If you really want to do Halloween in a big way this year, Warehouse of Horrors by BangOnNYC—the co-producers of those not-so-secret Arcade Fire shows—is the place to be. With two stages, a silent disco, dueling DJs atop art cars, a full-sized haunted house, live suspension shows, scary art installations, aerial acrobatics, live body painting, trick-or-treating and something called a giant video-mapped monster head, it also kind of sounds like one of Stefan’s Weekend Update recommendations. Unfortunately, the cheapest tickets are sold out, but you can still snag one for $50, which still seems like a pretty good deal given how much is going on at this thing. About 5,000 revelers are expected at the venue, a 40,000 square foot warehouse where the party will rage from 9pm until 6am on Sunday. Be sure to rest up, but don’t worry too much, because music by Just Blaze, Alex Metric, G Jones, Bende and many more will keep everyone adequately amped until sunrise. If you’re not sure how you want to spend Halloween, Brooklyn Spaces has rounded up 10 more ways to get spooky.