November Horror Block

These Horror Blocks are getting better and better! Let’s see what’s inside!

This month is everyone's favorite cannibal.

This month is everyone’s favorite cannibal.

This month’s block seems to be themed around the tv show “Hannibal.” M and I only ever watched a couple of episodes before our viewing fell by the wayside. Not that we didn’t think it was good, but we had so many other shows we were trying to keep up with that we didn’t have time for something new.

"Eat the Rude"? Is that his catchphrase?

“Eat the Rude”? Is that his catchphrase?

A t-shirt with our titular hero (?) on it, some stickers and a stress ball in the shape of a heart. I kept a sticker and gave the rest to a friend who is way more into Hannibal than I am.

I don't think Cthulhu can fit into my car

I don’t think Cthulhu can fit into my car

Fangoria mag featuring Norman Reedus. One day I’ll go back to watching The Walking Dead, but that day is not today. The windows on my car are tinted, so maybe I’ll hang this sign from one of the windows of the house. You know, I used to think those “Baby on Board” signs were just to let other people you had a baby. Kinda like a birth announcement. Apparently they are to announce you have a baby in the car AND everyone around you should drive carefully because of that fact.

As always, Grumpy Cat voices my thoughts perfectly.

As always, Grumpy Cat voices my thoughts perfectly.

If I saw someone driving around with this Cthulhu sign on their car, I would definitely drive carefully around them. Elder Gods are much more frightening than babies.

I think I need some sort of horror curio cabinet

I think I need some sort of horror curio cabinet

Rounding out this month’s box is a film cell from A Nightmare on Elm Street, a Godzilla hanging toy and…

…Holy shit, a Tales from the Crypt animated show aimed at children?! What manner of sorcery is this?! Brb, I gotta go put this in my DVD player.

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