Mine is found here, at a post I did about my collection: My Horror Collection. It is a limited edition (1 of 1,250) 1/4 scale Jason Voorhees!
A "Chopping Mall" poster signed by the man himself, and my friend Jim Wynorski.
This is an easy one. My rare pre-release Escape from New York poster.
Probably my Halloween DVD signed by John Carpenter because of sentimental reasons. But, the Ladies of the Evil Dead Extreme Edition set from Fright Rags is pretty sweet. Rare t-shirt, poster signed by the lovely ladies of ED, and dirt from the ground where the cabin stood.
An overpriced replica of Jason's mask from Freddy vs Jason by NECA. Its got a real nice design and feel, though the painting could have been better. Next on my list is a replica of Freddy's glove.
Hmmm...this one is tough for me too - I have a lot of shit! For horror, I might go with my The Beyond eye ball that was given out to the first five people in line when The Beyond was re-released in the late 90's. I can only assume it's pretty rare and it is way cool!
It would have to be the bobble heads I had made for my horror short 'The Cannibal Cooking Show', which I blogged about here... http://highlycaffd.blogspot.com/2009/12/all-things-christmas-horror-and-zombies.html
Probably one of my autographed DVDs: The Terminator (Michael Biehn), Halloween 4 (Danielle Harris), Rob Zombie House/Devil's Rejects 3 disc set (Bill Moseley, Ken Foree & William Forsythe) or my Hardcover Grande Illusions book signed by Tom Savini.
Picking one is next to impossible, but it would come down to either my NotLD poster signed by George Romero and the surviving cast, my DEVILS REJECTS poster signed by Rob and the entire cast, my collection of 1:1 Puppet Master replicas, or my 6' Leatherface Freddy and Jason anamatronic replicas
Most of my stuff are either dvd's, posters & figures. SO i'll go with one of the many items i won at a horror con a few years back, the reason it's special for me is that my shorts were screened there.That or my Dawn of the Dead tattoo.
I have promo banners for "A Clockwork Orange" and "X Files 2" the latter of which was a present for my wife being the uber X files fan which she is.They are so big that even if I hung them from my ceiling, they still go onto the floor. Honestly not the easist of things to transport home thats for sure.
For me I have a 30 Days of Night poster signed by the two leads and the director. While it being signed is cool I just like the look of the poster.
i have a signed spiderman mask drawing by the artist stan "the man" lee, who at the time told me he had not sketched the web slinger in 30 years... i said then i guess it's time, he said i think you are right. one of the coolest memories and collectibles in my history.jeremy
Before moving in with my wife, I'd have said the framed Herzog "Nosferatu" theatrical poster. That went out the door when we moved in together. Now I'd have to say it's the Cthulu action figure my sister got me for my birthday last year.
For me, probably a Silent Hill 2 statuette thing with James looking in a drain with a nurse behind him about to beat his head in. It's not the best made piece I've seen but I'm a massive SH2 fan and it brings me back to the game every time I see it.
My two comic con freebies: Zombieland hand sanatizer and my Grindhouse suringe pen.:)
i have this little fake looking ear i got for the premiere of Reservoir Dogs. It came for my boss and he didn't know what to do with it so he gave to me. something for a future Junk Drawer post.
For part of my First Annual Halloween Blogathon last year, I did a series of posts about some of the cool shit that I have (#1, #2, #3). I don't have anything extremely rare or signed by entire casts and crews, mind you, but I'm rather fond of my original theatrical posters for Slithis, Suspiria, Psycho, etc. Not all of them are in the best shape, but they make a good conversation piece.--J/Metro
I have way too much stuff and seem to be picking more up everyweek (on top of experimenting with my own creations). Picking just one, it would be the original Planet of the Apes model I just put together with my 5 year old daughter. Starting my daughters (4 w/no boys) out loving horror is about the best thing I can do.
i can't decide between my autographed picture of Phillip Madoc or my autographed picture of Herschell Gordon Lewis!! umm BOTH!! HA HA!
I have a poster, a collage of photos of his work, signed by special effects technician Nick Maley, who is best known for creating the Yoda puppet in THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK but also worked on INSEMINOID/HORROR PLANET, LIFEFORCE (Tobe Hooper's space vampire movie), and GRIZZLY II: THE PREDATOR.
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