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?
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.
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!
Critters vs. Gremlins! If there was a fight between these micro-monsters from the ‘80s, who would win? Each has their pros and cons. The Critters can shoot those little barbs and turn into spheres and roll around. But the Gremlins just need some water and could keep multiplying until they’ve killed all the Critters. What do you think? Who would win this mini-monster showdown? Critters or Gremlins?
Headstone City just added this RoboCop poster to the inventory!
If you dig dystopian films from the ’80s than you’re probably a fan of Paul Verhoeven’s futuristic classic. This poster is 11×17, printed on 100lb card stock and can be yours for only $10.99! Go to HeadstoneCity.com and add RoboCop to your wall today!
The ‘80s are filled with vampire flicks and I’ve narrowed them down to my top three; Fright Night, Near Dark and The Lost Boys. All three flicks are very different with unique visions for the vampire subgenre. Each has a killer tag line, I might add. Out of these, which would you put at the top of your list? Or am I missing one that you feel should be crowned king? Let us know!
How many times have you seen John Carpenter’s immortal classic? 10? 20? 100? Or have you seen it so many times you’ve lost count?! We all watch it every October, but we still give it plenty of viewings throughout the year and those viewings add up! So how ‘bout it? How many times and how often do you watch Halloween?
Check this out! One of the best horror flicks from the 80’s and probably my favorite vampire flick is will soon have it’s own feature length documentary! That’s right, a Kickstarter fund has been made for the documentary You’re So Cool, Brewster! The Story of Fright Night, based upon the 1985 vampire classic Fright Night!
“Fully supported and produced by original Fright Night writer and director Tom Holland, this documentary is the ultimate insight into the making of this cult classic movie as well as a tribute to the late, great Roddy McDowall.The Story of Fright Night will feature detailed interviews with those who helped shape and create this much loved movie. Guided by Tom Holland the makers of this new documentary will raise the stakes and unearth the behind the scenes stories including footage and images from Tom’s personal archives.Leviathan proved that an independent documentary supported solely by the fans and a dedicated team of filmmakers can result in a fully detailed retrospective documentary. Leviathan is a 3-disc, 9 hour treat for Hellraiser fans, the intention is to give Fright Night the same respect and treatment.”