All posts tagged: A Nightmare on Elm Street

Ben & Jerry’s Horror Movie Themed Ice Cream

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream…cause it’s inspired by horror movies and that is scary. This is a series of fictional Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavors based on famous horror movies and characters. Created by John Squires and artist Frank Browning for Freddyinspace, these ice cream names are almost as scary as trying to eat ice cream beside someone who is lactose intolerant. I know you can’t eat ice cream Ted but why won’t you just let the rest of us enjoy our lives! Enjoy the pictures.  

Cause Why Not?: Iconic 80s Villains as 80s Album Covers

Illustrator Rocky Davies has created a pretty awesome collection of iconic 80s villains featured as 80s style vinyl cover art. The albums features the likes of Doctor Doom, The Joker, Predator, Freddy Krueger, The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, Skeletor and of course fan favorite Shredder. The fact that Skeletor’s song is actually from the 90s aside, I feel like it was a real missed opportunity to connect the song ‘What’s Going On’ by Four Non-Blondes with him again. Regardless, these albums are incredible and should replace your loved ones as the new background on your phones. Enjoy.

Stay in School: Most Movies/TV Shows Filmed At The Same High School

This is John Marshall High School. It is located in Los Angeles, California and pretty much every movie/tv show you have ever seen involving a high school was filmed here. Well maybe not every movie/tv show, but a pretty good amount. Check it out:   Can’t Hardly Wait   Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me   Buffy The Vampire Slayer   Boy Meets World Well the outside at least…   The Wonder Years   Other movies and tv shows include: Room 222, Mr. Novak, Bachelor Party, Smart Guy, Sister, Sister, Grosse Pointe Blank, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Supernatural, Boston Public, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Cory in the House, Hannah Montana, Pretty in Pink, Good Burger, Zapped!, Like Father Like Son, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Lucas Tanner, Amityville 4, Charlie Bartlett, Slaughterhouse Rock, Cirque du Freak, School of Rock, Home Room, and iCarly.   But probably the most interesting fact:   Leonardo DiCaprio graduated from this school!