Now that the imported holiday of Halloween on October 31 is becoming more popular than Spain's own All Saints' Day on November 1, Madrid goes a bit crazier every year trying to outdo itself celebrating All Hallows' Eve. Kids are running door to door shouting 'Trick or Treat!' in pure American style. Costumes and fancy dress are another way besides liquid courage to be more bold at parties, and to get into clubs for free, in some cases. Theme parties are happening in luxury restaurants as well as dive bars. No one's getting a pass on celebrating this fright night, so here are some suggestions as to how you can have a wickedly good Halloween.
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Horror films, costume parties, special meals... ideas for having a spooky good time on Halloween and All Saints' Day in Madrid
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