It may not be October yet, but the Halloween season is already upon us. Set the spooky scene with Fright-Rags’ new apparel from Trick ‘r Treat, General Mills Monsters, Stephen King, and Haunters: The Art of the Scare.
Fright-Rags has launched Frightville Novelties, a new line of die-cut decorations. The inaugural line is dedicated to Trick ‘r Treat, featuring one large (14×16) and six small (8.5×10) double-sided, vintage-style Halloween decorations. A new Trick ‘r Treat tee, plus a re-print of a classic t-shirt and socks are also up for grabs.
“Werewolves, zombies and demons of every variety. They’ve all descended on the normally sleepy town of Warren Valley, Ohio. Where the holiday and all of its strange traditions are taken very seriously.”
General Mills’ monster cereals have hit the shelves, and Fright-Rags has a General Mills Monsters collection of its own. There’s a retro newspaper advertisement t-shirt, The Breakfast Club parody t-shirt, and enamel pins of all five mascots: Count Chocula, Boo Berry, Franken Berry, Fruit Brute, and Yummy Mummy.
Fright-Rags celebrates Stephen King’s birthday – the esteemed author turned 71 this month – with apparel featuring five of his classic book covers. The company worked directly with the original artists to release the artwork for Pet Sematary, IT, The Dark Half, Night Shift, and Skeleton Crew on t-shirts. Pet Sematary and IT are also available on zip-up hoodies.
With haunted houses beginning to open their doors, Fright-Rags has put the official artwork for the haunted house documentary Haunters: The Art of the Scare on t-shirts. Enamel pins featuring the film’s logo are also available.
Trick ‘r Treat, General Mills Monsters, Stephen King, and Haunters: The Art of the Scare merch is on sale now at Fright-Rags.com “You must really like Halloween.” “You mean Samhain?” “What?”