Horror Movies mini-collection in Reaction Series is the perfect trick-or-treat

Boo! Get scary, get spooky and prepare your tastebuds for insane amounts of candy in the true spirit of the season. Part of the Reaction Series, this “Horror Movies” sequence will help you remember your old favorites amidst the fresh autumn chill. choose from Freddy Krueger of A Nightmare on Elm Street, Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th, Michael Myers of Halloween, Pinhead of Hellraiser, Sam from Trick ‘r Treat and The Crow of The Crow — or scoop up all six to round out your frightfully delightful ensemble of characters! Don’t get too scared and run away, now.

Freddy is one of six Horror Movies figurines offered in the Reaction Series this fall.

Freddy is one of six Horror Movies figurines offered in the Reaction Series this fall.

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CULT CLASSIC ICONS: Series 2 Arrives!

The second series of NECA’s Cult Classic Icons collection has now arrived and is in-stock! The second series is a follow up to that which included the likes of Pinhead and Michael Myers and in this set you’ll find Trick or Treat’s SAM, BEETLEJUICE, JASON (Freddy vs. Jason style) and the Lost Boys’ DAVID. Horror fans will definitely want to grab these for their display shelf and maybe take a look at the complete Cult Classic collection to see what else NECA’s got in store for film buffs!

Nightmare on Elm Street 2010: Freddy Krueger Figures!

The new, considerably more unnerving Freddy Krueger will be slashing his way into theatres (and nightmares) April 30th. But as usual, the film’s release is preceded by the action figures so here are the two new figures we’ve gotten of Jackie Earle Haley as the ravamped Freddy Krueger, taking over the role where Robert Englund left off and lending a far darker feel.

You can see Freddy here in both states: the vicious child murderer he was in life and the malevolent undead monster he would become following his death by fire. It’s clear that they went for a more realistic look here, reminiscent of actual burn victims, but whether this take on the character will be successful remains to be seen.

Each figure stands about 6 inches tall (though most figured nowadays tend to run a little larger than that) and the fact that they’re from NECA translates to expert sculpting and painting. Anyone looking forward to the film should check these ones out, but fans of the franchise as a whole will also be sure to find a ton of movie merch over in our Nightmare on Elm Street section.