Now that Halloween is quickly approaching, why not grab a few friends and visit these 10 real-life locations that famous horror movies used in order to scare and thrill their audience? It's a good way to get some spine-tingling chills as you walk past these infamous sites without having to spend the money to visit a haunted house or go on a ghost tour.
Linkin Park's commitment to the 'Transformers' franchise has yielded a pretty cool by product as there's now a special edition Linkin Park Transformers action figure. The band is teaming with Loudwire, Noisecreep and Comics Alliance to give you a chance to win this unique figure, signed by Linkin Park DJ Joe Hahn.
Everyone knows that vampires suck … your blood!!!! Seriously though, do you know the history behind modern vampire lore? These creatures of the night have been lurking around for a very long time, although the princes and princesses of darkness have taken on different guises and mythologies throughout the ages.
Remember the good old days when Halloween meant trick-or-treating and bobbing for apples? Well, technology has made All Hallow's Eve a whole lot scarier. From advanced video displays to motion-sensing devices, these Halloween-themed gadgets will turn your home into a truly terrifying house of horrors.
Nobody ever needs to post a proposal video on the internet again. Seriously, unless you can top mushroom clouds, 'Also sprach Zarathustra' and a man screaming "Dennis Bergkamp" over and over again, your video isn't even going to come close.
If you're looking for a catalyst to provide you with a nice, end-of-workweek tear-fest, look no further than this video of a fireman rescuing a kitten. Seriously. You will cry. If you don't cry, please share your stony ways with us, because we embarrassed ourselves in the office watching this video
This fella decided getting hit by a car would make a wonderful Vine. It's like they say, "No pain, no fame." Of course, there's also the issue whether the Vine is real, since, you know, fake videos are a thing now.
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