It’s not as good as ours, though. We came third in the regional teapot championships 2004. Would you like our autograph?
Christmas and horror are two great tastes that taste great together. Claustrophobia sets in around mid-December, when it’s frozen outside and you’re huddled indoors with volatile monsters you spend the rest of the year trying to avoid, so “Christmas Horror” as a genre was always going to happen. Starting with HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS (1972) and running up through last year’s ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE, there’s a long and deeply checkered tradition for Christmas horror. Here are five films to settle in with when the nights start getting longer.
Introduced in the 1979 horror classic PHANTASM, the Sentinel Sphere is the signature weapon of supernatural undertaker, The Tall Man. The flying silver orb is used to drill into the brain of his victims and drain their head-nog.
Mondo teamed up with legendary filmmaker Don Coscarelli and our friends at Middle of Beyond to create the Sentinel Sphere replica ornament. It’s the perfect addition to your holiday horror decor!