Recycled from last year: Halloween style reminders.
Halloween is always capitalized. (It's short for All Hallow Even, or All Hallows Eve, and is sometimes written Hallowe'en. But not in newspapers.)
Trick or treat is the noun. It's hyphenated for the verb and trick-or-treater.
Jack-o'-lantern has an apostrophe after the O. Note the two hyphens.
Don't forget: Frankenstein was the doctor, not the monster.
Bats are mammals, not rodents.
There will be a full moon Wednesday (Oct. 27). That's not Halloween.
Lowercase devil, but capitalize Satan and Lucifer.
Now, is it candy apples or candied apples? I like candied, but I think candy is winning out over time. It's definitely candy corn.
And waxed lips means something entirely different from wax lips.