Most movie buffs know sequels are rarely as good as the original. Life can be like that, too.
Doug and I went to a Halloween costume party at the neighbors' house on Oct. 18, and we had a blast. That was our "first" Halloween for 2013.
The sequel was released on Oct. 31: "Halloween 2: The Trick or Treating." Unfortunately, it was a real disappointment, more of a trick than a treat. Kind of like "The Land Before Time 13," "A Good Day to Die Hard," "Look Who's Talking Too," and "Taken 3."
This was our first Halloween in our new home, so we didn't know what to expect. Lots of trick-or-treaters? A small turnout? Any...