Musician Leo Moracchioli screams like a banshee and makes a scene, celebrating Halloween with a demonic, headbanging cover version of Danny Elfman’s holiday classic This is Halloween from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Celebrate Halloween with this funky and upbeat mashup from Pomplamoose and guest vocalist Tessa Violet, seamlessly melding bits of Thriller, Ghostbusters, and Monster Mash, along with the slightly less holiday-appropriate theme from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and Poker Face.
Halloween is almost here and if you want to have the best decorations on the block, you need to check out this deal on AtmosFX Digital Holiday Decorations! All you need is a flash drive, a TV, monitor, or projector to make these video decorations come eerily to life.
LEGO machine maker JK Brickworks follows up last year’s Halloween candy dispenser with an even better one. His latest machine spins round and round, and flings candy bars at the kids. Want one? Buy the LEGO 17101 BOOST Creative Toolbox, and follow the directions here.
Funny or Die knocked it out of the park with their mashup of Halloween and Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, in which everyone’s favorite bowtied goofball really loses his mind and starts stalking Jamie Lee Curtis. We always thought there was a little something “off” about the guy.
The upcoming Halloween sequel looks scary as hell, and much like the original, music will figure strongly into creating tension. Listen to one of the awesome new tracks composed by John Carpenter, along with his son Cody, and Daniel Davies. The soundtrack drops 10/19/18.
Star Wars fans looking for something different to wear this Halloween might want to check out Rubies’ inflatable version of Han Solo, frozen in carbonite. The adult-sized costume includes a battery-powered inflation fan, and a mask and gloves to complete the frozen effect.
For its Halloween episode, How to Make Everything tried to make candy corn from scratch. He used corn, sugarcane, natural plant dye, and – we kid you not – a large bone that he found in the wild. In terms of success, this is on par with Will taking Bob’s advice.
Just in time for trick-or-treating, our church-bound pal Gud Nuse presents a fantastically dark and spine-chilling cover version of Danny Elfman’s classic This Is Halloween from Tim Burton and Henry Selick’s stop-motion masterpiece The Nightmare Before Christmas.
It takes a lot of time to carve a pumpkin and make it look good, so we can only imagine how much time the guys behind Oh My Gourd spent working on this animated short, which required carving of hundreds of designs in order to pull off its stop-motion effect. Pumpkin pie, anyone?
“It’s always the one you least suspect.” Kidrobot and The Simpsons’ Halloween collectible is a 6.5″-tall figure of the Devil as Ned Flanders from the 1993 episode Treehouse of Horror IV. The glow-in-the-dark edition is limited to 500 pieces but costs the same as the regular toy.
AtmosFX makes computer animated videos you can project onto fabric over windows and doorways, display on monitors, or even project on lawns. They have clips for different occasions, including of course Halloween. You can buy them on DVDs or as digital downloads.
Celebrate Halloween this year dressed as Adam and Barbara Maitland from Tim Burton’s classic Beetlejuice. The duo of hilariously creepy masks is based on the scene where they’re practicing how to scare the Deetz’s out of their house. Finish the look with a pair of eyeball gloves.
Creepy Candles‘ signature product is a realistic and life-sized hand-shaped candle. As it burns, the blood red wax inside melts and reveals a metal skeleton hand. Thankfully, you don’t have to worry about smelling burnt flesh, because the candle has a pleasant scent.
(PG-13: Language) “How do I get into the party?” “Check if they have a front door.” YouTuber Jonothan Moyer found a bunch of stock photos and decided to make a story around them. Find out how to attend college Halloween parties and how the great Chef John got his name.
Saturday Night Live put together a reel of some of its silliest and most memorable spooky sketches, from Laraine Newman and Richard Pryor’s classic Exorcist bit, to Bill Hader’s hilarious Vincent Price. We’re betting David S. Pumpkins will make the list next year.
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