We are zeroing in on a company called Kreepy Kustomz and their handcrafted horror film-inspired lunchboxes. They have a great assortment of lunchpails and considering the time that goes in to creating them, the prices are really reasonable.
This 100% handmade Crite head is mounted on a trophy shield and finished off with a plaque that has the film's release date etched onto it, making it quite possibly the coolest Critters collectible of all time.
We just can't stay away from this one-of-a-kind custom replica shop. Check out their latest offerings, including the return of the full-size Critter replica!
The fantastic thing about the VHS years is that the poster art was frequently hand drawn and frequently had very little or nothing to do with the actual film. If you picked a film based solely on the box cover, you had a pretty good chance of being disappointed or at least surprised. Distributors seemed to see a snazzy box cover as a good way to get some mileage out of a subpar film.
If the artists over at Tom Spina Designs have their way, no foam latex appliances or rubber monsters will ever be left behind again!
Our second list is a mixture of horror films and other genre titles with terrifying elements to them... all of which played a role in warping entire generations of young minds.
The Alamo Drafthouse's fine arts arm, Mondo Gallery, has quickly become the pinnacle of pop art.
Sure, they are supposed to be terrifying, carnivorous aliens bent on eating their way through the planet.