Halloween Gifts are becoming more popular each year that there is no limit to what you can find and with a little luck it won't be all paper witches and black cats.There are numerous options to choose from for Halloween gifts. Although the gifts would naturally have a horror touch to them they don't have to be bloody or disgusting. For adults, creepy and bloodcurdling novels and gripping terror tales would be perfect or a stack of horror-movies. People are even buying Halloween Gift Baskets or making themselves. One such person is Alex Fleming. Who bought some scary DVD's and then added autographed photos from many of the actors in the films and gave them as an impromptu gift set.Other gift items that make for great Halloween Day gifts are personalized shirts, personalized photo frames, and music CD's. Furthermore, people with a sweetheart are looking for a good Halloween gift are passing over the gruesome and gory in favor of magic and mystery and appealing to their sweetheart's spiritual side. There are DVD Box Sets that make excellent gifts. The Masters of Horror Season One Box Set. The set includes 14 discs and features some of the greatest people from the horror world including Clive Barker, John Carpenter, Robert Englund. They have also have special features are excellent; like commentaries, interviews, and behind the scenes information.Another Box Set this year is the complete Exorcist series. The set features 6 DVD's; the original Exorcist film, the "Version You've Never Seen" casual side bag for women army green, Part 2, The Heretic, Part 3, The Beginning, and Dominion. They also feature loads of bonus features.Rick Turner of Bloody Days gifts suggests putting together a selection of films in the same genre like a set of slasher films. Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, Chucky men's linen case, and Friday the Thirteenth with photos or memorabilia from each movie, like action figures or autographed pictures or cards work well.However, there is a number of new or re-released movies available right now that are getting a great deal of attention. Like Pulse 2: Afterlife, where the world has been reshaped by the invasion of ghosts via the wireless internet and cities are deserted. Only a few remaining humans destroy anything electrical in order to avoid a confrontation with the soulless ghosts that now wander the planet. Interestingly most of the ghosts are doomed to a repetitive loop of something they did while they were still humans like reliving their suicide or some horrible event. However, there are ghosts that do not even know they are dead and continue to haunt their homes, wrapped in fear that their souls will soon be torn from them.Another great gift is the newly restored and re-mastered Night of the Living Dead. The 1968 classic film that started it all has been completely restored and re-mastered so that every great horrific nuance of the film can be clearly seen. The dead come back to life and eat the living while a group of survivors barricade themselves inside a rural house in an attempt to survive the night. Outside are hordes of relentless, shambling zombies who can only be killed by a blow to the head.Putting these two films with a couple other survival horror type films, like Resident Evil or the new George Romero film, Diary of the Dead, along with some autographs, action figures , or photographs would be a perfect gift for survival horror fans. Just don't forget the candy.
Gift items that make for great Halloween Day gifts are horror DVD's or DVD Box Sets. The Masters of Horror Season One Box Set and the Exorcist Box Set, as well as tote bag promotional canvas, the re-mastered Night Of The Living Dead and Rob Zombies Halloween are by far some of this years favorite gifts.