I hate to say this, horror fiends, but the champagne's going flat. The parties are over and the harsh reality of 2014 is upon us. Lots of people think January is the perfect time to shape up, get focused, and reboot the system. Well, in honor of that mindset, we're taking a look at some of our all-time favorite horror franchise reboots. Whether they take something silly and make it serious, or vice versa, these filmmakers and screenwriters truly embrace the phrase "out with the old and in with the new!"
Horror begets horror begets horror with these hand-carved, hand-painted nesting dolls.
These are characters that have stood out to us and proved to be as strong or stronger than their male counterparts. These are characters that challenged some of the stereotypes associated with women in film.
Before trick or treating on Halloween was a thing, kids had a very similar past time - a month later. To coincide with Thanksgiving, kids would go "Thanksgiving masking." Similar to Halloween, this involved kids dressing up in hideous, featureless costumes and begging candies and pennies off neighbors.
For five years, this artist created daily sandwich-bag art for his kids' school lunches – including some weird and hilarious creatures. Check out some of our favorites!
Swedish DIY makeup artist Sandra Holmbom designed an amazing Gothic mask that proves beauty is more than skin deep...
The chair creaks as you settle onto it. The candlelight flickers. All around you the ravenous faces of your so-called friends twist in delight as you slowly open the box laid out on the table. Welcome to Dangerous Games!
Just because Halloween's over doesn't mean we can't get in a few more unexpected screams (and laughs) like this freaky video prank.
It may not take a rocket scientist to carve up a Jack O'Lantern, but I'm willing to bet that you wouldn't be surprised to learn that rocket scientists do in fact make for excellent Halloween artisans.
Just like us, Eric is kinda sweet on classic monsters, so he's created these amazing likenesses out of Halloween candy... and spiders.