The second most wonderful time of the year is right around the corner. We’re talking about Christmas, which is still cool, but it’s certainly no Halloween. October 31st is when everyone lets loose and dresses like the most obscure pop culture character they know for cool points. You may also get some horror gifts for Halloween, like an earlier and more hardcore version of Christmas.
If you’re shopping for a special someone this Halloween or just want to treat yourself to something a bit macabre for Christmas, we have you covered. Below you’ll find all sorts of horror gifts, ranging from video games to costumes and everything in-between. They may or may not also be haunted, but that’s just a risk you’re going to have to be willing to take.
1. The Evil Dead’s Book of the Dead
Throwing a party this Halloween, or just want a sweet collectible to commemorate one of the best horror movies ever made? You can get you hands on the Book of the Dead for Evil Dead 2, which will no doubt tie your room together nicely.
It’s a little on the pricey side and does not open, but it’s made by the same guy who made them for the movie itself, so it’s still a pretty cool piece of memorabilia.
They also regularly put out their own stream of horror content, so you will be able to scream your way through plenty of movies all-year round. Anyone who’s serious about horror should really think about signing up, especially if there’s an option for a free trial.
Ever wanted to see which of your friends would betray you in a horror movie? Give Don’t Get Stabbed! a try between you and up to four friends.
With one person playing as the killer and trying to whittle away at everyone else, imagine Don’t Get Stabbed! as a card version of Dead By Daylight that’s more approachable for people of all ages and you have the right idea. Comes with 77 cards in total, all packed with wonderful art.
Almost everyone at one point or other in their lives has owned a Funko Pop. These horror-centric figures are an adorable way of showing your love for the genre and range from the likes of Freddy and Jason all the way to down to some of horror’s most unloved ghoulies. It’s one way to show your love for the macabre in the office, that’s for sure.
There are plenty of horror gifts that will allow you to vicariously live out your dreams of becoming your most loveable slasher for Halloween.
Picking up Freddy’s glove is likely to provide that feeling, especially if you can combine it with his iconic hat and jumper. Don’t worry: you won’t poke your or anyone else’s eyes out as they aren’t real blades, but probably be careful anyway.
Horror is one of the most stylish genres of movies there is. In fact, it could be argued that it is the most aesthetically driven of the lot.
This book looks at some of horror’s most gruesomely beautiful images and compiles them with a glossy and high-quality finish. Definitely one for the horror historians, or those who want a bit more spook with their coffee tables.
The perfect gift for someone who’s only just getting into the genre, 101 Horror Movies You Must See Before You Die is the horror counterpoint to the general list, but this one’s stacked with all the blood and gore anyone could ever want.
From Kubrick to Craven, they’re all detailed in this comprehensive checklist. This is basically the bible of horror books.
Tired of how safe the MCU is? Then you really ought to check out Marvel Zombies: a non-canon comic series set in the Marvel universe when a zombie apocalypse unfolds.
Nobody is safe, so if you want to see your childhood heroes turn into absolute nightmares, Marvel Zombies is a graphic and uncompromising series. It’s doubtful that Disney would allow this to exist these days.
With 2018’s Halloween releasing to high expectations, what better way to coincide with The Shape’s return than with a binge of all the previous Halloween movies?
While it’s true that not all are what you would objectively call “great” movies, these are all a part of horror history worth celebrating. Except for the Rob Zombie ones, but heck, those are included too anyway.
One of the coolest board games ever put together, Horrified celebrates the history of Universal monsters with one amazing package.
Featuring the lack of Dracula and The Wolf Man, Horrified comes with 75 cards, 3 dice, fabric bag, 17 paper movers, and much more in an easy to grasp board game that is surprisingly suitable for almost all ages. Best suited for five players, but you can also play it solo.
For anyone who’s tired of the AMC show but loves the universe, The Walking Dead Compendium should the first port of call.
Featuring the entire run of the comic series, this collection is the best possible introduction for what the drawn world of The Walking Dead entails and better yet: it doesn’t completely hate its audience.
Love horror? Love art? Here’s the perfect horror gift for you.
Beauty of Horror IV Coloring Book is the follow-up book to the widely successful original first three books and comes packed with many grisly scenes for you to fill the blanks in of. Maybe keep this one away from the kids, unless you want them to grow up to become the next John Carpenter, that is.
For the absolute biggest horror fans you know, Hammer Films – The Ultimate Collection might be the premier gift.
Spanning decades of the iconic horror studio, this Blu-Ray collection bundles together all of Hammer’s biggest hits as well as some of their lesser known cult classic. With 20 movies in total to get through alongside a special booklet and special features, you couldn’t ask for a better collection.
Resident Evil 2 features an omnipresent terror in the form of Mr. X, better, more fluid controls and also does the impossible: making zombies scary again. Perfect for anyone who loves the original game or just want to try a brilliant zombie franchise.
Have a loved one who’s seen all 900 Wrong Turn or Tremors movies and want to put them through their paces? This trivia pack is the perfect horror gift for them and you, featuring over a thousand pieces of trivia from almost 100 years of movies.
Seriously, this is one robust game that promises at least an hour of playtime per match, 1800 questions on all things horror, and 300 cards. The high price makes a lot of sense when you consider just how much is in this.
Though Silent Hill as a property may be silent for all intents and purposes, its fans certainly aren’t.
Pyramid Head is the gruesome mascot for the series, so why not memorialise him with this gorgeous, lovingly and painstakingly detailed figurine? Comes with a spear along with his iconic knife. You can also get a nurse, who also comes with a knife. Seeing a pattern forming here.
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