nightmare on elm street
Here at FEARnet we love all things Halloween. We love the decorations, the haunted houses, the candy corn, and, most of all, we love everyone's crazy costumes. But as we learned while doing a little shopping ourselves this year, when it comes to Halloween costumes there is such a thing as too crazy. We've broken down some of the craziest outfits and costumes that are currently on sale. Some costumes are scary, some are sexy, others are silly, some are just downright offensive… and then there are these head-scratchers!
In 1987, Minute Maid forever changed the lives of horror fans when they added a flavor called Ecto Cooler to their Hi-C line of fruit juices, a tie-in with the cartoon series The Real Ghostbusters.
NECA has been on an absolute roll lately with their action figure offerings, thinking more and more outside of the box in their never ending quest to bring to us collectors the most unique toys we've ever seen, based on the popular properties that they've got licenses for.
NECA's 8-bit Jason Voorhees was a hit at this year's Comic Con (I got mine!) so naturally the toy company is going to release another one. This time it is an 8-bit Freddy Kreuger, based on his 1989 Nintendo video game.
Part two of our gallery of favorite Mondo posters.
The Alamo Drafthouse's fine arts arm, Mondo Gallery, has quickly become the pinnacle of pop art.
There’s no denying that the majority of the aisles at the 110th annual American International Toy Fair in New York City this week are filled with every kind of sweet, innocuous toy you can imagine. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of horror depravity to be found.
Last month in our gift guide, we featured an amazing Hellraiser-inspired necklace from artisan Johnny Blades. This was one of our most popular gift guide entries, and with good reason: it is beautifully crafted, subtle ode to everyone’s favorite Cenobite. But Pinhead isn’t the only horror-inspired pendant Blades creates