Also found an open pack of the Fright Flicks cards you see pictured in the first image, which you can check out below. The fronts of the cards featured images of scenes from different horror films (Elm Street, The Fly, Fright Night, Alien, Day of the Dead, etc), along with funny little quips about the pictures, and the backs featured short tales of horror, with the question remaining of 'Did It Ever Happen?'. Gotta love the fun Topps was having with horror.
What a different time the 80's/early 90's were, eh? The idea of horror movies being immortalized in trading cards is something you'd never see these days and besides, if a company was to even put out trading cards based on horror flicks, what flicks would they even give the treatment? It just seems that there's nothing iconic anymore like there used to be back in the day when it comes to the genre. I feel like these cards sum up really well the difference a decade or two has made in the world of horror movies and that's why i'm so fascinated by them. It aint what it used to be, but we'll always have relics like these to relive the good old days.