There are many companies that have sprouted up in recent years to cater to fans like ourselves, and one of my favorite of those companies is Horror Decor. Looking to give horror fans more than posters and action figures to display in their homes and bedrooms, Horror Decor was started back in 2006 to liven up our living spaces by offering us all sorts of fun decorative items, everything from candles to clocks, bed sheets to pot holders.
Today we visit Spanish fanzine/shop Freakland, home to a unique assortment of amazing hand-made horror and cult movie replicas. Take a closer look!
The Alamo Drafthouse's fine arts arm, Mondo Gallery, has quickly become the pinnacle of pop art.
Frank Henenlotter is one of a kind. With a totally ridiculous filmography that includes Brain Damage, Frankenhooker, and Basket Case, Henenlotter clearly delights in all things raunchy, rude, and campy
Trever Henderson’s original horror illustrations are totally insane and really cool. His etsy shop features hectic and incredibly detailed tributes to his favorite movies including Basket Case, Street Trash, The Thing, and Night of the Creeps.
Rewind back to the 80s, a beautiful decade to be a horror movie fanatic here in the UK – a quick trip to your local VHS rental store would be a day out in itself.