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Horror Cake Pops are Too Scary to Eat

by Hazel Chua
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I couldn’t sleep for days after watching Carrie. I cringed every time I saw someone with a video camera after I watched The Blair Witch Project. And don’t even get me started on The Exorcist.

Some people say that you’ve got to immerse yourself in the things you fear the most so that you’ll get over them. And what better way to get over these horror flicks than by chomping on the women featured in them? That probably sounds a little wrong, but you’ll get it once you see this series of cake pops that Miss Insomnia Tulip whipped up recently.

Horror Cake Pops Carrie

Each horrifyingly detailed pop features the leading ladies of all three movies I mentioned earlier, plus Misery (which I have yet to watch.) They’re made and painted wonderfully, but I’m not sure I can stomach these cake pops, much less bite their heads off in the process of eating them.

Horror Cake Pops Excorcist

Horror Cake Pops Misery

Horror Cake Pops Blair Witch

[via Eat Your Heart Out via Laughing Squid]

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