You don't have to spend a fortune to get the look of your favorite vintage Halloween decorations. Learn how to make these easy and inexpensive vintage-inspired trinket boxes with just a few items from the craft or dollar store. Fill them with your favorite knick-knacks, or with candy for a special Halloween gift!
It's that time of the year again—Dinner is Served 1972's annual Pieathalon, and yours ghoulishly was incredibly excited to participate this year along with 13 other vintage recipe enthusiasts & bloggers. See my spooky twist on this budget-friendly Depression-era recipe.
Hi! I'm Kaci, more commonly known as The Homicidal Homemaker. I started this website to inspire others to bring a spooky element to every day life through horror recipes, cocktails, crafts, & tutorials. Check out my recipes in every issue of Rue Morgue Magazine, and my horror cooking show on Screambox, YouTube, & AT&T Uverse/Comcast in Central CA.
Many of the flesh-eating scenes in the film were leftover hamburgers and meatballs from lunch…covered in chocolate syrup. So to pay homage to the “human flesh” the zombies feasted on throughout the film, I’ve concocted a rich and tangy BBQ sauce using Bosco Chocolate Syrup.
With a naturally-colored green homemade bun topped with my favorite "Everything Bagel" seasoning, my Nightmare Queen is a little different than the Nightmare King it is inspired by, but it's still oh-so-delicious.
Sinfully delicious and blood-red, these Blood Orange Morgue-aritas are pumped full of flavor: bold citrus essence from the blood oranges, the right amount of tartness from the limes, a hint of sweetness from the simple syrup, and of course...tequila!
Partying a little too hard? Or just staying up all night for Joe Bob Briggs' "The Last Drive-In" on Shudder? Re-animate your tastebuds and your body with these caffeinated jelly shot syringes inspired by Re-Animator!