Jigsaw, the long-awaited eighth installment in the franchise, is still in theaters (limited) via Lionsgate. Fright-Rags celebrates the return of the modern horror icon with a new collection of T-shirts – including one that glows in the dark – and enamel pins from the film.
These items along with a lot of other horror merchandise are on sale now at Fright-Rags.com!
Editor’s Comment: On the heels of our upcoming detailed written review of Jigsaw in 3 days by BillChete and Lady Phantom these shirts look awesome, although we feel overpriced at $27.00 each from small to 4x size. True Saw fans will love these new items from the ever popular and growing horror memorabilia site Fright Rags.
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Whether you prefer Michael Myers or Silver Shamrock, Fright-Rags has something for all fans of the Halloween franchise with the Halloween II and Halloween III: Season of the Witch collections.
They feature a whopping eight shirts – four from each film – including classic poster artwork, brand new designs, and art styled after vintage advertisements. The poster designs are also available on Fright-Rags’ custom black and orange baseball tees.
Eight new enamel pins are available as well. There are five Halloween II enamel pins, including a depiction of Nurse Jill’s death scene with sliding action. All three of Halloween III’s killer masks have been turned into enamel pins, each housed in a miniature mask box.
Always thinking outside the box, Fright-Rags has recreated Budd’s Haddonfield Memorial Hospital uniform from Halloween II as a zip-up hoodie. Complete the outfit with pairs of Halloween II and Halloween III socks, each featuring the respective movie’s masks.
Halloween II and Halloween III: Season of the Witch collections are on sale now at Fright-Rags.com. All items are in stock and ready to ship. The clock is ticking!
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Production has just wrapped in Los Angeles on the horror film “Tales of Frankenstein,” starring Bruce Lee’s “Game of Death’s” Mel Novak and “Wolverine,” creator Len Wein in his final film.
“I was lucky enough to know Len well enough to call him a friend. He was a great guy, a fantastic writer and actor and can never be replaced,” said Novak.
This film has an Indiegogo campaign for post-production costs with lots of great perks!
2018 marks the 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelley’s classic novel “Frankenstein,” so the goal of the film is to be released at that time to coincide with this momentous anniversary. This much-anticipated project is based upon four of writer-director Donald F. Glut’s (#1 Best Selling Star Wars novel “The Empire Strikes Back”) short stories published in his book Tales of Frankenstein: “My Creation, My Beloved,” (a deformed descendant of Victor Frankenstein creates the perfect man and woman), “Crawler from the Grave,” (another Frankenstein descendant’s disembodied, plague-infected arm returns from the grave for revenge), “Madhouse of Death” (a private detective winds up in an old dark house filled with loonies…and a gorilla) and “Dr. Karnstein’s Creation,” (a mad doctor creates a monster in vampire-haunted Transylvania – with gruesomely unexpected results).
The film also stars Jerry Lacy (TV’s “Dark Shadows”), Ann Robinson (“War of the Worlds”), Beverly Washburn (”Old Yeller”), John Blyth Barrymore (“Fake News”), Jim Tavare (“Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban), Douglas Tait ( “monster performer” in “Star Trek”), Robert Axelrod (“Power Rangers”), T.J. Storm (“Deadpool”) and Jena Sims (“Sharknado 5″). The film features special make-up and effects by Emmy winner John Goodwin (TV’s “CSI” franchise). This film is executive produced by Glut and produced by Edward L. Plumb. The production company is Pecosborn Productions and the distributor is Leomark Studios, who is handling worldwide sales and plans to be in attendance at the American Film Market in November.
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Mountain Fever is the feature debut of director Hendrik Faller, an independent filmmaker working in London looking to bring this unique British-led alpine thriller to international audiences.
“I wanted to explore human nature in extreme circumstances. What are we capable of when life becomes a pure act of survival?” Hendrik Faller says is the question driving his movie. “Mountain Fever is a nail-biting survivalist thriller that pits its characters against each other as their situation devolves into maximum desperation. I think genre fans are going to love the cat and mouse game that ensues.” There’s also literally a cat, Hendrik Faller points out. “We have a one-eyed kazak cat who plays a fantastic little role, we even have a horse… But the most surprising character is Kara. She’s this mysterious, gas mask wearing stranger who pistol-whips her way through the men in our film. She’s a real dark horse, twisting our snow-heaped tale in ways the audience just cannot predict. It’s a really wild journey and I believe our viewers are going to be on the edge of their seats from start to finish!”
A fatal flu pandemic has plunged Europe into chaos. City boy Jack takes refuge in the Alps but he’s ill-equipped to survive the harsh winter. Things only get worse when renegade Kara breaks into his house and commandeers his dwindling food supplies.
His inept plan to get rid of her disintegrates when outsiders invade, turning the hostile Kara into his only ally.
Little does he know that Kara is the source of all the trouble and that the weather-hardened locals will do anything to get to her. Stuck in the middle of a bitter siege, Jack must choose a side if he hopes to survive.
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