With A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wes Craven created a new and original take on the slasher genre. He also created Freddy Krueger, one of the most famous horror icons ever made. I know I’ve see it countless times, but what about you? How many times have you seen Wes Craven’s immortal classic? 10? 20? 100? Or have you seen it so many times you’ve lost count?! Let us know in the comments!
Let’s take a look at Ash’s weapons from Army of Darkness.
If you had to choose one weapon to fight the wrath of the Necronomicon, what would it be? A Boomstick or chainsaw-hand? On the one hand (no pun intended), you’ve got a twelve-gauge double-barreled Remington. S-Mart’s top of the line. It’s got a walnut stock, cobalt blue steel, and a hair trigger; perfect for blasting monsters and skeletons. With the chainsaw-hand, you can hack body parts and decapitate any deadite that gets in your way while you ask “who’s laughing now?” If you were stuck against the Army of Darkness, which weapon would be your choice to fight the forces of evil?! Tell us!
THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE poster now available!
Fan of classic slasher flicks? This is the poster for you! Inspired by Tobe Hooper’s classic cannibal tale, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Now you can put Leatherface’s gore up on your wall! Pick one up from Headstone City today!
If you’re stuck indoors today or any other time, what’s your go-to snow-filled fright-flick? In “30 Days of Night”, there are vampires hiding from the sun in Alaska. “The Thing” is trying to assimilate organisms in Antarctica. In “Dead Snow” you’ve got your Nazi zombies but this time they’re in the snowy mountains of Norway. Next is “Let the Right One In”, another vampire tale about friendship set in Sweden. Finally we have Kubrick’s classic of Stephen King’s “The Shining”, about a family snowed in at the Overlook Hotel in the Colorado Rockies. Which one would you pick to pass the time on a snowy winter day? Or is there another flick that’s not on our list? Let us know!
Check out this showdown between two top ‘80s creature contenders! In one corner you’ve got the sewer lovin’ CHUD that can take you down with just sheer numbers! In the other corner you’ve got your soul stealin’ demon, Pumpkinhead, that’ll never die unless you can find the sorry bastard who’s soul he’s bonded too! Tell us who you’d pick as the winner! Showtime!
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!
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?
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!
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?!
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?!