Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Slasher Classic Shirt....coming soon!

Available for PRE-ORDER - very soon!!! A new full color shirt...just for hardcore slasher fans!



Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Freddy vs. Jason ~ Freddy Krueger Bishoujo Statue

A Kotobukiya Japanese import! You’ve never seen your favorite horror movie icons like this! Kotobukiya brings a bold new direction to their popular series of Bishoujo Statues with the Freddy vs. Jason series, and up first based on a new character interpretation by master illustrator Shunya Yamashita is Freddy Krueger! Since 1984, Freddy has been scaring people in the Nightmare on Elm Street films as a razor-gloved killer who terrorizes his victims in their dreams, and in 2003 he crossed over with Mr. Voorhees of the Friday the 13th series in Freddy vs. Jason. This new Freddy may wear the same iconic striped sweater, hat, and bladed glove, but that’s where the similarities end. A blonde vixen, this Krueger is a beauty with torn clothing, mismatched stockings, and even lacy undergarments peeking out from under her sweater! Freddy leans forward seductively, one hand on her hip and her iconic glove raised next to her face. Whether in your dreams or your nightmares, this Bishoujo statue is sure to make a big impression with her great looks and blood pool base. Sculpted by Takaboku Busujima (Busujimax), Freddy stands just over 7 inches tall (1/7 scale) making for a screamingly cool display on her own, and she looks even better with the upcoming matching Jason Bishoujo!

Coming to HouseofMysteriousSecrets.com in October 2014.

Monday, January 13, 2014

New! HORROR MASTER COLLECTION!

New! HORROR MASTER COLLECTION! Through a very special exclusive agreement with the artist Yohe, we are pleased to present an ongoing signature series of Horror Master Characters and scenes in a collection format. They’re substantially sized at 11" X 17" and the characters are close up and frightening! New subjects will be added all year around in the same format and size. Some characters may be honored in multiple images or scenes. Your suggestions for other Horror Master Candidates are welcome via email. Yohe’s work can be seen in our Posters & Art Section, Original Art, and at YoheFineArt.com. We've worked hard to bring this exclusive collecting opportunity to you and hope it will enhance your place for horror memorabilia!

Friday, October 25, 2013

SPOOKHOUSE from Slasher Dave

The new lp from Slasher Dave called SPOOKHOUSE arrived today and it is really, really good. As a fan of the horror soundtrack genre, particularly of John Carpenter, Goblin and Fabio Frizzi, this album has completely succeeded in creating a sound that's both familiar to those artists and yet maintain a totally individual voice. You can obviously hear Carpenter's influence on side "Creepy", which so far is my favorite, and yet I can hear traces of Skinny Puppy on side "Eerie", but beyond that, it's all wonderfully fulfilling and haunting. The lp maintains the perfect vintage synth soundtrack atmosphere, mixing both John Carpenter, Tangerine Dream and well matched driving rock beats. It's everything that group ZOMBI wishes it could be and much more. Well done! I'm really proud to own this one. Not just poser derivative shit, it's really perfect! Not bland, boring or repetitive, in fact, my only complaint is I wish it was longer!

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Flesh Roxon - Lonely Rider

Horror punk fans! Check out this really well done low-fi music video by Flesh Roxon! The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 'nod' at the end is really sweet. Great song! Fun video! Check it out!

 

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Killer Klowns Original Paintings!

Did you know we sell original paintings on our site? Check out these two new amazing KILLER KLOWNS pieces! Absolutely horrifyingly awesome! I am sure you will agree!


Sunday, May 26, 2013

Adjust Your Tracking: The Untold Story of the VHS Collector

Saw the documentary "Adjust Your Tracking" last night, it was really good and I totally enjoyed it. Since I'm such an old fart, I was a young teen during the VHS mom and pop heyday, so I have very fond memories of visiting those stores for hours and hours. I could totally related to many of the collectors in the documentary. Well worth checking out should you have the privilege!