Need an idea for next Halloween? Look no further...
It's probably one of the highlights of our year to see what weird and wonderful transformations our favourite celebs will undergo for the spookiest day of the year, be it for a high profile Halloween party, a special show or just to give their Instagram followers a treat.
With that in mind, we've eagerly trawled through last weekend's favourites and come up with ten stand-out costumes that have made the list out of artistry, innovativeness, cuteness and just plain hella creepy.
Chris Brown rocked as Teen Wolf
Continue reading: 10 Best (And Creepiest) Celebrity Halloween Costumes Of 2015
It's been a pretty spooky year...
It's almost Halloween and, if you're staying in, you're going to have to go through that difficult process of deciding what film to put on. 2015 has seen rather a few horror movies, but it has to be noted that only a handful of them are worth your time.
Mia Wasikowska stars in Crimson Peak
Here's the top five best and worst scary films of the year:
Continue reading: What Should You Watch This Halloween? 2015 Horror Films Ranked
Created by Canadian artist Daniel Hoogkamp, expect to see some replicas of this little fella on front porches soon! - Ontario, Canada - Sunday 11th October 2015
Filmmaker/rocker Rob Zombie Is Set To Direct A Biopic About Comedy Icon Groucho Marx.
The director, who has made a name for himself in Hollywood for horror films like the Halloween remake, will oversee the big screen adaptation of author Steve Stoliar's 1996 book Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho’s House. Stoliar served as Marx's personal secretary for the final three years of his life.
In the tome, Stoliar detailed his boss' encounters with famous friends, including Mae West, George Burns, Bob Hope and Jack Lemmon, and his relationship with volatile actress Erin Fleming, who was Marx's frequent companion in his final days.
Screenwriter Oren Moverman, who recently penned Beach Boys biopic Love and Mercy, is slated to write the screenplay.
Rocker/filmmaker Rob Zombie Has Paid Tribute To Character Actor Tom Towles After Learning Of His Death On Sunday (05apr15).
The horror director, who worked with Towles on a number of projects over the years, broke the news to fans with a post on Facebook.com.
Alongside a photo of his late pal, Zombie wrote, "I just got word that our buddy Tom Towles has died. He was such a great guy and I am so grateful that we got to work together several times. He will be really missed."
The 65 year old embarked on an acting career after a stint in the U.S. Marines, and made his debut in 1975's Dog Day Afternoon.
Continue reading: Rob Zombie Remembers Character Actor Tom Towles
Sylwester Wardega films the reactions of strangers meeting his unusually dressed dog Chica...
What's your worst fear? Being attacked in the street by a mad axeman? Being burgled in the dead of night by armed raiders? How about being chased by a giant spider on your way to your evening gym session? You might think that's unlikely, but it fooled these guys!
Chica seems unfazed by his creepy costume
A Polish prank genius by the name of Sylwester Wardega has teamed up with his pet pooch Chica in a bid to pull off the ultimate terrifying trick on unsuspecting passers-by. Dressing him up in a rather realistic (at first sight) tarantula costume (which probably cost Wardega painfully little considering how much fun he managed to get out of it) and littering various dark corners of the town with makeshift cobwebs and bloody body parts, this mischief merchant set up hidden cameras in order to capture the priceless reactions of unwitting victims.
Halloween costumes for 2013? Don't look to the celebrities for inspiration.
It's that time of year again guys. We compile a list of the most bizarre celebrity Halloween costumes of 2013. We're not choosing the best costumes here - oh no - we're choosing the most ridiculous. Sort of the worst, but the best worst ones. You get the picture.
We anticipated that Breaking Bad Halloween costumes would be huge this year and so we've been disappointed with the celebrity effort on that front. Where are all the Jesse Pinkmans, the Walter Whites and the Gus Frings? Maybe they'll emerge later in the week but at the minute we're getting an influx of Miley Cyrus costumes, something we're not happy about at all.
We start with the frankly bizarre Paris Hilton, who still appears to be living life as a sweet sixteen birthday girl. She's 32. This year, she spent $5,000 on several ensembles for the annual Halloween party at the Playboy mansion on Saturday (October 26, 2013). Amongst them was the teddy bear outfit Miley Cyrus twerked in at the MTV Video Music Awards. She also put together a little Katy Perry 'Roar' jungle outfit.
People putting dogs in weird costumes. Probably viral or something.
As we approach the annual triduum of Halloween, thoughts turn to impressing friends and strangers with imaginative costumes. You’re around two years too late for the Breaking Bad hazmat getup, and don’t even think about donning ‘a scar’ and calling yourself a ‘zombie’.
I mean, this little fella didn't even make the cut
But while you’re mulling over which costume to spend too much money on, spare a thought for domesticated canines, who, during late October/early November, have their door knocked on three billion times, see their owners wield knives and douse themselves with weird tasting and potentially fatal red sh*t, and then hide under the sofa while World War III explodes rather floridly into the sky.
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Laura Gray, Brand Executive says, "Halloween is all about having some fiendish fun and what better way than to spook out London town with a new, fun and tasty display of a special Cadbury Crunchy Spider made up of our favourite Cadbury Halloween treats. This delicious delight is sure to add a touch of fright to the 10,000 expected to visit London Bridge this Halloween and we are pleased to be able to contribute to the ghoulish experience and hope we make many people scream!" - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 24th October 2013
Curtis was only 19 years old when she played Laurie Strode in John Carpenter's classic film and she still has a lot of keepsakes from the set, including four masks worn by killer Michael Myers.
Now one of them is going under the hammer to help the actress raise money for the Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
Continue reading: Jamie Lee Curtis Auctioning Off Signed Halloween Mask
The True Lies star, who made her movie debut in the 1978 film, is donating a handful of memorabilia, including the iconic mask worn by murderer Michael Myers and the original clapboard used during filming, to bosses at fan convention HorrorHound to help raise funds for the California medical centre.
The items will go under the hammer in Indianapolis, Indiana on 18 and 19 of November (12).
Continue reading: Jamie Lee Curtis Selling Halloween Memorabilia For Charity
Helena Bonham-Carter, Tim Burton, Halloween and Jonathan Ross Wednesday 31st October 2012 Helena Bonham-Carter and Tim Burton leaving a Halloween party held at the home of television presenter Jonathan Ross.
The 55-year-old cult filmmaker laughs off accusations that the 1978 classic contains scenes in which killer Michael Myers is unnecessarily violent against women
He says, "Oh, man, I've been hearing that s*** for years. Yeah, yeah, only girls who f*** get killed.
Continue reading: John Carpenter: Halloween Isn't Misogynistic