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Horror Decor unveils new terrors to stuff under your tree this holiday season

Ring in the ho-ho-horror holidays this year with Horror Decor! The home decor brand has unleashed its Winter 2015 line of horror-themed holiday merchandise featuring an assortment of ornaments, candles, and printed pillows perfectly suited for genre fans on all ages.

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Notably, this line marks the return of Strange Kids Club’s Cuddle Creeps, a disgustingly fun and ghoulishly freaky series of printed pillows designed to charm and scare. Inspired by ’80s nostalgia and cult-classic horror icons, the new creeps are Jack, a cantankerous caretaker who sees dead people, and Candy Man, a tormented spirit of tragic origin and deadly intent. They’re joined by Regan, a foul-mouthed girl haunted by hellspawn, and Ed, a backstabbing buddy who’s just looking for a friend…to bite – both of whom launched this past October.

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Additionally, the release features holiday ornaments based on their popular Horror Buddies series and 2013’s My Lil Belial pillow; plus new collaborations with Freddy in Space, including a Creepy Mall Santa Horror Buddy and coffee-scented Never Sleep Again candles. Finally, Horror Decor is releasing a candle based on the 2014 movie I Am Santa Claus starring wrestling legend Mick Foley. Directed by Tommy Avallone and executive produced by Morgan Spurlock, the documentary is currently available on Netflix.

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For more about the Winter 2015 release or find the perfect gift for the horror fan(s) in your life, visit HorrorDecor.net.

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