Discover the Horror Episode 18: Horror Toys

Toys. Not for just kids anymore, are they? Especially when you’re talking about toys created from our nightmares and the countless horror films that we have devoured in our lifetime. It is amazing the amount of horror toys that are out now, as well as the wide variety of them too! From our favorite monster characters, to the classics, to the obscure, they are out there. Listen in to hear about the ones we “grew up with” as well as a little history lesson, especially about the Living Dead Dolls!

After you listen, head back here and let us know what some of your favorite horror toys are!

Movies mentioned in this episode:

Alien, The Black Hole, Candyman, Clash of the Titans, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Dune, Escape from L.A., Escape from New York, Erotic Rites of Frankenstein, Evil Dead, The Exorcist, The Fly, Friday the 13th, Forbidden Planet, Frankenstein, Groovie Goolies, Hellraiser, Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Jaws, London After Midnight, Mad Doctor of Blood Island, Masters of the Universe, The Munsters, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Nekromantik, Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Shawn of the Dead, Sleepaway Camp, Star Wars, Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Texas Chainsaw Massacre II, Tombs of the Blind Dead, Toxic Avengers, Transformers, Virus, Wishmaster, The Wolf Man

2 thoughts on “Discover the Horror Episode 18: Horror Toys

  1. Great topic! Brought back memories of owning some of the Aurora model kits (Godzilla, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Phantom of the Opera, Cornelius and Ursus) way back in the day. It’s amazing to me that this industry has grown so much over the years.

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    • Thanks Todd! I never stopped being amazed at the stuff we see coming out these days. Some really amazing stuff out there but just no way to keep up with all of it!

      But thanks for continuing to listen to us ramble on!

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