Ever since Bat Day became a thing, the love between Goths and Disneyland has grown by leaps and bounds with each passing year, all leading up to this- Goth themed goodies are now being sold at Disneyland.
There are fun coffin shaped cases of candy, dark chocolate roses and bags full of candy bones and skulls for all the dark little boys and girls to enjoy while they make their way through the happiest place on earth.
From the look of these photos Williamsburg, a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, is a rather colorful place to live, and it's hard to tell if people are dressed up for a night on the town or a Halloween party!
Good thing there's a Tumblr site called Halloween or Williamsburg to clear things up...wait, I take that back...the blurbs about each pic on the site only cause more confusion!
Oh well, I guess we're not meant to know whether it's Williamsburg or Halloween after all...
Parrots have long been associated with those swashbuckling scoundrels of the seas, and they make the perfect addition to any Pirate themed Halloween costume!
However, you may want to consider using a stuffed parrot instead of a living, squawking and biting real life bird, so you don't have to worry your hanky wrapped head about their wellbeing when you've had a bit too much grog!
When putting together the perfect gruesome getup for Halloween it's important not to overlook one crucial element- makeup!
Whether you're applying a bit of makeup detail, or you're going for that fully painted face look, it's one element of Halloween costuming that's often missing from otherwise terror-ific looks.
An overall face paint can radically change the way your face looks, especially from far away, but if you just want to add a bit of color this is one of those rare cases where overdoing it is better than being subtle, after all you want people to notice your work, right?
Have you ever found yourself wondering after the origin story of our favorite pop culture monsters?
The curious are encouraged to investigate the article presented at the link below for further briefing on the origin of ten famous monster types including- zombies, mummys and werewolves, among others.
Creature hunters and the fearful alike will discover all they need to know about these menacing monsters, and the key to destroying them once and for all.
Anyone who dresses up as the Ninja Turtles for Halloween may be in trouble if this guy dressed as Krang comes to their town, unless you can get your hands on little pink Krang and force him to cool out.
Seriously though dude, as far as homemade costumes go this Krang styled getup is totally bodacious, and captures the cartoony look in a totally tubular way! Gnarly work dudes!
The kids lucky enough to've received these Halloween bento boxes probably didn't appreciate the fact that they're beautiful works of food art, or how much time and energy was spent creating each one, but at least we get to enjoy the pictures taken before they were gobbled up!
Seaweed spider webs add an illustrative flair to this bento, which also features asparagus tips wrapped in egg and cheese, some colorful veggies, pickled radish quarters, hot dog flowers with pea centers and a plastic spider ring to wear after lunch.
Way back in that golden year known as 1983 William Shatner played the prince of poetic darkness Edgar Allen Poe in a retro TV gem called The Magical Musical Halloween Show.
Audience reactions ranged from "hmmmm" to "oh dear god make it stop!" with a few "his words doth speaketh to mine soul" in between, and if you ask me it was too terrifying to watch in its entirety so try to sit through it all...if you dare!
If you encounter a pumpkin that looks like this bloodthirsty little bugger while trick-or-treating do yourself a favor and move on to the next house!
The frightfully sharp fang details make him look like he might take a bite out of you if you get too close, and the beady black eyes add a touch of living detail to this inhuman eating machine that says stay away! *shiver*
Cry Baby Lane is a lost teenie horror film that was supposed to premiere on Nickelodeon in October, 2000 but was pulled from broadcast due to parental protest.
The story involves conjoined twins imprisoned by their father, and the teens that summon their spirits back from the dead to haunt the town, and even though it was supposed to air a mere twelve years ago it seems rather tame by today's standards.
Here, in all its made-for-television splendor, is the full length version of Cry Baby Lane so you can see what you've been missing!
Just because you're sportin' a baby bump doesn't mean you can't dress up for Halloween, in fact it may even help make your costume even cooler!
Take this crafty costumer/mom-to-be - she's incorporated her baby bump into her costume so it can tell a story of wars that take place in the stars, and one particular star that is all about death and gets blown up.
Like looking at pics of geeky moms and their future geek children sportin' some sweet costumes? Hit the Halloween blog link and get your spooky geek on!