It's never too early to go goth. Pretty soon you'll be like, "Honey, it's August. Why are you wearing your Halloween costume?" And she'll be like, "What costume?" And before you know it, she'll be smoking cloves and listening to Skinny Puppy.
Rumor has it that Disney's developing a Hocus Pocus remake, and we're fine with that as long as they cast Bette Midler to play Winifred again. Anything else would be sacrilege. How proud would you be if your daughter was a different Bette Midler character every Halloween? Next year: CC Bloom from Beaches.
"My name is Alyssa Edwards, and this... *tongue pop* ...is Alyssa's Halloween costume." This girl is giving us RuPaul's Drag Race realness, and it is sickening (in a good way). If any kid, girl or boy, wants to dress as a Drag Race queen for Halloween, the only appropriate response is, "Yes, gawd!"
There are gonna be hundreds of thousands of women and girls dressed as Wonder Woman this year, and we're here for it. There's no upper limit to how many Wonder Women we wanna see trick-or-treating. F--- originality; this costume is fire.
This little Miyazaki fan wanted to be No-Face from Spirited Away, and, boy, were her day care classmates unprepared to deal with that. The photo on the left, but the photo on the right is art. Her casual indifference to her peers' terror is the definition of Halloween.
We thought we were sick of Batman costumes. Ever since 1989, Batman and Batman-related costumes have been oversaturated to the point of nausea. We thought we'd had it. But then we saw this awesome little Batgirl wearing a tutu and riding and skateboard, and we're right back in.
The second season of Stranger Things premieres on Oct. 27, so it'll be top of mind on Halloween. Plus, everyone's been so thirsty for new Stranger Things content since last summer that you could do a lot worse than dressing your kid up as the best character from the show.
If you didn't like the 2016 Ghostbusters, you're 100 percent a misogynist. Kate McKinnon as Jillian Holtzmann is better than all four original Ghostbusters put together. If you don't make your daughter dress as Holtzmann for Halloween, you're a bad parent.
Is there something in the alchemy of pairing two X chromosomes that causes an all-consuming love of Audrey Hepburn? We should issue Breakfast at Tiffany's movie posters to every American girl at birth. They'll want them eventually.
Is she supposed to be Reverend Run, Darryl McDaniels or the late Jam Master Jay (R.I.P. in peace)? The answer: yes. Run-D.M.C. isn't a person; it's a persona. You can make it your own. And this little girl is doing it perfectly.
This little told her parents she wanted to dress for Halloween as the worst kind of person in the world. "We know just the costume," her parents said. And that's why she's dressed as a UPS delivery person.
No, not Spider-Woman. Not Spider-Girl. Spider-Man. This little girl understands that gender is just a social construct, and she can go beyond the binary for her Halloween costume if she likes. Why is a 4-year-old more woke than you?