Modeled after the timeless peg figures of our childhood, Kill People reflects a more modern, less innocent and decidedly more dangerous form of play.
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“The Kill People are ready to launch little ones into a world of disturbing play with homicidal toys designed for little hands.”
– Mother’s Day October 1978 issue
85 total figures available in seven (7) different variants with at least eight (8) and as many as thirty (30) of each design up for grabs.
Each figure comes in a custom hand numbered resealable clam shell case.
Headcheese – The next Kill People bootleg resin figure release from Jack’s Attic. Dropping Friday, August 19 at 12:30 PM EST.
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Brad Anderson’s criminally underrated psychological thriller filmed at the actual Danvers State Insane Asylum in Danvers, Massachusetts. Session 9 finds an asbestos abatement crew dealing with the real or imagined specters that still haunt the disturbed walls of the asylum.
John Carpenter’s cinematic ghost story about vengeful spirits seeking revenge on the town that doomed them.
While director D.J. Caruso’s modern retelling of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window, isn’t a straight up horror movie per se, it contains enough elements of the genre to be included here.
From IMDb: “Bristling with equipment, two enthusiastic local access cable TV producers recruit an assistant and venture into a forest in search of the mythical and horrifying Jersey Devil. Days later, only one of the trio emerges. He becomes the prime suspect in the disappearances of the other two. However, a local filmmaker examines extensive footage found at the scene and arrives at a different conclusion.”
Not too bad of a sequel. Daniel Farrands and company did their best in trying to sort out the “Thorn” cult nonsense touched upon in Halloween 5. But trying to explain Michael Myers’ motivation and tying it to an ancient Druidic cult, constellations, and bloodlines etc. made the movie a lot less scary, less about Michael and more about a weird cult that was tacked onto the end of part 5 with no real direction planned out. However, the Producer’s Cut did keep Jamie Loyd around a bit longer and had more Dr. Loomis. Plus it’s always fun watching a babyfaced Paul Rudd chew through scenes as an off-kilter, grown up Tommy Doyle. All in all, not the worst sequel (Resurrection) but far from the best (Part II).
The living dead + Punks + Humor = One of the greatest zombie movies off all-time. If you haven’t seen this yet your life isn’t complete.
Set in and filmed in northern Michigan, this local thriller is a solid, low budget affair dripping with a ton of atmosphere, has a solid script and above par acting for a smaller film. From MichiganDogman.com: “Dogman follows Hanklin Purvis, a strong-willed outdoorsman, and his wife Dorothy, as they face a series of mysterious events. Things are disappearing from their farm, strange sounds emanate from the woods, and people are being attacked by something they are too frightened even to describe. The terror grows when a century-old scrapbook reveals that this creature has appeared before, and that encounters with him can be deadly.” While I’ve seen the original Dogman, Dogman II – Wrath of the Litter, I’ll be watching for the first time tonight.