Anyone at least slightly familiar with Alice Cooper recognizes the look instantly: messy black hair, Frankenstein-esque makeup, and lots of leather. If you’re in need of a last-minute Halloween costume, look no further.
Have you ever come across a superstitious person and wondered if perhaps, there was some validity to their fear or belief?
If you’re thinking of going with something topical for your Halloween costume this year, this should help.
Halloween is the best time of year to scare your friends. But most people don’t go to such elaborate heights to prank their friends as the folks in these videos do.
It’s the beloved time of year again, when thoughts turn to all things dark, monstrous and generally terrifying (no, we’re not talking about the Presidential election).
Google “Rob Zombie” and you’ll notice that the word “Halloween” is not far from the top of suggested search terms.
If you love throwing parties, you learn that making them exciting and unique every time is difficult.
Sugary sweets, mystical drinks, creepy costumes, and haunting decorations deck the halls of nearly every graveyard smash, but celebrating the spookiest holiday of the year requires one ingredient in particular
Pre-Halloween Rager dressed as everyone’s Favorite Family O’ Fun, The Devils Rejects…Captain Spaulding immediately stole a car for “Official Clown Business” after this picture was taken.
The Exorcist may be considered by many to be the king of scary movies, but it takes a little more than a possessed and vomit spewing Linda Blair to make it truly horrifying. And what would Psycho be without the percussive stabs of music that take it to an all new level? Take a look at five of the scariest and most suspenseful films of all time that wouldn’t have produced the same amount of chills if it hadn’t been for the amazing music.