Scary movies by candlelight are fun, but what's even funner is building a blanket fort and watching from inside. Blanket forts are a wintertime retreat, romantic, quiet, and warm.
This fort I constructed was on my recliner sofa. I put a sheet down on the sofa and then proceeded to build up around it with the blankets draped over things so I had a little watching nook. Since there was a table with cup holders on the right hand side inside the tent, I was able to have snacks and drinks there.
The more exciting ones are made with pillows and even twinkle lights or battery-operated candles.
There are some great movies for watching inside of blanket forts, but here's some I'd suggest if you want to do a marathon watching. Consider teaming them up with an ideal drink for you and your partner to watch the films -
"Biggies" theme: (Super-sized can Sapporo beer)
"Haunted" theme: (Kahlua and cream on ice)
"The Legend of Hell House"
"80s" theme: (Bartles and James coolers)
"Monsters" theme: (European beer)
"The Wolf Man"
"50s Scifi" theme: (martini)
"The Creature From the Black Lagoon"
"The Thing From Another World"
"Halloween Season" theme: (pumpkin ale or spiced cider)
"Trick R Treat"
"Witch" theme: (spiked punch)
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