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This Thursday may be Thanksgiving, but Creepy Co. is keeping the spirit of All Hallows' Eve alive with the release of their Halloween enamel pin set.
Based on John Carpenter's Halloween, Creepy Co.'s boxed collector's pin set features depictions of Michael Myers, Dr. Sam Loomis, Laurie Strode, a jack-o'-lantern, and the movie's logo. Limited to 500 items and priced at $65 apiece, the collector's pin sets will be released on Thursday, November 24th at 7:00pm Et on Creepy Co.'s website.
For more information, we have official details and images via Creepy Co. below:
From Creepy Co.: "Last month, we announced our acquisition of the license to John Carpenter's Halloween®. Today, we're pleased to share with you a bit more about what the first release (of many!) will entail.
As many of you know, Creepy Co. started as a humble maker of collectible lapel pins. With no real plans »
- Derek Anderson
Halloween decorating is a serious business for my family. It started with my father pretending he was a Halloween prop on our porch and has since evolved into more elaborate decorations, lighting, and sound, making my family's home a must-see stop for trick-or-treaters every October 31st.
With the haunting season upon us once again, it's that time of year to embrace the horrors of home ownership and transform the usually friendly exteriors of our houses into frightening facades. While there are many ways to give the outside of your home a macabre makeover, one of the most important elements in creating a creepy attraction is lighting. Through my experiences scaring the neighbors over the years, I've put together a list of tips on the most efficient ways to use lighting and add in some new technology to your Halloween setup this year.
One of the best things you »
- Jonathan James
If you're a freak for freaky horror movies, chances are you've spent the bulk of October burning through your scary Netflix queue and seeing the terrifying new movies of the Fall. But what ever will you do on the big night itself, All Hallows' Eve? If you'd like to dip your toe into the bloody pool of horror, there's so much to choose from. You could scroll through the various heroines and villains the genre has to offer, but we've got the best of the best right here. Related:You Can't Call Yourself a Horror Movie Buff Until You've Seen These 25 ClassicsYour Ultimate Horror Movie Calendar For October »
- Ryan Roschke
The best way to get in the Halloween spirit is to indulge in spooky stories, but there are only so many times you can rewatch Are You Afraid of the Dark? and the classic scary movie canon. Luckily for us, the rise of podcasts in the last few years means there's an entirely new way to enjoy those campfire chills. All 10 of these podcasts are guaranteed to get you in the mood for All Hallows' Eve - though let's be real, they're so good that you'll probably want to listen to them all year round. Related Stories:11 Nostalgic TV Recap Podcasts You'll Be Obsessed With9 Podcasts to Get You Pumped About the New Season of Serial15 Podcasts Your Kids Will Love Listening To (That Won't Drive You Nuts!) »
- Chelsea Hassler
Netflix releases the latest set of hooked episodes and it turns out nothing brings the world together like thrilling mysteries, young love, family drama and criminal behavior. Also, dogs...
The world's leading Internet TV network expanded last year's research to look at more than 30 additional series on a global scale (viewing spanned six continents) to pinpoint the episode that took watchers from casual to committed - that is, the episode that kept 70% of viewers watching through a first season's end. In doing so, Netflix discovered viewing behavior - and fandom - is quite universal. Regardless of whether they live in Argentina or Japan, members are not only getting hooked on similar episodes, but identifying with similar storylines.
Fear of the unknown turned watchers upside down for Stranger Things (Where's Will, where's Barb and what's a Demogorgon?!; episode 2) and had them bewitched with American Horror Story: Murder House (The dead roam »
- Kellvin Chavez
When leaves cushion the sidewalk's cement slabs and crunch underfoot, images of Haddonfield and Salem might come to mind, and Halloween and Hocus Pocus might find their way into your Blu-ray and DVD (or VHS) players. If the aforementioned films are on your must-watch autumn list, then you'll be pleased to know that Fright Rags is gearing up to release limited edition Halloween and Hocus Pocus apparel.
Beginning at midnight (Est) tonight and ending at 12:00am Est on Friday, September 23rd, Fright Rags' new Halloween shirt will be available to add to your online shopping cart. Based on the eye-popping artwork from Jason Edmiston's Mondo poster, the design will be displayed on shirts in sizes S-5X ($27 apiece), womens' shirts in sizes S-2X ($27 apiece), zip-up hoodies in sizes S-3X ($47 apiece), and baseball tees in sizes S-2X ($37 apiece). Fans of The Shape can view the 72-hour purchase below. »
- Derek Anderson
As Mother Nature prepares to swap the summer breeze for a crisp autumn wind, Horror Decor has begun to unveil their Halloween products for 2016, including vintage mask pillows and pot holders, unconventionally creative scented candles, and more:
Press Release: It's that time, once again, to celebrate the best time of year, Halloween. As the days shorten, temperatures cool, and leaves start to change color, the excitement for All Hallows' Eve is in the air. From the jack-o'-lanterns on the porch, to kids running through the streets, dressed in their favorite costume, swinging a full plastic pail of candy, to enjoying your favorite pumpkin flavored beverage on a crisp, fall evening; what's not to love about the Halloween season? Enough excitement, let's get to all the new Horror Decor goodies!
Last year, we released three vintage Halloween mask pillows (The Devil, Frankenstein, and Wolfman). We have received a whole lot of »
- Derek Anderson
Since Game of Thrones is heading into its final handful of episodes, there's no time like the present to represent Westeros on Halloween. And let's be real: you could dress up as the icky, sleazy Lannisters or one of the show's other villains, but, well, Winter is coming. We're setting our sights on one of the most noble and beloved (and tragic) houses in the Seven Kingdoms: House Stark. From the first season all the way up to season six, here's how to fight for Winterfell on All Hallows' Eve. »
- Ryan Roschke
Anthology movies are a dying breed; the days of Creepshow and others of its ilk are long in the past. Finding good ones is becoming more of a chore, at least in the mainstream world; low-budget indie filmmakers are still fanning the flames of this beloved format, and you need look no further than 2013's All Hallows' Eve for proof. Written and directed by Damien Leone and produced by Jesse Baget of Wrestlemaniac fame, it was a throwback to cheap 80s horror movies, complete with practical makeup/gore FX, a tacky synth score, and a mean streak a mile wide.The three stories all had one common link: Art the Clown, the designated boogeyman with high creep factor (because as we all know, clowns are creepy). All Hallows' Eve...
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9 items from 2016
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