5 of This Week’s Coolest Horror Collectibles Including New ‘Treehouse of Horror’ Toys

Killer Collectibles highlights five of the most exciting new horror products announced each and every week, from toys and apparel to artwork, records, and much more.

Here are the coolest horror collectibles unveiled this week!

Halloween Print from Jason Edmiston

For those who can’t make it Pasadena for this weekend’s Halloween: 45 Years of Terror convention, Jason Edmiston is bringing some of the celebration to you. The artist’s Halloween 36×24 timed edition screen print is available online for $75 until Monday, October 2, at 12pm EST.

No One Will Save You Vinyl Soundtrack from Waxwork Records

Everyone from Stephen King to Guillermo del Toro has been praising Brian Duffield’s No One Will Save You since it debuted on Hulu last week. Now the film’s original soundtrack is invading vinyl from Waxwork Records.

Composed by Joseph Trapanese (The Witcher, Oblivion, The Raid: Redemption), the score is pressed on 180-gram “Invasion” (midnight blue and white swirl) colored vinyl.

The album is housed in a gatefold jacket with matte satin coating and a 12×12 insert. Priced at $28, it’s expected to ship in January.

Doctor Butcher M.D. 4K Ultra HD from Severin Films

Doctor Butcher M.D. / Zombie Holocaust will be released on 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray on November 28 via Severin Films. Both the original 1980 Italian cut and the 1982 US re-edit have been scanned in 4K from original vault elements and are presented with Dolby Vision/HDR.

Marino Girolami directs from a script by Romano Scandariato (Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals). Ian McCulloch, Alexandra Delli Colli, Sherry Buchanan, Peter O’Neal, and Donald O’Brien star.

The four-disc set comes with a slipcover and reversible artwork. It carries over four hours of special features, including interviews with cast, crew, and film historians, film location tours, a segment from an unfinished horror anthology film, and more.

The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror Toys from Super7

Super 7 has launched pre-orders for another wave of The Simpsons ReAction Figures dedicated to Treehouse of Horror. Due out in October, the 3.75″ scale retro-style toys are $20 each.

This wave includes Toupee Homer (with corkscrew heart) from “Hell Toupee,” Witch Marge (with broomstick) from “Easy-Bake Coven,” Nightmare Willie (with rake) from “Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace,” and Hugo Simpson (with drink glass and plate of fish heads) from “The Thing and I.”

April Fool’s Day Soundtrack from Varèse Sarabande

From composer Charles Bernstein (A Nightmare on Elm Street, Cujo), April Fool’s Day’s original motion picture soundtrack is available on vinyl for $33 via Varèse Sarabande and Craft Recordings.

This expanded 2xLP deluxe edition includes the original orchestral score for the first time along with the synthesized version of the soundtrack and five previously unreleased bonus tracks from Bernstein’s archives.

The album is pressed on “Killer Crimson” colored vinyl, limited to 500. Standard black is also available. It’s housed in a jacket with liner notes by musician Brian Satterwhite. It’s expected to ship the week of November 10.

Relic VHS from Witter Entertainment

Bonus item for shameless self promotion! Broke Horror Fan presents Relic on VHS, on sale today at 9am PST/12pm EST via Witter Entertainment.

Emily Mortimer (Scream 3), Robyn Nevin (The Matrix Reloaded), and Bella Heathcote (The Neon Demon) star in the 2020 psychological horror film.

It arrives on VHS in slipcase packaging, limited to 100. Each tape includes exclusive introductions by director/co-writer Natalie Erika James, co-writer Christian White, and cinematographer Charlie Sarroff.

For optimal VHS viewing, the film has been cropped from its original aspect ratio to 4:3 full frame. It is officially licensed from Shout Factory and has been approved by James.

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