- Geek & Sci-Fi
Deep Sea Fauna With Googly Eyes is a single-serving Tumblr using stick-on googly eyes to dramatically improve terrifying deep sea creatures.
A Japanese man has posted images on Twitter of what he claims to be a tame giant hornet he is keeping as a pet.
We assure you, the title of this post is the least insane thing connected to it.
ADHD is ruining more childhood memories with 'Scientifically Accurate Sonic The Hedgehog'. But seriously, why does he do that with poo?
This will hands down be the most horrifying thing you read today.
Nintendo wants to teach small children about why puppets are terrifying with 'The Cat Mario Show.'
I don't believe that terror was the initial goal for this art piece, but it certainly didn't have to try hard to get there.
'Jurassic World' is filming in what appears to be a zombie game screenshot come to life.
Chuck E. Cheese has decided it needs virtual reality to stay on the cutting edge of terrifying small children.
McDonald's just announced its nightmare-inducing new mascot, an animated Happy Meal named "Happy."
A couple awoke one night to hear a man screaming from inside their baby's nursery, who had apparently hacked into their baby monitor.
NOOOOOOOOOOPE. NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE.
A rat managed to infiltrate New York's crowded A-train where it terrorized passengers. No, Remy, no!
Remember that bit of nightmare fuel where the old lady died, woke up, and then died again in a frozen tomb? Her family is suing big time.
An Grandmother who was declared dead after a heart attack turned out to be alive after all. I'm sleeping with the nightlight on this evening.
The Hiller Plumbing and Heating company out of Knoxville, Tennessee is one of the best arguments we've seen for focus groups.
Artist Jordan Wolfson and Spectral Motion decided it would be a good idea to make a creepy robot that stares at people and dances. I don't get it either.
A man in the UK was found by police on the side of the road missing his most prized body part. Basically, the worst scenario imaginable.
Look at this LEGO version of Ellen's Oscar selfie. Then look away. Then look again.