Like most reasonable people, I do not love Halloween, but I'm not such a spoilsport as to hate it, either.
How every parent's worst nightmare unfolded in a small Texas town in 1974.
It's the most! Terrifying! Time! Of the year!
A man in North Carolina admitted to lying to police when he said he saw a clown tapping at his bedroom window, and security footage debunked the first report that kids saw a clown near the forest.
It appears that the creepy clowns trying—and failing—to lure kids into the woods in South Carolina have cut their losses and moved up north.
Who doesn't like candy?
We sat down with the notorious partier on our new VICELAND show Party Legends to find out how to prepare for night of heavy drinking and dancing, as well as innovative ways to clean up afterward.
Haribo is Carly Mark's favorite brand. For her first solo show, the artist brings advertising and consumerism to its logical conclusion by creating an apocalyptic advert starring Eric Wareheim as an anthropomorphic gummy.
As if doctors weren't already giving out ADHD medication like it's candy, now they literally can.
VICE host Damian Abraham meets Toronto's edible entrepreneurs to find out if a weed soda or a chronic cookie can really be considered medicinal.
This morning, authorities around the world open investigations after the Panama Papers leak, the Democratic candidates agree to a debate date, Facebook launches a new photo tool for blind people, and more.
Then we hear how rock band PUP overcame the fallout from playing 250 shows last year, and MUNCHIES tells us how the inventor of Jelly Belly jelly beans is making a comeback.
Happy Easter! Here are some GIFs of classic holiday treats having literal meltdowns.
In the first comic in our new series Musical Urban Legends, comics legend Peter Bagge tells the potentially true stories of music stars' daily lives. This one's about Prince.
Cops are calling it an "isolated incident."
"Oh! The sweet satisfaction of instilling blind fear in a child!"
No number of well-wishes or compliments preceding it can soften the word "no."
Sep 13, 2005
This year skip the tired ghost stories and razorblade candy and watch this selection of spooky VICE offerings.
For potheads the world over, Colorado is a beacon of freedom. But local legalization advocates are butting heads with those concerned about kids accidentally consuming edible pot.
M&M's World in Leicester Square seems oddly incongruous, even nestled between the Ben & Jerry's flagship store and tourist traps selling Kate Middleton shot glasses. How and why does it continue to exist?
The welfare money came in, so everyone's buying midnight candy bars.
Eating candy as an adult is a cognizant choice towards a non-optimal food source. If you can't show restraint, you deserve your self-induced diabetes and cavity mouth. But eating candy is the most adult thing a person can do.
Since I was a kid I've always loved everything about Japan. I'm passionate about the food. I've been collecting Japanese toys for years, and I have an affection for cosplay that has led to misunderstanding and mockery.
The Blobby Boys are green, best friends, and about to get evicted. Kristoff decides to leave his friend and live off the land till he meets a rich kid, who mistakes him for an alien and invites him home. He's not an alien, but he plays along. The kid has