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GWAR at Ram’s Head Live

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GWAR came back to Baltimore last week, and rocked us all with songs from their new album Blood of the Gods.

If you’ve never seen GWAR live, I want you to the following. Go into a room with a mirror. Turn off all the lights, close the shades, and light one candle. Then I want you to look at your reflection in the mirror, and ask yourself if you’ve ever seen a bigger pansy.
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Best Halloween Costumes

The train is late again!
We scoured the net, and these are the best Halloween Costumes we found. Well, the first one is Mr. Stinkhead waiting for the train. But click below to see more!
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Amazing Krang Costume

This is just possibly the greatest idea for a costume. Check out this costume of Krang in his android costume. Krang moves his controls and speaks. Amazing.

(Via Great White Snark)



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Essential Seven Iconic Horror Movie Scenes

Horror films play a huge part in celebration of Halloween. Today we love watching Jigsaw torturing people, Michael Myers returning from the grave, and Freddie Krueger slashing a girl who fell asleep. Horror films are filled with characters and situations made to scare you. A few films are so memorable that certain scenes have become iconic in film history. With anticipation of jumping out of my seat, here is the Essential Seven Iconic Horror Movie Scenes:

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Living Dead Dolls Retro Halloween Sets

Living Dead Dolls Retro Halloween Sets Are Scary Fun For All

Mezco unveils its best Halloween treat ever: Three retro Halloween-themed boxsets that include an old school-styled plastic mask, exclusive 10″ doll and a coordinating T-shirt (XL only). The trio consists of three of the most popular Halloween Living Dead Dolls ever created: Calavera The Skull, Pumpkin – The Jack O’ Lantern and Gabriella – The Ghoul.

Each set harkens back to your favorite childhood Halloween memories with an adult-sized plastic mask with elastic straps, cut-out eyes and mouth hole; a limited edition exclusive Living Dead Doll with glow-in-the dark mask that coordinates with the set; one exclusively designed extra large tee shirt by Dave Cook and packaged in a fantastic retro-style Halloween costume window box. Choose from: Calavera – The Skull, Pumpkin – The Jack O’ Lantern and Gabriella The Ghoul.

Limited to 500 pieces of each set, worldwide. These are sure to go fast and become a super-rare prized addition to any collection.

For more information, visit: MezcoToyz.com


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Seven Essential Creepy Action Figures

It’s Halloween time, so we’re going to look at seven of the creepiest, scariest, weirdest action figures we’ve ever come across. And there are plenty of figures and collectibles that take the obvious route with lots of gore and horrifying faces. These are some of the non-obvious choices, that still give us the heebie jeebies.
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Halloween Costume Idea: Karate Kid Shower

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Here is another Halloween Costume idea. How about the Karate Kid Shower costume? You can order this on Amazon.com


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Halloween Costume Idea: Serenity

Firefly Serenity Costume

Looking for a Halloween Costume idea? How about going as the ship Serenity from Firefly? It’s unique for sure.
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Monster Madness Begins on Cinemassacre.com

Monster Madness has begun over at Cinemassacre.com. Every day this month James Rolfe (The Angry Video Game Nerd) is featuring a horror movie review. The history of horror films begins with Edison Studio’s Frankenstein from 1910! This was the first motion picture adaptation of Mary Shelley’s novel. This film was believed to be lost until a copy of the film surfaced in the ’70s.

Be sure to check out Cinemassacre.com every day for a new horror film review.


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Living Dead Dolls Series 18 Limited Edition Retail Banner

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Halloween returns and with it the scariest Trick Or Treaters ever seen! Living Dead Dolls series 18 features five terrifying new dolls who ask for treats but bring with them nothing but tricks! This exclusive banner shows the world that Living Dead Dolls areavailable at your retail location. Printed on durable 10 oz. vinyl, this limited-edition banner measures an eye catching 18 inches wide by 36 inches tall (approximate). Only 200 are being made, so don’t miss out on this exclusive opportunity! The bottom portion of the banner will feature the previously unseen faces of the series 18 dolls without their masks.

LDD fans and retailers can order the banner at: MezcoToyz.com while supplies last.


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