Anyway, a mood table is something you can come to whenever you need to lift your Halloween spirit. Even though I have a Halloween mood room, I was still moved to create one. The sole requisite is a table. The rest is up to you. It can be quaint; it can be epic; it can be themed (clowns, werewolves, candy, etc.); it can be anything! Most importantly, your mood table should represent YOU. Whatever makes your horror heart quiver. Do hearts quiver? Beat. Whatever makes your horror heart beat.
Without further ado, here is my 2015 Halloween mood table.
Click to see it slightly larger. The figures across the top are Hedorah (The Smog Monster, yo) and The Gillman. The VHS tapes are Shadow Creature, The Regenerated Man and Winterbeast. I could have chosen a Halloween sequel, but what can I say? I live for obscure b-movies!
Frankenberry head alert! Also, a big box VHS to the left and a scale replica of the house from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Freddy and Jason are in town for a BBQ). To the right, you will see a partially obstructed graphic novel. It's a collection of Marvel's horror anthologies. I have cool stuff.