The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

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!

Horror Stickers Part 3

Hey there pack rats! Here is the 3rd and final installment of the coolest horror stickers ever made!

Unfortunately I only have a handfull of these bad boys, but it’d be awesome to have the entire set. I’m really curious to know how many stickers were produced and what movies were made. If they made something as random as Night of the Demons, then you know they made The Thing, Dawn of the Dead and maybe even Fright Night! 
But after reading some comments, it sounds like many of you remember these stickers from your adolescence. Does anyone else have these laying around? If so, send me some scans and I’ll post them. If anyone has a Fright Night sticker, I’ll pay you cash for it. In the meantime, we can only enjoy what I’ve posted.

This week we have a comical Child’s Play sticker in addition to a couple of classic Freddy pictures. The image for An American Werewolf in London is an odd choice. I can think of some other well known screen shots they could have chosen. But it’s still cool, nevertheless. And why it says Kurt Russell and not Snake Plissken is beyond me. This is a question that will plague humanity for years to come, similar to the creation of the universe.

Child\'s PlayA Nightmare on Elm Street 4
An American Werewolf in LondonSnake Plissken
Night of the Demons
Freddy KruegerScarecrows

Horror Stickers Part 2

Hey Fright Fans! The Dr. is back with another addition to my Prism Horror Sticker collection. As promised, I have posted more kick butt prism horror stickers from my youth.
I’ve been doing some research on these and there doesn’t seem to be much information out there. I doubt the studios had any involvement with them, so obviously some company decided to disregard the law and print them up themselves. I’m happy they did. I’ve also noticed that they are also referred to as Prisma Stickers.
I also seem to be one of the last people on the planet to even own them. I can’t seem to find anyone else who has them. I suppose everyone who had the stickers, stuck them on their books, lockers and pets. Fortunately for me, I never stuck them on anything. I saved them all and kept them hidden in my basement for years.

Anyway, this week we have some iconic monsters of mayhem with some cult hits thrown in for good measure. I really like the outlined Leatherface sticker and the Jason mask is bad ass. I’ve honestly never seen Zombie Nightmare but They Live is one of my favorite Carpenter classics.
Be sure to tune in next week – same bat-time, same bat-channel for my final installment of Horror Stickers.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3Zombie Nightmare
They LiveFreddy Krueger
A Nightmare on Elm Street 5Critters 2
Jason Voorhees

Horror Stickers

Last week I was down in my crypt looking for my lucky scalpel and I stumbled upon some old horror stickers. I hadn’t seen these things in years! Man are they cool. I especially love the 80’s prism that stylishly borders each one.
I remember when I was a boy at Doctors In Training Day Camp. We would visit the bowling alley every Friday. I’d go there, play a few games and stop on over at the sticker machine. I’d put 50 cents into the machine and pull out a piece of cardboard with an unknown prize sticker inside. The bowling alley only sold them for one summer. Too bad. I would have loved to collect more.

I’ve posted some here. Be sure to check back in the coming weeks for the remainder of my horror sticker collection.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 5The Brain
Return of the Living Dead 2Beetle Juice
The Blob
FreakshowFreddy Krueger
Monkey ShinesNight Breed