Tuesday, 15 July 2014
Day of the dead is the Mexican holiday celebrated in Mexico and all around the world. It is celebrated in commemoration of the passing of loved ones and family members. As the holiday focuses remembrance of friends and family members who have died; but it takes a carnival like atmosphere where people built avatars, honoring with marigold and visiting graves with these gifts. So it is converted into colorful event. Are your costumes ready or you are just worried about which costume to wear? Don’t worry if you haven’t. Grab the costumes which will perfectly suit the holiday, complete your look with skull and bone masks!
Includes hanging witch prop with poseable arms.Hanging Witch, hanging prop, decoration, scary, halloween
This costume includes dress and mini hat headband. Does not include tights or shoes.
This costume includes hat, dress, footless leggings. Does not include shoes. This is an officially licensed Grateful Dead costume.
This costume includes dress, leggings, and hat. Does not include shoes, fingerless gloves, or broom.
This costume includes dress, apron, collar, hat and sculpted noose. Does not include shoes.
Thursday, 12 June 2014
Shout, scream and howls are what your hear on Halloween. Make it even scarier. Dress like a zombie, ghost or witch. Spread the chills of fear around. Walk down the dark dingy alley and make the people around run away in fear. Have fun with your fellow zombies on Halloween. Below are few scary costumes. Look at your risk people.The Last Airbender-Deluxe Blue Spirit Child Costume
This costume includes jumpsuit with attached gloves, mask, and boot covers. This is an officially licensed American Horror Story costume.
Carved pumpkins, hanging zombies, candy cane and more. These are few of the essential decorations for Halloween. But Halloween brings along wide range of scary creepy decorations to give our house the true feel of haunted house. You should really experiment with different kinds of decorations. With a little creativity and the help of these decoration you can create wonders. So pull up your sleeves and get down on work. To help you I have listed few decoration items that can come handy
A twenty-six inch deluxe blow molded machete, splattered with fake blood. A must have to complete your Jason costume. This is an officially licened Jason and Friday the 13th product.
Friday, 6 June 2014
Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died.
When it comes to costume it’s just not about the ghost or witch costumes, it need some creativity to stand out in the crowd. Bored wearing those boring pre-packaged costumes that flood the streets on the day? Now when festival rolls around and everyone must be thinking about getting that perfect costume. I was also looking for some scary spooky costumes and found many. The collection is so impressive that now I will be buying for my whole family. Some costume websites are fine, but those costumes don't show much in way of innovation.
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The Nightmare Before Christmas costume.
shoes not included. Adult sizes XXL and XXXL.
Remember! The makeup you put on is very important, as it enhances your look. Your makeup must justify your costume. Innovation is the key! I hope you like the ideas! Thank You!
Friday, 28 March 2014
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Wednesday, 26 March 2014
Last month we shined the spotlight on six zombie cameos you might have missed on The Walking Dead - fun little Easter egg homages that makeup effects artist/producer Greg Nicotero likes to throw in from time to time. Everyone from Dawn of the Dead's 'Flyboy' to the undead Jack from An American Werewolf in London has showed up for quick appearances in the past, and last night Nicotero continued the 'Where's Waldo?' fun with a tribute to perhaps the most beloved zombie of all time.
In the Nicotero-directed episode - which you can read a recap of right here on FEARNET - Glenn and Tara bravely trekked through a dark, zombie-infested tunnel, which both of them narrowly escaped with their lives. The scene very much evoked the feeling of George Romero's Day of the Dead, and Nicotero capitalized on that fact by inserting a pretty familiar looking zombie into the proceedings, who was only seen in quick blink and you'll miss him flashes.
In the event that you indeed did blink and miss him, check out a couple screen grabs from Bub's cameo below, which come to us courtesy of Cannibal Reviews!The original Day of the Dead was the first film Nicotero worked on, serving as Tom Savini's assistant and even appearing on screen in a brief role. A career come full circle, to say the least!
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Monday, 24 March 2014
Harry Harvey and his mum Debbie Munro set up Calaca Loca, meaning day of the dead in Mexican, around a year ago once Harry returned from an 11-year stint as a chef in California.
Having moved away at 16 to train as a chef and after working in fine dining restaurants abroad, Harry decided it was time to become his own boss as well as move closer to his family.
“I wanted to set up my own business and the food truck was quite a cost effective way of doing it,” said Harry.
“A lot of the cooks in California were Mexican or Latino so I learnt from them.”
Harry, 34, is bringing an authentic taste of Mexico with his own personal twist to the streets of North Devon.
But he said he soon realised it was not as easy as just setting up a van and parking anywhere he liked.
“Although you can go anywhere it is not that simple,” said Harry. “And at first we were a bit sceptical. We thought ‘oh my God have we made a mistake’, but now we have a good following and a lot of customers come twice a week.
“Now I would like to go further afield.”
Harry said he serves up two or three specials every week, but has a core group of dishes including nachos, burritos and chilli which he makes with a whole piece of braised beef.
“We are finding people have been to Mexico, tasted the food out there and then want that when they come home,” said Debbie, 57.
She said Harry had always been interested in cooking and there are various Mexican cookbooks lying around the house for when inspiration is lacking.
Harry and Debbie have already taken Calaca Loca to various festivals around North Devon and are booked in for a lot more this year.
The pair currently sell food at Newport Terrace, Newport, Barnstaple, on a Wednesday evening between 6.30pm and 8.30pm and in Wrafton Road, Braunton, on a Friday night between 5.30pm and 8.30pm.
But they could soon be coming to a town near you.
“We want to hit the more touristy areas in the summer,” said Debbie. “That is our next action plan.”