Every Halloween I attempt to carve a simple, smiley-faced pumpkin, and you know what happens? It never turns out how I want it to look. The smile’s totally off every time–it looks like the pumpkin took a hockey puck to the face. But this year is going to be different. has a bunch of free pumpkin printable stencils that you can use when you’re carving your pumpkin including the Captain America logo, the House Stark sigil, the Ghostbuster logo and more. The best one is the Luigi death stare though. So go on and start carving some nerdy pumpkins!

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Here’s a new one. This video game by Bossa Studios has you carefully moving a piece of bread around a room. It’s supposed to be all part of its quest to become toast, and from the trailer it looks rather perilous. It falls into a toilet, wields a giant knife, and goes for a spin on a ceiling fan—all while you control each of its four corners to move it along. Who needs zombie games when you can play as the walking bread?

Check out the gameplay in the video after the break.

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You may know Jon Bailey as the guy who does the epic movie trailer voice in Screen Junkies’ Honest Trailers series. In this video, he’s teamed up with comedian Kevin Brueck and Alex Mandel to prank some unsuspecting diners in the food court. Bailey sits down, sound effects ready on his iPad, and narrates their meals making them so exciting, you’d think they really were on the big screen.

See the video after the break.

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We all love John Oliver. I mean, the guy’s hilarious and his new show Last Week With John Oliver has been a hit for HBO. There’s no denying he’s brilliant.

But John may have just pushed it a bit too far. He’s going after America’s love for pumpkin spice and he’s not pulling any punches.

That said, he does make some valid points. I mean, pumpkin spice lattes do taste a bit candle-y.

Check out the video after the break.

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Magician Rahat Hussein is really having too much fun messing with people at the drive-thru. We’ve featured plenty of his antics before, but this time he’s giving things a very spooky Halloween twist with the help of a chestburster. Predictably, everyone jumps out of their skin, but my favorite is the one completely unfazed worker near the end. Apparently, chestbursters have nothing on whatever she’s dealt with the rest of her shift.

Hussein worked with the people at Morph Suits to make his costume and you can even buy it online to scare your friends this Halloween.

See the video after the break.

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Generally speaking, censorship isn’t a good thing…unless it’s clever and funny. A prime example is a new Attack on Titan exhibition that’s being held at the Ueno Royal Museum in Tokyo in late November.

According to Livedoor News, in order to promote the exhibit, the museum put up posters like the one above at the Roppongi Station in Tokyo. AoT is all about giants eating people (and yeah, it can get bloody). So the museum went with some funny self-censorship by making it appear as if the Titans in the posters are eating fast food items instead of people.

The exhibit starts on November 28 and will run until January 25, and it will feature unique art from Hajime Isayama, the creator of AoT, an Oculus Rift 3D movie, a “realistic” Titan (yikes!) a specialized “sound and light” presentation and much, much more.

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You may remember that crazy potato salad kickstarter that ended up raising $55,000 back in July. Zack Brown, the man behind the kickstarter who was originally just looking for $10 to make his dish, threw the huge party he promised and raised lots of money for a local charity.

The Idaho Potato Commission and corporate sponsors donated the supplies to make the potato salad along with an extra $18,000 for the Columbus Foundation which fights hunger and homelessness. Additional funds will be coming from the party, making this the most charitable potato salad in history.

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