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From Carrie to dog butts, these will terrify you in ways you never thought possible.

With just a week until Halloween, it’s time to start asking the hard questions. What are the scariest movies? How should you dress up your kids and pets? And most importantly, how does one make a pumpkin keg?

These are the questions Chill users don’t have to worry about. Chill lets users rank and recommend their favorite clips from YouTube, Vimeo, and other video hosts. With a community 17 million members strong, the best videos quickly rise to the top.

Chill gave the Daily Dot its most recent tally of top-rated videos, this time, all about Halloween. From scary to silly, here are the nine most popular Halloween videos on Chill right now:

1) 2012 Halloween Light Show - Gangnam Style

Light shows aren’t just for Christmas, apparently. Check out that lip-syncing Jack O’ Lantern.

2) Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade

This two-faced boxer gives new meaning to being a butthead.

3)  Baby T-rex Costume (Movement Test - No Sound)

Sorry, everyone else. You lost the Halloween costume contest.

4) I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy

Devious parents put the “trick” back in “Trick or Treat.” Hysterical crying follows.

5) The Ellen Show: Halloween Costumes for Kids

2012’s most topical kiddie costumes, from Clint Eastwood to Magic Mike.

6) The Exorcist - Newly discovered rare test footage

Somehow, this old footage makes the movie even creepier.

7) How to Make a Pumpkin Keg

Jack O’ Lanterns are so passe. Here’s a boozier use for that pumpkin.

8) Carrie (2013) Official Teaser Trailer [HD]

It doesn’t come out until spring, but this movie would be perfect for a scary movie marathon.

9) Emily (Corpse Bride) Halloween Make-up

Make-up artist Promise Phan goes from regular girl to Tim Burton heroine in seven minutes.

Photo via Promise Phan/YouTube

 

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