The hor­ror, the hor­ror

South Flor­ida’s top 10 Hal­loween events

Sun Sentinel Broward Edition - Showtime - Broward - - FRONT PAGE - By Phillip Valys SOUTHFLORIDA.COM

Will you go as Won­der Bread Woman? Per­haps as a De­mogor­gon from “Stranger Things” or as Thanos from ”Avengers: In­fin­ity War”? Or will this be the year you dress up as Crazy Cat Lady, wear­ing a leop­ard-print dress with a dozen kit­tens cling­ing on for dear life?

Why not all the above? Hal­loween in South Flor­ida is an em­bar­rass­ment of cos­tume con­tests and zom­bie walks, mon­ster crawls and haunted houses, mu­sic bashes and other oc­ca­sions for home­grown ter­ror.

From Night of 1,000 Chers in Fort Laud­erdale to Fright Nights in West Palm Beach, we count 10 ways South Flor­ida is get­ting its freak on in Oc­to­ber.

Enigma Haunt

where a ticket in­cludes five drinks at five bars, in­clud­ing Pawn Shop, Banko Cantina and Grease Burger Bar. Stick around for the cos­tume con­test af­ter­ward.

Wicked Manors

6-11 p.m. Wed­nes­day, Oct. 31 along Wilton Drive in Wilton Manors; free; 954-463-9005 or WickedManors.org

You may have trou­ble count­ing the num­ber of revel­ers sug­ges­tively dressed as the Twister board game dur­ing Wilton Manors’ an­nual block party. Themed “Game Night,” this year’s night of over-the-top shenani­gans will span three stages be­tween North­east 21st Court and Five Points and will be em­ceed by drag en­ter­tainer Miss Misty Eyes. Cos­tume­con­test cat­e­gories in­clude “Best Sex Ap­peal,” “Best Group Ap­peal” and “Best Theme.” Our pre­dic­tion? The win­ner will be dressed as the Monopoly guy.

Hol­ly­weird Hal­loween 4

ENIGMA HAUNT/COUR­TESY

Enigma Haunt will fea­ture two floors of themed haunted houses.

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