MTV’s Scream vs 1996’s Scream

Last night, August 16th, 2016 we saw the Season 2 finale of MTV’s Scream.  The show is based on the same title as the 1996 movie Scream, but short of that, the two have very little in common.

The similarities are there, sure, but I would categorize them more of slightly borrowed elements (or paying homage).

I’ve compiled a fairly good list of how they are similar (and of course, the bits that are not so similar).  Grab some coffee.. this might get a bit in depth.. and there may be a few spoilers…

Ghostface Mask vs Brandon James Mask

In both versions no-one really knew who was behind the mask, but in the 1996 film franchise it was nicknamed Ghostface as the name of the mask.  In MTV’s version of Scream, it is called the Brandon James Mask.  Further, in the movies the killer is referred to also as Ghostface.  In MTV’s show the killer is referred to as The Lakewood Slasher.

The Ghostface Mask was basically a random mask taken from a Halloween store and used to scare the various people of the movie franchise.


The Brandon James Mask is a bit deeper.  The creators wanted to really separate the two incarnations of Scream so roughly 20 years prior to Season 1, there was a kid named Brandon James that suffered from Proteus Syndrome (a condition in which tumors and extra skin growth cover the body) and he wore the mask to hide this.  He also supposedly went crazy and killed a bunch of people, thus the mask would strike fear into many of the people of the town.


The Killers

In this section I’m not going to delve too deep into the motives of the killers, I just want to list them for comparison. It is also assumed that you guys are familiar, somewhat, with the characters, so I’m not going to list out each one (other wise I’d be typing this article for the next 2 weeks and you guys would have WAY too much to read).  That said…

In 1996’s Scream (and following movies) the killers were:

Scream: Billy Loomis and Stuart Macher – Billy goes after Sidney because her mother had an affair with Billy’s dad which caused Billy’s mom to leave them.  Stuart did it because of peer pressure.  Prior to the movie Billy kills Sidney’s mom.

Scream 2: Debbie Salt and Micky – Micky just wanted to be famous whereas it is revealed that Debbie is actually Billy’s mom from the 1st movie.

Scream 3: Roman Bridger – is Sidney’s half brother, as Sidney’s mom was attacked at one point and had Roman but gave him up for adoption. As an adult, Roman sought out his biological mother only to be shunned.  It is also revealed that he is the one that convinced Billy Loomis to kill Sidney’s mom.

Scream 4: Charlie Walker and Jill Roberts – Jill Roberts is Sidney’s cousin.  Charlie is in love with Jill, but she does not share the emotion back. Jill wants the fame that Sidney has and in a strange tale of killings Charlie is set up to be the main killer, but it’s actually Jill.

In MTV’s Scream the killers were:

Season 1: Piper Shaw & an un-named accomplice – Half-sister to the main character, Emma Duval.  Going back in time a little bit, as teenagers, Emma’s mother had a romance with Brandon James.  She was forced to put the baby (Piper) up for adoption and didn’t even know if it was a boy or a girl.  This evidently caused Brandon to snap and he went on a killing spree on Halloween in the year 1994.  Brandon was shot by police and killed.  Back to current day; Piper finds her biological mother and blames her and Emma for her father’s death and wants to get revenge.

Season 2: Kieran Wilcox – it is revealed that Kieran is the un-named accomplice from the 1st season. He is also acting out the part of Emma’s boyfriend.  He was actually in love with Piper which was his motive for going after Emma as she was the one that killed Piper in Season 1.

Season 3: unknown.  While MTV has not yet confirmed a Season 3, we certainly might expect one as the final scene from Season 2 shows Kieran in jail getting a phone call from The Voice in which it asks “Why said you could wear my mask?”.  Interesting indeed!  We also know that in October MTV is going to air a special Halloween episode of Scream.

The Phone Calls

While there is the iconic disguised voice phone calls, so far we have not heard the famous “What’s your favorite scary movie?” line asked in the tv show version.  None of the actors in either version actually did the phone voice, in the movie it was done by Roger Jackson and in MTV’s show it was done by Mike Vaughn.

Obviously phones have evolved since 1996.  We have much more technically advanced cell phones (and caller ID), however, not a lot really separates the elements between the movies and the tv show.  The disguised voice is there in both, however, in the MTV version it is explained that it’s an app whereas in the movies it’s a little pocket device.

The Settings

In 1996 we were introduced to the town of Woodsboro (possibly located in Southern California but they never specify).

MTV’s Scream takes place in the town of Lakewood (possibly located somewhere in Southern Louisiana).

Both start off with the “kids” in high-school and move forward from there.

The 1st Kills

In the opening of the 1996 version of Scream we see Drew Barry more popping popcorn.  She gets a phone call from someone asking her what her favorite scary movie is.  From there Ghostface torments her, and kills her.  However, the 1st kill goes to her boyfriend whom is left on her back porch to kickstart the movie (so he actually gets the 1st Ghostface kill).

In the opening of MTV’s version of Scream we see Bella Thorn talking to someone about uploading a video to shame someone.  She then goes out to a hot-tub and gets in only to see her boyfriend’s head float up before she is killed (so the boyfriend actually gets the 1st kill).

The Past and How it Hits the Present

In the 1996 Scream there is a mysterious past in regards to Sidney’s mother (and her murder).  This acts as a catalyst and reason behind why Sidney is the way she is in the films.

In MTV’s Scream there is a mysterious past in regards to Emma’s mother and a murder spree done by Brandon James.  This acts as a catalyst as to why Emma’s mother is so protective of her daughter and why things unfold in how the unfold.

In Closing and my Final Thoughts

There are a few other similarities to the shows, but I can’t think of a single instance in which there was a character crossover from the original 1996 Scream franchise into the new MTV version of Scream.  In short, I cannot, or have not, noticed or seen anything that relates them together on a larger meta-scale in which we can state that they take place in the same fictional universe.  The closest thing I can come up with is that the movie starts off in the year 1996, and that Brandon James snapped and killed several people in 1994.  Sidney’s mother was killed 1 year prior to the start of the movie (1995).


The Walking Dead: Sneak Peek of Season 7 Premiere

Okay, The Walking Dead Season 7 is going to start up soon.  We all know someone is trying out for the “baseball team” but we don’t know who yet.  Spoilers aside, we could ruminate all day and still not know for certain.

What we do know is that AMC has released a sneak peek of Season 7..

Take a gander at Dwight (and notice he is wearing Daryl’s vest! – a hint??) and watch as he stomps down on a zombie!


Saw 8 Teaser Poster for Halloween of 2017??

what am I looking at here??



Dead Things Board Game ZombieMall Scenario

For a couple of posts now, I’ve been posting about this cool new game, Dead Things, that I have been playing.

A day or so ago we decided to tailor the game to reflect ZombieMall.  That is, we came up with our own scenario, which is one of the kick-ass elements of this game; you don’t have to play the same game each and every time!  You can easily change things up, move tiles around, add more zombies (or not have as many), have less cars, hell, the possibilities are endless.

Okay, so here is our scenario (you can also scroll to the bottom and watch my video of the scenario rules):

ZombieMall Scenario:

The board is set up using the following tiles:

Best Defense Guns

The Hair Apparem

Books! Books! Books!

Muy Muy Donuts

3 “alley” tiles

1 “parking” tile

Line them up as shown in the photo:


Note: I’ve turned the Donut shop so that the doors line up.  All of the doors are locked.

You will use only 1 car and it should be the one that is Gas, No Keys.

In this scenario, we are only using 3 players, although you can easily alter it to have more or less.  Whichever character is not used is considered dead and that character token should be placed in an empty building.  The living characters always start off in the Gun Shop.

Normally Stuff Tokens would be placed on the Stuff Squares, but in this scenario they are instead placed around the dead characters.  You cannot use your turn to search and reveal all the stuff.  For example, if you run across Clyde’s dead corpse and it has 3 Stuff Tokens, then that would take 3 turns to reveal what is there.

Here’s where it gets fun…

At the beginning of each Phase beyond 0 (in other words, at the beginning of Phase 1, the beginning of Phase 2, etc.) One fallen character will reanimate and come after you!  They can move the same as living characters, 3 squares, and they will remove 2 Luck Tokens.  Yep, there is the potential for an instant death!  Just pray you are not in the middle of searching when you turn over that End Turn card!

In this scenario, you will not use the Gas Token (because we already know the car has gas in it).

If you find the Keys -1 Luck token, that’s too bad.  That’s the wrong key to start the car.  Perhaps instead those keys will open a locked door to one of the buildings.  The only key that will start the car is on the token simply called Keys.

The board starts with 5 zombies outside, placed on random refuse squares, and 5 zombies inside, placed close to the fallen characters.

Victory Conditions: Find the keys and drive away!


Now for the video explanation:

Enjoy the Scenario and have fun playing the game!

Dead Things : The Zombie Board Game (a review)

Wherein we avoid zombies and try to keep the group alive…

(oh, and I’ve got a sneaky bonus for you all towards the end of this review!)

You guys saw my post a few days ago where I was having a mess-load of fun listening to the Dead Things Audio Stories…  Well, those stories took place in the universe of Dead Things, a zombie board game.

Yeah!  I know!

Okay, so check this out..

To help promote the board game the designer came up with short stories about the events within the game, as well as stories about the characters within the game!  These tales are done in audio format (you can check them out on my link above) and it just adds more fun to the game itself.


Dead Things is a zombie based board game, but it is oh so much more than that.

Listen, this game is beyond easy to learn, but don’t let that fool you, it’s damn difficult to keep everyone alive.

Okay, it breaks down like this..

You have several tiles (they are double sided so you can mix and match and create your own scenarios) that are placed together to make up the board itself.

What you see here is the basic game scenario all set up.  We are currently in Turn 4 of Phaze 0.


Now that you have a visual, allow me to pause a moment and explain a couple of things.

The objective is to keep your group alive.  It’s an all or nothing, either you all survive, or you all die.

How do you survive or win the game?

That’s the easy part.  See those blue cars?  Those car cards are double sided.  On the opposite side is what is inside the car.  To win, you have to get into a car and drive away.  I told you it was easy!

Okay, so there is a catch..  The cars either have the keys in them, and no gas, OR they have gas in the tank but no keys.  Oh, and there might be a zombie in some of them (and it gets a free automatic attack on you).  SO.. you have to run around and search (you may also note there are some small tiles with a large ‘S’ on them – no, Superman does not swoop down and fly you to safety – that ‘S’ stands for stuff) for either gas or keys.  Once you have either the gas for the car that is missing gas, or keys for the car that is missing keys, the rest of you have to make it to the car and you win!  However, should even just one of you get overtaken by zombies.. you all lose.  That’s the deal, all or nothing.

Is it just a one bite and you are a goner?



Shown above are your character cards.  They also correspond to blue figures on the board itself.  What you can see on the cards are Luck tokens.  If you lose all 3, then you die.  That effectively means you can be hit by 3 zombies before you die.  You cal also take a turn and do nothing to regain a Luck token.  Beware, though, some of the Stuff tokens may cause you to lose luck, and some of the cars may as well!


I tell ya what.. take a look at this video made by the designer of Dead Things, David.  He can much better explain the rules:

Listen, this game is beyond fun.  It doesn’t take too long to play, and if you are a fan of the zombie genre then you are going to LOVE this game.

To check out the official website and buy the game, check out:

Also, if you want to connect with them:

Hit their Facebook page: DeadThingsGame Facebook


Find them live (er.. dead…) on Twitter: DeadThingsGame Twitter

Now.. for that sneaky bonus…

The 3rd Audio Story was released today: Dead Things: A Small Deposit.  In this we hear of Clyde’s tale and how he came to be a character in the game.

Stay tuned, I’ve got a couple of surprises left still for Dead Things, so keep checking back, you never know what may dig itself up from the dirt!

Dead Things Audio Stories by DM Fitzgerald

Going back to my youth (but I promise you I’m not old) I always enjoyed listening to radio shows.  It was kindav like reading, but different.  What I really liked about listening was leaning back with some headphones on, closing my eyes, and visually imagining what was going on.  I’ve always gotten a kick out of that.

The first in depth radio show that I got really interested in was produced by ZBS Radio and was presented as The Fourth Tower of Inverness, The Continuing Adventures of Jack Flanders.  Jack was also featured in several other radio shows by ZBS, Dreams of India, Midnight at the Casa Luna, among others.

From there a one-hit-wonder came out in the early 80’s from a group called 2-Nu.  You probably remember the “song” called Ponderous (This is ponderous man, really ponderous..).  The entire album was essentially 3 or 4 minute stories set to music.  I was insane for this kind of thing.  I loved it!

Over the years there were a few more of these mish-mash of radio show/music story tales that would pop up, but they just didn’t really capture my imagination like Jack Flanders did.

Then in 2007 I was introduced to Michael Arnzen and his “spoken narrative” CD Audio Vile.  I was totally blown away, as evident of my interview with him.

Okay, so what does all of this have to do the title of this article, Dead Things Audio Stories bu DM Fitzgerald?

All of what was written above was simply an introduction to the newest thing to blow me away.  Over the next few weeks I am going to present to you a new world of zombie.  I don’t want to put all of my cards onto the table in one post, but I will show you the full hand during the month of April (and I may spill a little more info at the end of this article).

For now, I want to present to you Dead Things Audio Stories.

First, allow me to go off onto a small tangent.  Dead Things is a board game.  A zombie board game.

What?  Did you think I was going to post a big topic like this about a game where you buy up property and charge rent?  Hell no!

Dead Things is a board game, but that’s not the focus of this article.  No (but don’t worry, you’ll get an article on that soon enough).

What is the focus is Audio Stories.

Audio Stories is an introduction to the board game, Dead Things.  It’s a radio show that introduces you to the idea within the game.  It’s the game world setup.  Not a ‘how to’, mind you, but rather a tale that explains what’s going on.

DM Fitzgerald wrote Dead Things: The Trophy.  It starts off as a rescue mission and explains right off the bat that zombies are already a thing.  There are two parts to this tale, each one running right at 6 minutes.

New episodes are scheduled to be released around the 15th of each month (which means a new one should be out soon!).  I’ve been told that episodes 3 through 8 will provide to you character introductions and why they are in the game, and why they fight the way they fight.

I want to pause here a moment to let you reflect on that.  Future episodes will go into the story of the characters within the game.  How effing cool is that?

Talk about immersive!

Okay, enough of my blathering.  Wanna give these Audio Stories a listen?

Pop on your best headphones and give them a listen!

Dead Things: The Trophy (part 1)


Dead Things: The Trophy (part 2)


The 3rd story, A Small Deposit, should be out within a few days.  I’m excited, if you can’t tell, and am greatly looking forward to these tales.  There is something about this format that really gets my creative juices flowing..

Okay, so here is the plan..  At some point next week I will give a full review (and a freaking video!) of the game itself (Dead Things).  I literally just got the game in the mail mere moments before I started writing this sentence, and let me tell you.. it looks AWESOME.

I am also looking to get the expansion deck and will do an article on that as well.

To top things off, towards the end of the month I am trying to set up an interview with the creator of the game, DM Fitzgerald to go up onto my podcast over on!

Hell, let’s just call the month of April my Dead Things month!

To check out the official website check out: (more on that game next week!)

Also, if you want to connect with them:

Hit their Facebook page: DeadThingsGame Facebook


Find them live (er.. dead…) on Twitter: DeadThingsGame Twitter



Horror Block March 2016 Unboxing & Review

Today we are doing the unboxing and review of the March 2016 Horror Block!  Keep in mind that they are a month behind, so even though this month is April, we are just now getting the April Horror Block.

I got an email about a week ago asking me if Horror Block does themes.

Horror Block doesn’t exactly do themes (unless you want to count the fact that it’s horror) in that they do not get into specifics; like… This month is all about vampires, or This month’s theme is all about werewolves.  I think it’s wise of them to disregard a specific theme as it gives them a chance to really randomize the goodies, not to mention, what if I just don’t like werewolves?  By giving the block a theme I think they would really limit themselves.  What they DO do, however, is hint as to what item you may find in the box (IE next month they are reporting to have something from Hellraiser in the box).

Anyways, I just wanted to answer that email for everyone to read.

Okay, you guys know the drill, but I still gotta point it out.. Horror Block touts to cram over $60.00 value into a $20.00 box.  We shall see.  I’ll break down each item and list what one can find it for price wise online.


Before we jump into the box this go-around, I want to link here my unboxing video:

Okay, let’s jump into the box! Read more »

Horror Block February 2016 Unboxing & Review

This unboxing and review is a little late, because, well, evidently a train derailed somewhere in or around Hodkins, IL.


Anyways, I digress.  Today we are doing the unboxing and review of February 2016’s Horror Block!  Keep in mind that they are a month behind, so even though today is March, we are just now getting the February Horror Block.

You guys know the drill, but I still gotta point it out.. Horror Block touts to cram over $60.00 value into a $20.00 box.  We shall see.  I’ll break down each item and list what one can find it for price wise online.

I also need to break a few people who have yelled at me via email, chat messages, and twitter that Nerd Block (the parent company of Horror Block) never states how much value the boxes contain and that my reviews are unfair because I mention a $60.00 value.  Allow me to direct you to a screen shot that I took today of their Google Ad:


Sorry guys, guess someone has to eat their words.  Says right there, $60 of Value Delivered.



Let’s get into the box now.


As with each box there are a few nifty items and a few not-so-nifty items.  As per previous unboxing reviews, I’ll break down the items and their value.

We’ll start with..

Daryl Dixon T-Shirt:


At first glace this is just a neat looking shirt.  We have Daryl’s Wings (from his vest) on it, along with a skull and an arrow.  But let’s look closer… Does this actually predict his demise?  Is this Daryl’s skull we are looking at with an arrow in it from his stolen crossbow? Is that what we are looking at?  Probably not, I just got a little anxious with the hype there.  You can clearly see a ‘ W ‘ carved into the skull, which means that this shirt was probably designed back when The Wolves were a big deal (I just wonder if The Wolves were “scouts” of sorts for Negan).  Anyways.. the shirt LOOKS like it should glow in the dark, but sadly, it does not.

Value: $15.00 (based on other similar styled t-shirts)

Zombie Bottle Opener:


This is by far the coolest item in this month’s Horror Block box.  It’s resin and has some good weight to it.  It’s all silver colored (probably to make it appear to be aluminum).  I’m not too keen on the silver, so I may repaint it.  The bottle opening device is situated inside the mouth and is held in place with two tiny screws.  It’s not exactly small enough to fit into your pocket, but it certainly makes a fun addition to your home bar.

Value: $10.00 (I found a much more detailed resin version on Amazon and it was a bit larger and multi-colored – so I cut it’s price in half to determine the value of this one)

Zombie Wine Stopper:


Made of silicone this zombie finger wine stopper should fit most wine bottles (and won’t do you any good at all if you drink your wine from a box).  It may even fit into most soda bottles.  Personally, I don’t get the point of this one, but meh.  It’s a little neat.  And yes, I’ll mention it now, I’m sure some of you out there will find a totally different use for this… finger…  sickos.

Value: $7.00 (found VERY similar style of wine stopper on various other sites online for same price)

Zombie Eggpocalypse Egg Cup, Spoon, & Toast Cutter:


…  really?  And I thought the wine stopper was pointless..   I might get use out of the toast cutter.. actually, no, I won’t.  You put an egg in it, use the shovel to eat the runny thing, and use the toast cutter to cut your toast into a sword, a baseball bat, a gun, or an axe so you can dip the toast into the opened egg.  Note: This contraption ONLY works if you eat your eggs RAW or Soft Boiled.

Value: $10.00 (seriously, you can get this on Amazon for ten bucks)

Chopping Block Poker Cards:


Everyone needs a good deck of poker cards.  You can play anything from Go Fish to Poker to Solitaire. Problem is, as mentioned, everyone needs a good deck of poker cards, therefore, I’ve already got a good deck of.. well.. poker cards.  Still, this is not as goofy as the egg thing.

Value: $8.00 (you can buy various themed poker cards pretty much anywhere for eight bucks)

Rue Morgue Magazine Issue #164:


Fun read and a must have for any horror fan.  Keeps you up to date on all the latest horror news and soon to be out horror movies.  Well.. as up to date as a magazine can be.  Still, it’s a great read when you are on the crapper!

Value: $10.00 (yeah, I rounded it up by five cents)

Overview & Preview Card:


Overview card simply shows you what all is in the box.  Preview card tells me that next month (March’s Horror Block) will contain something from The Ring.  I also happen to know it will also contain something zombie themed!

Value: $0.00

To Recap:

Daryl T-Shirt: $15.00

Zombie Bottle Opener: $10.00

Zombie Pleasure Thumb Wine Stopper: $7.00

Zombie Eggpocalypse: $10.00

Chopping Block Poker Cards: $8.00

Rue Morgue Issue #164: $10.00

Total Value:  $60.00

$60.00 is exactly what they claim to cram in the box! Two thumbs up for me!  As always, I’m not excited for every item in the box, but the value is there regardless.  I’m looking forward to the next box, hopefully we will see a Funko Pop! figure from The Ring, that would be cool.

Until then, feel free to check out my unboxing video for this Horror Block as well:

To close this out, while I cannot see a use for the Zombie Eggpocalypse, I will find a way to use the zombie bottle opener and I’ll certainly play around with the zombie finger wine stopper (no, I will not be using it as a masterbatory device) and figure out some creative way to display it.  All in all, a fun box this month!


Zombie Shaming

The Zombies were bad tonight.  They must be getting excited for the return of The Walking Dead…

zombie shaming

Horror Block January 2016 Unboxing

Has it really been a month since I posted something on here?  EEK!  I need to get on top of that!

Okay, so here we go, we have a new Horror Block to unbox and review!

This time it is January 2016’s block, and I still have my main complaint, it’s February 2nd when I got the bloody box!  Okay, not really so much of a complaint as it is that I just don’t quite understand why they call it that.  Seems to me it would make more sense to call it February’s Horror Block.. but I digress..

You guys know the drill, Horror Block touts to cram over $60.00 value into a $20.00 box.  We shall see.  I’ll break down each item and list what one can find it for price wise online.

Let’s check it out!


They Live T-Shirt:


This month is John Carpenter’s birthday month (January 16, 1948) and this shirt was distributed to celebrate what he as done for the horror industry.

Value: $15.00 (compared to other sites selling similar themed horror tshirts)

Creepy Baby Doll Head:


There is a very popular baby doll called Baby Alive. I am aware of it, but I don’t know too terribly much about it, I think those dolls piss and shit or something.  Anyways, this one is playfully named Baby Eat You Alive.  It is also a Horror Block Exclusive item. This is pretty cool and even thought it’s just a piece of plastic, I think I’ll call it Casey.

Value: $10.00 (based on similar sized baby doll heads found online – and holy hell just plain ones are creepy when you see them all nested together in google images!)

Gravestone Phone Holder:


Another Horror Block exclusive, this is a neat item, but it has some balance issues.  It held my iTouch just fine, but when I placed my slightly heavier cell phone in it, it kept wanting to topple forward, a crafty person could probably cut open the tombstone and add some weight to it.  This plastic holder has a hole in the bottom for the charge cable and it can stay well hidden.  The only issue I have is the hand and flower are really obtrusive and if I get a text or call I can’t just swipe to respond as the hand and flower are kindav in the way.

Value: $10.00 (based on similar plastic phone holders found online)

Meat Cleaver Keychain:


Another Horror Block exclusive, this is a small zinc plated keychain in the form of a meat clever.  A meat cleaver is almost the very definition of horror! This item was made by PennyRoyal Studio (and they make some high-end stuff usually out of gold or silver).

Value: $10.00 (based on several of similar styles found online)

Carrie Film Cell Bookmark:


Film Cell stills were HUGELY popular from about the mid 80’s to the late 90’s.  Somewhere I still have some from Star Trek, Star Wars, X-Files, and a few other lesser known movies.. Now I can add one from Carrie to my collection!  I’d be REALLY interested to see all the variations of this that other Horror Block subscribers got.

Value: $6.00 (there is someone on Etsy right now selling these so my value is based on that – I’d love to know how they got access to all these film cells!)

Blood in Four Colors Rue Morgue:


This month, instead of the latest issue of Rue Morgue Magazine, we received Blood in Four Colors, a graphic history of horror comics.  Listen, screw being disappointed in getting the magazine this month, this sucker is mega-wicked-cool!  It’s a massive 130 pages, so it’s a good thing I’ve got a Carrie book mark!  Now, if you REALLY want your magazine fix… check out the Overview Card…

Value: $14.95 (’cause it says so right on the cover)

Overview & Preview Card:


Overview Card:

This card explains the overview of everything in the box.  But look closer!  It also tells us that we can grab a complimentary edition of SCREAM Magaine!  That means, FREE!

Value: $9.00 (I kindav have to value this at 9 bucks because of the Scream Magazine – that’s how much it would cost to get it otherwise)

Sneak Preview Card:

This card tells that we can expect something from Walking Dead, the next issue of Rue Morgue and more in the next Horror Block.

Value: $0.00


To Recap:

Shirt: $15.00

Casey Doll Head: $10.00

Gravestone Cell Holder: $10.00

Meat Cleaver Keychain: $10.00

Carrie Film Cell Bookmark: $6.00

Blood in Four Colors Mag: $14.95

Scream Magazine Digital Copy: $8.99

Total Value: $74.94

$74.94 hits a fair amount over the $60.00 they claim to cram into the box!  Two Thumbs up for me!  I may not be too excited for everything in this box, but there is some cool stuff in it.

You can also check out my unboxing video of this box over on youtube (or right here):

In closing, when I saw in last month’s Horror Block that we were going to get something from Carrie, I mentioned that I didn’t exactly care.  Okay, I admit, I was wrong.  The bookmark was really cool!  I’ll have some fun with this baby doll head, and the cell phone holder (after some tweaking) will be pretty cool too.  I’m already looking forward to the next Crate!