June is here, and that means it’s trailer season!
With all of the pre-summer movies and games announced from E3, this is a great time to surreptitiously watch trailers on a hidden browser window at your desktop at work. From action movies to transformer films to the upcoming fall out an elder scroll release, there is something exciting for everyone!
Or, if you’re a horror fan like we are, you’re losing your mind over the Halloween trailer.
Made by Blumhouse studios and acclaimed director David Gordon Green, this new Halloween is a direct sequel to the original film and ignores everything that came after. Michael Myers is no longer Laurie Strode's sister and he has been languishing in an asylum ever since the original film. But it’s time for him to get loose and ruin another babysitter's night.
I can’t wait to see this movie and, if you’re like me, you’re probably poking around the Internet for some cool collectibles to add to your gallery macabre. Here are a few of my favorites.
I really love this eerie look at the iconic mask.
I really like this dreamlike poster. It's a very autumn-y vibe.
Laurie Strode enamel pin
Bonus points if you know the meaning of the tattoo on his wrist.
Michael Myers Funko Pop
I have most of the classic slasher figures Funko POP made and this one is one of my favorites.
Rob Zombie's Halloween Michael Myers Doll
Whether you like or dislike Zombie's controversial remake, this is an amazing doll.
NECA Sam Loomis and Michael Myers Set
The lethal combination of enemies stand apart from each other, framed by the front of the Myers house.
12" Michael Myers Doll
One of the highest-quality replicas, this is a beautiful collectors item.
Michael Myers Mask
If you want to get really freaky with your collection, get a copy of the mask and the overalls and start standing outside of people's windows at night.
I live this very simple and understated event, with Myers' soulless eyes peering out of a stark white mask.
The Evolution of Evil figure set
This figure set reunites Young Michael and Older Michael with his dearly departed sister.
Got any favorites we missed? Let us know in the comments.