Routinely relive the most chill-inducing, heart-stopping, game-changing moment in cinema history with this lenticular enamel pin from Creepy Co. You will never forget the feeling when you first saw the precedent of film forever changed by Tommy Wiseau’s The Room.
Terror Threads kicks off ‘Women in Horror Month’ by celebrating the Soska Sisters’ debut film, Dead Hooker in a Trunk, and Tobe Hooper’s 1974 classic, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
“You know, in a really fucked up way, this is probably the most fun I have ever had.”
Fright-Rags’ Chucky collection includes four T-shirts, five enamel pins, and two pairs of socks. Various designs of the iconic killer doll, throughout the Child’s Play franchise, are represented by artists Eddie Holly, Nathan Milliner, Jason Edmiston, Matthew Skiff, Matt Ryan Tobin and Sara Deck.
“Hi, I’m Chucky. Wanna play?”
Local Boogeyman has brought you Zomboogey: The grooviest tees from the monstrous exploitation cinema and industrial tunes of Rob Zombie. And today you can get your filthy hands on both classic and distressed Captain Spaulding mugshot tees. I suggest you buy one now, because the likelihood is that this t-shirt will no longer be available in 24 hours. You have been warned!
“Don’t ya like clowns? Don’t we make ya laugh? Aren’t we fuckin’ funny?”
Space out in 2018 with airings of cult classic movies: The Craft, Labyrinth and Bubba Ho-Tep, and classic science fiction television: Andromeda and Stargate: Atlantis; only on Comet TV!
Need to warm up on the cold winter Wednesdays? Look no further than Comet TV’s brand new 2-hour block of Edgar Allan Poe programming.
“Relax… It’s only magic. Now who’s pathetic?”
Michael Dougherty’s horror anthology is a Halloween classic that no fan should miss. The film is an anthology composed of four interconnected tales that are all brilliantly shot and suitably scary.
The fact that this film is not derivative in any manner is a near miracle. Each story has a life of its own and fits together seamlessly with the next. The scares, dark comedy and bloody violence are well balanced and I can see watching Trick ‘r Treat each Halloween…
“If you don’t follow the rules tonight, you won’t live to see tomorrow.”
Announced yesterday on Friday the 13th, Waxwork Records proudly presents the Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter original motion picture soundtrack on deluxe double LP. In addition to the release of Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter on vinyl, Waxwork Records presents the re-release of their vinyl soundtrack to the Halloween anthology film Trick ‘r Treat, as a deluxe picture disc set.
“Jason’s back, and this is the one you’ve been screaming for.”
Fright-Rags have a treat for you… A new collection dedicated to Trick ‘r Treat, and a Friday the 13th Part III t-shirt; available only for 24 hours on Friday the 13th. Also, relive your childhood with three new t-shirts designed by Abrar Ajmal and Coki Greenway, based on three Halloween family favorites: 1993’s Hocus Pocus, 1986’s The Worst Witch (featuring Tim Curry), and ‘The Disney Sunday Movie’ Mr. Boogedy.
“It’s just a bunch of hocus pocus!”
Autumn is finally upon us! For the Halloween season, we bid you welcome with three new apparel collections from Fright-Rags: The ‘Vintage Halloween’, Bela Lugosi and General Mills monster cereals merchandise.
“This is the real thing! Unbelievable, shocking, true thriller!”
Fright-Rags offers you the heights of ecstasy with their merchandise from Stephen King’s It, Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth. This apparel will tear your soul apart!
“What began in Hell, will end on Earth.”
Olaf Ittenbach is a German auteur who is a combination of Tom Savini and Takashi Miike. Originally a dental technician, Ittenbach then became a top notch SFX artist, his most notable credit being for BloodRayne by Uwe Boll.
Along with Boll, he is part of the German new wave bringing media attention to their underground films specializing in rape, necrophilia and extreme violence. Ittenbach’s films focus on pain, body destruction and gore, preferably as much that can be jammed into a two hour film.
“Breaking up is so very hard to do…”
Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell pays tribute to the enduring spirit of Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead series, and meshes the SFX style of Nobuhiko Obayashi’s cult horror Hausu (1977). Evil Dead and Asian horror fanatics, or anyone else with any interest in the splatter subgenre should own this movie!
Do you want to get your severed hands on this Japanese curiosity? Attack from Planet B and Terror Cotta have three copies of Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell available on DVD to giveaway.