Here at FEARnet we love all things Halloween. We love the decorations, the haunted houses, the candy corn, and, most of all, we love everyone's crazy costumes. But as we learned while doing a little shopping ourselves this year, when it comes to Halloween costumes there is such a thing as too crazy. We've broken down some of the craziest outfits and costumes that are currently on sale. Some costumes are scary, some are sexy, others are silly, some are just downright offensive… and then there are these head-scratchers!
Uptight citizens complaining about Halloween decorations in their communities seems to be the norm this year. Now, it's a Brooklyn, NY resident whose festive decor is drawing the ire of neighbors.
Mondo's upcoming vinyl release of the Halloween soundtrack includes 28 tracks and marks the very first time the full version of Carpenter's soundtrack has ever been released on the format.
Horror icon Larry Fessenden stars in one of many Halloween-themed short films premiering on STYD this month. Check it out here!
As a fun little promotion for their line of Ultra Spec 500 paints, the company hired contractors to come in and paint the wall of a creepy hotel. They then proceeded to scare the daylights out of the painters, convincing them that they've just seen a ghost.
Hot on the heels of that news report from Oklahoma, where a man had the cops called on him because of his outdoor Halloween decorations, comes another story that serves as a sad reminder that Halloween isn't what it used to be.
Take a look at some of these amazing Halloween creations by Ray Villafane, pumpkin carver extraordinaire!
Bid on a one-of-a-kind Michael Myers mask, signed by Jamie Lee Curtis and over a dozen members of Halloween's cast and crew!
Most people aren’t too keen on food that already has maggots in it. Typically, it gets dumped in the bin. But they may change their mind after seeing this mango pus stuffed cupcake with its delicious maggoty surprise.
Halloween is the time for over-the-top gore, right? If you live in Mustang, Oklahoma, you may want to think twice.