls". Then there was "iPals Monster" and "Dry Ice Bomb". After the main series ended there was the special "Eyeballs".
* ''WebVideo/TheBenHeckShow has annual Halloween episodes, but notably, the 2011 episode served as a thinly-veiled pilot for the Pinball/AmericasMostHaunted pinball.
* ''WebVideo/TheHappyVideoGameNerd'': Much like the Angry Nerd, Derek likes to review horror-themed games in late October, as well as in May under the same logic as Christmas in July.
* ''WebVideo/TheWonkyAngle'': His [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LERjer-9NDA review]] of Music/{{Burial}}'s ''"Untrue"'' (and also self-titled, kind of), complete with dark then orange-ish lighting and [[WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows Halloween costume]]. He also hinted in the video at possibly reviewing Monolake's ''"Ghosts"'' for 2017.
** He did not, instead doing this year's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsUrtBMK58E video]] on Scandroid's ''"Monochrome"'', because... it had a cover of [[Music/MichaelJackson Thriller]]. He also reprised the costume and implied it would be a holiday tradition.