Halloween was no longer about being spooktacular, but also spectacular.
Hence, the list this year did not have a lot of scary costumes.
A number of stars actually chose to look fabulous.
Janine Gutierrez channeled Cruella de Vil, the main antagonist in The Hundred and One Dalmatians.
Ruffa Gutierrez was Cleopatra, the last pharaoh to reign in ancient Egypt.
Lovi Poe was a "white lady running around the halls" in Italy.
Maxene Magalona and Robby Mananquil resurrected the characters of Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
The actress' caption for this photo: "Happy Halloween from Paul Varjak, Holly Golightly, and Cat!"
Max Collins was the glammed-up version of Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz.
Vice Ganda came to a Halloween party in Hong Kong as Donatella Versace.
Behind him were his supermodels.
Some became movie characters.
The Justice League-inspired costumes of the Dantes family is presently the country's most liked Halloween post, with more than 360,000 likes at press time.
Dingdong Dantes was Batman, Marian Rivera was Catwoman, and Baby Zia was Batgirl.
James Reid and Nadine Lustre were X-men's Gambit and Rogue, respectively.
Maxine Medina was the female version of Captain America.
Maine Mendoza was the bride of Chucky.
Scarlet Snow Belo wore four different costumes to the parties she attended.
But this one's the favorite of her mom, Dra. Vicki Belo.
Wasn't she the cutest Sailor Mars?
Of course, some wore our favorite Disney characters, too.
The Frozen-inspired ensemble of the Gonzaga sisters became viral last night, November 1.
Toni was Queen Elsa, Alex was Princess Anna, and Baby Seve was Olaf.
Dianne Medina was Maleficent.
Gabs Gibbs, daughter of Janno Gibbs and Bing Loyzaga, was the Evil Queen.
But this year's winner?
The ever-karir Tim Yap, who walked the busy streets of New York City as the Night King in Game of Thrones.
Additional report: Karen A.P. Caliwara