Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village

Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village
Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village

No creepy creatures and ghoulish monsters sent shivers up your spine like the classic monsters created at Universal Studios! Now, bring the hair-raising delights of your favorite freaks home with the first-ever officially authorized Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village Set, exclusively from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division. With glowing lights, eerie motion, and spooky sounds - it's the perfect Halloween decoration to celebrate the memorable monsters that have been scaring young and old for over 70 years!

The Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village Set is handcrafted, fully-sculpted and hand-painted to faithfully recreate Dr. Frankenstein's castle and Count Dracula's castle. Plus, your set includes a Frankenstein figurine, Bella Lugosi as Dracula Figurine and the "It's Alive" Universal Monsters Accessory Set for additional bone-chilling thrills. Strong demand is expected, so don't wait.

$175 @ The Bradford Exchange
In: Collectibles, Decorations, Monsters, Unearthed

Save 10% at Creepy Collectables

Save 10% at Creepy Collectables

Save 10% off at Creepy Collectibles by using the promo code "CHURCHOFHALLOWEEN" during checkout.

Creepy Collectables is a collection of macabre art and curios created by "The Krypt Creature". "The Krypt Creature" has spent many a lifetime collecting and obtaining a vast variety of strange and macabre curios, under the cover of night he tirelessly assembling the art he has dedicated his life too, to be released to all of you fans of things dark and nightmarish.

www.etsy.com/shop/CreepyCollectables Decorations, Props, Shops
In: Collectibles, Decorations, Events, Shops

Mark Pingitore

Mark Pingitore

Mark Pingitore is a Philadelphia-born professional illustrator/animator who has done the artwork for over 40 Garbage Pail Kids card fronts as well as concept work, sketch cards, and paintings for various other trading card series, such as Wacky Packages, Hollywood Zombies, Mars Attacks, and Cereal Killers.

In: Art, Collectibles

Jerseyfest Model Kit & Statue Fair

Jerseyfest Model Kit & Statue Fair

Come join hobby enthusiasts and collectors from all across the USA and abroad at the "Jerseyfest Model Kit & Statue Fair". The big show will offer an amazing selection of rare and new resin, vinyl and plastic model kits, statues, fine art and hobby supplies for sale and on display. Jerseyfest is a celebration of movies, television, and comic books, with the focus on horror, science fiction and fantasy.

Once again we are putting on a big show that will appeal to a diverse audience of modelers and collectors who are into figures (monsters, super heroes, females, etc.) spaceships, mechs, anime, props, etc. and various scales from miniatures to life-sized. Our model contest will again be spectacular with phenomenal trophies and prizes.

The show will kick off with “Jerseyfest Academy” all day classes on the Friday before the vendor show (i.e., August 1st), which attendees must register for in advance. They will be mostly “hands on” classes featuring instruction by elite artists on painting, sculpting and constructing figure and vehicle model kits.

August 1-3, 2014 / $15 Get Tickets
Marriott Hanover Hotel / Whippany, New Jersey View Map

In: Collectibles, Conventions, Sculpture

Headless Historicals

Headless Historical

Inspired by history, Headless Historicals™ dolls portray famous and not-so-famous men and women at both their very best and very worst. These dolls are for display purposes only and are certainly not intended to be playthings for children. We are not affiliated with any doll manufacturer.

Because these doll forms were originally obtained from second-hand sources, slight imperfections are normal and often add to the doll's character considering the nature of these reworkings.

Each doll is dressed in handmade outfits that resemble the attire that they might have worn in the height of their success in life while the body appears as it would have shortly after their death.

Using forensic photographs, written historical accounts, and techniques used for creating horror effects in film, special attention is given to the details of the injuries sustained during the final moments of each character's life.

All of the eyes are glazed over to produce the lack-luster stare of the dead. Torn flesh and deep gashes are shown in all their gory details and for decapitations the severed muscle tissue and bone is visible in the wound.

In: Art, Collectibles, Toys



The original art dolls by Kamila Mlynarczyk

Making dolls, to me, is the natural progression of drawing on paper. After realizing that I would never be happy leaving my characters on the page, and tending to enjoy the doodles and the process more then the finished polished work, I let them out.

I have been happily sculpting for a while now and love to see my techniques improve and fingers grow more nimble with every doll I give life to. I love to gather inspiration by searching out talented artists and have spent a king's ransom on fabrics, nicknacks and treasures I find. What I plan to sculpt and what decides to come out are usually two very different things, they just have a way of coming out by themselves.

In: Art, Collectibles, Sculpture

Tour of Forrest J Ackerman’s Ackermansion

Forrest J Ackerman was an American collector of science fiction books and movie memorabilia and a science fiction fan. He was, for over seven decades, one of science fiction's staunchest spokesmen and promoters. He was the editor and principal writer of the American magazine Famous Monsters of Filmland, as well as an actor, from the 1950s into the 1980s, and appears in at least two documentaries related to this period in popular culture.

In: Collectibles, Masters, Videos
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