OUT NOW - THE CHAIR is based on the Alterna Comics graphic novel of the same name. Starring the late Roddy “Rowdy” Piper - in his final feature film performance.Read More
It's finally here, available on demand for your in-home viewing pleasure. Experience Panos Cosmatos' drug fueled thriller and experience life itself (not really, but it's damn good).Read More
SARGAD US REGION DVD
Elina (Sarah Giercksky), along with her mother and sister, travel to an old cabin for a brief stay in hopes of visiting familiar grounds, in order to spread the ashes of her recently deceased father. Things seem to be going smoothly as Elina revisits old stomping grounds and reacquaints with old friends, but when three men violently disrupt what should have been an emotionally fulfilling journey towards closure, Elina is forced to confront the demons of her family's past head on.Read More
Get ready to party with Return of the Living Dead, Alien, Aliens, & Sleepaway Camp 2 shirts
Available now at Fright-Rags.com
"You think this is a f-cking costume? This is a way of life!" Fright-Rags is ready to party with new and classic apparel from The Return of the Living Dead, Alien, Aliens, and Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers.
Fright-Rags' The Return of the Living Dead collection is sure satisfy your hunger for more brains. It includes four new tees featuring Tarman, Trash, and Freddy, plus a new variant of the "TV Tarman" artwork and a fan-demanded re-print of a classic design.
Ridley Scott's Alien and James Cameron's Aliens are two drastically different beasts, but both films are among the most revered in the sci-fi horror realm. Fright-Rags has six Alien/Aliens shirts to choose from: three new designs, two classic reprints, and a retro-style official Alien logo.
In honor of the 30th anniversary of Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers, Fright-Rags has reprinted Justin Osbourn's design for the slasher sequel. It's available in men's and, for the first time, women's styles.
The Return of the Living Dead, Alien, Aliens, and Sleepaway Camp II apparel is on sale now at Fright-Rags.com.
Be sure to return to the site this Friday, August 31, for Fright-Rags’ latest “classick” reprint of Fright-Rags founder Ben Scrivens' What Would Jason Do? shirt, which will be available for three days only.
Finally, check back on September 1-3 for Fright-Rags' Anniversary Blowout Sale! The company will celebrate 15 years in business with over 200 shirts for $15 each, plus $6 enamel pins, $6 socks, $20 lounge pants, $25 hoodies, and $15 box sets!
"You think this is a f-cking costume? This is a way of life!" Fright-Rags is ready to party with new and classic apparel from The Return of the Living Dead, Alien, Aliens, and Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers.Read More
The latest and possibly most soul-shaking entry into the American Guinea Pig series, The Song of Solomon lands on Blu-Ray this August 14th. Pre-order on Amazon today at a discount price.
An anthology which tells five terrifying tales based on the E.C. horror comic books of the 1950s.
In this disturbing and twisted thriller, a young woman suffers a devastating attack that sets her on a path of obsession and destruction.
Fright-Rags purges its system with Cabin in the Woods & Mani-Yack collections
Get them before they escape at Fright-Rags.com
Five friends go to a cabin in the woods. Bad things happen. You think you know the story, but Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon turned the genre tropes on their head in The Cabin in the Woods. Fright-Rags has released new merchandise from the 2012 meta horror favorite, along with the new Mani-Yack collection.
Fright-Rags' The Cabin in the Woods line kicks off with three T-shirts from artists Justin Osbourn, Abrar Ajmal, and Kyle Crawford. Ajmal's design parodies the iconic Evil Dead poster art, reflecting Cabin in the Wood's clever deconstruction of the genre.
The company has also introduced System Purge blind-box enamel pins of five creatures from The Cabin in the Woods: Merman, Sugar Plum Fairy, Wolfman, Hell Lord, and the ultra-rare Unicorn. Each limited edition pin is randomly inserted in collectible "elevator" packaging.
Fright-Rags has launched a line of Mani-Yack shirts featuring Jeff Carlson’s retro-style renderings of horror icons Leatherface (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Michael Myers (Halloween), Pinhead (Hellraiser), and Ghostface (Scream). Each deign comes in three shirt styles: black, white, and ringer.
Head to Fright-Rags.com now to shop The Cabin in the Woods and Mani-Yack collections before they escape!
Be sure to return to the site this Friday, June 15, for Fright-Rags’ latest “classick” re-print. Jeff Zornow’s Father's Day design, based on Creepshow, will be available on T-shirts, tank tops, and baseball tees for three days only.
Fright-Rags has launched a line of Mani-Yack shirts featuring Jeff Carlson’s retro-style renderings of horror icons Leatherface (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Michael Myers (Halloween), Pinhead (Hellraiser), and Ghostface (Scream). Each deign comes in three shirt styles: black, white, and ringer.Read More
In 1987, John McTiernan's Predator was released, and Arnold Schwarzenegger taught us that "If it bleeds, we can kill it!" Although there have been numerous sequels, comics, novels, games, and a reboot movie on the way, nothing compares to the original. Fright-Rags has released the Predator Collection in honor of its 30th anniversary.
Available for pre-order now. Bluray and DVD release date: March 14, 2017.Read More
Hopefully still in stock by the time you read this, the highly anticipated horror thriller (part of the really awesome "Kill the Production Assistant" project that bore 3 total films) has been released on both DVD and HD Digital!Read More
For those looking to honor the recent inauguration of Donald Trump as our nation's newest president, or if you just want a good laugh, here's a cool pin that can be found on Amazon.com.Read More
Visit burial grounds, the zombieapocalypse, serial killer lairs, and gruesome torture chambers. Horror fans andnewcomers alike will welcome this GORE-geous and creative journey into ablood-soaked new world.Read More
Featuring over 100 pages filled with the kind of gruesome stories and disturbing illustrations fans of the classic "Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark" trilogy will be ecstatic to experience.Read More
TODAY IS TUESDAY.
TUESDAY, IS A GOOD DAY.Read More
For those who can't get enough Cthulhu in their reading diet, I highly recommend this curated compilation book featuring twenty of H.P. Lovecraft's twisted horror fiction.Read More
This latest entry to "Consume" (formerly the stupidly named, "Horror Swag"), has a special story behind it. Our very own Sarah Giercksky details the meaning behind her very impressive DVD and Blu-Ray collection (2000 films and growing!)
I have been a huge movie collector for almost 15 years. It all started when I was 12 and began buying horror dvd’s from a supermarket near where I lived at that time in Sollentuna. I had lost my dad to cancer 2 years earlier and movies were my escape from the reality I was living in. How was a 10-year old kid, who just stuffed every emotion inside her and didn’t ever let anything come out, supposed to deal with such a loss? Writing and escaping into horror movies became the answer.
I was always at home, watching some horror movie that I had bought and all the DVDs started to fill a part of the hole in my heart. My dad had always had a huge interest in movies and creating projects, so as I watched and created my own scripts I also felt that a part of my dad was there with me. Most of the DVDs I bought when I was 12 were slashers like Halloween, Friday the 13th and Scream.
After a few years bluray’s came and I began to buy them and also focus my attention to limited and special editions. Every movie in my collection means something to me, because of the situation that I was in when I was watching them. There is almost always a story behind every movie in my collection, some are bad and some are good and that is why my collection mean so much to me.
My collections has now gone up to 2000, that includes both DVDs and Blu-rays. I am proud of my collection and I feel happy when I am in my room just looking at all my movies, but I just wish that my dad was here to share my love for movies with me and to be able to watch all the horror projects that I have done and will do. I think about him every day and my heart is still hurting a bit, but it gets easier as each day passes by and my movie collection does help heal the wound, but today is one of the harder days where everything just seems tougher and hurts more than usual.