Monthly Archives: March 2012

Dr. Horrible Cosplay Fun at WonderCon 2012

Here’s a nice little video clip for Dr. Horrible fans. When director/producer RdDrfJames came upon a group of Dr. Horrible cosplayers at WonderCon, he had them recreate famous scenes from the musical. Very cool!

Hopefully this can tide you over until we get that Horrible Sequel. Supposedly, the Whedon crew will start filming more Horribleness this summer!

Possibly the silliest thing I’ve ever filmed…and one of the most awesome things as well. I meet up with a group of Dr. Horrible Cosplayers at WonderCom who were up for helping me recreate some memorable scenes from Dr. Horrible’s Singalong Blog. This is was totally spontaneous, unscripted and was just a lot of fun.

[via RdDrfJames]

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Live Action Adventure Time Costumes

To promote the upcoming season of Adventure Time, Cartoon Network made some costumes and put together this live action promo!

The costume fun kicks in around the 50-second mark. They’ve done a great job transforming the animated characters into real life, very interesting. And get ready for season 4, premiering Monday, April 2nd on the Cartoon Network!

[via Daily What]

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Funny Celebrity Dog Costumes

Wow, these celebrity dog costumes crack me up! That Snooki Dog is sporting some major cleavage, lol.

Costume Craze just announced a new line of dog costumes based on popular celebs, including Snooki, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and… Mr. T? Why not! Sounds fun, though I’m not sure how long a dog can stand wearing a wig and sunglasses.

Check ’em out at Costume Craze!

[via Costume Craze]

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Egyptian Parody Dance from 1950

This video is a strange one, I admit — but once you start watching it’s rather hypnotic.

British performers Wilson, Keppel and Betty perform a strange Egyptian costume dance in 1950. This is rather unusual, perfect for a Monday morning!

Wilson, Keppel and Betty were a popular British music hall act in the middle decades of the 20th century who capitalised on the trend for Egyptian imagery following the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun. Their stage act, called the “sand dance”, was a parody of Egyptian postures, combined with references to Arabic costume. The lithe and extremely lanky Wilson and Keppel, who wore long mustaches and make up to emphasize the sharp angularity of the features so as to appear almost identical, would demonstrate their impressive suppleness in adopting wild gestures and dancing in identical “stereo” movements…

[via ScreenStageAndSong]

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The Pope Wears a Sombrero

Welcome to MyDisguises, your source for hard hitting costume news. Today is no exception, as news outlets everywhere are reporting this awesome headline: Pope puts on sombrero in Mexico. Nice! Doesn’t he look great?

You can watch the AP video above, and Yahoo also has a different video below.

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Cardboard Hellboy and Abe Sapien Costumes

Sometimes, all you need is a little cardboard and paint to make a great costume. Just look at these guys! Amazing Hellboy and Abe Sapien costumes, wow. Not sure what Con this was taken at, but I’m sure they were a huge hit.

[via Neatorama]

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Peaceful Dog Costume

This dog just wants to give peace a chance. LOL, that’s quite a costume!

[via WeHateCollege]

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Gods & Pharaohs at the Elf Fantasy Fair

Here’s a great trailer for the upcoming Elf Fantasy Fair at Castle de Haar, Haarzuilens, NL. April 21-22, 2012, over 25,000 costumes be shown in Europe’s second largest Costume Parade (second only to the Carnival of Venice).

This year’s theme is “Gods & Pharoahs” and I bet the costumes will be out of this world. For more information, you can visit the Official Website.

Bonus Clip! Here are some fabulous Vampire Hunters from last year. Very cool!


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