Redd’s Wicked Apple Halloween Commercial!


Halloween is a wonderful time to let your inner furry self out, and a Redd’s Wicked Apple Halloween commercial shows us a werewolf with his date about to be served a Bloody Mary at the bartender’s recommended “perfect temperature of 98.6.” From above then falls a can of Wicked Apple Ale. Refusing the Bloody Mary, the werewolf seizes the gift from on high, and tells the bartender, “Nah dawg, I’m good!, ” walking away with the brew.

There’s some fine touches in this brief commercial, such as the mounted human head on the wall.  “This party is dead,” declares the bartender, adding “I love it!” So do I, dawg…and a Happy Howloween to all of you!

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5 Comments on “Redd’s Wicked Apple Halloween Commercial!”

  1. carycomic Says:

    Wolfie should use that ale to wash down some venison from those car commercials. ;-D


    • vulpesffb Says:

      There do seem to have been a number of similar deer gag commercials, so perhaps some thinning of the herd is necessary…


  2. carycomic Says:

    Cull…I mean, “cool!” 😉


    • vulpesffb Says:

      Alcoholic apple beverages seem to be growing ever angrier. There’s “Wicked Apple,” and there’s also an “Angry Apple Orchard.” My question is, why is there so much apple anger? Need we be afraid? And does this open up job opportunities for fruit therapists? I can just imagine…”Dr. MacIntosh will see you now!”


  3. carycomic Says:

    Good one! 🙂

    As to why “Angry Orchard” was picked as a brand name? I can only surmise that it might be a veiled reference to the grouchy trees that threw apples at Judy Garland in THE WIZARD OF OZ.


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