Halloween Comes Early as Fright-Rags Honors John Carpenter's Horror Classic
Halloween has come early, thanks to Fright-Rags. The horror shirt company has released a new collection of apparel honoring John Carpenter's Halloween, the 1978 genre-defining classic that introduced the world to Michael Myers.
Artists Justin Osbourn, Christopher Franchi, Chris Lovell, Ben Scrivens, and Chris Kuchta each take a stab at the boogeyman and his emotionless mask with five different shirt designs.
For those who prefer more esoteric artwork, Coki Greenway illustrates Bob the Ghost, Franchi parodies a beer label with Dr. Loomis, and The Rabbit in Red Lounge receives its own tee.
The collection includes custom-knit crew socks as well. Keep your feet warm this October with three designs: The Shape, Jack-o'-Lantern, and The Rabbit in Red.
Rob Zombie's brutal remake of Halloween is also represented, with Ralf Krause and Christopher Franchi capturing the new take on Michael Myers on a pair of shirts.
"Halloween is my favorite film of all-time and is the reason I love the genre, and ultimately what led me to start Fright-Rags," enthuses founder Ben Scrivens. "So for me, Halloween and Fright-Rags go together like, well, Loomis and trenchcoats."
As an added bonus, every order placed in October will include a special Fright-Rags Video membership card. Designed to take you back to the days of video store rentals, each card has a unique coupon cone with a discount ranging from $10-$20.
The Halloween collection is on sale now at Fright-Rags.com. All items are in stock, which means domestic orders will arrive well before Halloween.
Images courtesy of Simply Legendary Publicity