“Now, how many of you have taken a human life?” This past Halloween, Ryan Reyno– er, Wade Wilson rounded up the costumed critters in his neighborhood and forced them to form a superhero team with him.
With Back to the Future Day upon us, and Halloween just around the corner, we can think of no better costume than Marty McFly on a Hoverboard, which makes it look like its wearer is hovering off the ground, without magnets or electricity – just a good old optical illusion.
Looking for a fun way to scare the neighborhood kids this Halloween? Got a drone lying around? Then you’ll definitely want to check out this amusing flying ghost gimmick. As one YouTube commenter pointed out, it would look even better flying at night with backlights.
Instead of going with a conventional costume this year, why not wear one of these awesome knit sweaters, inspired by A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th and Halloween. It’s probably not going to be cold enough to wear a scarf, but those are cool too. (Thanks Mia!)
Yes, the doge meme is pretty long in the tooth, but we still dig these hilarious doge masks as a cheap and easy way to costume this Halloween. Simply put one on, and slap on some sticky notes with phrases like “wow” and “so scare,” and you’re all set.
Not sure if we’re watching too many zombie shows or just really excited for Halloween, but when we saw this gruesome two pound box filled with tasty gummy eyeballs, fingers and brains, we didn’t care – we had to have it.
Anthony Vincent went all out for the Halloween episode of Ten Second Songs, dressing up as zombie Michael Jackson and singing the King of Pop’s Thriller in a variety of voices, from Oingo Boingo to Scary Spice.