There's a lot to do in town this week to rev up for Halloween. You can take in a haunted house, a museum feature or a special movie showing.

Investigate Haunted Houses and Events

Nightmare On 19th Street at the Lonestar Events Center. Nightmare On 19th Street has received another terrifying upgrade. There are four different attractions this year, including Blood Moon Manor and Clowntown 3D.

Halls of Horror Haunted House at The Trader's Market. A chilling haunted house located at the abandoned Trader’s Market, this is sure to be terrifying with over 20,000 square feet of terror.

The Corn Maize at At'l Do Farms. This one includes a Hayride to Pumpkin Hollow after Dark, Cow Train, Corn Cannon, Barnyard and the beloved corn maze.

Unique Events

In The Blood: The War Between Vampires and Werewolves at Museum of Texas Tech. The Museum of Texas Tech in uncovering what lies under the cover of darkness and how popular culture has re-invented the vampire and werewolf through film, television, comics and pop novels. It kicks off Sunday, Oct. 30.

Special Movie Features

Cinemark is showing John Carpenter's Halloween for one day only Saturday, October 29th at Tinseltown and Movie 16.