Horror Decor unveils new terrors to stuff under your tree this holiday season

Ring in the ho-ho-horror holidays this year with Horror Decor! The home decor brand has unleashed its Winter 2015 line of horror-themed holiday merchandise featuring an assortment of ornaments, candles, and printed pillows perfectly suited for genre fans on all ages.

Notably, this line marks the return of Strange Kids Club’s Cuddle Creeps, a disgustingly fun and ghoulishly freaky series of printed pillows designed to charm and scare. Inspired by ’80s nostalgia and cult-classic horror icons, the new creeps are Jack, a cantankerous caretaker who sees dead people, and Candy Man, a tormented spirit of tragic origin and deadly intent. They’re joined by Regan, a foul-mouthed girl haunted by hellspawn, and Ed, a backstabbing buddy who’s just looking for a friend…to bite – both of whom launched this past October.

Additionally, the release features holiday ornaments based on their popular Horror Buddies series and 2013’s My Lil Belial pillow; plus new collaborations with Freddy in Space, including a Creepy Mall Santa Horror Buddy and coffee-scented Never Sleep Again candles. Finally, Horror Decor is releasing a candle based on the 2014 movie I Am Santa Claus starring wrestling legend Mick Foley. Directed by Tommy Avallone and executive produced by Morgan Spurlock, the documentary is currently available on Netflix.

For more about the Winter 2015 release or find the perfect gift for the horror fan(s) in your life, visit HorrorDecor.net.CuddleCreeps_CandyMan

 

 

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Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of Horror-Fix.com, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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