If there is one film genre that seems to develop cult fan bases like no other, it is horror. While many people identify the cheerful phrase "he sees you while you're sleeping, he knows when you're awake" with Santa Claus, a horror enthusiast may relate the phrase with a certain big screen figure.
However, when it comes to buying a horror enthusiast a Christmas gift, some members of the family will be stumped. But don't worry, Famvibe has got a list of Christmas gifts for horror fans this year. After all, you don't want to let down the horror enthusiast in your family this holiday season, do you?
1. Arrow Video Giallo Essentials Box Set (Blu-ray)
British film distributors Arrow Video have introduced a unique Giallo box set that is always fashionable, hip, and collectible. This boxset would make an excellent Christmas present for anyone who is passionate about the horror genre. Giallo films are a subgenre of Italian horror films that are characterized by a high level of mystique and suspense, as well as stylized acts of violence and recognizable musical motifs. This box set features remastered versions of some of the best films in the Giallo genre, as well as artwork that has been newly made.
2. Horror Head Bath Bomb
Are you sick and tired of receiving the same Lynx Africa set? You want something a little more unique than the average Lush bath bomb package, do you? And, more crucially, if they don't want to take a bath with the Haddonfield The Boogeyman, can you honestly call them a lover of the horror genre?
3. Horror Movie Socks
To tell you the truth, no one enjoys receiving socks on Christmas morning, unless, of course, the socks have adorable miniature renditions of well-known horror characters, such as Regan from The Exorcist or Chucky from Child's Play. The Socks Sanctuary carries a wide variety of unique "horror movie socks," each of which is decorated with an eye-catching design depicting one of horror's most horrific antagonists.
4. Puzzle Box
Seeing as how the Cenomites are considered to be a genre classic, fans of the show would really cherish having their very own replica puzzle box, which thankfully can be purchased.
5. Subscription to Horror Streaming Platform Shudder
Shudder is simply unstoppable if you want to go head deep into a horror-only streaming platform. Netflix may have a pretty solid selection of horror, but if you want to dive head first into a horror-only streaming platform, Shudder is simply unbeatable.
6. Horror Funko Pops
The entertainment industry's newest obsession is collecting one-of-a-kind Funko Pops figures. Characters from films such as The Exorcist and Beetlejuice are represented in the collectible figures, including Nicolas Cage's Mandy role as Red. They are the ideal Christmas gift for horror fans, and Funko, of course, has a vast assortment of unique, well-known, and brand-new figures that are ideal for adorning the homes of horror enthusiasts.
7. Wes Craven Book: The Man and His Nightmares
Wes Craven, the man behind iconic horror characters like Freddy Krueger and 'Ghostface' from Scream, is nearly impossible to topple as the best director of scary movies. This widely acclaimed book takes a look at his life and the things that have inspired him. It is also filled with information about this man's life, including interviews with him, data about his work, and insights into how he created his famous franchises.
8. The Light of Friday The 13th
Have you found that watching so many scary movies has made you feel the need to keep a night light on? What could possibly be more awesome than a Jason Voorhees mask that glows in the dark? This nightlight, which features a highly thoughtful design, would make an excellent bonus item for any Friday the 13th lover.
9. The Art of Horror Movies: An Illustrated History
A poster that is both visually arresting and eerily crafted is one of the essential elements of a successful horror film. A notable example of this is the silhouette of the priest that can be seen outside of Regan's house in The Exorcist.
This excellent book on the history of the artwork used in horror movies was written by Stephen Jones and can be purchased from Amazon right now.
10. Horror Movies Characters Full Print Hoodie
Do you know someone who enjoys scary movies but has trouble picking their favorite evil character? Then you need to grab this scary hoodie that features all of them.
That special someone in your life will always have something to wear thanks to its high-quality design, which features all of the horror icons they could ever want on the front and back of the garment.
11. The Book of the Dead from the television show The Evil Dead
This Halloween, will you be hosting a party, or are you just looking for a cool souvenir to honor one of the very finest horror films that has ever been made? You will be able to get your hands on the Book of the Dead for Evil Dead 2, which will undoubtedly provide a wonderful finishing touch to your area.
It is made by the same guy who made them for the movie itself, so even if it does not open, it is still a very cool piece of memorabilia to have, despite the fact that it is a little bit on the pricey side.
12. Virtual Reality PlayStation
There is an overwhelming quantity of excellent horror games available for the PlayStation VR. Some examples of these games include Resident Evil 7, The Persistence, and Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, to name just a few.
This Halloween, a PlayStation VR is the ideal tool for frightening the in-laws out of their wits, so all you need to do is slap on a headset, boot up Resident Evil, and watch as they scream their way through the evening.
13. Membership to The Shudder Website
Shudder, which is frequently referred to as "the Netflix of horror," is a streaming service that brings together some of the most memorable horror films that have ever been filmed.
They also frequently release their own stream of horror content, which means that you will be able to scream your way through a good number of movies all through the year. Anyone who takes their interest in horror seriously ought to seriously consider signing up, particularly in cases when there is the possibility for a free trial.
14. Camp Friday the 13th (FT13) T-Shirt Featuring The Crystal Lake
This is one of those amazing Christmas gifts for horror fans that practically anyone with even a passing interest in the genre would enjoy, as Friday the 13th is full of other cool horror gift ideas. With this t-shirt, you may show your support for the place that is furthest away from becoming a hangout for teenagers anywhere in the world. Simply ensure that you remove it before entering the water and know that we are not responsible for any injuries or deaths that may result from your decision.
15. The Card Game, "Don't Get Stabbed!"
Have you ever been curious about which of your close pals would turn on you in a scary movie? Try your hand at playing Don't Get Stabbed! with as many as three other players.
Imagine Don't Get Stabbed! as a card game adaptation of Dead By Daylight that is more approachable for players of all ages and you'll have the proper idea. In this game, one player takes on the role of the killer and tries to eliminate as many other players as possible. Includes 77 cards in total, all of them are jam-packed with beautiful artwork.
16. Horror Funko Pops
Funko Pop has probably been in the collection of the vast majority of people at some point in their lives. These horror-themed figures are a cute way to express your appreciation for the genre. They range from well-known horror icons like Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees all the way down to some of the genre's least popular monsters. At the very least, it's one way to demonstrate to your coworkers that you have an appreciation for the macabre.
17. Freddy's Glove
There are a lot of horror-themed presents out there that will let you live out your fantasies of turning into your most beloved killer for Halloween in a way that is more like a game.
Grabbing hold of Freddy's glove is likely to produce that sensation, particularly if you are also able to don his recognizable cap and jumper at the same time. You don't need to worry about piercing your own or anybody else's eyes because they aren't genuine blades; nonetheless, you should probably be careful just in case.
18. The Practice of Horror as an Art
There are many different types of movies, but one of the most stylish is horror. In point of fact, one might make the case that it is the most concerned with aesthetics out of the whole group.
This book takes a look at some of the most gruesomely beautiful photographs that the horror genre has to offer and compiles them with a finish that is glossy and of excellent quality. Definitely one for people who are interested in the history of horror, or for those who like their coffee tables to have a bit more of a spooky vibe.
19. Salt and Pepper Zombie Head
In all likelihood, you won't be employing this strategy on any other day of the year but Halloween. It is going to be a little strange to have it for everyday usage in the kitchen, so at the very least we are going to hope that it is not.
This Halloween, if you are hosting guests at your home, you can establish a Temple of Doom atmosphere by having your loved ones remove salt and pepper from a skull. What a lovely way to become closer!
20. Hellraiser Gift Box
It's hard to think that most people are aware of how many sequels Hellraiser has received since it first appeared on the scene because the franchise has always been considered a cult horror classic.
Nevertheless, if you know someone who is a fan of Pinhead and his friends, this Christmas gift box is a safe bet. It contains a number of enigmatic treats that are certain to make at least one person smile in a perverse way, and it can't go wrong.
21. The Complete Collection of Marvel Zombies (Marvel Zombies)
Have you had enough of how secure the MCU is? Then you should definitely check out Marvel Zombies, which is a non-canon comic book series that takes place in the Marvel universe during the outbreak of a zombie apocalypse.
Nobody is safe, and Marvel Zombies is a brutal and uncompromising series, so if you want to witness the heroes from your childhood transformed into terrible horrors, here is the show for you. In this day and age, it's unlikely that Disney would allow anything like this to continue existing.
22. The Complete Collection of Halloween Movies on Blu-Ray
What better way to celebrate with The Shape's return than with a binge-watching session of all of the past Halloween movies, given that 2018's Halloween has been released to high anticipation (and there will be a sequel)?
Despite the fact that not all of these films deserve to be celebrated as "great" in the traditional sense, they are all significant milestones in the history of the horror genre. With the exception of the second effort by Rob Zombie, but what the hell, that one is included as well regardless.
It is important to keep in mind that because of the high cost of purchasing this whole collection, it may be more cost effective for you to collect the franchise in individual parts.
23. The Ultimate Slasher Collector's Edition of Friday the 13th: The Game
The thirteenth of Friday: You can either take on the role of Jason or one of the counselors that he is attempting to play in The Game, which is both a horrifying and exasperatingly enjoyable experience.
This special edition of Friday the 13th comes with a large number of collectibles as well as downloadable content (DLC), which makes it a lot of fun to slaughter teenagers from multiple generations of the franchise.
24. Ravensburger Playing Horror on Board Game
Horrified is without a doubt one of the most awesome board games that has ever been put together, and it does so by celebrating the history of Universal Monsters in one incredible package.
Horrified is a straightforward board game that is surprisingly appropriate for practically all ages. The game does not include Dracula or The Wolf Man, but it does come with 75 cards, three dice, a cloth bag, 17 paper movers, and a lot of other components. Although it can be played by one person, the optimal number of players is five.
25. Compendium of the Walking Dead
The Walking Dead Compendium should be the initial point of contact for anyone who is sick of the AMC show but still enjoys the overall Walking Dead universe.
This compilation, which contains the entirety of the comic book series, is the best possible introduction to what the graphic world of The Walking Dead comprises, and what's even better is that it doesn't utterly detest its audience.
26. Coloring Book of the Beauty of Horror Volume IV
The Beauty of Horror IV Coloring Book is the follow-up book to the original, highly successful first three books, and it comes filled with a broad variety of gruesome scenarios for you to color in. These pictures include blanks for you to fill in with your own blood and guts. If you don't want your children to grow up to be the next John Carpenter, you should probably keep this one away from them.
27. Zombie Arm Back Scratcher
This horror present provides you with the ideal method to scratch your back while settling in for a marathon of Halloween-themed television shows. It is, of course, far preferable to having your back scratched by a real zombie.
It has a nifty appearance, that much is true; but, you should try to keep it away from granny so she doesn't get a surprise out of it.
28. Resident Evil 2
A new version of one of the most terrifying video games ever created was released in 2019, and it has the potential to be even scarier than the original.
In addition to providing better and more fluid controls, Resident Evil 2 accomplishes the seemingly difficult task of making zombies terrifying once more. The game also contains an all-encompassing fear in the character of Mr. X. Ideal for those who adored the first game or simply desired to experience a wonderful zombie franchise for the first time.
29. IT Pennywise Balloon Desk Light
There's an old proverb that goes, "We all light up here." That is without a doubt accurate; there is no need to check it out on IMDb because it is the quote.
When it comes to horror Christmas gifts, this lamp that is inspired by Pennywise's infamous (and somewhat unsettling) balloon is up there in terms of sheer unique quality. Even if it isn't the light that shines the brightest in the world, it is still an excellent option.
Do you truly want a bright night light for the clown himself, though, or is it just a joke? Find out what happens when you plug it into a USB port.
30. Pennywise Funko Pop
The clown that nobody likes is going to make your computer desktop intolerable for you. This Funko Pop! The figure is based on the recent It movies, and it comes in a variety of different designs. Some of them feature Pennywise with open arms and a sinister smile, while others are modeled after Stephen King's It, the 1990 television miniseries that starred Tim Curry in the role of Pennywise.
31. Universal Classic Monsters Blu-Ray Collection
This six-movie Blu-ray collection covers the early Universal monster films that helped create the horror genre. It is the perfect Christmas gift for the horror lover in your life who adores the classics. Cinephiles will get a more profound appreciation for modern horror films after viewing the first screen adaptations of classic horror characters such as Dracula, Frankenstein, and the Wolfman.
32. Men, Women, and ChainSaws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film
There are two types of horror fans: those who enjoy blindly ingesting scary movies and those who enjoy spending hours thinking about them after the credits roll. The academic horror fan in your life would really adore receiving Carol J. Clover's book "Men, Women, and ChainSaws" as a present. It analyzes everything from the slasher versus victim dynamic to the cliché of the final girl to investigate the function that gender performs in the horror film genre.
33. 13th Friday Board Game of Horror at Crystal Lake's Crystal Lake Campout
With this board game that is based on the successful film franchise, you can make every day feel like it's Friday the 13th at your house. This game, which can accommodate anywhere from three to six players, will place the recipient of your present smack dab in the middle of the tragedy that is unfolding at Camp Crystal Lake. Are they able to outrun Jason, or will they eventually find themselves on the receiving end of his machete? The only thing that can tell us for sure is time, together with their own strategic thinking.
34. Dracula Puzzle
Based on a 2018 poster by artist Francesco Francavilla, this 1000-piece puzzle could be perfect for spooky nights inside with the horror movie lover in your life. This limited-edition publication is only available in 350 copies, so if you want one, you should get it while you still can.
35. Horror Movie Tiki Mugs
You can make a painkiller inside of Regan from The Exorcist or use the Ghostface murderer from Scream as the vessel for your next Bloody Mary if you get one of these festive horror-themed mugs from Geeki Tiki. Both of these mugs are available for purchase. There is a wide variety of merchandise available to select from, including mugs designed in the likeness of well-known horror film villains such as the Wolf Man. You may even get ones that are modeled after Halloween-themed cereals, such as Franken Berry.
36. The Babadook Mondo Poster
Film enthusiasts place a high premium on Mondo posters, which are notoriously difficult to acquire because of the rapidity with which they are purchased by customers. However, there are still some excellent horror-themed ones available on the website, such as this one-of-a-kind screenprint created by the artist Greg Ruth and based on the psychological horror movie that was released in 2014 called The Babadook. In the case of Mondo, supplies are typically limited, and value has a tendency to rapidly accumulate. Therefore, you should seize the opportunity while you still have it.
37. Handbook For The Recently Deceased Journal
This book will appear in your life even if you only mention its title once, unlike some other books. Purchase options for "Beetlejuice's" Handbook for the Recently Deceased are open to members of the living population. However, it is not loaded with directions regarding how to live your best life in the afterlife; rather, it is filled with blank notebook pages for you to write your own thoughts on.
38. Stephen King Book Cover Throw Blanket
This throw blanket features some of the most iconic book covers ever created by Stephen King, allowing you to cuddle up with films such as "Cujo" (1981) and "The Stand" (1978), among others. You may get the throw in a variety of different sizes, and the pattern is also available on other products, such as pillowcases and tote bags.
39. The Art of Horror Movies: An Illustrated History [An Illustrated History of Horror Films]
With the help of The Art of Horror Movies: An Illustrated History, you can become more than just a lover of scary movies; you can become an expert on the genre's history. The author, Stephen Jones, traces the history of the subgenre over the course of more than a century in this coffee table book that spans 250 pages and includes decade-by-decade analyses of significant releases. This book will help you develop a deeper appreciation for the craft of making horror films, beginning with the earliest silent films and continuing through the years of the Universal Monsters right up to the present day.
40. Mug with Disney's Jack Skellington
Which holiday season does Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas fall under—Halloween or Christmas? Even though the director Henry Selick put an end to this debate in 2017 (spoiler: It is considered a Halloween film), the recipient of your gift might still find it entertaining to watch this movie at other times of the year, especially if they have this adorable mug that is modeled after Jack Skellington.
41. Amityville Horror Enamel Pin in the Collection
Your recipient does not have to travel all the way to Ocean Avenue in Long Island, New York, to have a look at the house that is infamously known as the "Amityville Horror." With this enamel collector's pin, they will always be able to have a look at this haunted house, which was the scene of a real-life mass murder in 1974 and which went on to inspire a book series and a film series based on the horror genre.
42. The First Feature Film Adaptation of Hellraiser Vinyl Recording of The Soundtrack
Both the disturbing visuals in Clive Barker's Hellraiser and the symphonic score that was composed by Christopher Young have contributed to the film's widespread notoriety. You can get the 2017 remaster of it that was released on vinyl by the Death Waltz Recording Company right now, which is something that is guaranteed to make any Pinhead fan happy. The original artwork of the infamous bad guy was created by Matt Ryan Tobin, and the liner notes were written by none other than Barker himself. The cover was designed by Matt Ryan Tobin.
43. Buffy the Vampire Slayer Spike Titan Vinyl Figure
One person deserving of being chosen is born into each new generation. And every once in a while, the chosen one has a vampire boyfriend — or perhaps two, but who's counting? This peroxide-blonde vampire vinyl figure measures 4.5 inches tall and is sure to be a hit with the recipient of your Christmas gift if they are a die-hard fan of the character Spike from the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.