From ghosts and ghouls to vampires and demons, Halloween is a time for spooks, scares, and having loads of fun with the people you care about. Costumes and decorations are a major element of this popular holiday, and you can use your 3D printer and creative mind to raise bigger goosebumps than ever before. So,
When it comes to Halloween, spreading holiday cheer and getting in the festive spirit looks a lot like taking a deep dive into a horror fest. Spooky skeletons, ghastly ghouls, and lots of candy corn are just the tip of the iceberg. The internet is full of urban legends that help you make the most
In this week’s packed show, Christian Cawley and James Frew cover everything from the Apple TV app on Amazon Fire Sticks to Halloween movies. On the way, free VPNs, record players, giant squids, reducing smartphone use, managing the Screen Time feature on macOS, and the latest installment of Christian’s Samsung tablet repair. Is it fixed?
Putting a bedsheet on and calling yourself a ghost for Halloween just doesn’t cut it anymore. Luckily, makeup artists on YouTube have made coming up with Halloween makeup ideas easier than ever. From prosthetic-free ideas to special effects makeup, here are 29 scary Halloween makeup tutorials and ideas to inspire your next terrifying costume. Halloween
The Halloween season is best known for nightmare-inducing horror films, but there are frightening TV shows worth watching too. With the TV horror genre on the rise, you can now scare yourself on a weekly basis—or binge-watch a scary series in a weekend. Keep in mind that most series are still limited by the restrictions
For some, Halloween is just another yearly event. For others, it’s a day of celebration wherein cobwebs, pumpkins, and everything in between fill the otherwise bleak walls of offices and homes. So why not your desktop? Read on to turn your once bleak desktop to a haunted wonderland using the completely free and insanely useful