UK designer Dan Shearn combined a passion for '80s pop culture and a childhood love of LEGOs to imagine horror, sci-fi and action movie characters as classic mini-figures.
The horror-themed brewskies are back in a new series of frosty faux labels... including a “Bloody Orange” beverage to mark the conclusion of “Dexter!”
The famed t-shirt companies have joined forces to offer two new designs celebrating the 30th anniversary of the notorious chainsaw splatter flick.
This drink is best served chilled to the bone... because there's a miniature human spine and ribcage inside the bottle.
Canadian designer Judson Beaumont makes fantastical furniture. He is best known for his cabinets, especially his curvy, warped, and comic book-style cabinets. But what strikes me most about Beaumont's work is how much of it looks like it belongs in a Tim Burton movie.
If you've ever wanted guests to be terrified of your coffee table, then we've got some great home decorating ideas for you.
While it's unlikely del Toro's long-awaited vision of H.P. Lovecraft's novella will ever make it to the screen, his own artwork reveals what it might have looked like.
The LEGO community is asking “Ghostbusters” fans to vote on a proposed set design commemorating the movie's 30th Anniversary next year. Let's make this happen!
Yes, there was once a major amusement park attraction in the works based on the original 1984 “Ghostbusters.” See what it might have looked like!