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Movie Monsters Get Cuddly

Funko, makers of fine vinyl bobbly people, ever with their twisted finger on the pulse of pop culture, are now heading back into monster territory! Their Star Wars monster bobble heads are set to hit this September, but what of the blessed month of October?? How about some Movie Monsters Plushies?!

Funko dipped into the soft and squishy format with DC Comics, Wizard of Oz, Alice in Wonderland and some music legends, just to name a few, but the 7-inch, button-eyed features work particularly well on the classic creeps of horror. The line kicks off with The Wolfman, Frankenstein, The Mummy and The Creature from The Black Lagoon. Each should retail for around $12.99 and hit shops this October.

You can hook up pre-orders over on Entertainment Earth; click each image to visit the appropriate Plush’s page on EE.

Movie Monsters Get Cuddly

Movie Monsters Get Cuddly

Movie Monsters Get Cuddly

Movie Monsters Get Cuddly

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  • James Coker

    hey guys, do any of you guys want the next mummy movie to be about an actual rotten bandaged shambling corpse killing people and not cgi, or is that just me

  • James Coker

    GOOD FOR YOU GJW, youre a MAN who is in charge of his life, I respect that

  • James Coker

    the only way i can give mummies some more love is if the next mummy movie of some kind actually involves a shambling mummy killing people instead of some bald wizard with brendan frasier or jet li

    • GJW

      The last mummy movie sucked fur balls. I didn’t like it at all and I thought the CGI was fucking horrible. I liked the first one,it was at least fun to watch,the second alot less,and did not like the third at all.

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      • Vanvance1

        I’ll agree with you that number two sucked balls; but c’mon dude, you actually enjoyed the first?

        P.S. Have not seen the 3rd and will doubtless never bother.

        • GJW

          Never waste your time with the third. You are not missing anything. I saw it way after it was released (cable/free) and could not believe how bad it was. Yes,the third was ok. It was the closest thing to horror/action I could get my girlfriend at the time to go to a theatre and see with me. Not the best movie ever obviously,but I didn’t leave wishing I didn’t go see it so…..

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          • Vanvance1

            Sometimes you must force your girlfriend to watch horror.

            They may protest but you then explain how horror is good for the soul and makes you eager to provide multiple orgasms. If they want to watch romantic comedies you explain how the genre is soul destroying and makes you feel selfish in bed.

            Thank-you classical conditioning!

          • GJW

            I already used up that approach on why I drink,like to party occasionally,and forget to come home or call when my buds and I from my old firm went out on a Friday at the end of our trading month. That is why I sat through two Legally Blondes in the movie theatres.I figured I had to give a little hehe. Well,we’re not together anymore. Made it 7 years without me changing a single thing about myself. That was an accomplishment for me. So,she moved on to obtain what she wanted (kids,marriage) and I (pounds chest) am still me!!!!! Oh man, no wonder I love Sinatra. Queue “My Way” please……..

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            Formerly FireRam

          • Vanvance1

            You rock, dude.

            Obviously your previous girlfriend failed in her womanly duties to adapt to you.

            You saw TWO, not one but TWO ‘Legally Blonde’ films for her. Any woman who asks for more is simply unreasonable and likely border line insane.

    • Shambling_in_Bandages

      Agreed. All three modern-day CGI mummy movies were shit, we need an actual guy wrapped in bandages lurching around and throttling people.

  • Shambling_in_Bandages

    Mummies need more love.

  • James Coker

    Frankenstein and the creature have to be the cutest