The good people at the monthly subscription crate service Loot Crate have been looking to find out what people would put together for their own “Dream Crate” – if we could choose from any theme and any product. So, we put out heads together and decided to do a Dream Crate for the Halloween season!
The GamingShogun Halloween Dream Crate
Our Halloween Dream Crate would contain a number of horror-related items, so let’s jump right in and un-box it. Here are our Dream Crate contents, in no particular order:
Mondo Halloween Art Print by Ken Taylor ($1,000 and up)
- This art print was given out at an anniversary screening of John Carpenter’s Halloween at The New Beverly cinema in Hollywood. This poster is super-rare and super-awesome. What else do you expect from Ken Taylor and Mondo?
Turtle Beach Headset Halloween Pumpkin Plates ($9.95)
- These Halloween themed plates go on the ear cups of your favorite Turtle Beach headsets. While not super pricey items, they provide a bit of Halloween spirit in every gaming session and make for good conversation.
Odd City Entertainment Limited Trick ‘r Treat Poster ($500 and up)
- This limited edition poster was handed out for free at a 2013 screening of Michael Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles. While not quite as rare as the Mondo Halloween print, this poster is incredible in its own way.
Krampus Halloween Mask by Trick or Treat Studios ($79.99)
- This special edition mask was made using the original WETA molds for Michael Dougherty’s film, Krampus. It was then finished by Trick or Treat studios for consumer purchase. It is an outstanding Halloween mask, with some incredible details that would be great for an actual Krampusnacht costume or simply Halloween frights.
The Halloween Complete Blu-ray Collection ($33.99)
- An awesome Blu-ray collection containing John Carpenter’s Halloween, Halloween II, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, Halloween H20, Halloween: Resurrection, Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Halloween II. With ten movies to enjoy, this basically breaks down to $3.39 a flick!
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