Bones!!! I said…..BONES!!! Yes, everyone loves a good bone. But who doesn’t really love a good bone from the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie set?!? You’re probably a bit confused, so let me explain a little. Someone on eBay is selling three bones said to be used in the Sawyer house (specifically the ‘door slam scene’) from the horror classic. Below are said bones:
Now, to help along with the certification – the seller has gotten Ed Neal (The Hitchhiker) from the movie to sign for the authenticity. I bet you’re wondering how much these bones cost. Well……no bones about it, they’re not cheap. Starting at the price of around $2100 (ouch), you can choose ONE of the three ones. Only one bone for you! Want to know more? Head over HERE to the listing to check it out. Now, the original TCM is my favorite horror movie of all time……but, I don’t know I can plunk down $2100 for a bone from the set. To each his/her own though!
I am here to save your Valentine’s Day! With a completely random gift idea for that horror lover in your life that loves 80’s horror movies……and maybe more specifically – the 1987 horror/comedy My Demon Lover. Yeah, it’s probably a very small group of you. But what if I told you that you could own a very rare promotional pin that changes actor Scott Valentine (Nick from Family Ties) into a demon with one quick movement???
I feel like I’ve hit a new low here. But, yes! That lovely promo pin from My Demon Lover can be yours if you head over HERE and either buy it or make an offer. I would suggest making an offer. A very low offer. All kidding aside, I love finding these quirky little promo items on eBay because it reminds me of a simpler time in horror. Now, don’t delay and snatch it up before another Scott Valentine fan does it before you.
Shots! Shots! Shots! Shots! Fitting considering it’s Cinco de Mayo and I’m craving tequila. But anyway, why take a shot out of a boring shot glass that you picked up on your road trip to Nebraska when you can put your lips onto this promotional shot glass from the remake/reboot of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre?!?
Unfortunately, they weren’t able to coordinate Jessica Biel’s wondrous white tank top into the design of the shot glass, but it’s a shot glass nonetheless. Some good news is that the seller on eBay has about 10 of these and is accepting offers and is including ‘free shipping’ as well. So, I’m guessing you could probably snag one for around $5 in total. If you’re feeling like you need this in your life, then go to the listing HERE and do your business. Or you can just go to Youtube and look up slow-mo shots of Jessica Biel running around in that white tank top. Your choice.
Have you ever wanted to own an actual container of The Stuff? What about a ‘Vampires Everywhere!’ comic book from The Lost Boys? Good news my friends, because I found a spot where you can get not one, but both of those things! It’s a little company called Rabid Weasel Studio, and if you’re looking for some rare ‘one of a kind’ type horror memorabilia, then they’ve got you covered. Why is this sounding like a car commercial?
I sure am hungry now after staring at that picture of The Stuff. I just can’t get enough. Anyway, I was pretty impressed when I went over to Rabid Weasel’s Etsy page to check out their line of products. They specialize in re-creating some of your favorite horror movie props and gimmicks. In addition to the aforementioned items, you can pick up everything from some ‘Good Guys’ batteries from Child’s Play to a replica voodoo doll from Creepshow.
Me myself, I have to get a container of The Stuff, fill it up with Cool Whip, and play a cruel joke on someone in the near future. I can be pretty theatrical, so I’m confident I can make someone believe that The Stuff is actually eating ME and not the other way around. If you or someone you know would like to check out all of Rabid Weasel’s horror movie goodies, the head on over to their Etsy site HERE or their eBay page HERE and get ready to spend some cash!
I know that Halloween is coming up soon, and Christmas won’t be far behind it. So why not purchase something that combines the two in glorious hand painted latex fashion? Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you – the Jack Frost snowman mask!
If you’ve seen the wonderful 1997 straight-to-video crapfest that is Jack Frost, then you know that the mask above bears an unmistakeable likeness to our favorite homicidal snowman. So if you were to buy this off of Ebay, you could be the hit of your holiday party this year! Just make sure you don’t go dipping your carrot anywhere it’s not wanted. Believe it or not, at $80 a pop – there have already been four of these masks sold and only two are left. So head on over HERE and grab yours before they’re gone. And if you need any inspiration to assist you with your purchase, then by all means click on the link below:
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:
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:
2010’s Piranha 3D had a lot of things: Boobs. Boobs. Boobs. Sorry, I got sidetracked on the boobs from the movie. Of course there were other things going on besides real and fake breasts, and one of those things was the exceptional death of director Eli Roth (who was playing a wet T-shirt contest MC) by speedboat:
Tremendous. So imagine my surprise when I was browsing around Ebay today and actually found someone selling an Eli Roth torso prop from the movie that was supposedly used in that scene. Yes, it’s my duty to inform some of you out there in Movieland that Eli’s real head did not actually explode on impact from the boat. They used a prop, and below is a pic of it and what the seller is offering on Ebay.
Sweet Jesus, that’s pretty creepy. Good job on the chest hair though as it seems pretty accurate compared to the real Eli Roth. Unfortunately if you want this rare prop, it’s going to cost you at least $1000. But the seller is accepting offers, so that’s always a plus. Head on over to the listing HEREand take a look at more pics and a better description of what this actually is. There is no COA proof, but if you look at it – how the hell could it not not be real? Unless someone just has a strange infatuation with Eli Roth and likes making lifelike props of him. It could happen.
I always get nervous when Halloween comes around, because I feel like I can never come up with a creative, original costume. Good thing I won’t have that problem this year, because I think I’m going to go as Chocolate Chip Charlie from the 1985 B-movie horror classic, The Stuff!
Quite possibly the most random Halloween mask I’ve ever seen, it’s a pretty good replication of what our chocolate chip guru (played masterfully by Garrett Morris) looked like when he revealed that he was indeed hooked on The Stuff. Granted, most people won’t know who the hell you are if you wear it – but you’ll definitely get points for originality. If you’re interested in this bad boy, head on over to Ebay HERE and snag one up for $110. A bit pricey, but it’s hand made and painted, so think of it as supporting the arts. And always remember: Enough is never enough of The Stuff! Isn’t that right, Chocolate Chip Charlie?
I’ve mentioned before that I’m on a bit of a horror vinyl soundtrack kick lately. Because of that, I am constantly jumping on Ebay to see if I can find any good deals. Case in point: I snagged an original copy of The Fog soundtrack still in shrink wrap for $40. So imagine my joy when I came across a copy of the elusive soundtrack to the 1980 horror humdinger, The Boogey Man.
Only 1000 of these were pressed and each are individually hand numbered. So it’s a rare find indeed and a pretty sweet soundtrack. The only problem? The jackass who’s selling it is selling it at a starting bid of $1000. Now, it’s somewhat rare, but come on man! What’s funny is this dumbass constantly keeps posting it up week after week, never lowering the price and even charging close to $40 for shipping too. Peep the listing HERE.
So does it come in an enclosed tomb with dry ice packed in it or something? Are there valuable jewels hidden within the vinyl that only can be revealed if you play the record backwards? No clue if this is a joke or if this guy is for real, but I’m about to burst his bubble a bit. It was just announced that they are re-releasing The Boogey Man soundtrack on vinyl, and you can pick it up right HERE for a lot cheaper than $1000. Only 500 of these were made though, so snag it fast. And if you don’t know about The Boogey Man, then perhaps this clip below will sell you on it.
Tired of your old coffee mug? Have you been craving one that reminds you of a large demonic creature from the depths of hell that comes to exact revenge thanks to a creepy witch summoning him?
If you can’t read or maybe don’t have your glasses on, I’ll tell you what that is. It’s a rare Pumpkinhead promotional coffee mug given out to video shop owners back in 1988 when the movie was released on VHS. Now even though it doesn’t have the face of the great creature that the late Stan Winston created, it’s still a nice little slice of horror nostalgia, especially if you’re a coffee drinker. Head on over to the listing HERE on Ebay and ‘Buy It Now’ for a reasonable $17!