Jack O’ Lantern Series 2 from HorrorNaments, Designed by Chad Savage, Now Available to Purchase!

  • Posted : December 2nd, 2016
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Earlier this year HorrorNaments tapped Chad Savage to design an ornament for their second series run of products, so naturally he came up with a “Chad Savage” jack o’ lantern, which you can now get (along with many other very cool designs) to spookify your Christmas tree and celebrate Creepmas!

Order direct at https://horrornaments.com/collections/horrornaments/products/coming-soon-jack-o-lantern-2!

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Get Up to 35% OFF ALL T-Shirt Designs & More TODAY ONLY!

  • Posted : November 28th, 2016
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TODAY ONLY get up to 35% OFF all of my t-shirt designs (including Cult of the Great Pumpkin designs) with Coupon Code CYBERMON at http://www.redbubble.com/people/chadsavage

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Candlelight Creep T-Shirt Pre-Order from Lance Inkwell

  • Posted : November 26th, 2016
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Now through November 28th, you can order this ultracool t-shirt from Lance Inkwell Studios for the pre-order discount price of $20 (price goes up and sizes become limited after the 28th!). Get yours HERE!Candlelight Creep T-Shirt Pre-Order

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It’s Almost Time for Creepmas 2016!

  • Posted : November 25th, 2016
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Head over to Creepmas.com to see how you can participate in 2016’s Creepmas Blog-a-thon and the 2016 #MakingCreepmas Image Challenge – badges are now available for websites that want to participate and the official Image Challenge prompt list has been posted!

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A Little Halloween

  • Posted : October 19th, 2016
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A fun little lesson for us all…

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Synth Wizards OGRE and Dallas Campbell Release Original Score for Night of the Living Dead, and It’s Amazing

  • Posted : October 14th, 2016
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For the last couple of years there has been a fantastic resurgence of new retro-style synth music out there for those of us who love such things, from John Carpenter composing new music for non-existent movies to an entire wave of new artists who sound like they time-travelled here from 1986.

Today, OGRE and Dallas Campbell released a completely original score for the classic Night of the Living Dead, and it’s glorious. Ironically, when I say “completely original”, that’s not entirely accurate, as connoisseurs will immediately hear the influences of/homages to Fabio Frizzi (Zombie),  Fred Myrow & Malcolm Seagrave (Phantasm), Goblin (Suspiria, et al), John Harrison (Creepshow) and, of course, Mr. John Carpenter. It’s a kick ass mashup of all the horror scores of yore, smartly executed and a real joy to listen to.

You can get the album (all 31 tracks!) as a digital download for a measly $10 via Lakeshore Records’ Bandcamp page at https://lakeshorerecords.bandcamp.com/album/night-of-the-living-dead-original-motion-picture-rescore.

The soundtrack will be hitting all other digital retailers on October 21st. For those of you who want the full cinematic experience, Lakeshore Records will be streaming the re-scored version of the movie on their Youtube Channel October 28th, just in time for Halloween!

Have a listen!

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Vac-tastic Plastic – Gigantic Vintage Halloween Mask Wall Art!

  • Posted : October 14th, 2016
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Pumpkinrot posted about this a month ago, but I think it deserves a signal boost. From Retro-A-Go-Go:

Calling all monster fans! Get ready to shriek with pure joy! As you know, for too many years, there hasn’t been enough cool Halloween décor created specifically for us monster lovers. Retro-a-go-go! Product Developer, artist Doug P’gosh, set out to change exactly that — and he has in a big, big way!

Introducing the brand new & original Retro-a-go-go! product line called, Vac-tastic Plastic horror décor, exclusively yours from Retro-a-go-go!

Meet the first seven creeps in this new, Ghoulsville thrilling series. Each mask is thoughtfully inspired by our warm memories of costumes and playsuits of the 60’s-70’s. These masks and costumes were found at the local Five & Dime Stores. The plastic masks were our favorite part of those old vintage costumes.

We’ve blown our Vac-tastic Ghoulsville wall décor masks up to gigantic and monstrous proportions. Each fantastic mask towers just under 2 feet tall. Best part is, they’re created in the same spirit and material used for the much-loved vintage kid’s masks of yesteryear. Even the collector’s edition box, with the clear top, is an homage to the original window boxes. Whether you get your freak on by adding them to your boring walls or keep them mint in box and proudly displayed, there is nothing else like them anywhere! The word unusual doesn’t come close to their creeptastic awesomeness. Collect them all!

See all the masks and order yours at http://www.retroagogo.com/vac-tastic-plastic/!

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Spooky Audiophiles Rejoice! Scar Stuff Returns… Sort of

  • Posted : October 14th, 2016
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We’ve talked about the legendary Scar Stuff blog many times; Nightmare City Halloween has some great news about it:

In 2006 Jason Willis created the ultimate Halloween audio sharing blog which created the mold for which all other Halloween audio blogs aspired to emulate. Sadly, Jason was forced to remove most of his sharing links.

Now, 10 years later, in tribute to the original Scar Stuff Blog, Stevo In Yr Stereo of Nightmare City Halloween has lovingly restored all of the original The Spooky So Far shares to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Scar Stuff Blog.

Run, Don’t Walk, to get these classic Halloween shares, before it’s too late!!!

http://scarstuff.blogspot.com/2006/10/spooky-so-far_18.html

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ArieScope’s 18th Annual Halloween Short “Don’t Do It!”

  • Posted : October 14th, 2016
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Adam Green’s ArieScope Pictures releases a Halloween-themed short film every year (all of which you can see at http://www.ariescope.com), and has just released 2016’s short “Don’t Do It!”. Enjoy!

DON’T DO IT! from ArieScope Pictures on Vimeo.

A man encounters a moral dilemma while carving a Jack-O-Lantern in ArieScope’s 18th annual Halloween short film- starring Chase Williamson (JOHN DIES AT THE END) and Sid Haig (THE DEVIL’S REJECTS), written and directed by Adam Green.

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Halloween Treats Teaser from Fright-Rags.com!

  • Posted : October 4th, 2016
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Fright-Rags.com has sent out a teaser for some of its upcoming releases in the next few weeks and they’ll include Trick ‘r Treat, the General Mills Cereal Monsters and last year’s epic Tales of Halloween! If you’re not on their mailing list, you should sign up – it’s the fastest way to find out what these releases will be and when they’ll be released!

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