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Franki Stein Checks Out the Killer Horror Designs at Cavity Colors

Hey, there guys and ghouls! Franki Stein here, your resident spooky girl and gore gear connoisseur. How many of us remember that sweet 80s horror tee we all coveted as youngsters? I know I do. However if you’re anything like me you were either too young to gain access to it, your allowance wouldn’t cover it, or if you were lucky enough to snag it… it’s probably been worn to shreds by this point. Well, kids, our nightmares have been answered. Cavity Colors is one of my favorite sites to score wearable horror merch; including shirts, enamel pins, socks, stickers, patches and art prints all at an affordable price. CC offers goods from such classics as Nightbreed, Ghoulies, The Howling, and Evil Dead, as well as some newer hits like You’re Next and the Rob Zombie collection. Devin Whitehead is their phenomenal lead designer. He takes all of the classic posters and scenes and throws his own Argento-like twist on them. Bright splashes of color against the gore of red and black make these designs a definite one of a kind you won’t find anywhere else. Be sure to check out his artwork through Devon Whitehead (@devondraws) – Instagram photos and videos. On top of the great products they sell, Cavity Colors offers some great customer incentives. Sign up for their Birthday Club and receive a free gift each year on your B-day after placing your first order. Be sure to check out the “Buy or Die” feature, in which a limited design is available for purchase for only 72 hours. Also a great clearance section with tees as low as $7, plus more. New items are available regularly and believe me you will never be disappointed. I have been impressed with every one of their designs. Cavity Colors receives 4 out of 5 screams from me. I personally rock their glow in the dark Reanimator tee on the regular. I will continue to be a loyal patron and you should all give them a look. Get ahold of some rare and frightful goodies a true horror nerd can be proud of. Scare ya next time! Franki  

Franki
Franki
Hey there horror nerds! I'm Franki, you're local blood drenched burlesque queen. Raised from a young age by greats such as Lovecraft, Poe, Hitchcock & Price, I have longed for the opportunity to sink my teeth into a career in horror. Throughout school I was a constant concern for teachers when turning in reports on Elizabeth Bathory instead of Amelia Earhart or Stephen King instead of Emily Dickinson. From there I developed what some would call an unhealthy obsession with writing gruesome fiction, to many's surprise even being awarded and published as a teen (despite the unusual subject of my literature). Years after as I continued to write, I lucked out and into independent horror films. My first break being a featured zombie in the Plan 9 remake produced by Dark Stone Entertainment, and brief cameos in a few other not so well know films ;). Throughout all of this, I began to feed another obsession...dance! Belly dance was my introduction into this world and I fell in love immediately. As soon as I had the opportunity to perform, I realized the beautiful possibility that lay in front of me... To combine my love for dance and the macabre! My first solo routine was to "Dead Man's Party" in full zombie make up, while my fellow students went a much more traditional route. I went on to do routines as Jack the Ripper, a vampire concubine, etc and though I was always the odd one out, I was usually a fan favorite. I decided to up the ante! Not only would I infuse horror into belly dance but I would infuse both into burlesque. Grave Dancers were born! I created a horror-themed troupe out of Roanoke, Va where no one would expect it and it was a hit. That was 5 years ago! The troupe is still going strong but I missed the writing aspect of my love of horror. So here I am once again combining two of my loves, horror, and shopping! Thanks to Gruesome Magazine I am now your go-to living dead girl for all the best horror-themed products and websites! I seek them out and bring them to you because we all know you can never have enough cool and unique horror merch!
Franki "Boom Boom" Stein
Hey there horror nerds! I'm Franki, you're local blood drenched burlesque queen. Raised from a young age by greats such as Lovecraft, Poe, Hitchcock & Price, I have longed for the opportunity to sink my teeth into a career in horror. Throughout school I was a constant concern for teachers when turning in reports on Elizabeth Bathory instead of Amelia Earhart or Stephen King instead of Emily Dickinson. From there I developed what some would call an unhealthy obsession with writing gruesome fiction, to many's surprise even being awarded and published as a teen (despite the unusual subject of my literature). Years after as I continued to write, I lucked out and into independent horror films. My first break being a featured zombie in the Plan 9 remake produced by Dark Stone Entertainment, and brief cameos in a few other not so well know films ;). Throughout all of this, I began to feed another obsession...dance! Belly dance was my introduction into this world and I fell in love immediately. As soon as I had the opportunity to perform, I realized the beautiful possibility that lay in front of me... To combine my love for dance and the macabre! My first solo routine was to "Dead Man's Party" in full zombie make up, while my fellow students went a much more traditional route. I went on to do routines as Jack the Ripper, a vampire concubine, etc and though I was always the odd one out, I was usually a fan favorite. I decided to up the ante! Not only would I infuse horror into belly dance but I would infuse both into burlesque. Grave Dancers were born! I created a horror-themed troupe out of Roanoke, Va where no one would expect it and it was a hit. That was 5 years ago! The troupe is still going strong but I missed the writing aspect of my love of horror. So here I am once again combining two of my loves, horror, and shopping! Thanks to Gruesome Magazine I am now your go-to living dead girl for all the best horror-themed products and websites! I seek them out and bring them to you because we all know you can never have enough cool and unique horror merch!
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