(via Sir Mitchell)
(via Sir Mitchell)
In Scotland the tradition of ‘Trick or Treatin” is known as Guising and here’s why – (Caledonian Mercury)
If you were looking forward to seeing Vin Diesel reprise his role of Riddick, then prepare to get sad – (TMZ)
Acollection of the greatest child Halloween costumes ever worn…with photographic proof – (Uproxx)
Angry Birds creator aims to pirate the pirates when it comes to official merchandise – (Tech Crunch)
Proof Kurt Russell didn’t have a clue what was going on during the filming of Big Trouble In Little China.
The remake of The Evil Dead is to preach about the dangers of drug use. Why? – (Bloody Disgusting)
23 of the best Halloween costumes from Redditt – (Buzz Feed)
A list of movies that actually scare the bejesus out of those actors and directors who have scared the bejesus out of us – (Geek Out)
This is how you should carve a pumpkin…with science!
Here’s an interesting video which documents the reaction of an audience in a cinema watching John Carpenter’s seminal horror movie Halloween, for the very first time back in good ole 1978.
As you will hear their screams and response to the film is hilarious, when you consider the scenes they’re watching are quite tame in comparison to the torture-porn horror flicks we’ve become accustomed to.
We along with many others were too young to see this film when it was first released and ended up watching it years later on grainy VHS in secret, so our parents wouldn’t find out. Didn’t sleep for weeks thanks to Michael Myers.
Carpenter is back bitches! It’s been way too long since cult film director John Carpenter, he of Halloween, The Thing and Escape From New York fame, graced us with his cinematic presence. The 62 year-old has done next to nothing since 2001 when his glorious sci-fi failure Ghosts Of Mars, starring Jason ‘wot you fackin’ starin’ at?’ Statham, bombed at the box office. But now he’s back with a new film called The Ward and judging by the trailer it looks…well…it looks like a steaming bag of shit! Maybe it’s the way the trailer has been edited together but it reeks of 80s straight -to-video slasher flick and has disappointed the entire crew here. First Postlethwaite then Rafferty and now this?! F@ck you 2011.
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