It’s a lot.
It’s a lot.
Don’t turn out the lights.
The children “fight” the monsters with swords and wands.
It’s good to be the King of the Monsters.
There’s a special place in hell for people who mix M&Ms and Skittles in the same candy dish.
Someone, somewhere, is making sweet love to a loaf of bread.
We seriously had to wait for over an hour to see the shark in Jaws
Just when you thought that hairy toad was safe…
Is Sasquatch fact or fiction? You decide!
These animals actually existed. BRB crying.
Because some cryptids are just obviously better than others. (Non-exhaustive, but pretty exhaustive.)
The team at Yahoo’s SketchY weekly comedy web series just dropped an anvil on the sports world, and it’s amazing.
The X-Files did it better.
Monsters do exist!
Click here and die!
When she leaned in for a photo, he reportedly said, “But I smell.” She responded, “Don’t worry, I smell too.”
Let Mother Monster guide your life.
Our childhood drawings are amazing and weird. And they’re even more amazing and weird when they’re real.
Doug Jones is the most transformative actor out there, LITERALLY.
17-year-old Terri Leigh Cox spotted this strange beast running through a park in Dorchester, Dorset. “It looked about the size of a small gorilla.”
Thyrza Segal takes the kind of boring paintings you find in every thrift shop everywhere and makes them exactly one million times better by adding monsters to them. Check these bad boys out — you can find more of her work at her etsy store.
This is a public service announcement: Stay away from these lunatics. They are not natural.
‘Tis the season to get your festering little monster a giant lump of coal.
JK, just him being fake scared by fake zombies and monsters.
For a child, monsters can be real.
Ever wonder what’s in Godzilla? Well wonder no more!
So you’re telling me that the “Stay Puft” monster in “Ghostbusters” was only 100 feet tall and that the “Cloverfield” monster comes in at 180 feet? Suddenly an attack by monsters on New York City seems like much less of a “Dooms Day” scenario.
XV Century illustrators were pretty fucked up …
One of the funniest face swaps to date. And by funny, I mean terrifying.