Killer Collectibles highlights five of the most exciting new horror products released each and every week, from toys and apparel to artwork, records, and much more.

Here are the coolest horror collectibles unveiled this week!


Monopoly: Predators of the Deep Edition from The Op Games

An abundance of pop culture brands have their own versions of Monopoly, so it’s about time Shark Week gets its due. Ahead of next month’s celebration, The Op Games has teamed with Discovery to create Monopoly: Predators of the Deep Edition. Be the last one swimming to win the shark-themed version of the classic family game.

Six tokens (shark fin, diver, buoy, research vessel, starfish, and Shark Week logo), 28 Title Deed cards, 16 Explore cards, 16 Discover cards, 32 camera tags (instead of houses), 12 satellite tags (instead of hotels), two dice, shark teeth currency, game board, and rules are included. It’s available now for $39.99.


Halloween Purse from Trick or Treat Studios

Trick or Treat Studios has turned Judith Myers’ tombstone from Halloween into a bag that can be worn as a purse, cross body, or backpack. It’s made from vegan leather and features embroidered details, a PVC zipper pull, a soft inner lining, two side pockets, and an adjustable strap.

Designed by Kenny R Avila, the bag measures 14″ tall, 10″ wide, and 3.5″ deep. It’s up for pre-order for $59.99 and is expected to begin shipping on September 26 to ensure delivery in time for Halloween.


Terrifier Shirt from Terror Threads

Terrifier has received apparel from Terror Threads to tide fans over until the sequel, with Yannick Bouchard’s design parodying the famous panel of The Joker from Batman: The Killing Joke. (Incidentally, Art the Clown actor David Howard Thornton is a noted Joker fan and portrayed the character in the fan web series Nightwing: Escalation). It’s available on T-shirts for $29.99 and tank tops for $31.99, scheduled to ship the week of June 26.


The Ninth Configuration Blu-ray from Scream Factory

Following the success of The Exorcist, writer William Peter Blatty made his directorial debut with The Ninth Configuration. The 1980 psychological horror film has made its way onto Blu-ray via Scream Factory, newly scanned in 2K from the original camera negative. Limited to 1,500, it’s available exclusively from Shout Factory for $26.98.

Blatty wrote the script based on his 1978 novel. Stacy Keach, Scott Wilson, Jason Miller, Ed Flanders, Neville Brand, George DiCenzo, Moses Gunn, Robert Loggia, Joe Spinell, Alejandro Rey, and Tom Atkins star.

The Blu-ray includes archival special features: audio commentary by Blatty; interviews with Blatty, Keach, actor Stephen Powers, production designer William Malley, art director J. Dennis Washington, and composer Barry De Vorzon; The Party Behind the Curtain featurette with Blatty, Miller, Atkins, and actor Richard Lynch; featurette with film critic Mark Kermode; deleted scenes and outtakes.


Stranger Things Shirt from Quiksilver

Surf apparel brand Quiksilver has teamed with Netflix to deliver Surfer Boy Pizza clothing hot to your door. As seen in Stranger Things’ fourth season, the fictitious pizza shop has two-sided yellow short-sleeve shirts and white long-sleeve shirts for $36 each.

The 1980s-inspired line also features trucker hats and visors for $28, hoodies for $60, shorts for $50, and board shorts for $66 — plus you can find Surfer Boy frozen pizza in grocery stores now!


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