Killer Collectibles highlights five of the most exciting new horror products released each and every week, from toys and apparel to artwork, records, and much more.
Here are the coolest horror collectibles unveiled this week!
Vincent Price is joining Super 7’s ReAction Figure line. The 3.75″ retro-style toy has five points of articulation and comes with a raven. Ed Repka designed the backer card art. Shipping in November, it’s available to pre-order for $20.
The master of mayhem, sporting a red ascot, is labeled as “Wave 1,” so we can expect more Price figures in the future.
Halloween III is celebrating its 40th anniversary and Boo Buckets are back at McDonald’s in the same week, making Uglie Kids Club’s mash-up as timely as it is clever.
The Halftone Horror design is available to pre-order on T-shirts for $26, crewneck sweatshirts for $35, and zip-up hoodies for $45 — each featuring glow-in-the-dark elements — through October 26. They’ll ship 3-5 weeks later.
Gallery 1988’s cult movie art show “Crazy 4 Cult” is currently in its 16th iteration, and artwork is now available online. I always have trouble picking a favorite, but Matt Talbot’s Suspiria piece really stands out to me.
Of all the iconography in Dario Argento’s masterpiece, you rarely see the forest from the opening scene depicted, and I love how Talbot incorporated the film’s vibrant color palette. The 17×18 open edition digital print is available for $35.
Fright-Rags has released new merchandise for The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs in celebration of tonight’s Haunted Halloween Hangout on Shudder. The drive-in will never die with the 2023 Darcy the Mail Girl wall calendar. $20 not only gets you 12 months of Darcy photos, but they’re accompanied by daily horror facts written by Briggs.
Earth Girls Are Easy will be released on Blu-ray on November 8 via Lionsgate as part of the Vestron Video Collector’s Series. Matthew Therrien designed the cover art.
The 1988 sci-fi comedy is directed by Julien Temple (Bullet) from a script by Julie Brown (Camp Rock), Charlie Coffey, and Terrence E. McNally. Geena Davis, Julie Brown, Charles Rocket, Jeff Goldblum, Damon Wayans, and Jim Carrey star.
Special features include a commentary by Brown, interviews with Brown, actor Charles Rocket, director of photography Oliver Stapleton, production designer Dennis Gassner, special make-up supervisor Robert Clark, and more.