If you're tired of throwing away all those pumpkin seeds after carving up your pumpkin then you should take a gander at these delicous recipes that involve, you guessed it, pumpkin seeds.
Making these delicious pumpkin seed enhanced food items will give you a break from all that candy you've been gobbling up on a daily basis, so maybe there'll be some left over for the trick-or-treaters!
Be forewarned- this isn't a very fun article, and it kinda goes against the Halloween traditions of munching on gobs of goodies and sampling all sorts of sweet treats, but since health and diet are a big issue for a lot of people these days we've decided to play devil's advocate and share these healthy tips on resisting Halloween candy.
Whether you choose to heed this advice or not is entirely up to you, but if not then let's unite and eat candy!
Answer any and all situations with one of these Halloween reaction GIFs, and kiss the need for all normal responses goodbye.
You'll find a reaction for everything Halloween on the list, from when someone doesn't understand what your costume is to when you're doing the Monster Mash, and each animated nugget will fill the viewer with happiness...or disgust...
Pumpkin Maestros is an interesting look at the jack-o-lantern art studio Maniac Pumpkin Carvers, and these guys really live up to their name!
Marc Evan and Chris Soria are highly skilled artisans who know how to skin a pumpkin right, so the light shines through where they want it to and the whole thing looks all pretty gruesome for Halloween.
Any video that starts with the movie guy voice saying something like "In a quiet town..." is already funny, but when you add chopped up clips from the hilarious TV show Modern Family you've got comedy gold in the making!
Hit play and you'll hear the tale of Fizbo the Clown, a clown so tough, so terrifying, that he'll make you wish you were never born...
Artist Clement Briend has a unique way of making trees seemingly come to life- he projects giant scary gargoyle heads onto them, and the natural texture combines with the images to create a terrifying light show!
This seems like a great idea for lighting up the trees around your house for Halloween, as well as being a cool way to brighten up those haunt in the park events that take place around All Hallow's Eve.
Hong Kong Disneyland delivers the horrific Halloween goods like no other Disney park, with scenes and characters that would scare the pants off of the usual crowd in attendance at Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Celebrations in the U.S.
Take a quick trip to Hong Kong, without having to get off your duff, and see what all those little kids in Hong Kong are screaming about!
Are You Afraid Of The Dark? brought chills to the slumber party crowd like few shows aimed at young viewers ever had, with monsters so terrifying they gave kids nightmares well into their teenage years.
The main source of terror was the weekly monster which threatened the lives of neighborhood kids who just wanted to lead a monster-free life.
Here's an exhaustive list of the 50 most terrifying monsters from the show, so you can see what you missed, or remember what used to keep you up at night as a child!
Amazing pumpkin artist Ray Villefane is back with another disturbingly good work of pumpkin art, and this year's works are more terrifying than ever before!
He's using three of the largest pumpkins in the U.S., along with some regular sized ones, to create a life-sized shambling pumpkin zombie display for New York's Botanical Garden, complete with dripping guts and a ghastly expression on it's face.
Enjoy a brief video of the master of pumpkin carving doing what he does best, and be thankful that you don't have any pumpkin zombies lurking in your neighborhood...
Meatheads are good for more than busting down doors, they can also feed a pack of hungry Halloweenies!
Making your own Meat Head appetizer platter is simply a matter of covering a plastic skull with a layer of red Jell-O (so the meat skin will stick), then add layers of flayed flesh and garnish with a bed of greens, with pickled onions and olives for eyes.
Peel the skin off this poor sap and serve up a smile, or a frown from the vegetarians in attendance...
They're creepy and they're kooky, mysterious and spooky, they're altogether ooky, these Halloween themed cakes!
Take a slice out of your boring Halloween food by creating a horrifying visual delight for your guests. They'll appreciate the time and effort, and you'll enjoy watching their facial expressions as they take a big old bite of brain cake.
Halloween is nearly upon us folks, so here are some last minute costume ideas for video game fanatics who also have a sense of humor.
They range from the ridiculous (dressing like video game company founders and game developers) to equally ridiculous without needing an explanation (Ninja Golf, Minecraft Person, Knight) to those which will elicit the question "what video game is your costume from?" (Bowler, Banjo Hillbilly, Wall Street Kid).
Now you can actually wear a costume of sorts to your friend's Halloween party!
If you're looking for a gruesome addition to your costume that'll fill folks with fright yet faithfully pay homage to your favorite scifi flick then you gotta check out this tutorial which reveals how to make a latex Chestburster puppet.
This project does require a basic understanding of sculpting and casting, and you need materials like liquid latex, plaster and plasticine to create a finished product like the one pictured above, but if you've ever wanted to try your hand at creating a latex puppet this tutorial is a great way to get started!
Looking to curl up with a frightfully good read this Halloween? Check out this list of 13 horrific comic books which are simply perfect for Halloween!
Everybody knows about the Walking Dead, but have you read American Vampire which was co-created by Stephen King? Have you paid a visit to Locke & Key, one of the most highly acclaimed horror comics to come out in the last decade?
They're all waiting for you at your local comic book store, so why not pick up a copy today?!
Folks who live in Manitou Springs, Colorado have a strange way of celebrating Halloween each year- they dress up and race decorated coffins down the street.
The Emma Crawford Coffin Races are a yearly tradition which is named after a woman whose coffin-ated body washed down Red Mountain during a flood.
Now the townspeople celebrate her memory by dressing up, some in clothing inspired by the late Ms. Crawford, parading their fancy coffins down the street then teams race their "Emma" down the 195-yard track for a trophy, bragging rights, and a $50 gift certificate for the local shops.
Here's a clever, and colorful, chart that will help you make sure your Halloween costume doesn't suck this year.
Keep these five points in mind as you're putting your outfit together, and if you see a sad kid on the sidewalk with a sucky costume give them a bit of advice about how to be a better Halloweenie next year. it may change their life forever...