Halloween is all about wearing the scariest, sluttiest, and weirdest thing you can think of – and we’ve seen LOTS of weird Halloween looks all around. But one look at this mask and I say this takes the cake for one of the most “horrifying” accessories around. Because nothing can make one feel more spooked out, grossed out, or even make you laugh out loud than a head mask that looks like the female genitalia.
This is probably the weirdest Halloween mask you’ll see this year – a female genitalia-inspired mask!
If you ask me, it looks like Lord Voldemort’s face with a clitty for a nose. Looking at its monstrously realistic glory, I bet you want to ask Why?!? Why make something like this and who would want to wear it?!? and fight the urge to vomit or get into a fetal position and try to un-see the disturbing imagery.
Made by artist Melissa Coulter, the unique silicone mask is sold for $480 over at Etsy.
Well, blame Melissa Coulter, the talented artist who created the mask. Made of silicon, this mask may be intended to bestow nightmares on anyone who will see it, but it’s actually made for people who indulge in BDSM practices.
If you’re actually interested in donning this vajayjay mask, scoot over to Etsy and place your orders for only USD $480. Believe it or not, the mask already got a 5-star rating on Etsy and has actually gathered positive reviews for its quality and craftsmanship.
Go share this funny mask with your social media buddies!
This Father Does Everything He Can to Protect His Daughter During a Zombie Apocalypse
Need a zombie movie that’s different from the rest? Check out this short film!
You've all probably seen the wildly popular Korean movie, Train to Busan, that chronicles the struggles of a father protecting his daughter from danger during a zombie apocalypse in moving train. If that's the kind of theme that floats your boat, then you'll definitely love this short film by Australian duo Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke called Cargo. It was created on a budget of $3,800, and took a total of two days to make.
With no dialog and maximum cinematic impact, Cargo tells the story of a man and his baby daughter as they're caught in a world filled with bloodthirsty zombies. Unlike in Train to Busan where the main character's kid is already old enough to follow instructions and keep herself away from harm, the child in this short film is just a baby who could cry at any minute and alert the zombies.
The film is heartbreaking, thrilling, and sometimes hard to watch. There's just the right balance of of anticipation and fear, though it's nowhere near the typical zombie chase movie. It is, however, a movie about racing against time. You'll see why immediately....
Real-Life Batman Makes the Guinness’ Book of World Records for Fully Functional Batsuit
Makes you wonder whether this guy is the real caped crusader.
There are times when cosplayers take their fantasy life seriously and create something worthy of history books.
This is exactly what happened when caped crusader fanatic and special creature effects expert, Julian Checkley embarked on his batsuit journey.
He created a costume nearly a hundred percent based on the animated series and videogames, it landed him on the Guinness’ Book of World Records....
To Capture The Perfect Shot, This Clever Photographer Had To Do The Belly Flop
Now that’s dedication, man! LOL!
Contrary to common opinion, it takes more than using a fancy camera to produce a great photograph.
For the most part, it takes a lot of talent and effort to come up with catchy and memorable shots. Actually, there are even some instances when a photographer literally has to step outside his or her comfort zone and do something insane just to get that effective photo. Case in point, this photographer from Japan personally had to do some belly flops just to create the needed effect for his photo. Known on Twitter by his handle snowfairy88, this clever photographer chose to jump in a pool to achieve a splashing background effect for his model.
The result, as you can guess, is both impressive and hilarious. Personally, I can’t help but admire the dedication....