Why I love Halloween Theme Pins!

By PinFascination

May 17, 2024

This story got frontpaged on May 21, 2024


31 days ago

I cannot fully explain why I am so drawn to Halloween-themed pinball machines, but I will try. Perhaps it's the nostalgia of growing up playing pinball machines in the adult section of dark arcade rooms, or maybe it's the thrill of playing in the dark itself. With their amazing soundtracks and spooky callouts, classic and more recent pins such as 'Halloween,' 'Freddy,' 'The Addams Family,' 'Elvira,' 'Dracula,' 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre,' and 'The Walking Dead' provide an adrenaline rush like no other. I'm always on the lookout for the latest Halloween-themed pinball machines. I've heard rumors that a 'Beetlejuice' pinball might be released soon, and I couldn't be more excited! I would love to see themes based on 'Child's Play,' 'Scream,' or 'The Nightmare Before Christmas.' I believe that now is one of the best times to be part of this community, with so many new titles being released. However, I will always have a special preference for Halloween or scary movie-themed pins, for sure!

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Comments

25 days ago

Beetlejuice Beetlejuice Beetlejuice OMG that would be crazy fun.. Sign me up for that pin.. It would says ... My Whole Life Is A Dark Room and the Banana Boat (Day-O) song would be sick.

23 days ago

I'm right there with you. I got to play a Halloween CE at Houston Arcade Expo last year and it was hard, but very fun. TPF had a homebrew Friday the 13th and Saw, very cool. Beetlejuice would be great! I'm holding out for a Phantasm pin. Killer silver ball, c'mon, think of the possibilities. I would think Spooky would be about this idea. The magnet used on TCM could work similarly with Reggie's tuning forks.

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