The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: 40 Years of Staying On the Interstate

It has been four decades since the release of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and few movies have influenced the horror genre so completely. It was originally banned in several countries upon its release and its characters and tropes would be copied, remixed and parodied for years afterwards. There would be no Freddy Krueger or Jason Voorhees or Evil Dead or Blair Witch Project without this movie. As one of the premier horror movies that was oddly enough a vehicle for social commentary, it’s message is brilliantly and sadly still relevant: do not get out of the car.

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Halloween Costumes Then & Now

While Halloween used to be a holiday for finding humor and ridiculing the power of death, this vaguely pagan celebration has changed drastically over the years as people of ages have embraced its versatility and opportunity for expression. The fashion surrounding the holiday changed drastically as well and Halloween costumes went through a number of changes as the focus of the holiday changed. Here we’ve gathered some old Halloween costumes and put them next to their modern counterparts so you can see how far we’ve come.

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Last Minute Halloween Shopping? We’ve Got You Covered

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The last weekend before Halloween is here, but it’s not too late to get a great costume! You need not find a white sheet and call yourself a ghost. If you order by Monday, October 27 at 5 pm PDT you can get a sweet costume by Halloween guaranteed. And as an added bonus for your belated shopping, you can use code LASTMIN15 at checkout and we’ll take 15% off your order. Hurry! This coupon expires at midnight on 10/27/14

If you need some Halloween costume inspiration, check out our 80s Movie Costume Guide for 45 easy and awesome costumes for individuals, couples, and groups. Dress as Johnny and Baby from Dirty Dancing, Snake Plissken from Escape From New York, the Caddies from Caddyshack, or Bob and Doug from Strange Brew!

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Classic Couples Costumes from 80s Movies

Halloween is fast approaching! Are you ready for the costumed festivities? If you and your significant other are still grasping for a good costume idea, check out our 80s Movie Costume Guide. And here we’ll show you the perfect 80s movie costumes for couples around!

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Four Excellent Group Costumes From 80s Movies

In case you haven’t noticed, the Found Item Clothing costume guide is back again with some new entries! Here we’ll highlight some of the best group costumes from the guide that sprang from 80s movies.

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The Enduring Genius of Nightmare on Elm Street

It has been 30 years since Wes Craven’s Nightmare on Elm Street scared the crap out of movie goers world wide. Freddy Krueger became an iconic killer at a time when slasher flicks were at their most over-saturated. And while some of those sequels were not quite as good and didn’t live up to the original, Freddy endures as a great villain and we’ll show you why!

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Hot Conspiracy Theory Fashions: Tinfoil Hat Edition

The leaves are beginning to fall just as the Illuminati planned, and it’s time to upgrade your drab anti-mind control apparatus with some chic, sleek tinfoil hats for Fall. Whether you think it’s the fluoride keeping everyone asleep, the lizard people or the chemtrails, Found Item Clothing guarantees that you’ll have the best head piece in your bunker.

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