Ebay Find Of The Week: ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Shot Glass!

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?!?

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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.

Ebay Find Of The Week: ‘Saw III’ Promotional Dental Floss

I have a confession to make right now:  I have some food stuck in my teeth.  I know it might be a hard confession to comprehend, but it’s true.  And I also have another confession:  I kinda like Saw III.  It might be one of my favorites in the ongoing Saw franchise.  That might be just as hard to comprehend.  Now if only I could combine my two confessions and get this damn food out from in between my teeth……..

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Oh my stars!  Today’s my lucky day!  Yes, that is actually some promotional dental floss released in correspondence with the Saw III movie.  And it’s complete with the hilarious tagline “Opening Wide This Halloween“.  Now, the good news is that a seller on eBay is letting this go to one lucky bidder.  The bad news is that it might be the most expensive dental floss you ever bought because it will set you back about $20.  If you want to check out the listing and more pics, then head on over HERE.  Or if you just want to sit there with food in your teeth like me, then you can do that as well.

Ebay Find Of The Week: ‘The Ruins’ Promotional Tool Kit

Ho-Ho-Ho!!  Santa isn’t done bringing you presents yet!  And man oh man, do I have good news for any of you little boys and girls out there that were asking for a promotional tool kit from the 2008 killer plant movie, The Ruins!

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That’s right – everything you need to fend off those pesky plant vines that try to burrow into your body and under your skin and make you horribly disfigure yourself to try and get them out:  A compass!  A flashlight!  And something that kind of looks like a switchblade!  Truth be told, I kind of admire The Ruins and it’s one of the only horror movies that makes me “squirm”.  If you want to own this ultra-rare promotional tool kit from the movie, then head on over to the eBay listing HERE and either ‘Buy It Now’ or ‘Make An Offer’.  You’ll be glad you have this the next time a vine is rubbing up next to you trying to make a move.

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: ‘Demons’ Replica Mask (1985)

Easily one of my favorite horror movies of all time is Lamberto Bava’s 1985 Italian splatter classic, Demons.  A ridiculous but hugely entertaining mess of a movie that turns into full-on demon carnage after a prostitute named Rosemary (Geretta Geretta) puts on a prop mask at a movie theater.  And now thanks to the glorious Ebay gods, someone has replicated that very mask for you to own.

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Not too shabby.  Just don’t put the mask on if you buy it or else there’s a 50/50 chance that you’ll turn into a demon.  And you’re teeth will get all messed up, and you don’t want that.  But yes, up on Ebay right now, you can bid on one of these replica masks that comes with a mini framed poster (you get to choose from 3) and also a replica of the Metropol movie ticket from the movie as well. If you’re tempted to bid, it starts at $99.95 (plus $45 shipping) which honestly isn’t bad at all for this particular piece in my opinion.  You can go HERE if you want to check out more about it and maybe you’ll end up with the coolest Halloween mask in the process.  Now in the spirit of Demons, let’s end this post with some words of wisdom from Tony The Pimp:

Ebay Find Of The Week: ‘Silent Night Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker’ Movie Poster

Looking for that perfect gift for the horror fan in your life?  It is the holiday season, so if you’re not looking, you should be somewhat ashamed of yourself. But if that special horror-enthusiastic person you know is a fan of Silent Night Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker, then I may have just found you the perfect gift!

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Oh wow!  Is that a Silent Night Deadly Night 5 poster???  For the two people who are actual fans of this movie, it’s ok to show your excitement.  But yes, that is indeed an actual 27 X 40 poster that can be yours on Ebay for only $10. Unfortunately, Mickey Rooney is not included.  Nor is that smug kid on the poster either.  But at $10, it’s actually kind of a steal to own a piece of ‘bad horror film’ memorabilia.  So if you’re interested, head over to the Ebay listing HERE and snatch it up.  If not, feel free to go spend your $10 on some delicious holiday cookies.

Ebay Find Of The Week: ‘The Amityville Horror’ 1979 Promotional Night Light

Having trouble sleeping at night?  Afraid of the dark?  Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered.  Luckily upon my weekly scouring through the pages of Ebay, I found something to help cure your night terrors and put a hole in your wallet at the same time!

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What you’re looking at up there is an actual promotional night light from the original 1979 haunted house flick, The Amityville Horror.  And what better way to give you a better night’s sleep than with a night light from a creepy-ass horror movie about demonic forces that can possess your body?  Now for the price shocker:  this little gem is up on Ebay for $95.  It better damn well come with a possession for that amount of dough.  Maybe you’re a die-hard Amityville Horror fan and can justify that price, or maybe you’re just an avid night light collector and desperately need this to be added to your collection. Whatever the case, if you feel like snatching it up – head on over to the Ebay listing HERE and get it!

Ebay Find Of The Week: Chocolate Chip Charlie Halloween Mask (The Stuff – 1985)

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!

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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?

Ebay Find Of The Week: The Boogey Man Soundtrack On Vinyl (1980)

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.

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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.

Ebay Find Of The Week: Pumpkinhead Coffee Mug

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?

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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!