More than just a TV companion book, Grimm: Aunt Marie's Book of Lore is, well, Aunt Marie's book of lore from the show.
Human kids have books that teach them everything from the alphabet to pooping. Why shouldn't the undead kids have their own book?
So here is a tie-in you don't often see with horror films: nail polish.
Sure, they are called Halloween Hot Sauces, but don't let the man tell you when you can eat your hot sauce.
Frankenstein's monster has never craved the spotlight; never sought out glory.
Mulder and Scully go looking for the truth - Golden Age comics-style.
Who is scarier: Michael Jackson or the Cryptkeeper?
I'm not sure if this is simply an adorable portrayal of zombie ramen, or a less-than-subtle commentary on the chemicals in Top Ramen that are likely to turn you into a zombie.
I do not drink coffee. I have a heart murmur, so anything with caffeine could make my heart explode.
Once upon a time, Dexter joined a bowling team in an effort to prove he was just a normal, average guy.