From the creators of the Scary Movie franchise comes the next phase of ridiculous horror movie parodies- A Haunted House.
As if poltergeists and paranormal activity around the house weren't hilarious enough, here comes another American horror story which takes place in the house at the end of the street and promises to be a real scream!
Creative Spark is a branding agency from London who came up with a Halloween inspired way to raise money for the Marie Curie Cancer Care- a line of horror movie themed posters, featuring really cool minimalist designs and bold colors, which they're currently selling through their website.
These posters are currently only for sale to the UK, but be sure to check Ebay in a month or two if you want to get your hands on one!
TV shows love to create holiday themed episodes, and the best of the bunch are the ones which air around Halloween because we get to see our favorite characters all dressed up for a night of trick-or-treating.
Here's a mighty supercut with 50 TV show characters sporting extremely silly Halloween costumes for the sake of amusing the home viewers. Watch in good humor and supply your own laugh track!
Chuck and Beans have the right attitude about Halloween- it becomes more fun as you get older, and not just because of the skimpy outfits and laughing in the face of death, but because kids and pets are so darn cute in their costumes, and after trick-or-treating ends you get to eat whatever's left in the bowl! Note to self: buy extra candy this year...
Mondo is the Alamo Drafthouse poster company that creates limited edition screen printed posters with re-envisioned artwork that'll knock your bolts off!
They've been wowing folks with fresh designs from artists such as Mike Mitchell, Drew Struzan and Tom Whalen, and now they're set to have their biggest show yet, with posters based on Universal Studios horror films.
Head to the Laughing Squid link below if you want to see more of the Universal monsters series, or hit the other link and head to their shop page where you'll find lots more Mondo.
Cupcakes seem like the most unlikely way to spread knowledge about diseases such as herpes, lung cancer and foot fungus, but try telling that to Miss Cakehead, the creator of these disease ridden delights, and you might go home with more than you bargained for.
Miss Cakehead wants to use word of mouth, as in put these delicious works of anatomy art into your mouth then tell others how good they were, to spread disease awareness.
Sounds like a good idea, if people can bring themselves to eat these gross looking things I'm sure they'll spread the word!
The Dark Shadows and Sweeney Todd movie adaptations have one major thing in common- Johnny Depp.
The iconic actor has such a recognizable face, no matter which character he portrays, that he is a perfect subject for pumpkin carvings.
The first jack-o-lantern is rather simple, yet you can still tell quite clearly that it's Johnny playing Sweeney Todd, and the Dark Shadows themed masterpiece on the bottom looks like someone took Mr. Depp's head clean off and dyed it orange. Squash-tacular!
Let's face it- most Tusken Raider themed kid's costumes pale in comparison to this epic getup created by super dad Ward Jenkins.
Whether it's the attention to details, clever use of well-made accessories or the acting skills of young Ezra those other Sandpeople wannabes can't hold a candle to this amazing act of kid's costuming!
Delving into the dark side of Hollywood movies tends to have pretty predictable outcomes- people are caught unawares by monster, monster attacks, someone trips as they're running, the killer is either silent or full of one liners, etc.
But here's a list of facts, some very obscure, about your favorite fright inducing films, facts which may leave you with a better appreciation for these films as you imagine what could have been...
YouTube sensation Krispy Kreme raps with a southern drawl and tells endearing tales ranging from raunchy to mad real.
This time around Krispy celebrates Halloween with a story about the time he met Michael Myers on the back roads of Birmingham, Alabama, and how two kids dressed like Ninja Turtles had their lives changed forever on Halloween night...
Cute and creepy go hand in hand when you visit Monster Town, a colorful new kid's book created by Ryan Heshka.
Here's what Monster Town is all about:
As soon as the sun sets on Monstertown, creatures of all kinds go to work. So hop on the Ghoul Bus and see for yourself who inhabits this ghoulish town. Dr. Cyclops, Postmaster Skeleton, Frank N. Stein, Dr. Mummy, Captain Witch, and many other monster friends—including a junior monster-in-training—will welcome you with open arms!
Knott's Berry Farm theme park is transformed into Knott's Scary Farm every year for Halloween, and this year Knott's is celebrating their 40th anniversary with lots of thrills and chills, including an Evil Dead themed Log Ride, 13 terrifying mazes and 4 zones of horror around the park.
With all the costumed creeps lurking around, and the horrific decor throughout the park, the entire place is transformed from a Snoopy themed happy place to a dark playground for monsters.