But just how terrifying is this new ambassador of boxed meals? Well, to find out, we went ahead and placed Happy in a few classic horror films, to see if he’s a suitable replacement for a mass murderer, a devil baby, and a killer shark. You be the judge…
To help get into the Christmas spirit, or to help encourage your disdain for the holiday, ad agency Zulu Alpha Kilo created an ad campaign “featuring cute gingerbread men doing horrible things to one another.”
First up are zombies, which are always a hit. Just use beige fried rice as the flesh, beady off-set eyes, and lots of ketchup — undead lunch is served.
Frankenstein and ghost bentos can be seen below. Again, the rice color makes all the difference, and again, don’t skimp on the ketchup. Enjoy lunch, and have fun trying to get to sleep tonight.
Remember the scene in Alien, when dinner starts out innocently enough — until Kane starts violently convulsing and an alien pops out of his chest and creates a bloody mess? Well, now it’s a yummy dessert.
Brought to us by UK-based Lou Lou P’s Delights, the Alien Chestburster Macaron is part of an Alien-inspired series. All of which may ruin dinner, but will certainly make up for it during dessert.
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To help celebrate Tim Burton’s 55th birthday, Cakenweenie summoned cake artists to create works inspired by Burton’s films. Shuffling through the 100 cakes, it’s a reminder of some films that we forgot Burton had a hand in, i.e., the cakes that aren’t just a giant Johnny Depp. See more here.