Friday, December 11, 2015

Horror Holiday Gift: The Essentials

     A set of essential movies from the early years of horror cinema, really only for the die-hard horror fan as most of us prefer the newer stuff over the classic black and white. This includes Nosferatu, Frankenstein, and many others, so there's something there for everyone! The link is the image, as always, so click and order soon if you want it to show up in time to wrap it!Universal Monsters: The Essential Collection [Blu-ray] [Region Free] [UK Import]

Attic Panic

     A short where someone hears a noise in the attic. A classic turned on it's head!

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Horror Gifts: Subscriptions to Horror Magazines

     Rue Morgue is a magazine of talented writers and editors that come up with creative and informative articles of all things horror. To get a subscription, click here, which will take you to the page determining if you are in North America or abroad.

     Another magazine, HorrorHound, is a great source of modern horror and horror movies. I enjoy the magazine for it's interviews and the general horror articles and fiction that is offered. Take the link here to see the subscription link.
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     Finally, there is the ever-constant joy that comes from Fangoria. This is a magazine that has stood the test of time and combines all that is great about horror-writing. To get a subscription, click here.
     Do enjoy any of these magazines at your leisure, and as always, Sweet Dreams!

Charlie Charlie Pencil Game

     A darker horror tale to be told in this short, but still amusing nonetheless. I like how the editing made it seem crisper than one would normally have with a short film. Sweet Dreams!

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

More Gifts for Horror Fans

     A skeleton for the bathroom, always a classic! This gift comes from Amazon, and they should have plenty in stock. As always the link is the photo, so click away and take a look at what they have to offer.

The Stairs

     Another horror film, another day! This one is suspenseful on a different wavelength, so do enjoy. And as always, Sweet Dreams!

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Perfect Horror Gift for Your Corpse Bride

Anatomical Heart Vase, Pewter Finish 

     An anatomical heart made from resin and cast in pewter, a perfect gift for the morbid (or a cardiologist I suppose) minded. I can picture it, holding a vase full of dying black roses, covered in cobwebs from a long-legged spider. The link is in the image, as always, so go on over and take a look at what you can get from the maker of this finely wrought piece of art!

Don't Move

    A new movie by the team over at Bloody Cuts, this one sure is a screamer! Do enjoy the short horror flick of the day, and as always, Sweet Dreams!

Monday, December 7, 2015

Bishoujo Freddy and Zombie Batman

Black & White Statue Zombie Batman Adams

     A strange phenomenon that occurs in foreign markets is the fan creations of "beloved" horror icons. This one is an obvious homage to Freddy Krueger, from the Freddy vs. Jason movie that came out in 2003. The fact that it turned our burned-to-a-crisp serial killer into a blonde bombshell is a slight offense that can be forgiven due to the morbid nature of the creation. Similar to the macabre look of Elvira, this statue barely weighs over a pound and is only $64.99, a deal to some. Click the image below to get the link to the site where it's sold. 
     A great gift to the horror fanatic in your family. I especially love the pool of blood beneath her rather than a shadow or standard plate for a statue. I have a zombie batman statue (As seen above) where he is literally stepping off his plate, arms held in a strict rigor mortis that belies the agility that Batman normally possesses. The link to that shop is linked with the image above.

Death in C Minor

     A spooky little story with an amazing soundtrack that keeps the suspense ramped up. Think Insidious when you listen to this music; it really is similar, don't you think?

Sunday, December 6, 2015


     A short film more about suspense than surprise, well worth the four minutes it takes to watch it. Hat is tipped to the maker of the film, as well as the actress who played the victim, ahem, I mean protagonist... yeah. Protagonist...