Jason Voorhees Friday the 13th Horror Enamel Pin

Love slasher flicks like the Friday the 13th series? We have just the enamel pin for you!
Inspired by the classic slasher flick, Friday the 13th and it’s sequels, Headstone City has brought you the perfect Jason Voorhees pin for your collection. Jason is available in both classic Jason and NES Jason. Both pins glow in the dark.

Soft enamel pin is 1.9″ and arrives with back board. Visit Jason Voorhees at Headstone City and pick on up today!

Bad Taste Vs Dead Alive

Here are a couple splatter flicks from the early career of Peter Jackson. Bad Taste is loaded with goopy goodness of aliens eating brains with spoons and slurping down bowls of vomit. Dead Alive is also a heavy-weight in the gross-out department. The film has a puss-filled custard scene and a full on blood bath that involves zombies being mutilated by a lawnmower. So which is it? What do you think is the better Peter Jackson splatter flick?! Bad Taste or Dead Alive?
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I Love Slasher Flicks Horror Enamel Pin

Inspired by the love we have for all the classic slasher flicks like John Carpenter’s Halloween, Friday the 13th, Scream, Psycho and many others.
I Love Slasher Flicks enamel pin is 1.5″ and arrives with back board. Visit Headstone City and order up a slasher flicks pin today!

The Blob VS. The Stuff

Here’s a 1980s horror brawl between two organic shapes that consume and kill people. The Blob can completely engulf you and the more people it eats, the bigger it gets! The Stuff is willingly eaten and will kill you from the inside out! If these two sentient masses of puss and sugar went muck to muck, who would win?! The Blob or The Stuff?!

George Romero Zombie Movie

In memory of Mr. George A. Romero let’s do a Romero Zombie poll! If you’re on the side of either running or walking zombies, there’s no denying the impact that George Romero played on the modern zombie. The Godfather of Gore was able to create politically-charged films with zombies.
Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead have all gone on to be very important films and each is set in a different decade, the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s.
I know he’s made more zombie flicks than these three, but I think we can all agree these are his best. If you had to pick a favorite George Romero zombie flick, what would it be?!

Friday the 13th Horror Movie Trading Cards

Friday the 13th Trading Cards

Trading cards inspired by the horror film series; Friday the 13th.

Remember the horror wax pack trading cards from the ’70s and ’80s? Well now you can have your very own Friday the 13th versions of those wax packs.
Choose either Friday the 13th, Friday the 13th Part 2 or get both! Jason Voorhees and Pamela Voorhees are waiting!

Trading cards are 2.5″ by 3.5″, printed on 16 pt. cardstock with a matte/dull finish. Full color, front and back.
Sorry, stale bubble gum not included.

Get your Friday the 13th horror movie trading cards at HeadstoneCity.com!

Favorite Horror Movie Mask

Horror is chock full of amazing masks. We’ve selected some of the top horror movie contenders from the plethora of fright flicks throughout the years. We’ve got four top horror films covered. Friday the 13th, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Halloween and Scream. Michael Myers has his inside-out William Shatner mask. Leatherface wears a literal leatherface from his poor victims. Jason managed to secure his hockey mask in Part 3. Last but not least, Ghostface wears an actual Halloween mask from Fun World costume. So what do you think, which mask should reign number 1?!

Giallo Horror Merch

Giallo Horror Enamel Pin

Headstone City has now completed the Giallo set with a Giallo enamel pin, Giallo patch and Giallo t-shirt.
Inspired by Italian horror and thriller films by Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci, Mario Bava and other horror directors. Our Giallo horror merch set will complete your slasher collection. Get an enamel pin, patch or t-shirt today at HeadstoneCity.com. Or collect the entire Giallo horror set!

Favorite Creepshow Story

Creepshow is by far the greatest horror anthology ever made. Am I right? Also my fav George Romero Stephen King collaboration. The film is just oozing with EC comics inspiration and each story is top notch. Directed by George Romero and written by Stephen King, the stories are so good that I’ll admit, my favorite story changes on an annual basis. I know it’s not an easy question, but if you had to pick; which Creepshow story would be your favorite? Let’s hear it!