Mogwai themed artwork never goes out of style, because the little guy's just so darn cute yet mischievous that seeing a Mogwai face makes everyone smile.
They're like the smaller yet deadlier version of the Ewoks, so it's no wonder pumpkin artist Trevor Grove decided to create this awesome Mogwai carving, complete with big, furry ears and that signature bratty smile.
These aren't the kind of briefs that make the ladies go meow, because these briefs are strictly for geeks!
Released by the publishers of horror comic magazines like Eerie, Monsters and Creepy in the 1970s, these briefs were both collectible and geeky, perfect for collectors of antiquated attire and those who love all those old school monster mags.
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Here's an attractive young lady who wanted to avoid becoming a sexy costume wearing cliche, so she made this video which cleverly mocks the cheesy, and sometimes strange, sexy costumes being sold online.
Zombie's don't care how sexy your costume is, because they only want you for your brrraaaains!
Most fans of the sugary sweet stuff enjoy a bit of candy corn, especially come fall when the stripey little kernels flow like water from the tap, but what do you do with it all when you've grown tired of the taste?
How about using it as a nostril dam, or an ear plug? These, and many more uses, will suddenly become obvious after scanning this hilarious Halloween comic which was formerly a t-shirt design available on ShirtWOOT.
Anyone who has ever gone out trick-or-treating on Halloween remembers having a handful of pennies thrown into their goodies bag, or being handed a toothbrush or apple by their friendly neighborhood dental health advocate.
That's why these lists of the best and worst treats were created- to help prevent us from making the same mistakes and incurring the wrath of costumed kids looking for a Halloween handout.
Kids want candy, not healthy snacks or dental hygiene supplies, so make with the treats and avoid getting tricked!
Anyone who has ever had to clean up a mouse trap after the unfortunate rodent has met its end knows why this is a truly tasteless Halloween costume, and yet it remains a very popular getup for kids and adults alike.
Maybe it's the fact that it's a two-for-one costume, you're the mouse and the trap at the same time, or maybe it's just a fun way for people to show off their morbid sense of humor.
One thing's for certain- the mice of the world aren't laughing!
Hallmark stores tend to come up with some rather clever holiday gift ideas, and this year they've outdone themselves by introducing My Pet Ghost in a bottle.
It's a cute little spirit trapped in a bottle, waiting to amuse you with animated spectral antics and spooky sounds, sure to entertain kids (and adults who act like kids) for hours on end simply by pushing down on the lid.
If the Admiral Ackbar costume pictured above is a trap, consider me captured! *eyelash flutter*
This is the finest example of A.A. costuming I've ever seen, and that's saying a lot considering how popular this fish headed fellow is in the world of cosplay.
The full head mask and hands were finely crafted by Mr. Bungle, an artist from Alabama who used the Force to create an amazingly sculpted, painted and extremely faithful rendition of the Mon Calamari, and did I mention this guy's head is animatronic?
And, last but certainly not least, an Invader Zim themed bento that features a vegan sausage patty (made from lentils and bulgur), sticky rice, various fruit and veg, and a splash of color courtesy of radish eyes and soy cheese.
An 8 bit Link costumes sounds like a good idea, and making it out of cardboard even better, but here's the problem- if you don't walk around sideways all night everyone will think you're just some crazy guy with cardboard attached to their clothes!
This is how your night would play out -
"what are you supposed to be?"
*turn sideways and pose*
"oh, I get it now, you're the guy from Pitfall right?"
Well the NASA JPL engineer behind the clever simulate a chest wound using two iPads costume is back with a fun, cheap and much easier to create costume idea- download the Digital Dudz app onto any smartphone or tablet and attach it to your shirt/costume and voila!
You've got an animated digital display on your costume that will astound and delight anyone who sees it, and they'll be left guessing how you accomplished such a spectacular costuming feat!
Awww, those nasty little neckbiters sure are cute when they're young! I wonder where things go so horribly wrong along the way?
According to Elizabeth Bathory blood is the key to looking young and living forever, so why do vampires grow up to be so ugly? If illustrator Skottie Young had his way they'd all be cute and cuddly for eternity...