Despite what science fiction movies tell us, real world robots aren’t all creepy and trying to murder us. They build cars, assemble electronic gadgets, disarm bombs, and take on tasks humans don’t want to do. But this robot really does want to kill.
Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice is still one of my favorite movies of all time. It featured a great mix of wacky characters, funny dialogue, clever stop-motion animation, quirky visuals, and lots of weird and creepy stuff too.
Growing up, it would get really boring about 1.75 days into summer break, and I would be looking for anything to do. Since we lived in a rural area with literally nothing to do, that meant lots of daytime TV.
If you say Twin Peaks to me, my first thought is waitresses in skimpy outfits (Al Bundy would be so proud). My second thought is the early ’90s TV series that everyone thought was so cool back in the day.
What in the unholy hell of puppetry!? I won’t be getting any sleep tonight after seeing this bit of nightmare fuel – and neither will you. To prepare for their upcoming summer camp, the Canada Science and Technology Museum Science Mobile team removed a Tickle Me Elmo doll’s red fur and proceeded to tickle it.
In space no one can hear you snack. Fans of the Aliens movies will love this creepy Xenomorph Egg Cookie Jar, though it might scare you every time you enter the kitchen.
This cookie jar looks like a xenomorph egg, and it even has a facehugger lid.
Do you want an instant winner for a costume contest? Check out this amazing handmade mask and helmet combination that is both awe-inspiring and terrifying.
The Erebus design was created by Brian Cargile of Two Horns United, and will transform its wearer into some kind of evil being straight out of a video game set in the postapocalyptic future.
Sometimes Amazon’s Alexa gives creepy responses. Just do a Google search. You know how to make it even creepier? By turning Alexa into a talking skull. No, that’s not creepy at all.
Mike McGurrin created this abomination – it’s the virtual assistant you never ever wanted.
O Discordia! I am a big fan of The Dark Tower franchise and one of the things that I really liked was how Stephen King wove himself into the story. I also liked how you read books within books in some parts, it’s like Bookception.
My kids have had a few cats over the years, and that means that I have had to take care of them. As far as I can tell cats are, as a species, assholes. One cat prefered to piss in our fake houseplant as opposed to the litter box.
One of the most famous rides that Disney has at its theme parks is the Haunted Mansion. This ride puts you into cars that roll through what looks like a Victorian era haunted hause. Along the way, you see yourself in the mirrors and it looks like ghosts are riding with you.
You might remember that leaked footage of Boston Dynamics’ latest killer robot, Handle. Well now they’ve released an official video of Handle so we can all be officially terrified.
This wheel-legged robot is the stuff of nightmares.
Disney has been working for quite some time on an Avatar themed attraction, and they recently gave the world its first look at one of the animatronic Na’vi characters from the upcoming Pandora attraction at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Florida.
Growing up, we had this tiny fluffy Maltese dog, and it was a vindictive little asshole. If you made him mad, he would creep up on the back of the couch all lovie dovie, nuzzle your ear, and then bite the shit out of your neck.
Dan and Lincoln Markham from the What’s Inside? channel like to cut things apart to see what their guts look like. This time, they decided to disassemble an original 1985 Teddy Ruxpin talking bear using knives and a sledgehammer to reveal the toy’s innards.
Survival Research Labs founder Mark Pauline has made a crazy machine that features rotary jaws and eyeballs made from dried squirrels encased in rotating glass orbs. Yes, you read that right.
This monstrosity is simultaneously silly and terrifying.