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10 of the most haunted places in Britain

Just in time for Halloween, here’s a list of 10 of the most haunted places to visit in Britain- if you dare!

Seriously Creepy Vintage Halloween Costumes

When it comes to preparing your Halloween costume, it’s a real hard decision whether to go for sultry or to stick with spooky. While most of us can pick up a cheap costume on the Internet or whip up a super creative disguise using makeup and prosthetics; back in the day people had to make do and create costumes using ...

Imagine if Game of Thrones was a Disney film

Have you ever wondered what all your favourite Game of Thrones characters would look like had they been imagined in a Disney movie? Well now you can! In celebration of the newest season of the popular HBO fantasy TV series, Combo Estúdio have created this collection of amazing illustrations that we are loving!     Make sure to check out their ...

First look at Neil Patrick Harris as creepy ‘Count Olaf’

Netflix have recently blessed us with some quality TV and it just gets better. After teasing us with a little trailer (that may or may not be fake) of their upcoming show A Series of Unfortunate Events, fans have finally been given a first real glimpse of How I Met Your Mother's Neil Patrick Harris as creepy and eccentric character Count Olaf.

You may remember the children's book series was previously adapted to the big screen in the 2004 film starring Jim Carrey as Count Olaf. That film didn't seem to be a huge hit with no other sequels being produced afterwards, but this new TV adaptation of the classic 13-book series looks set to be a hit.



The series is currently filming in Vancouver, Canada for a release later this year and as well as Neil Patrick Harris, it will also star Usman Ally, Patrick Warburton, Louise Hynes and Malina Weissman to name a few.

Check out the trailer and the new pictures below:

 





 



 

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4 movies to watch in May

The month of May is looking to be a great one in terms of the movies that will be hitting the big screen. So, if you’re looking for something to watch but aren’t quite sure what’s going to be available, here’s a run down of some of the latest movies that are coming to the cinema!   X-Men: Apocalypse X-Men: ...

Is this the most helpful dog ever?

We all need a helping hand sometimes, and what better way to get that then from your best friend? Man’s best friend in fact, and a paw to be that helpful hand! Lucky owner Greg Baskwell is going the right way about it and we can’t help but be a little jealous about how cute and helpful his dog is! ...

Films to watch this year

2016 is a great year for the film business, and there’s so many films to look forward to. Check out this list of films you need to see this year! Fantastic Beats and Where to Find Them Magizoologist Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) must track down an array of magical creatures in 1926 New York. When? November 18 Captain America: Civil ...

Hate someone? Send them a personalised AUBERGINE

Have you heard of Egg Plant Mail? No? Neither did we. It’s a website in which you can anonymously send someone a personalised aubergine. Yes, you heard it right. Personalised aubergines…A service is now available online where you can send one to anyone in the world. Strange yes, but a random and quite funny “gift” you can send to a ...

This puzzle has even Harvard students baffled. Can you solve it?

Psychologist Daniel Kahneman has a book called Thinking Fast and Slow. In said book is a riddle that according to Kahneman, even students at prestigious Harvard have struggled to solve. Apparently more than half of students at some of the leading universities in the world have got the answer wrong! Can you solve it?       If you really ...

Chinese soldiers smash CONCRETE with their heads

A video that is currently circulating on Chinese social media platform Weibo shows a group of Chinese soldiers breaking concrete blocks and porcelain bowls with their bare hands and heads. OUCH. And just when you thought you had seen it all..

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