Take your Halloween costume to the next level year by adding this gadget which produces crazy sound effects every time you take a step or stomp your feet. Our favorite sounds – 8-bit gaming hero.
Jimmy Kimmel has a cruel sense of humor, asking asked parents to tell their kids that they ate all of their Halloween candy and video their reactions. Thankfully, none of the kids had weapons.
YouTuber StagNews and his buddies set up this Halloween prank that was so simple it was brilliant: a 4-foot dummy dressed as a skeleton. Turns out an inanimate object can be pretty scary.
You won’t find Google’s Halloween doodle online, because the search giant decided to get with tradition and carve its logo out of real – and huge – pumpkins, a process that took over 8 hours.
Science teacher Chris Bergmann demonstrates the power of chemistry, while at the same time carving his Halloween pumpkin the best way possible. Why is it our teachers were never this cool?
Magician Simon Pierro built his 2011 Halloween magic show using an iPad 2 and a custom iOS app as his primary gimmick. We wish our iPads would dispense jellybeans too. Maybe the iPad 3 will.
We’re not too sure about his costume skillz, but Eric Calderone (aka 331Erock) sure knows how to shred, as he kicks out this hard-rockin’ medley of Halloween favorites.
Get in the spirit of the season and take 25 seconds to enjoy this creative canine costume, made from cardboard and paper clips (for the tracks). It may only be chihuahua-size, but it’s mighty.
While the song is definitely not as classic as last year’s Thriller, this Halloween house is definitely in more of a upbeat mood in 2011, as it sings along to LMFAO’s Party Rock Anthem.
Bite your tongue – literally – with these tasty and sickly gummy treats, arriving just in time for Halloween. Available in a variety of gnarly tongue shapes and flavors. More flavors here.
Melissa Dunphy made this awesome Halloween costume for her husband – Krang’s robotic exo-suit, along with the ugly alien of course. Props to Melissa for making Krang move and speak.
This past Halloween, a neighborhood was terrorized by a flying shapeless white figure with rotor blades for arms. But it’s not a ghost, it’s “Mr. T,” a robot made by Michael aka Utah Aerials.
This guy put together an insane Halloween light show on the front of his house that’s perfectly synchronized to Michael Jackson’s Thriller. His neighbors must love him.
If you don’t know what costume you’ll wear or you’re too lazy to come up with one for Halloween, Urban Outfitters has got your back. Just get any of these acrylic ski masks and you’re good to go.
If you thought letting kids wield a sharp knife to carve their Jack ‘O Lanterns was dangerous, then take a gander at the Glock .40 caliber carving method to put things in perspective.
Here at The Awesomer, it’s clear we are fans of the cats. And cats are funny, especially when they’re feeling undignified; today, please enjoy Linus in his costume and the insult added to injury at the end.
We’re digging the tender personalities and earthy tones in each of the 4 Monster Mash prints from Doug Boehm, who in addition to these seasonally appropriate fiends has a terrific portfolio of work.
If you haven’t figured out what you’re wearing for Halloween, you might want to check out this guy’s awesome Bumblebee costume. If he shows up at your costume contest, you’re done for.
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