Happy official, unofficial Star Wars Day from HalloweenCostumes.com! May the fourth be with you and yours on this most geeky of celebrations! We’ve been hard at work putting together some things for you to share with your similarly Star Wars crazed friends. [Read: we’ve been playing around in Darth Vader costumes even more than we usually do…] Just be warned: if you have TOO much fun celebrating May the Fourth, you may suffer from the REVENGE OF THE FIFTH!
We're all super pumped about the release of Iron Man 3- so much so that we've been trying to find the perfect outfits to wear to the premiere this Friday! (The midnight showing of course.) We tried to get some fashion inspiration from Mr. Stark himself by asking, "what would Tony wear?" Well, turns out he can't make up his mind either! In fact, since Iron Man's first appearance over 50 years ago there have been more than 20 incarnations of his armor! Below are his most storied looks in order...
Professor and professional mentalist Loyd Auerbach’s encyclopedic knowledge of the paranormal certainly didn’t materialize overnight.With over three decades in the field and a Master’s in Parapsychology, Professor Auerbach is the Director of the Office of Paranormal Investigations and serves on the Board of Directors for the Rhine Research Center, an organization dedicated to the study of human consciousness and parapsychology.
In 2012, you couldn't escape the viral lip-dubbing spoofs on Carly Rae Jepsen's hit "Call me Maybe" or Psy's inescapable "Gangnam Style". For 2012, the"Harlem Shake" has taken offices and the Internet by storm with costumes and awkward dance moves. Here at HalloweenCostumes.com, we decided to get in on the sensation with our own parody, Star Wars style. Check it out:
And if you just can't get enough of our fly dance moves, check out our office version while you're at it:
When I first heard that there was going to be a movie about a zombie boy falling in love with a human girl, I shuddered. For years, I have been somewhat of a zombie-snob in that I have always felt that the living dead should be slow and silent. However, since the zombie boom in the early 2000s, movies have tried putting their own twist on how a zombie should behave with only a few of them truly succeeding. This brings me back to “Warm Bodies”, because the zombies in this have a...
Cracked.com recently held a meme contest for the top "20 Most Viral Photos of the Upcoming Year" and it appears as if one of our Adult T-Rex costumes made it into the mix as an alternative suggestion to a CGI Smaug in the new "Hobbit" trilogy from Peter Jackson.