Everyone knows the scariest day next to the Apocalypse is the day after Thanksgiving. Lock your doors, stock up on food, and don’t leave your house. The “Crazies” are coming out of the wood work for Christmas shopping “deals.” Is it worth the pain and suffering to get that extra special price? HELL NO! Do your shopping like a sane person and check out these creepy internet finds.
Shirt.woot.com is a great resource. A new shirt every day shipped for $10.00 and you can select a past design for $15.00. Reasonable prices year-round and lots of super cute horror designs in men’s and women’s sizes! Check out Fear of the Dark, a nice take on Little Red Riding Hood.
ThinkGeek provides a wealth of ideas for the twisted inside. Clean the blood off with Blood Bath Shower Gel. It’s an affordable stocking stuffer for the homicidal maniac in your life.
No crazy cubicle would be complete without The Ex Voodoo Pen Holder. While on the expensive side at $39.99, it is 15% off EVERYTHING Black Friday weekend and $5.99 flat rate shipping.
FINALLY! Guillermo del Toro‘s first feature film, Cronos, is available in Blu-ray Criterion Collector’s Edition. A must have for any del Toro, Ron Perlman, or vampire fan. It is highly lauded and carries a whopping 89% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
With the influx of Zombie popularity, there is no shortage of Zombie/Survival video games out there. Dead Rising 2 is one of the more interesting. A sandbox style game where you can get creative with your zombie killing paraphernalia.
|BARNESANDNOBLE.COMRecommended by one of the founding fathers of modern horror literature, The Passage by Justin Cronin was released in June 2010 and is receiving rave reviews. It details a post apocalyptic world overrun by vampire-like creatures and 100 years of survival. The first part of a trilogy, it will bring satisfaction to a horror loving bibliophile.|
Keep a look out for more creepy cute stuff we find in the future, and let us know if you have a favorite virtual chopping mall you’d like us to check out.
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