When you think back to the 80’s, the true golden age of horror, there are certain films that define their sub-genre. I’m thinking of Fright Night and The Lost Boys defining the Vampire sub-genre. And the ones that (for me at least) defined Werewolf films are the likes of An American Werewolf in London and The Howling! One of the downsides from making a genre defining film though, is that there will invariably be a sequel (or sequels) that just can’t live up to the original’s quality. This has happened with Howling II …Your Sister Is a Werewolf.
Slasher Pack IX: Monsters includes four Japanese inspired horror tees from Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Mummy and Frankenstein; available for pre-order now!
Beware the moon as Fright-Rags unleashes its An American Werewolf in London and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre apparel?
Fright-Rags also commemorates seminal horror host Joe Bob Briggs long-awaited return with a t-shirt design for The Last Drive-In, a 24-hour horror movie marathon streaming on Shudder.
“On the moors, we were attacked by a lycanthrope, a werewolf. I was murdered, an unnatural death, and now I walk the earth in limbo until the werewolf’s curse is lifted.”
Cavity Colors are proud to present their officially licensed collection based on the Joe Dante classic, The Howling! Take the voyeuristic role, peek through the blinds, and watch the grotesque werewolf transformation occur, with Cavity Colors’s The Howling Collection: Part 1 🙂🐺.
“When the howling starts… the horror begins!”
An American Werewolf in London presents the perfect balance between comedy and horror by writer/director John Landis, along with unparalleled special effects by Rick Baker, ensuring this tale of lycanthropy has a place in cinematic history to which all other werewolf movies are now compared. Fright-Rags’ pays tribute to the 1981 classic with their An American Werewolf in London Collection.