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Step into a realm where it’s Halloween every day, where the eerie and the extraordinary collide to create a spine-tingling experience like no other.

Welcome to Beetle House, the ultimate haunt for those who yearn for Halloween’s embrace long after the jack-o’-lanterns have dimmed and the Christmas carols have faded.

Nestled in the heart of the East Village, Beetle House beckons to the Halloween enthusiast in all of us. If you’ve ever felt that the gap between Thanksgiving and New Year’s doesn’t quite cater to your spooky cravings, prepare to be pleasantly surprised. This otherworldly establishment keeps the Halloween spirit alive 365 days a year.

What sets Beetle House apart from the ordinary? Well, it’s not just the cobwebs and eerie decor adorning its walls; it’s the tantalizing elixirs that flow like magic from the bar.

Picture yourself sipping on The Beetle’s Juice, a bewitching blend of tequila and cranberry, or perhaps Alice’s Cup O’Tea, a concoction of peach vodka, gin, tequila, rum, sour mix, Peach Schnapps, and Coca-Cola.

These libations are more than mere drinks; they’re liquid spells that transport you to a Burton-esque wonderland.

While the restaurant offers indoor dining, there’s also an enchanting outdoor setup. Here, you can revel in the Burton-inspired ambiance, making every visit feel like a personal journey through “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”

The brilliant minds behind Beetle House had a straightforward yet electrifying vision: to craft a space where Halloween aficionados, lovers of horror films, and devotees of Gothic dark music could converge.

It’s a place where you can embrace your inner oddity, where the peculiar is celebrated, and where you’re encouraged to be as freaky as your heart desires. And, let’s face it, who wouldn’t want to let their freak flag fly in a place like this?

Now, let’s talk about the tantalizing offerings that await on their menu. Prepare your taste buds for a frightfully delightful experience.

Sink your teeth into Boogie Man’s Braised Bacon, savor the spellbinding flavors of Chesire Mac & Cheese, indulge in the sinister delight of Frites & Frights, or dare to devour the Edward Burger Hands! And fret not, for there are delectable vegan options too, including the vegan Deetz No Meatz Burger.

So, if you find yourself craving a year-round Halloween adventure, Beetle House is your portal to a realm where every day is a frightful delight.

Join fellow kindred spirits as you dine, sip, and revel in the eerie ambiance that makes Beetle House a sanctuary for lovers of the macabre. Don’t just celebrate Halloween once a year—make every day a hauntingly good time at Beetle House!

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Beetlejuice 2 Begins Filming With Winona Ryder In Hertfordshire

After numerous articles speculating and revealing the new additions to the cast of Beetlejuice 2…we FINALLY have some set photos to show you!

On Thursday, Winona Ryder reenacted her recognisable Beetlejuice character Lydia Deetz while shooting the eagerly awaited sequel.


Credit: Beetlejuice by Warner Brothers

As excitement for the follow-up grows, the actress, 51, once more donned Lydia Deetz’ unmistakable spiked black hair while filming scenes in Hitchin, Hertfordshire while being driven in a Tesla. From set photos we can see the car had been set up with cameras to capture the actresses expressions as she arrives as the haunted location which looks fitting for any Bettlejuice movie. 

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Ryder was pictured featuring the character’s classic gothic pale white make-up, red lipstick and her hair in the iconic fringe. We can’t believe it’s been over 30 years since the original was first released and yet Ryder looks as iconic as ever!

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While we don’t know any of the details for the story of Beetlejuice 2 the cast is packed full of big names with some returning cast and some new names. Among the returning cast is Catherine O’Hara and the main man himself Michael Keaton who will reprise his role of Beetlejuice.

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Jenna Ortega, Justin Theroux, Willem Dafoe and Monica Belluci are the new names joining the cast and not much is know about their roles besides Ortega who is said to be playing Lydia Deetz daughter.


It’s definitely shaping up to be something special and we wish the film would come sooner. What about if we were to whisper Beetlejuice….Beetlejuice…..Beetlejuice…….!

Jenna Ortega, 20, Finally Addresses Rumour She’s Dating Johnny Depp, 60

In Beetlejuice 2, which will be directed by Tim Burton, a regular partner of Johnny Depp’s on eight films, Jenna Ortega is slated to make an appearance.

According to rumours, the 1988 classic’s sequel could feature a surprise appearance from the Pirates of the Caribbean star.

Because of this, some people have begun to speculate that Ortega and Depp are now an item.

However, the rumour has now been cleaned up by the Scream star.

In a now-deleted Instagram story, Ortega dismissed the relationship rumours, adding that she has never even met Depp.

“This is so ridiculous I can’t even laugh,” she said. “I have never met or worked with Johnny Depp in my life. Please stop spreading lies and leave us alone.”


Rumours about the pair began to swirl after gossip blog Deuxmoi posted that Depp and Ortega had been spotted together while working on Beetlejuice 2.

Along with Ortega, a representative for the Edward Scissorhands actor has also squashed the reports.

Speaking to NME, the rep said: “Mr Depp has no personal or professional relationship with Ms Ortega whatsoever. He has never met her or spoken to her.

“He is not involved in any project with her, nor does he intend to be. He is appalled by these baseless and malicious rumours that are intended to harm his reputation and career.”

So that’s put those rumours to bed.

It also seemingly dismisses the reports that Depp will appear in Beetlejuice 2, which is set to be released next year.

Watch some behind the scenes videos of filming below:

The actress has previously opened up about her experiences with ‘toxic’ and ‘manipulative’ trolls on social media and how she deals with them.

As part of Variety’s Actors on Actors series, Ortega told Maleficent actress Elle Fanning: “Social media, what it does to anyone our age, it’s such a comparing game.