They’re the Slipnutz and they’re slippin’ on nuts! Clownin’ around, and slippin’ on nuts! The Slipnutz are from the classic Late Night with Conan O’Brien skit The Slipnutz, where Conan mistakenly books a show for Slipnutz rather than heavy metal band Slipknot. The Slipnutz even opened for real life Slipknot at the Continental Arena in 2005.
Blank Banshee is a Canadian musician and one of the pioneers of the vaporwave movement. His real name along with many of his personal details remain unknown and he often appears masked live and in photos. He has gained much Internet fame for his vaporwave music albums and unique artwork.
Eric Lynn Wright is Eazy-E, a member of the rap group NWA straight outta Compton and known as the Godfather of Gangsta Rap. He’s also known for his beef with mate Dr. Dre and producer Suge Knight.
Formed in the 1980s, Run-D.M.C. is one of the most influential hip hop groups, being the first of the genre to earn a platinum release on their album. The rap group consists of Run, DMC, and Jam Master Jay who got the shaft when it came to naming the group.
Michael Jackson’s landmark music video, Thriller, is an epic 13-minute horror cinematic, directed by John Landis and starring a horde of zombies. Its 1983 release set a bar for music videos that has yet to be met.
MC Hammer is the stage name of Stanley Burrell, an 80s hip hop artist known for his smash hits “U Can’t Touch This” and “2 Legit 2 Quit”, which feature his flashy dance moves and ultra baggy pants that came to be known simply as Hammer Pants.
Cyndi Lauper is a singer-songwriter who reached stardom with hit singles “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” and “Time After Time”. Her dazzling colorful fashion, which ruled the MTV airwaves, is quintessential 80s style.
From Beyonce’s epic album Lemonade, “Hold Up” is a single accompanied by a music video in which Beyonce goes ham on multiple cars and security cameras. She must have enjoyed making this video more than any other.
Herbert West (Jeffrey Combs), also known as the Re-Animator, is the villain of the cult classic 80s comedy-horror film “Re-Animator”, its sequels, and its 2011 stage musical, all based on HP Lovecraft’s short story “Herbert West–Reanimator”. He also was the subject in the Dynamite Comics series “Re-Animator” and even crossed paths with Ash Williams from Evil Dead in the Army of Darkness Vs Re-Animator comic series (An fun idea for a pair cosplay). Chemistry tubes/head optional. Bring “life” to any party in this gross out costume!