London's Hoxton Street Monster Supplies is a one stop shop full of all things deliciously dire, from several varieties of fear in a can, Bah Humbugs you can feed to old misers and Banshee Balls that make all the ghouls wail in delight.
Check them out if you're having trouble satisfying your monstrous appetite.
Tiny Tony Stark is going to take down the bad guys with the power of cuteness. He sure is suave for a kid with a moustache drawn on his face. I bet the girlies at the daycare love this little guy!
Nothing is worse than showing up at your friend's Halloween party wearing nothing but a smile, so these funky fresh gals decided to make this informative video and help prevent another sexy costume disaster.
You've got choices, self respect and a closet full of of clothes- use 'em!
(Some language may be considered NSFW)
The 1980s were a great time for horror movies, with seminal slashers like Freddy and Jason tearing up the teenies and zombies growing into the rotten stinkers we know and love today.
80s horror movies were fun to watch, and the cool box art they sported made them fun to look at all lined up on the video store shelves.
Take a totally bitchin' tour of 80s horror movie box art with this choice selection of 26 titles sure to get you in the mood for a horror movie marathon!
The current queen of teen screams, lover of all things fanged and sparkly, Kristen Stewart is here to explain Halloween to the uninitiated.
K. Stew's gonna school you on the facts- All Hallow's Eve is Latin for ancient festival where sexy nurses honor the dead, and Halloween got it's name from hollowing out a pumpkin.
Sounds like trueness to me!
--via Tastefully Offensive
Things are tough all over, and Halloween is so close you can already sense the spirits becoming restless, so what are you gonna dress up as this year?
Maybe you should check out this list of 15 last minute geeky and inexpensive costume ideas and make up your mind, before you're left out in the cold with an empty pillowcase and a belly full of regret...
Talk about dry humor! If you're the kind of person who wears the same costume as your cat on Halloween then this is the costume for you! Don't loaf around, get slicing and put that bread on yo head! Squee!
Keep your costume clean this Halloween- dress yourself up like a bath pouf! It's not only a cute idea for a last minute costume, it's incredibly easy to put together.
Check out the Instructable by Carley Jacobson, and resist the filth that hits the streets around Halloween.
The days of stirring a cauldron full of witch's brew with a large wooden spoon is over.
The crones have found a newfangled technology that does the job in half the time, and brew production is up five hundred percent.
Do yourselves a favor this Halloween- don't drink any bubbling brew you didn't conjure up yourself!
It's a darn shame to see pumpkins picking on each other, especially around Halloween. Pumpkins that make it out of the patch need to stick together.
Your orange skinned kin aren't the enemies, the humans with the knives that carve funny faces into you are the real enemies.
Can't we all just get along?
The yearly tradition of celebrating All Hallow’s Eve, or Halloween as we know it today, is thought to’ve begun in the 19th century when Scottish and Irish immigrants brought the holiday with them to North America.
Today it’s more than just a harvest themed holiday, it’s a day of wearing costumes, getting your neighbors to give you candy and decorating your house to show you’re the spookiest person on the block. Let’s take a look back and see how Halloween became the holiday we know and love today.
Let's start things off with a Halloween themed publicity still from the 1970 television series Nanny and the Professor. Not sure if the kids were intentionally trying to look creepy, but if so then they've succeeded!
Photo: Johnny Cupcakes
What a cute bunch of bunnies! Or are they bats? Naw, they're cute little bunnies, you can tell by their fluffy little tails. How…adorable?!
Imagine trick-or-treating in 1957 and being greeted at the door by this terrifying goofball...does this count as a trick or a treat?
A whole bunch of folks from the High Point Housing Project in Seattle, Washington celebrated Halloween, 1943 in the community hall. Where are all the men? Possibly off fighting overseas, as this picture was taken in the era of World War II.
“No Hallowe'en Without Jack-o'-Lantern” is the title of this photo from The Book Of Hallowe'en, circa 1919. These guys are so proud of their handiwork that they’re setting their pumpkins on the roof for everyone to see.
This Philip J. Fry pumpkin cuts right to the chase, and when trick-or-treaters are given an order they listen, or else they get no candy...
Silly humans and their holiday traditions, flaming pumpkins are for dancing not handing out candy!
Monsters have gone from grotesque to gorgeous, due largely to Hollywood horror movies, but what caused this shift in appearance?
Read on true believers, and you'll discover how gross ghouls and bat faced bloodsucking freaks have become today's misunderstood loners and sparkly little sex symbols.
Tim Curry has certainly been typecast throughout the years as a bad, bad boy, and movie lovers wouldn't have it any other way.
Take a look at Mr. Curry's wide range of wrong, from the terrifying Pennywise to the laughably androgynous Frank N. Furter, and you'll see why Tim really floats our Halloween boat!
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!
Puppet films with an all puppet cast are few and far between, and puppet horror movies are virtually unheard of, which is why Chompers is such an important film.
The puppet community will finally have their chance to show the world that they can die dramatically like everyone else, perhaps forcing the Oscars to add a few more categories...
By the way- this trailer is in 3D so if you happen to have a pair of those old red and blue lens 3D glasses sitting around put them on and prepare to be wowed!
--via Super Punch
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!
Here's a world record for you to file under "Mathematical" and/or "Why?"-the most digits of Pi ever carved into a pumpkin.
Tai Star managed to carve 66 digits of Pi into what is now officially the world's nerdiest pumpkin. I've heard of making pumpkin Pi but this is ridiculous!
Those of you who can't wait until Thanksgiving to bring a big old turkey home with you should keep an eye out for anyone wearing this costume.
Once you get past the ridiculous exterior you might find that Tom isn't such a turkey after all...
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.
--via Laughing Squid
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...
--via Blame It On The Voices
This year Cadbury released their disgustingly delicious Halloween rendition of the classic Creme Egg, appropriately named the Screme Egg.
These zombified chocolate and fondant goodies are apparently more than just a delicious treat- their presence in the candy aisle is the equivalent of a zombie apocalypse in a chocolate shell.
Watch as a valiant group of classic Creme eggs battle the forces of green fondant and try to save the world of snack food for the good of all mankind.
Who knew that all it would take to make seminal horror flick The Exorcist hilarious would be to add a laugh track and commercials?
The folks at Film School Rejects, that's who! They recut the devlish masterpiece into a sitcom that will haunt your dreams...with laughter!
--via Tastefully Offensive
Even sweet little swine enjoy the fall harvest, and pumpkins make for a fun and delicious piggy treat.
This is one instance where playing with your food is not only okay, it's encouraged!
--via Tastefully Offensive
Sit back and enjoy the soothing sight of splattering clay and the sweet sound of Sufjan Stevens as he tells the tale of Mr. Frosty Man, with a little help from animator Lee Hardcastle.
This ain't no Gumby short, this is claymation ultraviolence at its finest, as we prepare to bid adieu to Halloween and hello to the snow!
Here's a clever costume of a headless zombie carrying around a box full of body parts, except one of the severed heads is still allive and looking around!
Clever costumes abound these days, but we like the ones that make people lose their heads!
With the look of a creature drawn straight from our nightmares, this is one jack-o-lantern that won't be encouraging trick-or-treaters to ring your doorbell on Halloween!
Anyone who has the honor of smashing this sucker to bits will probably be heralded as the new neighborhood hero for exterminating this pumpkin menace.
I hope it doesn't have any monster babies lurking around in the dark somewhere...
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.
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