Nightmare Before Christmas

Tee Shirt of the Week 10

Another week, another introduction mentioning Christmas: after all, this week has seen the official unveiling of Christmas 2011 with the addition of Christmas decorations to the Disney Store’s online catalogue (that’s the actual scientifically proved start of the Christmas period, you see), and I’ll be damned if I let that one fly without a mention. Anyway, back to the serious business of movie merchandise, and three fairly light-hearted, but no less essential picks, with yet another beyond-awesome creation by Japan’s inimitable Medicom Toy company, some shoes bearing the face of the greatest movie villain of all time (no, sadly not Ballbricker from Porky’s), and baby clothes. Don’t judge me, I’m broody. For no reason at all, here’s a column dedicated disproportionately to Disney.



With October coming up, you’d expect a lot of horror moves to storm the box office. Well, you’d be wrong, and Robert Fure is not happy about it!



For all of you hardcore Nightmare Before Christmas fans out there, I know there are alot of you, there is a new DVD set coming to town.


In a bit of news that, even for a horror fan, doesn’t make all that much sense, George Romero’s 1978 Dawn of the Dead will get the 3D treatment from the wizards at In-Three.


While some of you may have already watched this around Halloween, I prefer my nightmares to happen right around Christmas time.

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