Grandma was so proud when you took up cross stitch, but this Michael Myers pattern probably isn’t quite what she had in mind. The Halloween horror icon looks strangely dignified in cross stitch form – perfect for decorating your bedroom wall, or the pillow in your tomb.
Trick or Treat Studios makes amazing masks for Halloween or really anytime your feel like creeping out your friends. All the masks are hand-crafted by master mask makers who take inspiration from film and their own twisted imaginations.
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.
The Governor is definitely not going to pass this eye test. The Pressing Pigeon creates horror and TV-themed eye charts for genre fans who are looking for something a little more subtle than a poster to put on their walls.
Nothing says "home-made" gift like crocheted projectile vomit. Sometimes I get down on crafting. How many tea cozies can one world possibly need? But then I see something like this fully crocheted scene from The Exorcist and it renews my faith in handicrafts.
Back in the day, kids used to play with army men figures, small, cheap plastic figures that were most often used to be melted into puddles.
After many, ahem twenty-two, years I’ve started watching the Twin Peaks series again, and as anyone who is a fan knows, it completely holds up.
I love this necklace. It is pretty and elegant and says "I love Hellraiser" in a subtle way.
It’s winter, the wind is blowing, and you’re hunkered down ready to watch a zombie film on TV. Now all you need is a Walking Dead stuffed friend to snuggle up with.
Imagine, if you will, that the zombie apocalypse hits. Sure, you are going to want to fight for your life. But eventually, you will get tired. You will need to hole up in a bunker. And you will be bored.