Legendary horror director John Carpenter known for iconic films such as Halloween, They Live, The Thing, Prince of Darkness and many more turns 72 today. In honor of his birthday, popular horror apparel company, Fright-Rags has teamed with the immensely talented artist Nathan Thomas Milliner to create a brand new design paying homage to the director’s entire filmography called The Master Carpenter.
The Master Carpenter collection is available until Sunday, January 19th and will ship out the week of January 31st. Grab your while they are still available and show your appreciation for the master of the horror genre.
Not only have the folks at Fright-Rags been busy bringing a new John Carpenter design, they have also come out with a new line of merchandise to celebrate Rob Zombie’s directorial debut film, House of 1000 Corpses. The collection pays tribute to the late, great Sid Haig and his iconic character Captain Spaulding with a new t-shirt designs as well as socks. The collection features 3 brand new designs including a Haunted Mansion-style album cover.
Pick up these new designs as well as countless other amazing products at Fright-Rags.com.
Danielle Harris became a cult icon with her role as Michael Myers’ niece Jamie Lloyd in 1988’s Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and 1989’s Halloween 5, and has since only continued to solidify herself as one of the most recognizable and beloved scream queens. Now, thanks to Terror Threads, it is much easier to show your love and support for one of horror’s most beautiful badasses.
Say hello to the officially licensed line of Danielle Harris merch. This amazing collection features a design called “Stab Happy” by artist Sam Coyne (samhain1992) that pays homage to the role that launched her to cult horror stardom. “Stab Happy” is available on t-shirts (both men’s and women’s starting at $26), baseball t-shirts (starting at $36), tank tops (starting at $26), zip hoodies (starting at $47), a poster ($15), a mug ($20) and an enamel pin (already sold out).
This collection is selling fast (as mentioned above, the pins are already sold out), so if you want a to get your creepy little hands on any of the items featuring “Stab Happy”, you better move quickly. If you want a pin, there is an area to submit a request to bring them back, so be sure to let the great folks at Terror Threads know that you want them back.
Who knows, maybe if the “Stab Happy” merch does well, we will see another Terror Threads/Danielle Harris collaboration (fingers crossed).