Incredibly creepy meerkat mask


 
Calling all budding horror directors! Looking for a unique, bizarre and terrifying mask to adorn the face of your killer? Then look no further - this is the Elliot’s Costume & Fancy Dress shop of Belfast’s “meerkat” mask. It’s based on the really fucking annoying “Compare The Markets” adverts in the UK. Here’s one:
 

 
So you see, it would also be giving your killer a satirical, anti-consumerist twist. And horror critics love that kind of shit.

The mask can be yours for only £8.50GBP - if interested, you can order it here
 
Thanks to Patrick Baston.
 

Written by Niall O'Conghaile | Discussion
Is this the future of advertising?
07.14.2011
11:00 am

Topics:
Media

Tags:
advertising
YouTube
creepy

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The British company PHD Worldwide would like you to think so. Here’s what they have to say:

We Are The Future is our stab at how the next generation could engage with brands. We made projections on what the media landscape could be like in ten years (based on what we are seeing now) and thought it may be interesting to get the next generation to voice it. So the viewer is confronted by children in their early teens telling today’s marketing community what they will need to do to up their game. It is a provocation and an invitation to the marketing industry to comment (and hopefully debate).

Betraying the adage that “any publicity is good publicity,” and bringing to mind the famous Bill Hicks quote (which I don’t necessarily agree with) “if you’re in advertising or marketing, kill yourself,” it’s fair to say that the reaction to this clip has been overwhelmingly negative. But is it a sign of things to come? Judge for yourself… 
 

 
Originally posted on 02/26/11.

Written by Niall O'Conghaile | Discussion
The Baby Bullet: Creepy infomercial made even creepier
05.31.2011
11:59 am

Topics:
Amusing
Unorthodox

Tags:
creepy
The Baby Bullet


 
The Baby Bullet looks innocent enough, right? No, no it’s not. Pure. Nightmare. Fuel.

You can watch the original Baby Bullet infomercial here.

 
(via TDW)

 

Written by Tara McGinley | Discussion