Ebay Find Of The Week: ‘Wishmaster’ Button Pins!

As I’ve stated before, horror pins seem to be all of the rage nowadays and I myself have bought into the hype both figuratively and literally.  But what about the good old horror days, when buttons or pins were made to help promote a movie?  Case in point – the 1997 movie Wishmaster.  What would you do if you could own a promotional pin from that film?  Or wait – what if you could own TEN promotional pins?!?!

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Yesssssssss.  Someone on eBay is selling 10 promotional pins from Wishmaster.  You’re gonna have to be a pretty hardcore Wishmaster fan to snag these up, but I’m sure there is someone out there who can’t get enough of Djinn!  Maybe you can buy them and try and use them as quarters too.  But anyway – if you want to be the proud owner of this lot of Wishmaster pins, then follow the link HERE and snatch them up for $10.  Sidenote: I’m not sure why the listing has the word ‘Vampire‘ in it.  Clearly this seller has never seen the movie.  For shame!  I wish for you to be banned from selling Wishmaster merchandise.

Ebay Find Of The Week: Prism Vending Machine ‘Toxic Avenger’ Sticker

From time to time, I like to post up ridiculously priced horror-related items that I find on eBay.  This is one of those times.  But who knows – maybe you won’t find the price all that ridiculous, and maybe you’ll even click the ‘Buy It Now‘ button on the listing after you read this?  Especially if you’ve been looking for an 80’s Prism vending machine Toxic Avenger sticker!

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Oh that shiny metallic border is pretty sharp.  Now, I do remember the old school Prism sticker vending machines where you would slide a quarter in and get a surprise sticker from a particular entertainment genre.  Unfortunately, I don’t really remember the horror ones, but you can take a stroll down memory lane HERE and check out what they had to offer.

Now let’s get back to business with this Toxic Avenger sticker that’s up on eBay. Guesses on the price?  $20?  $75?  $100?  Nope, nope, and nope.  Try $200!  Yes, this sticker is up for sale HERE on eBay for $200.  Let that sink in and feel free to watch it and see if someone actually pays that amount.  FYI – you can actually find some of the other Prism horror movie offerings on eBay for a much more reasonable price.

Ebay Find Of The Week: ‘Phantasm II’ Promotional Button

Buttons and pins seem to be all the rage nowadays, so it only makes sense to start scouring eBay for old promotional horror buttons.  And upon my scouring, I came across this little gem for all of my Phantasm fans out there:

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Wow.  That’s one big ass button!  It looks like it’s the size of about 20 quarters. No word in the listing if the quarter actually comes with the button or not though.  I actually like Phantasm II more than Phantasm, and I’m sure I’m not alone on that.  So if you need this to add to your Phantasm collection, it will only set you back $12.95 (plus shipping) which is not too shabby for a magnificent horror-themed button.  You can go to the eBay listing HERE to snatch it up before someone else does.  Do it now BOY!!!!!!!

Ebay Find Of The Week: ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Atari Video Game

I honestly never thought I would be doing a post about an Atari video game that costs $500.  But here we go!  Not just any Atari video game though – but The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Atari video game:

$_57I was actually surprised that the price was so high for this.  Not because it’s an old video game, but because it’s a shitty old video game.  Pretty much the best thing about it is the cover with the Columbo-looking guy hunting down Leatherface and the fact that Leatherface’s chainsaw in the game looks the cross between a faucet and a penis.  Nevermind the $500 price tag, if you are the hardcore horror collector, this is a must to own.  Go check out the listing on Ebay over HERE and make sure to check out some of the awesomely bad footage from the game down below:

Ebay Find Of The Week: Prop Wigs From ‘House Of Wax’ (2005)

What’s the next best thing to having the pole that impaled Paris Hilton’s head during her impressive death scene from 2005’s House Of Wax?  A wig that her stunt double may have used of course!  I love scouring Ebay for random horror shit that people put up, and today I hit the jackpot when I found not one, but six stunt wigs from that underrated horror remake:

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Now you and your friends can live out that fantasy of re-inacting House Of Wax.  It really makes it all worth it, doesn’t it?  Ok – now let’s talk price.  All of these beauties can be yours (along with some unused sideburns!) for $440 or you can attempt to make a best offer.  So that’s roughly $75 per wig.  A bit high, but also priceless if you’re a die-hard House Of Wax fan.  Head on over HERE and click that ‘Buy It Now’ button if you’re ready to make your dreams come true.  And for the rest of us who want our dreams to come true, let’s watch Paris Hilton bite the dust in the clip below:

Ebay Find Of The Week: ‘Trick ‘R Treat’ Lollipop Props

It’s the middle of April and I’m already posting about Halloween.  There’s nothing wrong with this statement, because it’s never to early to talk about Halloween!  And when I think of this beloved holiday, I think about Trick ‘R Treat, the amazing anthology horror movie given to us in 2007 by writer/director Michael Dougherty.  So who wouldn’t want to own some homemade replica lollipops that Sam carried around in the movie and sometimes murdered people with?

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Be careful if you’re thinking that those look delicious, because you can’t eat them.  Unfortunately, they’re not edible unless you have a taste for sculpted resin.  They’re pretty dead on to the real thing from the movie though, which makes them a must have for any real Trick ‘R Treat fan.  Only problem is that they’re going to cost you $75.  I may have just lost a few of you on that price tag, but if you’ve got some deep pockets then head on over to the listing HERE and grab them while you can.  Me personally, I would do it for $50, so maybe the seller will drop the price eventually.  Oh btw – Halloween is only 203 days away!