Happy Cyber Monday, everyone! Today is a great day if you’re into hunting down all kinds of deep discounts online, and we here at Daily Dead are breaking down some of today’s sales that are pertinent to the interests of horror and sci-fi fans, and include some killer retailers like Horror Decor, Sideshow Collectibles, Cavity Colors, Fright Rags, HBO, Tees-En-Scene, Middle of Beyond, TeeFury and more. Today, we’re also showcasing some awe-inspiring ornaments from a variety of companies and for those looking to add some horror-esque flavor to their homestead, we’re also featuring several places where fans can shop for housewares and other home-related items.

For our 5th Annual Holiday Gift Guide, Daily Dead will be giving away a prize pack of movies and goodies for 10 lucky readers, thanks to this year’s HGG sponsor RLJE Films. Winners will receive one copy of the upcoming Christmas anthology All the Creatures Were Stirring, one other title from RLJE and a few other horror-tastic surprises, just in time for the holidays. To enter, send an email to with “Holiday Gift Guide” in the subject line and be sure to include your full name and mailing address as well  (limited to those who are eighteen years of age or older that live in the United States. Only one entry per household will be accepted).



Sideshow Collectibles: Sideshow is continuing its onslaught of sales through Cyber Monday, including deals on a variety of figures and one offer where if you order Lady Deadpool, you get Deadpool for free. Be sure to check out their entire Cyber Monday sale today to take advantage of some great savings opportunities!

HBO: For Cyber Monday, HBO is offering up to 50 percent off on t-shirts, hats, collectibles, and more, which makes it the perfect time to stock up on goodies for that Westworld or Game of Thrones fan in your life.

Cavity Colors: The fiends at Cavity Colors are continuing their Cyber Hell sales through today, with big discounts and markdowns on selected merchandise in their online store. They’ve also surprised us with a few impromptu deals this weekend, so be sure to keep a watch on their Twitter account, as you never know what may happen at CC on Cyber Monday.

Horror Decor: Horror Decor is holding their annual Cyber Monday sale yet again, and it’s a one-day affair so you definitely don’t want to miss out on saving some money while shopping all their awesome wares. Be sure to check out their online store today!

Fright-Rags: The good folks over at Fright-Rags have decided to continue their Black Friday sale through Wednesday, November 28th at 11:59pm EST, so be sure to get your shopping done before Thursday to receive some big savings on shirts, pins, socks, lounge pants and more. No code necessary while shopping – all discounts have been applied to their sale items.

Middle of Beyond: For Cyber Monday, Middle of Beyond is celebrating by offering 25 percent off all cardigans and sweaters in their online store. If you’re looking for a cozy gift idea for the horror fan in your life, be sure to check out all of MOB’s great selection of knitted items. Just use the code CYBER25 at checkout to get your discount.

TeeFury: TeeFury recently released a ton of new holiday shirts, sweatshirts and more, which makes today the perfect opportunity to stock up on some fun holiday-themed apparel, as TeeFury is offering a 20 percent off discount to shoppers today only. Just be sure to use the code CYBERSALE at checkout.

Hero Complex Gallery: Right now, shoppers can save 25 percent off site-wide at Hero Complex Gallery when they use the code HCGBLACKFRIDAY2018 during checkout. The HCG sale runs through Monday night so don’t delay!

TeePublic: TeePublic’s Cyber Monday sale is currently underway, with the online purveyor of shirts and other apparel taking up to 30 percent off of everything. No code necessary – all you need to do is browse their vast selection of items from hundreds of indie artists. Sale ends Monday at midnight, PST.

Tees-En-Scene: For those who want to pay tribute to Debra Hill and some other brilliant female filmmakers that helped shape the landscape of cinema, be sure to check out Tees-En-Scene for their badass shirts that do just that. They’re currently running a Cyber Monday sale, where you can save 25 percent on your entire order, just use the code TEESENMONDAY when checking out.



Horror Decor: Even though I just mentioned them, it’s worth noting that Horror Decor is one of the best resources out there for all your horror-related home needs, as they have a variety of products that range from candles to pillows to ornaments (which covers the other section of today’s HGG) to stockings – and so much more. Because they make everything by hand, all orders for Christmas should be received by December 5th for US orders, so don’t delay in getting your holiday shopping done with HD!

Sourpuss: Sourpuss is mostly known for their clothing and accessories, but they have a killer selection of housewares as well. If you’re in the market for some new goodies for your kitchen, bedroom or even the bathroom, Sourpuss has you covered. Oh, and I am madly in love with their Werewolf ornament, so I thought I would mention they have a really fun selection ornaments and other holiday wares too!

Halloween Town: While their brick-and-mortar storefront may be based in Burbank, you don’t have to live in Southern California to shop Halloween Town, which is one of my very favorite places on Earth. I can spend hours just wandering around their store, and they have a ton of great horror-fied decorations and accessories for your home too, most of which are available to ship. Check out their entire selection of diabolical decor today! Oh, and they also carry a creepy Krampus ornament too that would look great on any horror fans’ tree this year!

Working Class Punx: If you want to add some frightful flavor to your kitchen, check out the horror-themed oven mitts and potholders from Working Class Punx. They’ve got a great variety of designs and their prices are very affordable to boot.


Middle of Beyond: I’ve been covering Middle of Beyond’s ornaments for a few years now on our annual HGG, and for good reason: they are awesome. In fact, I’ve even gifted a few people with them too, and they usually get a great reaction (especially their wicked Krampus ornament and the Bill and Ted ornament which was a big hit with some friends last year). This year, they’ve added a few new items to their inventory, including an Evil Dead 2 chainsaw, the Phantasm Sentinel Sphere, and a Halloween knife.

HorrorNaments: I just discovered HorrorNaments a few months ago, and I wish I could buy pretty much their entire selection of ornaments, especially their pair of Ghostface decorations. If you’re a horror fan and want to celebrate your favorite genre on your tree this year, be sure to check out HorrorNaments – and if you’re not really into the Christmas thing, these would be perfect on Halloween tree next October too.

Trick or Treat Studios: The fiends at Trick or Treat Studios recently announced that they’re going to be releasing several ornaments that pay homage to some of the great icons of our genre – Michael Myers, Leatherface, Jigsaw and Sam from Trick ‘r Treat. They still haven’t gone up for sale on the ToTS site just yet, but be sure to keep your eyes peeled for them to go live soon (and hopefully in time for the holidays).

Hallmark: Admittedly, for 2018, Hallmark isn’t offering up a ton of great ornament options for us horror and sci-fi fans out there, but there are still a handful worth mentioning from this year’s selection including some adorable selections for The Nightmare Before Christmas and Scooby-Doo, as well as The Walking Dead and a few genre-adjacent ornaments that fans might enjoy as well.

Heather Wixson
About the Author - Heather Wixson

After falling in love with the horror genre at a very early age, Heather Wixson has spent the last decade carving out a name for herself in the genre world as a both a journalist and as a proponent of independent horror cinema. Wixson is currently the Managing Editor for, and was previously a featured writer at and where her online career began; she’s also been a contributor at FEARnet as well as a panelist for several of their online programs.

Wixson recently finished her first book, Monster Squad: Celebrating the Artists Behind Cinema's Most Memorable Creatures, and is currently working on her second upcoming book project on special effects artists as well.

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