- How to live stream Guadalajara vs. Atletico Madrid 3 Years Ago
- Forget Area 51—People are planning to storm the Bermuda Triangle 3 Years Ago
- It’s too late to book a room for the Area 51 raid 3 Years Ago
- Adam Sandler’s next Netflix film is a star-studded Halloween comedy 3 Years Ago
- How to live stream Arsenal vs. Real Madrid 3 Years Ago
- Netflix’s ‘7SEEDS’ is an abominable adaptation of the original manga Today 11:59 AM
- Alinity Divine hasn’t been punished for throwing her cat—and people are livid Today 10:16 AM
- Gamer Krucial B passes away during Defend the North tournament Today 9:25 AM
- Brexit supporter Boris Johnson becomes prime minister—spawning lots of memes Today 9:16 AM
- Democrats want to ban use of facial recognition in public housing Today 8:29 AM
- In America’s meme war, the left and right are fighting different battles Today 8:10 AM
- Mahershala Ali’s ‘Blade’ movie won’t arrive until Phase 5 of the MCU Today 7:18 AM
- Natalie Portman isn’t playing ‘female Thor’—she’s ‘Mighty Thor’ Today 7:08 AM
- How to watch ‘Breaking Bad’ online Today 7:00 AM
- Controversial Instagram influencer plans event called ‘The Scam’ Today 7:00 AM
In 2014, the world was introduced to a terrifying monster. Now everyone is dressed like him.
In 2014, the world was introduced to a terrifying monster called the “Babadook” in a film of the same name. A creepy man who, if the movie had been made in America, almost certainly would have been played by Johnny Depp.
What’s even more frightening than the Babadook himself, is showing up at a Halloween party dressed as him, only to find out nobody else even wore a costume.
Wow, the only thing that could be more terrifying than that is, say, the exact opposite thing happening.
To makes matters worse in the photo, one of the Babadooks is drinking a glass of wine. That guy is creepy enough as is. We can’t even imagine what he’s like drunk.
David Britton is a writer and comedian based in Rhinebeck, New York who focuses on internet culture, memes, and viral news stories. He also writes for the Hard Times and is the creator of StoriesAboutWizards.com.