10 Terrible Movies that Had Great Candy Tie-ins

Everybody loves candy, but candymakers still don’t mind hopping on board the marketing machine of a big summer movie. The result: promotional candy tie-ins, which are often unusual flavors, and usually limited edition. Like movies themselves, some of these are good, and some are bad. Here are 10 delicious candies and… » 10/28/13 10:00am 10/28/13 10:00am

Life-sized chocolate baby heads are this season's creepiest confection

For the cannibal with a sweet tooth and a strong stomach come these massive white chocolate sculptures sculpted to look like infants' heads. Want to keep yourself from overindulging in sweets this holiday season? Every time you pick up a piece of chocolate, imagine on of these creepy things staring up at you. » 12/01/12 7:30am 12/01/12 7:30am

French bees unwittingly make blue honey from M&M's

In France's northeastern Alsace region, bees have been purloining the brightly hued, sugary waste products from a biogas plant outside of the town of Ribeauville to make blue and green honey. Where's this rainbow sticky stuff coming from? Why, a Mars chocolate factory 62 miles away from these particular beehives.… » 10/05/12 6:50am 10/05/12 6:50am

Gruesome injuries recreated with candy and ice cream are pure nightmare…

What you're currently squirming at is Faces 5, a cloyingly morbid series of portraits by Utrecht photographer Ashkan Honarvar, whose work deals with the malleability of the human body. In these unnerving photographic manipulations, men's mutilated faces weep sprinkles, frosting, and candy vines. The ensuing pictures… » 6/18/12 6:20am 6/18/12 6:20am

10 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Halloween

Seeing as Halloween lands on a Monday this year, for many of us the most debaucherous festive parts of the holiday came and went this weekend. But Halloween is far from over. Tonight, an estimated 41-million trick-or-treaters will take to the streets en masse to demand candy from you, egg your house, and TP the trees… » 10/31/11 10:00am 10/31/11 10:00am