Silent-Night-Deadly-Night-Fright-Rags-boxThirty years ago, Charles Sellier's Silent Night, Deadly Night showed young Billy Chapman's gradual transformation into a Christmastime killer who feels he must punish those who are naughty. To commemorate the anniversary of the blood-soaked Yuletide tale, Fright Rags has unveiled a limited edition Silent Night, Deadly Night gift-wrapped box set that includes two shirts, a stocking and an ornament.

Available to pre-order beginning next Tuesday, December 9th at 10:00am EST on Fright Rags' website, the Silent Night, Deadly Night box set and individual shirts are expected to have a shipping period of 4–5 days.

If you'd like to have these items wrapped and under the Christmas tree for the horror hound(s) in your life, then you should make your order by December 19th at 3pm EST to ensure it arrives in time for Christmas Eve (for international customers, there is no guarantee that the box set or shirts will arrive by December 24th).

Silent Night, Deadly Night Limited Edition Box Set:

  • Available for $125
  • Limited to 225
  • Silent Night, Deadly Night Shirt*
  • Limited Edition "Faux" Ugly Sweater – PUNISH Sweatshirt*
  • Custom Resin Ornament (handmade by Monte Ward)
  • Felt Stocking
  • Collector's Box

*(Available in S–3x. All shirts will ship in the size selected – the folks at Fright Rags are not able to mix sizes).


Silent Night, Deadly Night T-Shirt:

  • Available for $27
  • Created by Justin Osbourn
  • First Edition Printing
  • Printed in full color on super soft 4.5oz., 100% cotton shirts.
  • Ships in 4–5 days.
  • T-Shirt – Small – 5x–Large
  • Girls – Small – 2x–Large
  • Zippered Hoodie (+ $20 design on back) Small – 3x–Large


SNDN Punish Sweatshirt:

  • Available for $50
  • Created by Joe Guy Allard
  • First Edition Printing
  • Printed on soft 6.5oz pre-laundered 80% cotton 20% pre-shrunk polyester blend fleece.
  • Ships in 4–5 days
  • Sweatshirt – Small – 3x–Large


Derek Anderson
About the Author - Derek Anderson

Raised on a steady diet of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Derek has been fascinated with fear since he first saw ForeverWare being used on an episode of Eerie, Indiana.

When he’s not writing about horror as the Senior News Reporter for Daily Dead, Derek can be found daydreaming about the Santa Carla Boardwalk from The Lost Boys or reading Stephen King and Brian Keene novels.

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