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10 Horror Apparel Companies To Support This Holiday Season – Dread Central

Us horror fans love to show support for our favorite movies. And what better way to do that than with a t-shirt? Or sweatpants? Or socks? Why not all three? We’re lucky to live in a time where there are a bounty of companies that sell incredible horror apparel for fans of all types of films. These companies don’t just show support for the big franchises like A Nightmare On Elm Street or Halloween. They know just how niche horror lovers’ obsessions go and they deliver.
Here are ten of our favorite apparel companies that deserve your support this holiday season, and really, any time of the year!

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Cavity Colors knows how to do loungewear and incredible horror shirts. They have licensed collections for properties like Godzilla, Silent Night, Deadly Night, The Fly, Alien, and more. Plus, their joggers are so soft and will quickly become a work-from-home staple for any horror fan. They’re currently having a massive Black Friday sale so jump on it for both yourself and the horror lovers in your life.
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This Etsy shop is the perfect combination of cute and spooky. Em and Sprout is all about the sweeter side of horror, with their kawaii designs covering pajama sets, slippers, button-down shirts, earrings, and more. You’ll find horror friends such as Krampus, Sam from Trick ‘r Treat, and Mothman. If you’re a horror fan with a flair for the adorable, Em and Sprout is the perfect place to shop.
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Discount Cemetary boasts simple, yet iconic shirts that’ll make any horror hound chuckle. Whether you want something simple that just says Blood Bath or a more intricate The ‘Burbs hoodie, this shop’s got you covered. I’m particularly a fan of their Moon Landing Film Crew swag. Also, they have a collection that pays homage to the greatest event of the year: the New Year’s Twilight Zone marathon.
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On their website, Fright-Rags states that they aim to make “the most kick-ass t-shirts, and backing them with the best possible service.” And boy do they deliver on that promise. They’re a horror apparel staple and have officially licensed collections with some of the biggest titles in horror. From shirts and hats to lounge pants and socks, Fright-Rags has you covered from head to toe. Don’t miss their Black Friday sale, starting this Friday at 12:01 AM EST.
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If you’re a cult horror fan and have a love for horror sequels, then Gutter Garbs is the shop for you. Who cares about the original Halloween when you can show your love for the equally terrifying Halloween II? Plus they pay homage to films like The Stuff, Pumpkinhead, and Black Christmas with killer artwork you’ll want to sport every day of the week.
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This shop boasts designs featuring some of the best final girls of the New French Extremity, Asami from Audition, gory Midsommar moments, and much more. They don’t shy away from gore, either, so you can sport gnarly shirts at this year’s holiday gatherings. Not only does Kneehigh Horror have shirts, but they also put their designs on flags, enamel pins, masks, and more.
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There is a shocking lack of horror lingerie out there. But thanks to Poltergeists and Paramours, that void has been filled. Her designs are sexy, scary, and, most importantly, so comfortable. But she does more than lingerie. She does shirts, dresses, activewear, and even made an incredible replica of the hand sweater seen in Black Christmas.
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Like their site states, Rough Cut Fan Club makes movie shirts for punks. Their one-of-a-kind designs pay tribute to not only horror films like Phantom of the Paradise and Mandy, but to queer classics like A Funeral Parade of Roses. They even sell a shirt from the best Treehouse of Horrors segment, Homer3. Their offerings are so unique and gorgeous to look at. Rough Cut Fan Club is truly selling works of horror shirt art.
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Super Yaki is known for their super-specific shirts that show unwavering support for incredible talents like Judy Greer and Mike Flanagan. They also partner with small, independent illustrators to create one-of-a-kind collections that show off favorite final girls and more. Their shirts, hats, sweatshirts, and more are incredible quality. Their Scream and Jennifer’s Body collections are particularly exceptional.
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Want more horror shirts dedicated to those films that don’t always get the merch treatment? Then Toxic Coffin is the place to shop. Their offerings are limited, but don’t let that deter you. Their designs are top-notch. I’ve been eyeing their Fright Night long sleeve tee and writing about them may just get me to press “purchase.”
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