What do you do when your kid would rather speak in tongues and plot evil deeds than share a see-saw at playtime? Let the fine folks at the Horror Movie Daycare take them off your hands, they're used to dealing with the dark side of childhood and your kid will feel right at home with the rest of their wicked classmates.
When you indulge in a bit of holiday cheer remeber this- don't drink more than your body can handle. The guy in this pic is nothing but a bag of bones, it probably doesn't take much to turn him into a drunken mess. At least the lawmen have a light lifting job ahead of them!
The 2012 edition of BuzzFeed's reader submitted costume gallery was a case of highs and lows, glorious triumphs, like the Battle Rufio costume pictured above, and utter failures like a guy dressed as Steve Irwin wrestling his crocodile girlfriend. You'll have to decide which category the rest of them belong in for yourself.
Meet Darla Vader, Darth's relatively unknown sister. She's used to having her way and doesn't use the Force much because men usually give her what she wants without much of an argument. Darla, and her dangerous curves, invite you to join the Dark Side!
We come across people all the time who remind us of someone we know or look familiar to us in some way, and it turns out that's because a lot of people look alike whether they're related or not.
This series of portraits by Canadian photographer Francoise Brunelle is full of people who bear a striking resemblance to each other, exploring the idea that everyone has a doppelganger out there somewhere.
Behold the mighty guinea lion, a savage beast that kills with the power of cuteness.
Adventurous animal lovers will discover many more examples of guinea pig-animal hybridization at the link below, but don't let their adorability fool you- these cuties are packing a mean set of chompers!
Photographer Nacho Alegre, along with graphic designers Ana Dominguez and Omar Sosa, came up with a bright idea for photographing bread- stack the loaves into leaning towers and capture the crusty balancing act for Apartamento magazine.
Somewhere a bakery window designer will be inspired by these layouts, and the balance of bread will be restored...
When a package arrived at the University of Chicago addressed to Henry Walton Jones, Jr. (aka Indiana Jones), eyebrows were raised.
When they opened the package and found a bunch of stuff directly related to Indiana Jones movie mythology inside a manila envelope mystery began.
Here's more on the mystery package:
Inside the manila envelope secured with string, school employees found a treasure of meticulously executed Jones lore brought to life, including a journal penned by Abner Ravenswood -- Indy's academic mentor and father of his Raiderslove interest, Marion Ravenswood.
"The book itself is a bit dusty, and the cover is teal fabric with a red velvet spine, with weathered inserts and many postcards/pictures of Marion Ravenwood (and some cool old replica money) included,"
The university has thrown it out to the Internet, in hopes of finding out just who is responsible for this extraordinary stunt.
"If you’re an applicant and sent this to us: Why? How? Did you make it? Why so awesome? ... If you are an Indiana Jones enthusiast and have any idea who may have sent this to us or who made it, let us know that, too.... Any hints, ideas, thoughts, or explanations are appreciated," the school writes.
Anyone with any pertinent knowledge is prompted to forward what they know to a special email account set up in honor of the mysterious package: email@example.com.
Parents know that their kids will want to share whatever their eating, or currently chewing on, with them on a regular basis, and kids don't understand how germs are shared much to your immune system's dismay. So before you agree to share a cookie with your kid make sure you've got some sick days saved up!
Die Again, Undead One is a silly horror-comedy short directed by Roman Coppola and starring Jason Schwartzman and Margarita Kallas. It was shot as part of the Ultrabook Experience ad campaign, and is quite possibly the most entertaining product related advertisement-film-sketch ever made!
Studio Ghibli's animated feature The Secret World Of Arrietty delighted both kids and adults alike with a story about four inch tall people trying to survive in a big person's world, and cosplayers have finally started looking to the film for costume inspiration.
Here's a cosplayer named Sam- she's got the look and all the right accessories for playing Arrietty, but what really sells the tiny person factor is the giant Colocasia leaf she's carrying around with her, it makes her look so small!
When you're walking back and forth in an 8 bit winter wonderland called January you'll hear the sounds snowflakes make when you catch them before they hit the ground, and the pixelated sky will make sweet music.
January was created by digital artist Disasterpeace, and the game is so soothing it may be just the kind of break you need from the holiday hullabaloo.
Zombie comics absolutely do not begin and end with The Walking Dead, and undead tales from the Golden and Silver age featured some truly amazing cover art and storylines that had to be more than just a bloody gorefest.
Zombies: The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics is a vintage collection edited by Craig Yoe and Steve Banes that's sure to please both the avid horror historians and those recently converted by the modern zombie craze.
Finally, couples no longer have to share their potato chips, they can both enjoy their own unique bag of crunchy, contrasting flavor at the same time with these couples chips 2 pack by Japanese snack maker Koikeya. Their potato chip love affair was both sweet and sour...
You wouldn't want to wear these undies, or wipe your face with that towel, because you'd end up with a bunch of splinters in the worst possible places.
Taiwanese sculptor Mary Leu carved up this set of undergarments with such fine detail that your eye is tricked into believing they're actually made of dingy fabric instead of wood.
Transforming mundane laundry—such as socks, towels and underwear—into fascinating works of art, one can actually see the miniscule weaves of fabric imprinted on these wood-carved creations upon closer inspection.
Each piece is sculpted out of a single piece of boxwood and may take up to a year to complete.
Stan Lee's addition to the convention circuit is the Comikaze Expo, and this year Todd Awesome captured a ton of video footage showcasing the cosplayers in attendance, then he set the whole thing to a snappy tune he wrote just for this epic costumed experience!