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.
This is not a real toy. I repeat - this is not a real toy. Nor is this a real commercial. But it is damn close to the toy commercials - and toys - of the 1980s.
The LEGO community is asking “Ghostbusters” fans to vote on a proposed set design commemorating the movie's 30th Anniversary next year. Let's make this happen!
When it comes to horror merchandising, Freddy Krueger is king. Freddy opened himself up to all sorts of bootleg unlicensed merchandise, and you better believe that many opportunists have taken full advantage!
Using nothing but LEGO pieces, DIY modeler Olive Seon depicted Japan's legendary moth-monster totally dominating a huge city. Take a closer look at her amazing work!
Nerf, that company that helped traumatize your childhood with their line of foam-tipped weapons that weren't supposed to hurt, have launched a line of zombie-hunting toy weapons.
Adorably gruesome or gruesomely adorable? These custom zombie plushies by UK artist Phillip Blackman are a little of both.
A talented artist worked up these ideas for Minimates of Norman Bates, Marion Crane, and of course good old “Mother.” Take a look!
Guillermo del Toro's robots-vs-monsters epic is nearly upon us, and so is a massive lineup of tie-in merch, including comics, action figures, games and collectibles.