Basically once Labor Day has passed, we spend our time gearing up for Halloween, which means apple cider, carving pumpkins, and loads and loads of terrible scary movies. The only problem is that there are bad scary movies and then there are *bad* scary movies, and the only way to tell the difference between the two usually involves sacrificing 40 minutes or so of your life.
Halloween is coming, and we thought we'd get into the spirit of things by revisiting one of our favorite sets of spooky photos ever. These candid pics were taken of people passing through the Nightmares Fear Factory in Niagara Falls and they show the funny/scared/shocked faces we all really make when in a haunted house. Unlike the haunted houses we've been to, this one must actually be scary -- faces like this don't lie.
Just a friendly word of warning -- once a particularly good misheard lyric makes its way into your brain, you will never hear the correct lyrics ever again. Having said that, check out these hilarious misheard lyric Vines!
Have you ever found yourself watching the classic comedy 'Big' and wondered to no one in particular (or possibly your cat) how much it would cost to live like Tom Hanks' character? Well, we also wondered that, and decided to break down his awesome apartment in terms of today's costs.
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