6 reasons to stay in this Halloween

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Halloween is almost here, and if you're not the kind of person who packed their weekend with haunted house visits, or has spent weeks planning the perfect costume, you might just be swayed to stay in on All Hallow's Eve.

And we might just support you.

If you think about it -- parties are fun, but there's a lot of fun to be had a home, too! So go on, be a homebody this Halloween. Grab a great glass of wine, pop in a scary movie, and get your spook on without dealing with any creepy clowns running around.

Below, 6 reasons we think you ought to spend Halloween at home!

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6 reasons to stay in on Halloween
To watch Hocus Pocus

Is there any better reason to stay in than to watch Hocus Pocus? Favorite. Movie. Ever. It's truly Bette, SJP and Kathy at their best. 

To make pumpkin doughnuts
This recipe is so mouth-watering, you'll need to make them immediately. Just try to snap a photo before you devour them!
To enjoy a great bottle of wine
Open this bottle of SIMI’s 2013 Alexander Valley Landslide Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, and you'll have the best night in ever -- handing out candy to kids, watching a movie, and just relaxing with a great bottle of red.
To scare your pants off
In the mood to be terrified, but don't feel like dealing with scary, clown-faced people in the flesh? The Blair Witch Project is a classic -- and that witch will scare you way more than your neighborhood clowns.
To make these adorable treats
What's better than candy corn? Rice Krispie Treat Candy Corns, duh! Watch the recipe here
Because it's SCARY OUT THERE.
These are the creepiest ghost stories in each of the 50 states. Read if you dare. 
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