This long sleeve, Japanese inspired horror tee from The Evil Dead is available for pre-order now!
Waxwork Records is proud to present the original motion picture score to Drag Me to Hell, composed and conducted by famed composer Christopher Young; and the original film score to The ‘Burbs, featuring a classic and memorable score by legendary composer Jerry Goldsmith.
“Even nice people can go to hell.”
Whether you prefer Sam Raimi’s 1981 indie horror landmark or his black humor-injected 1987 sequel, Fright-Rags returns to the cabin in the woods with new The Evil Dead/Evil Dead 2 merchandise.
You are also cordially invited to spend an evening with Fright-Rags, Roger Cobb and his friends. Four t-shirts have been created for House and House II: The Second Story. Don’t forget to come out to play with The Warriors apparel. Can you dig it?
“Horror has also found a new home.”
Dispel the evil with the highly requested return of Cavity Colors licensed Hero Ash design by Devon Whitehead, and brand new Necronomicon design by Brian Allen.
“Someone’s in my fruit cellar. Someone with a fresh soul!”
With the third and final blood-splattered season, Ash vs Evil Dead has closed the book of the dead on Ash Williams and his fight against the deadites! While it’s sad to see the show come to an end, The Evil Dead lives on with Fright-Rags’ Ash vs Evil Dead collection.
Fright-Rags have also released a Creepshow 2 collection featuring five t-shirts and four enamel pins, and a Killer Klowns from Outer Space collection featuring four t-shirts and three ringer tees in custom colors.
“You know you could, uh, take off your gun… Put it over there with your chainsaw limb.”
Cavity Colors are incredibly honored and excited to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of what is arguably one of the greatest sequels in horror history; the SFX filled eyeball feast known as Evil Dead 2.
“Recite the passages… dispel the evil…”
When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth in Fright-Rags’ Dawn of the Dead, Hellraiser, and Evil Dead apparel!
“Every dead body that is not exterminated becomes one of them. It gets up and kills! The people it kills get up and kill!”
Fright-Rags commemorates the 25th anniversary of Sam Raimi’s Army of Darkness with a groovy line of apparel; The Strangers: Prey at Night with merchandise featuring the film’s mysterious killers; and with Saint Patrick’s Day right around the corner, Fright-Rags has also put Halloween III: Season of the Witch’s Silver Shamrock emblem on a custom-made baseball tee with green sleeves.
“How can you destroy an army that’s already dead?”
Shop smart, shop Fright-Rags for exclusive Evil Dead and Wolf Cop merchandise. Joining the company’s already impressive collection of Evil Dead trilogy apparel is a new enamel pin, two pairs of socks, and two pairs of lounge pants. And in celebration of the release of Another WolfCop, Fright-Rags has created two WolfCop t-shirts.
“That’s right… Who’s laughing now? Who’s laughing *now*?”
Waxwork Records proudly presents the deluxe vinyl re-issue of the Darkman original motion picture score. Directed by the legendary Sam Raimi, 1990’s Darkman is dark superhero film that pays homage to Universal’s classic horror movies from the 1930s. Waxwork Records is also beyond thrilled to present George A. Romero’s Day of the Dead original motion picture score on deluxe double vinyl.
“The dead have waited. The day has come.”
Fright-Rags are celebrating the 30th anniversaries of both Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop and Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead 2, with new merchandise dedicated to these 80s cult classics.
“Part man. Part machine. All cop. The future of law enforcement.”
In 1981, Sam Raimi’s ultimate low-budget experience in grueling horror was released onto the unsuspecting public.
Controversial for it’s extremely graphic violence Raimi’s feature length debut was initially turned down by almost all U.S. Film distributors. When the movie was finally picked up by Irvin Shapiro in 1982 and given a foreign release, followed by a domestic release shortly afterwards, it was savaged by the hands of the censors and was even banned outright in certain countries…