40 More Unique And Funny Pop Culture Halloween Costumes On A Budget


Earlier this month we put together a collection of 40 pop culture Halloween costumes on a budget and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia inspired Halloween costumes. Now we have another 40 ideas for those of you still procrastinating about picking a costume. If you’re still at a loss, you may find the costume idea you’re looking for at our other Halloween costume galleries here, here, and here.

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This guy dressed as Nong Chul’s cameo in “Gangnam Style” is going to be dancing with so many PSY impersonators this Halloween. [via]

Ron Swanson is right for the whole family. [via]

Danger Zone! (Lana from Archer) [via]

YES. [via]

Catbreading buddies [via]

Jeff and Annie from the second paintball battle (Community) [Pop Culture Geek via Neatorama]

I really want to distract the guy on the far left so he gets separated from the crew and has to be just a ho. [via]

“Cora was Dwight Schrute for Halloween. We had to take a photo in front of this Dwight stencil we found a while back.” — @stott [via]

A very inexpensive LEGO costume made with cardboard and SOLO cups. [via]

This Gerald Martin Johanssen (Hey Arnold!) costume is incredibly easy to make. [via]


Jeffrey Nappi made his own Deadmau5 helmet. Videos available here.

Max and his boat from Where the Wild Things Are [Modern Kiddo via Neatorama]

“Pun costumes are always best: French Kiss” — GoingAllTheJay

[Jaxzin via Neatorama]

A paper doll and her sister, “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs” [via]

“My costume last year. I had portable speakers playing the soundtrack hidden in it.” — little_joe

Instructions here.

Quagmire Halloween Costume [via]


Instructions here.

“When making this Halloween costume, we forgot to put any thought into the whole bathroom situation at the bars…” — Britttaaa

Close enough. [Catsmob via Fashionably Geek]

Artie, the strongest man in the world (Pete and Pete) [via]

[Catsmob via Fashionably Geek]

Wilson from Home Improvement [via]




Quick and cheap Storm Trooper costume [via]

“Need a kid’s Storm Trooper helmet? A plastic milk jug makes a surprisingly good shape to build on!” — MAKE

This Star Wars costume, on the other hand, might be a little too cheap. [Catsmob via Fashionably Geek]


Chavman? [Catsmob via Fashionably Geek]

Roberto the Robot from Futurama has got to practice his stabbin’. [via]

Scruffy from Futurama [via]

Brought to you by the letter N, for Nightmares. [via]