Showing posts with label Halloween. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Halloween. Show all posts

Monday, October 8, 2018

Samhain Sets from Taylored Curiosities

    Fall is my favorite time of year for a multitude of reasons.  The sun stops trying to roast me like a chicken, all the tourists go back home (which is really a bonus because none of them understand that left turns in New Jersey usually involve a jug handle), and the woods are free to walk in as the ticks have died off and the venomous snakes have begun their hibernation until spring.  The tourist thing is especially awesome though, as leaving the house stops resembling an episode of Jersey Shore.  That show is horrible in its accuracy.

     Autumn also ushers in Halloween season, which I'm told some people have to actually decorate their house for.  My house stays spooky year round.  Of course our celebration of Halloween is predated by the harvest festival of Samhain and to commemorate the occasion, Taylored Curiosities has created a special resin figure set.  Each one comes with everything you need to have a successful new begining after the spirits of your ancestors come to visit you on the 31st.  Should I buy like a cheese platter or wash extra towels?  I never know what to do when I have company, let alone dead relatives I've yet to meet.

    Only 20 sets are available for preorder and they can be had by visiting

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Horror Classics Mystery Minis from Funko

    Only Funko could turn the film world's most frightening characters into something that is almost cute.  I would like to point out that they did forget about the scariest movie I've ever seen.  I don't blame them for missing it, because there really wasn't any blood or gore, but this film has psychologically damaged me from the moment I saw it:

    I'm pretty sure this movie has rendered me unable to have kids.  Who knew that teenagers were so horrific?  I would spend many nights at Camp Crystal Lake with Jason trying to murder me before I would be inclined to try and raise teenage girls.   They're scary.  

    Back to the task at hand.   You know you want them all.  They will be released August 15th in blind box form wherever you prefer to buy your toys.