Slasher Pack VI: Not of This World includes four Japanese inspired horror tees from Aliens, Predator 2, Critters and The Blob; available for pre-order now!
Continuing five years after the events that occurred on Friday the 13th, this second installment is significant for introducing audiences to director Steve Miner (House, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later). Miner previously worked with producer/director Sean S. Cunningham on projects such as The Last House on the Left and the original Friday the 13th, before carving out his directional debut with Friday the 13 Part 2. Knowing how the character of Jason Voorhees evolves as the franchise continues, Friday the 13 Part 2 feels like a particularly special entry.
“The body count continues…”
You’re Next is a smart, innovative, blood-soaked horror film, and Cavity Colors are incredibly excited to bring you their brand new officially licensed, ultra soft 100% cotton apparel, enamel pins, and socks!
“Did you remember to lock your door?”
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!”
The Slasher Pack V: Return of the Slasher includes four Japanese inspired horror tees from Maniac, Basket Case, Sleepaway Camp and Chopping Mall; available for pre-order now!
“…you won’t be coming home!”
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?”
It may be International Women’s Day, but there are numerous female filmmakers, writers, actresses and artists that are making history every single day.
“The light that’s leaving that star right now will take a billion years to get down here. You want to know why you’ve never met a girl like me before? Because I’ll still be here when the light from that star gets down here to Earth in a billion years.”
When ten-year-old Karen is killed in church on the occasion of her first communion, her seemingly innocent older sister Alice becomes the prime suspect. After 88 Films’ first ever uncut UK DVD release of Alice, Sweet Alice, the British distributor has returned to Alfred Sole’s 1976 slasher classic with a new restoration – scanned at 2K resolution from a 35mm print – which we hope will give this American giallo the recognition it deserves.
“If you survive this night… Nothing will scare you again.”
The Slasher Pack Part IV: Fresh Blood includes four Japanese inspired horror tees from Scream, It Follows, The Witch and Get Out; available for pre-order now!
“Evil takes many forms.”
“Their horrifying vacation was no day at the beach!” Cavity Colors are incredibly excited to bring you their capsule collection for the 80’s slasher classic, The Mutilator!
“By sword. By pick. By axe. Bye bye.”
Just as A Nightmare on Elm Street continues to thrive many years after its 1984 release, fans continue to share their stories on how the film has affected them. FredHeads is a documentary that shines a spotlight on the fervent fans within this passionate community.
“The Nightmare on Elm Street franchise has done more than impact my life, it has saved my life. In my darkest times I have turned to Elm Street. It is a survival story, it is my best friend, it is my comfort, and it is my home.”
I corpi presentano tracce di violenza carnale; literally translated as The Bodies Bear Traces of Carnal Violence, is an Italian giallo directed by Sergio Martino. Released in the United States as Torso in 1973, Martino’s artistic direction combined feverish sexuality and visually striking violence into a film that predates the American slasher subgenre. Perhaps then, the slasher owes a lot more to the Italian giallo than it is usually given credit for?