Tuesday, September 27, 2011

10 Kickass Homemade Halloween Costumes!

I spent a good hunk of the day yesterday prowling the deepest darkest recesses of Google Image search to find the coolest and most creative homemade Halloween costumes I could find, the ones based off of characters from horror movies. Though it was fun, I didn't do it for my own health. As with most everything I find myself doing, I did it for your enjoyment. So here are the cream of the crop, my top 10 favorite costumes I found in my travels!

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*bonus points if you know what movie this is from*

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You probably noticed that most of these are either from WTF Costumes or Coolest Homemade Costumes, so you should probably book stays at those two sites if you're looking for further costume inspiration!

10 comments:

Steve Fletcherson said...

Bonus: Is it Victor Pascow from Pet Sematary?

Jonny Metro said...

The Jaws one is my favorite. The Human Centipede one would have been better if it was three actual people--the genre fan's version of the two-man donkey costume.

My mother made me a Smurf costume when I was a child. Not horror-related, but it looked pretty good. Sorry, though...you're not getting a picture!

--J/Metro

Michele (TheGirlWhoLovesHorror) said...

Okay, I love the Shining twins, the Jaws family and the Exorcist couple! Those are fantastic, thanks for sharing!

Johnny said...

Steve - Good guess, but guess again!

Cat said...

Are you talking about the woman biker from The Sixth Sense pic? Is that who we have to guess? :)

Anonymous said...

The dead bike chick from Sixth Sense?

Johnny said...

Yep, it's the dead biker from Sixth Sense. What a creative costume!

Highly Caffeinated said...

Couldn't stop laughing at the Human Centipede one. So good, I shared it on facebook. It went down a treat. I'd be telling you this on fb, except some douche reported the photo, and I'm now unable to post anything for 2 days.

Totally worth it though!

bagman974 said...

Hell,I remember for Halloween 1984 I dressed as a Ghostbuster.Not one thing was a official GB item,the proton pack was just an old school backpack,the blaster was a Radio Shack ray gun I'd gotten for Christmas a year earlier,and the jumpsuit was my dad's old painter overalls.

Ty said...

Haha, love the gremlins outfit! All of them are really cool!