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Classic Horror Pillow

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I’ve been in mourning for the last week because it always makes me sad when Halloween is over. I know it happens every year, but I do try to keep it alive throughout the year. In my house it’s Halloween year round. This pillow is a great way to keep all things scary alive in your house. I absolutely love old horror movies and this pillow captures a taste of the classics. Horror Slave on Etsy offers lots of other styles as well, so check them out. This pillow is for sale here.

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Horror Toilet Paper

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Bored while you’re in the bathroom? Now you can read and have the shit scared out of you with this toilet paper. It has a horror novel called “The Drop” by japanese author Koji Suzuki who is the same author that wrote “The Ring” series printed on it. How frightfully cool is that? Buy it here.

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Cabin In The Woods

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Horror movies are just not that great anymore. This is my opinion, so don’t attack me for it. It seems like every time I go to see a horror movie I feel like I’ve seen it before. Every possible storyline has been done in every possible way. It’s sad because I just love a good horror movie. For some reason they all start out well and then end with a whimper. Last week Scary Hubby and I went to see the much anticipated Cabin in the Woods by Joss Whedon. Being lovers of all things Whedon we were expecting (hoping for) the best. What we got was something completely different. In short, it was amazing! Somehow Joss Whedon and director Drew Goddard were able to turn the horror genre upside-down and take it in a direction it has never gone before. He did what many of us horror fans thought impossible and completely reinvented it. One problem though. Cabin in the Woods got the last word in on horror movies. There can be no sequel. He somehow was able to end every single horror movie storyline and leave no room for more. It will have to be a pretty brilliant script to truly revive/recreate this genre after this movie finishes it’s long run. Go see it! You won’t be disappointed.

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Carrie Bear

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We’ve all seen the movie Carrie, right? The iconic scene of Carrie having blood dumped on her at the prom? If you haven’t then you probably don’t belong on this website and should go back to searching for summer clothes on JCrew. Carrie is like no other horror movie I’ve ever seen. Many movies tried to copy the idea with similar story lines, but none came close to the feelings you have while watching this. A reader sent me a link to a shop on Etsy called Croshame. This woman crochets adorable little scary figures. Some are depictions of scenes from horror movies like The Exorcist and Carrie (pictured) while others are just from her twisted mind. They are a little pricey, but they are very unique. You are never going to find them somewhere else and they are all handmade to order. The trouble comes when you have to decide which one you can’t live without.

*Thanks Rosenz for the link!

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Drifter Girls T-Shirt

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Just when you thought I was done with T-Shirt Tuesday it’s back. A reader sent me a link to this T-Shirt site called Akumu Ink. Akumu is Japanese for nightmare. Gotta love that! They have some amazingly unique T-Shirts with this Japanese horror pop vibe that is so hot right now. I fell in love with most of them, but this blood red Drifter Girls T-Shirt is my favorite. It has a scary whimsical feel to it that I am very attracted to. Plus, I look really hot in red I’m told. Check out their website here for all of their great designs.

*Thanks to Trisha for the link!

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Dracula’s Heir

Filexd under: Books,Fairy Tales,Games — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

Once in a while I wander through the bargain books area at Barnes and Noble looking for anything fun and unusual. This time I found the book Dracula’s Heir by Sam Stall. I haven’t had a chance to read it yet, but I am very intrigued. It has all sorts of little envelopes to open inside. Apparently it’s an Interactive Mystery, so there are clues to help you solve some murders that happened 10 years after the events in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Not sure how interactive it can be since I didn’t exist in 1907, which is when this book takes place, but that’s maybe just me be being picky.

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