The Most Awesome Images of the Week: 11/10-11/14

We’ve reached the end of another week – thank god! – which means it’s time to once again take a look at the coolest, weirdest and/or most awesome images I’ve stumbled across on the internet this week.

So let’s get right to it, shall we?!

Silent Night, Deadly Night soundtrack

Yesterday, UK’s Death Waltz Recording Company put up for grabs limited edition Silent Night, Deadly Night and Christmas Evil vinyl soundtracks, and it didn’t take long for them to sell out. At the time of writing this, however, the former is still available through them on 2-disc CD, including the score and an entire album of Christmas songs recorded for the movie but never used. So if you want it – and you should – grab it quick. Will have a review up here on HL once I get mine!

Silent Night, Deadly Night ornament

Speaking of Silent Night, Deadly Night, Fright Rags is getting ready to unveil a 30th anniversary box set packed with t-shirts and goodies, including this ornament that they showed off over on Instagram this week. Something just seems so right about hanging Linnea Quigley’s antler-impaled corpse on a Christmas tree, doesn’t it? You can see more preview pictures over on the Fright Rags Instagram, and stay tuned for the full reveal!

Alice Cooper Halloween mask

Though Halloween has passed us by for the year, that just means another one is looming on the horizon. And mask company Trick or Treat Studios is wasting absolutely no time looking forward to Halloween 2015, as they’ve already begun showing off their upcoming product line. Next year, Alice Cooper gets added to their ever-expanding collection of goodies, which should make for some fun costumes!

Ninja Turtles In Dreams

Both Robert Englund and John “Crypt Keeper” Kassir lent their voices to tonight’s episode of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series on Nickelodeon, which is going to be a spoof of A Nightmare on Elm Street. Titled ‘In Dreams,’ the episode centers on dream-invading beavers, voiced by Englund and Kassir. You’re not going to want to miss this one, so be sure to tune in to Nick at 8pm EST TONIGHT!

They Live sequel

Running from last night through November 23rd at California’s 8-bit Gallery is an exhibit called ‘SEQUEL,’ featuring poster art that imagines movie sequels that were never actually made. Artist Matt Haley‘s contribution is one of the coolest, putting Pam Grier, Kurt Russell and Tom Atkins into a faux sequel of John Carpenter’s They Live. How much would you pay to see this? Because I’m not sure there’s a price tag too high for that ticket.

Wolf Creek Blu-ray

I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m perhaps the biggest Wolf Creek fan of them all, which in fact resulted in me dressing up as Mick Taylor for Halloween this year. I love both the original film and this year’s sequel, and though I already own both, I simply can’t resist picking up this Blu-ray two-pack, which is being released in Australia December 3rd. In addition to the movies, the set includes a Mick Taylor beer koozie, which is hands down my new favorite promotional item. WANT. NEED. MUST HAVE.

Predator toy

For this year’s Designer Con, toy-makers Good For You Toys whipped up these To Catch a Predator/Predator mash-up toys, depicting one of the movie Predators as a sex predator. Pretty brilliant, if you’re asking me. Though they were exclusive to the event, the company returned home with a few still left in stock, so they’re now up for grabs in the Good For You shop. They’re selling for $45 each, and are available in various colorways.


We end this week’s image round-up with a little shameless self promotion, as the 2014 holiday ornament from my personal brand Freddy In Space went up for sale today. A collaboration with Homemade Horror, these Return of the Living Dead ornaments are hand-sculpted and hand-painted, selling for $20 apiece. You can also add a dripping tar base to your order for just $5, to convert the ornament into a year-round display piece. They’re available for 24 hours only, and can be found in the Freddy In Space online shop!

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