John Carpenter’s The Thing still resonates with audiences to this day, with unparalleled practical effects from Rob Bottin and Stan Winston, themes of isolation and memorable performances from Kurt Russell and Keith David. In my own humble opinion, it is the perfect horror film. Fright-Rags commemorates 35 years of alien terror with The Thing Collection.
Fright-Rags are re-animating movie trading card tradition with their House of Fright Wax Packs. “Death is just the beginning…” Stuart Gordon’s 1985 Lovecraftian comedy/horror Re-Animator is the first film to receive the reagent!
“Herbert West has a very good head on his shoulders…and another one in a dish on his desk!”
The Necronomicon was never meant for the world of the living, but with it Ash unwittingly summoned Kandarian demons in Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead. Now Fright-Rags resurrects the ancient ‘Book of the Dead’ with The Evil Dead & Necronomicon Collection.
“I fear that the only way to stop those possessed by the spirits of the book is through the act of…bodily dismemberment.”
Remember what happened as the 14th draws near! Fright-Rags has a gift from the heart for fans of George Mihalka’s 1981 Canadian slasher My Bloody Valentine: The Ballad of Harry Warden Collection. Valentine’s Day will never be the same again…
“Valentine’s Day will never be the same again…
Fright-Rags are tapping into that collective nostalgia with the first in a planned series of box sets paying homage to VHS; launching with one film that defined the home video era: Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Fright-Rags are also proud to present the Alfred Hitchcock collection of four new t-shirts.
“Who will survive and what will be left of them?”
The green horror sticker will bring on a wave of nostalgia to anyone who spent their formative years browsing the horror section at their local video store.
“We’ve got your chest covered, now we’ve got your butt. That sounded weird – but you know what I mean.”
Fright-Rags is the one-stop shop for the horror fan on your holiday list this year, as the company are releasing new apparel and merchandise from genre movies leading up to Christmas.
“Like he had for thousands of years, Krampus came not to reward, but to punish. Not to give, but to take.”
Let’s face it, the 1980s were awesome! So it’s expected that nostalgia will run rampant, but few modern films have been able to capture the decade’s idiosyncrasies like Turbo Kid.