My own personal ultimate, ideal Halloween involves spending a month making a pop culture-related costume esoteric enough no one will get, and then spending the whole night feeling bitter and smug when indeed, it goes unappreciated. That’s my tradition and it has served me well. But I hear that there are people out there who seem to think a good Halloween is about scaring the bejeezus out of themselves and others. If you’re one of those people, have I got the plans for you. Maybe you’ve been to a good haunted house or torture maze or any manner of scary event. But have you ever hid out from zombies in the home of a bunch of cannibalistic survivalists? No? THEN YOU HAVE NEVER TRULY PARTIED.
This Halloween, in conjunction with Atlanta’s Walker Stalker Con, the actual Terminus building will be the backdrop to the zombiest party around, presumably a place where those who arrive PARTY. If you like zombie music and bobbing for legs, this one’s for you.
With two stages of undead music, DJ’s mixing your dance tunes on a massive dance floor, a $5000 costume contest, appearances by cast members of the show and our very own Bob-A-Que, Terror at Terminus will be the place to be this Halloween. This is your only chance to visit this historic site, see some of the most iconic sets from the show and enjoy one hell of a Halloween party in the process.
Personally, I’ll pass on that Bob-A-Que.
The question here is, when it comes to your party plans, are you the butcher or are you the cattle? (I don’t actually know what that means in this context, but I still feel like it needs to be asked. I think the cattle probably gets their house TP’d.)