Note: due to shipping issues, December and January’s Box’s were combined into one box. This review is for BOTH boxes.
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DreadCentral’s subscription service that mails you boxes of horror swag from movies, TV & games every month.
Horror news site Dread Central’s horror-themed subscription box, Box of Dread is a lower-priced box with three different price options. Every month they choose a “7th Box” at random worth over $200 in horror items. Each month usually has a general theme, December’s being “The Twilight Zone”. January’s theme is “Hatchet” and was curated by the director Adam Green.
November’s “Vincent Price” Box of Dread included a Vincent Price bust, signed Army of Darkness comic, a DVD, book codes and a Edward Scissorhands vinyl figure.
Two glossy and gory posters from Eibon Press featuring cover art from their ongoing Zombie series based on the Lucio Fulci film.
An issue of Full Moon‘s cult horror magazine Delirium. Features a fantastic piece on Mexican horror.
8×10 art print of Regan from The Exorcist signed by the artist, Lou Rusconi.
Two classic Twilight Zone action figures from Bif Bang Pow! These black & white figures feature The Hobo and The Ballerina from the episode In Search of an Exit and.
This Dynamite Comics trade paperback collects issues #9-12 of The Twilight Zone. Written by J. Michael Straczynski and art by Guiu Vilanova.
Uncut DVDs of the second and third Hatchet featuring Adam Green’s slasher Victor Crowley.
A letter from the guest curator of this Box of Dread, director Adam Green.
For the first time two month’s from Box of Dread were combined into a gigantic single box and it was quite impressive. For December’s theme of The Twilight Zone there was a graphic novel and TWO action figures. For January’s theme both the 2nd and 3rd Hatchet films were included. Additional bonuses like the Zombie posters, the magazine and the signed art print made for one hell of a horror merch haul.
Disclosure: A complimentary Box of Dread Subscription Box was given for review purposes. All opinions are my own.