Have you ever gone trick-or-treating and received a crappy substitute for candy in your treat bucket? It's time to set the record straight and make sure people only hand out the finest treats money can buy, for we trick-or-treaters put a lot of effort into our costumes and expect to be rewarded accordingly! And that's exactly what our new music video is all about! I'm proud to unveil to you all: Halloween Justice Squad!
Watch it in HD here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPCn_jnP9cc&hd=1
Hope you guys enjoyed it! We'll be posting a "behind the scenes" video and more soon, so keep an eye out for it. Huge thanks to my buddy Andre "BlackNerd" Meadows for doing this collaboration with me... we definitely had too much fun filming this. Also, big thanks to our actors Maxwell Glick, Elizabeth Mercer, Katie Wilson and Re for appearing in our music video and helping us out so much! We really couldn't have done it without you guys.
To all you trick-or-treaters out there, please let us know what you thought of the video! Also, what are the worst Halloween "treats" you've ever received while out trick-or-treating?
Again, let this be a lesson to those of you who dare to hand out bad treats come October 31st... the Halloween Justice Squad is watching you.
Durin on 10/28/2010 11:41 pm
Necco wafers are pretty much as bad as I've gotten, except for some weird "candy" who name I do not know that came in a nondescript orange or black paper wrapper, and was like taffy, out made with cow poop or something. Oh, and some lady handed out DIET Pepsi once. Never did see that happen again.
Kat on 10/29/2010 6:30 am
One time the guy across tghe street from me handed out miniature bags of chips. While I guess it was nice of him to do something like that, he works for the FritoLay company...so he was cheating.
My candy experiences are usually typical. Pamphlets from religious freaks that just say "REPENT SINNER!" across the front of it, fruit snacks, generic candies half-opened that just scream of razorblades in them, etc. Sometimes people around here give out pencils and other school supplies (I live in the ghetto). Once I got a pretty nice goodie bag from the lady on the street behind me that had cookies in it, but her neighbor gave me smarties.
I hate smarties so much.
The video was great; I love the song style and I'll be singing those lyrics all day.
Sebastian Kirchoff (Guest) on 10/29/2010 11:30 am
Wow, that video was awesome! I especially love the part where the woman hands out religious pamphlets, because I feel the same exact way about those kind of people.
The worst thing I have recieved while trick or treating was definitly a religious pamphlet, but candy wise, probably Mary Janes or any mints that you get at a restaurant for free.
The Nun Eater on 10/29/2010 2:34 pm
That was completely awesome. When I was a kid I would actually refuse to take their candy if it was something I wouldn't eat. My mom would always get pissed, smack me in the head and make me take the candy.
FxH_legato (Guest) on 10/29/2010 3:29 pm
HAHA that was epic!!! I want that scream at the end as a ringtone. But seriously, In my neighborhood if you handed out crappy candy or toothpaste or something lame. You could expect a brick through your front window.
Julio on 10/29/2010 3:38 pm
An orange. That's a standard when it comes to birthday parties in Mexico too: a bag of candies that seems to be shockfull of sugary awesomeness, only to find out that more than 50% of its contents are a goddamned orange and a fistful of peanuts.
Jaimas on 10/29/2010 5:25 pm
BEST TRICK-OR-TREAT ITEM EVER:
The last year I went trick-or-treating, I was 22 and escorting my neighbor's kids. At one house, the owner gave the kids candy, and gave me a 40-ounce bottle of Jack Daniels, with the simple statement "You look like you need this more than I do..." being the only explanation therefor.
WORST TRICK-OR-TREAT ITEM EVER:
A fistful of religious flyers I got from this one deranged old lady. Everything from how rock music to Halloween are damning our souls to an endless swirling in the devil's dark cauldron. I wouldn't mind this except that she was a sanctimonious jackass on top of this, and was really, really mean to some 3rd graders from the neighborhood. I specifically recall 2 friends of mine making off with her halloween lawn decorations later on that night.
dextire on 10/29/2010 5:27 pm
Fantastic video! Looks like you guys put a ton of work into it.
The worst thing I've ever received while trick-or-treating was a rubber-band. A broken rubber-band.
Protoclown on 10/29/2010 5:50 pm
Dude, Wayne and I just watched this. AWESOME.
Julio on 10/29/2010 8:27 pm
Oh, this is awesome indeed, Proto!
Shadowdancer21b on 10/29/2010 8:33 pm
Halloween is and always will be my favorite Christian holiday, but the pamphlet people have forgotten the roots of their own damned religion and should be slapped.
Misty (Guest) on 10/31/2010 2:05 am
A religious pamphlet. It had the standard "Halloween is the devils holiday!" pamphlet crap, in comic form no less. I never went back to that house again. Not that the porch light was ever lit again (I suspect the neighborhood association might've yelled at the lady for pushing her religious views on people unsolicited).
blood_panther on 10/31/2010 3:17 am
best halloween treat.
an entire bowl of choclate bars. last house of the night, a halloween party was going on inside, 2 guys open the door just wasted and argue over how much candy to give me. they both want to be the "cool" guy and give me more, eventually they just pour the bowl into my bag and wish me a happy halloween.
raisins. and no not those boxes of raisins, although those suck too, one house a guy just give me a handful of loose raisins....I think he might have forgot to buy candy....
Ronnie Coleman (Guest) on 11/01/2010 1:09 am
Greatest Halloween treat? A plain chicken breast and a glass of water. LIGHTWEIGHT BABY AIN'T NOTHIN' BUT A PEANUT!!!
Kitsa on 11/12/2010 8:15 am
I once had an old man hurl pennies at me and scream "GET YER OWN FUCKIN' CANDY!"
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