Whoever is bitten by a werewolf and lives, becomes a werewolf himself. Expand your Universal Monsters collection with Cavitycolors’ officially licensed The Wolf Man (1941) collection.
Introducing the Super7 x Universal Monsters FreakyFaces! Inspired by 60s hot rod culture, this collection includes five brand new t-shirts available in unisex sizes, a glossy vinyl sticker set, and a pin set.
“We didn’t come here to fight with monsters. We’re not equipped for it.”
All the way from the mad doctor’s laboratory to Super7’s Boodega! Your Universal Monsters collection won’t be complete without these special edition retro-inspired ReAction figures!
“Amazing! Startling! Shocking!”
Before Halloween, sink your claws into Fright-Rags’ latest apparel from Universal Monsters, Trick ‘r Treat, The People Under the Stairs, Elvira, and Creepshow.
“In every neighborhood there is one house that adults whisper about and children cross the street to avoid.”
In its continuing commitment to provide horror fans with apparel from all eras of the genre, Fright-Rags has released a new Universal Monsters collection featuring The Wolf Man and The Mummy, and collections for two cult favorites from the 1980s: Wes Craven’s Shocker and John Carpenter’s They Live.
“No more Mr. Nice Guy!”
I’m well into my 30’s now. That means I was lucky enough to be in my pre-teens when Fred Dekker was still directing films and TV. He may be known by most people as either the director of the entertaining Night of the Creeps or calamitous Robocop 3, but sandwiched in between these two totally dissimilar yarns was 1987’s The Monster Squad.
The titular “Monster Squad” is a small group of horror-loving kids, led by Sean, who run their affairs from a poster-adorned treehouse.
“You know who to call when you have ghosts. But who do you call when you have monsters?”
On the streets, he bestows crimson kisses no woman can resist, but in the sheets there exists a night monster… with the blood lust of a savage beast!
“The story of the strangest passion the world has ever known!”
Half of what makes a good horror film is a good monster. Without a believable, and ultimately scary, antagonist there’s not much for the audience to latch onto. No film studio – not even the amazing Hammer Films – has ever been able to hold a candle to the classics, and probably wouldn’t have ever existed without the Universal monster movies of the 1930s and 40s.
“Not since the beginning of time has the world beheld terror like this!”
Garageland have announced their limited edition Famous Monsters print series; including Frankenstein, The Bride of Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, and The Invisible Man – screen printed on 18” x 24” speckletone cream/kraft paper. Each print run (limited to 75 each) is signed and numbered by the designer, Lou Xray.
“Created in a weird scientist’s laboratory… from the skeletons of two women and the heart of a living girl!”
Slasher Pack IX: Monsters includes four Japanese inspired horror tees from Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Mummy and Frankenstein; available for pre-order now!