5 of This Week’s Coolest Horror Collectibles Including the ‘Nope’ Soundtrack on Vinyl


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!


“Arcade Dayz: Splatterhouse” Print from Gallery 1988

Freddy playing Splatterhouse, Jason reading goose bumps, and Michael lurking with a pumpkin — what more could a horror fan want? 9×12 prints of Luke Flowers’ “Arcade Dayz” artwork are available as part of the artist’s latest Gallery 1988 exhibit for $19.88.


Nope Vinyl Soundtrack from Waxwork Records

nope‘s original motion picture soundtrack is being pressed on vinyl by Waxwork Records. Scheduled to ship in December, it’s up for pre-order for $40. The score is composed by Michael Abels (Get Out, Us) and features songs by Corey Hart, Dionne Warwick, The Lost Generation, Exuma, and Jodie Foster.

The double-LP album is pressed on 180-gram “Cloud and Pennant Banner” colored vinyl. It’s housed in a gatefold jacket with matte coating featuring art by 15-year-old (!) Ethan Mesa, a 12×12 booklet, and liner notes by historian Tyree Boyd-Pates.


The Amityville Horror Shirt from Sadist Art Designs

The Amityville Horror and This Old House both debuted in 1979 and revolve around storied homes, so it was only a matter of time until someone made a mash-up. That someone is Marc Schoenbach of Sadist Art Designs, who imagines what it might look like if the notorious haunted house was part of the home improvement show. The shirt is available in black, navy, and blue for $25.


Dressed to Kill 4K UHD from Kino Lorber

Dressed to Kill will slice into 4K Ultra HD on October 25 via Kino Lorber. Michael Caine, Angie Dickinson, Nancy Allen, and Keith Gordon star in the 1980 thriller from writer-director Brian De Palma (Carrie, Scarface).

The film has been newly mastered in 4K with Dolby Vision HDR from the original camera negative with 5.1 surround and original lossless 2.0 mono audio. It has reversible artwork.

Special features include new interviews with Allen, Gordon, and production manager Fred C. Caruso, a commentary track by film critic Maitland McDonagh, and a host of archival extras.


Pennywise ReAction Figure from Super 7

Did Screambox’s Pennywise: The Story of IT make you hungry for more of the dancing clown? Super 7’s blood-splattered Monster Pennywise ReAction Figure is everything you were ever afraid of. Based on Tim Curry’s iconic portrayal in the 1990 IT miniseries, the 3.75″ retro-style toy has five points of articulation and costs $17.99.


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