With October 31st just around the corner and varying levels of restrictions around New Zealand, we’re bringing you the best ways to get your fix of ghoulish tricks, treats and eats (all in a socially distanced manner of course!).
Dirty Little Secret’s Mad Hatters Tea Party
Saturday 30th / Sunday 31st October
Wellington rooftop haunt, Dirty Little Secret, is set to transform into another dimension with the Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatters Tea Party this Halloween.
Scare yourself out of the house and soak up some springtime weather with a rooftop rendezvous, offering themed cocktails and prizes for best dressed as you take a dive down the rabbit hole. Bookings essential.
61 Days of Halloween
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for horror, thriller and supernatural streaming service, Shudder. Your home of Halloween has locked down the ultimate line-up of original and exclusive films and TV shows available to stream.
Suki Waterhouse stars in Seance, while new original docu-series Behind the Monsters takes a deep dive on cinematic horror icons, including Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers and Chucky, among other new releases to keep you entertained and give you your share of scares, no matter the restriction level.
Spooky Cobweb Brownies
Bake your treats with a trick this Halloween with Lodge Cast Iron’s newest bakeware range hitting New Zealand soil just in time for the spooky season.
From baking, pie, pizza or loaf pans, you’ll find a dish for almost any desired potion or spell.
Adding a spooky twist to any at-home celebrations or picnic-ing plans, Alex Haslop (@alexskitchenstory) has created the ultimate Halloween-inspired treat, Cobweb Brownies, sure to lift the spirits. For the perfect companion, use the Lodge Cast Iron Loaf Pan, a true kitchen staple sure to last generations.