(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.
The members of an exclusive club attempt to pull off a big Halloween heist – as they try to steal the skull of the late, great Vincent Price. The latest short from Joe and Lloyd Stas is as offbeat and endearing as ever, though we think Spooky Club is missing one critical member.
Looking for idea for an awesome Halloween decoration? We’re sure that Amanda Destro Pierson wouldn’t mind if you borrowed her idea of transforming her garage into a giant pointy-toothed monster. The only thing better would be an image of some cars parked in its mouth.
Vivid Delight’s laser-cut LED accent lights are wrapped in silhouettes of some of our favorite characters, and are very reasonably priced. While the Pokémon and Harry Potter designs are great, the Nightmare Before Christmas and Beetlejuice ones are perfect for Halloween.
Looking for the best Halloween costume this year? Look no further than Ellimacs SFX’s brilliantly creepy version of the super nasty creature from Stranger Things. If you’ve got the time and ambition, follow along with the video, and get to cutting out those hundreds of teeth.
The latest short film from Joe and Lloyd Stas (Blood Drinker and Jacques Diego’s Last Stand) is a creepy and quirky Halloween tale – the story of Whitby, a dedicated trick-or-treater who wants to hit every house in town – except for the one occupied by his archnemesis.
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.
The Crazy Russian Hacker shows off a simple trick which allows the pressure build-up from dry ice to pop out pieces of a pre-cut pumpkin. It’s a silly effect, but a fun Halloween party trick. We’re guessing that a more tightly sealed pumpkin would be much more explosive.
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!)