Linnea Quigley's Horror Workout." Not only does Strange Ways have the DVD re-release in stock; they're also offering an exclusive vintage-style tee to commemorate the cult classic's return. You can purchase the shirt on its own for $29.95, or as part of a bundle with the DVD at the discounted price of $43.99.
p.s. - Strange Ways is a curated shop founded by Alex Dakoulas, owner of the now defunct and surely missed Dance Party Massacre. The shirts I own from that brand are still among my favorite articles of clothing. Learn more details about the shop on their "About" page, and sign up for their email list to receive 10% off your first order.
unfortunate recipient of a full frontal sliming would be downing an entire teacup of ectoplasmic brew. Slimer classes it up on Edward Teabelly's "Spud" t shirt, breaking out his top hat and pencil mustache for the occasion. Head over to Edward Teabelly's teashop to get one of these short-run tees before they're banished to the containment unit for good.
Argyle Armory's "Monster" tee. This funky three color design features the work of artist June Vigants, and is only available in limited quantities from the Argyle Armory shop.
Death's Head Hawkmoth and its skull-like mark have induced feelings of uneasiness for ages, as evidenced by its appearance in works of fiction spanning more than a century. Most notably, the species appears in Bram Stoker's "Dracula" and replaced the more muted Black Witch moth in the movie adaption of "The Silence Of The Lambs." Straw Castle Design captures the creature in all its ominous glory in his "Death's Head Hawkmoth" bandana. The 22" x 22" bandana combines four of his expertly hand carved blocks in one cohesive piece, screen-printed with soft water-based inks on your choice of three different colored fabrics. Whether you would wear it as a traditional bandana, or hang it on the wall as a mini-tapestry, I definitely recommend ordering one (or all three). Mine came in the mail just the other day, you're sure to be impressed with the quality. You'll find all three color options in Straw Castle Design's Etsy store. While you're there, check out the hand printed "Trick or Treat" block prints.
His legend may have seen drastic alterations over the years, but none of them make this harbinger of death any less frightening. Fright-Rags' "Headless Horseman" features a beautiful painterly illustration of the decapitated apparition, wielding a vibrant flaming jack-o-lantern that looks as though its about to come flying off of the t shirt. The design is in stock now over at Fright-Rags' online shop.
T-Shirt Pusher's "Ugly Halloween Sweater." There is no way green and red should overpower black and orange this time of year. Wear it to your holiday parties in December and watch the Christmas freaks get all uptight about you encroaching on their festivities. Slow your roll Christmas, slow your roll.
"Lucky Lucy" is Dead Zebra, Inc.'s limited edition follow-up to Halloween 2013's "Trickrtreat Android." Andrew Bell has designed this frisky two-faced feline with the option to pose it with varying expressions, just like its predecessor. Mine just arrived in the mail last week, and is currently on display with the "cranky" face forward. This is the look I most frequently associate with my bratty black cat - the same animal who just puked up a fresh hairball immediately after had I finished cleaning up her earlier mess. If you act quick you may still be able to catch one of these figures from the Dead Zebra, Inc. shop before they are all gone. You cannot beat the $10 price tag. Please note that as a limited edition item, Dead Zebra, Inc. only allows the purchase of two per household.