Is Your Mom a Horror Fan? Check out These HILARIOUS Must-See Cards!

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Growing up, I was lucky enough to have a mother who encouraged me to be the friggin’ lunatic I’ve grown up to be. She let me cut my teeth on Godzilla and the classics and then let me dive right into The Exorcist. Have a similar story? Then these cards are a must send!

In honor of Mother’s Day, Ghouls on Film has amassed quite a collection of scary sentiments to bestow upon your mother this Sunday. They range from sickly sweet to laugh-out-loud funny, and we love each and every one of them. Dubbed Hellmark Cards, you cannot possibly live without these!

Check them all out below by clicking upon our VERY favorite … Wow. Just wow. Here’s to ya, Mom!

Is Your Mom a Horror Fan? Check out These HILARIOUS Must-See Cards!

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  • DeTuinman

    The Exorcist one made me spit out my food…. hilarious.
    My mom was very supportive of my teenage obsession with Jason so I’ll be sending here the Friday the 13th one.

  • JB Demented

    I love em all…especially The Exorcist. That was the first horror film I ever saw when I was 5. It was the TV version but it still scared the crap out of Me. My Mom and older Brother are the reason Im the horror addict I am today. My brother introduced Me to The Exorcist as well as Halloween 2 (1981) and Halloween 3. But My Mom introduced Me to Jason one night when She rented parts 1-3 and We sat and watched them back to back. Needless to say I didnt sleep too well that night, but I am greatful because since then I just started watching one horror film after the next. The 80s were a great time especially for horror movies. And in light of Mothers Day, I just want to thank her as well as My Brother.

  • Terminal

    That reminds me, I have to watch The Exorcist again.