Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Win A Handmade Human Centipede Scarf ... Right Here, Right Now!!

First off, for anyone who might've missed it, I announced the winner of the 2011 Christmas stocking over on the Freddy In Space Facebook page last night. That winner is Jeff Rego (check out his blog!), a longtime reader and supporter of the blog who somehow manages to find time between raising three kids and working two jobs to read my stupidity day in and day out. For that, he must be commended.

Huge thanks to all who entered, you should quite frankly all be commended (perhaps committed) for spending far too much of your time on here. All of your comments on that post have filled me with plenty enough inspiration to continue doing what i've been doing. As i've said many times in the past, I rarely see a dime as a result of doing this and it's positive comments and e-mails from you folks that keep me going and make all the work more than worth it. So thank you and I love you all!

Now that we're caught up to speed, it's time for a brand new giveaway. I wanted to offer up something really awesome to you folks, this being the week of Christmas and all, and I think i've got just the thing for ya ...

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Courtesy of one of the Human Santapede's top elves, Ms. Mandalin Knottyfingers, it's the one and only handmade Human Centipede scarf (a $119 value!), guaranteed to keep you warm like only a group of 12 people joined butt hole to mouth hole can. It's all the love and comfort of the centipede, without all that pesky shit and blood. Made from soft acrylic yarn, measuring 84"x5" and coming equipped with a hand embroidered digestive tract, I think it's safe to say this is one scarf that'll make all your friends totally jealous of the awesomeness you have wrapped around your body on those bitter winter nights. In fact, it's the only scarf ever made that's 100% Freddy approved! Aint that right, Fred?

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Well, at least it hides some of my scuff marks ...

Santapede wants to hand deliver this most badass of gifts directly to you on Christmas morning, so here's all you need to know in order to ensure that it's your chimney that he crawls down!

To enter, leave a comment below with your e-mail address and the answer to the following question ...

- Other than the Centipede scarf, what horror related item would you most like to find under your Christmas tree this year?

Deadline for entries is midnight Christmas morning. Good luck to all and Merry Christmas from Freddy In Space and the super talented Mandalin Knottyfingers, who thankfully for us uses her talents to bring to us some seriously bizarre and awesome shit. She's the Dr. Heiter of crocheting and I strongly encourage you to show your thanks for her hand making this scarf specifically to give it away for free to one of you guys by checking out her Etsy shop Knottyfingers, where you'll find all kinds of "adorably rotten gifts and collectibles for geeks and freaks", including a handmade crocheted Re-Animator doll!!

33 comments:

CalebAdnap said...

Besides this fantastic scarf which reeks of coolness (and maybe something else haha), I've been wanting that Candyman 3 promotional game I recently found out about through your website, if not I also would dig a Lance Henriksen ceramic tile from his Aliens Vs. Predator line, or I guess The Thing On Ice to actually come to fruition would be a great holiday wish as well...hmmm maybe I'm a bit greedy haha.

calebadnap@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I'd like to find the car Christine. It probably wouldn't fit under the tree, but you can leave it in the driveway. Thanks! buffystakesed@aol.com

Baltocubsmd said...

I would love to see a Knitted Freddy and Jason under my tree. Even as ornaments :).

Victor Acord
Mystik_spiral@yahoo.com

Guts and Grog Reviews said...

goreandgrog@gmail.com- I would die if I got the blow promo from Ghoulies 2. I have always wanted it and never even found it online.

April A Taylor said...

This scarf would become my most cherished horror item ever. But if it wasn't going to be under the tree, then I'd want all of the applicable bluray replacements for my Nightmare on Elm Street DVDs, a bucket of fake blood and a plane ticket to the Ukraine so that I can visit Chernobyl, the spot of a real life horror.

aprilataylor@yahoo.com

SonOfCelluloid said...

Nathan fromhell13@aol.com
sonofcelluloid1.blogspot.com

The pie-hole to poop-chute scarf would me more than enough under my tree, but I recently saw a cast iron set of wind up teeth used in an obscure Tv flick I love called Quicksilver Highway at an online auction. If I'd had a spare 400 bucks they'd be mine. I know Santa has the scratch, so I'm hoping his bar between naughty and nice isn't set too high.

sheri said...

Zombie Dolls!!!

Mr. Macabre said...

I have always wanted the clown doll from Poltergeist. That thing is truly terrifying, either happy or demonically evil. Seeing either clown doll under my tree would spread a huge smile across my face...before I lost control of my bladder and started screaming when I realized that clown doll is actually in my house.

Mr.Macabre hotmail *dot* com

Crazy Ivan said...

I'd love to recieve my own Lament Box this year! It would be just like that Christmas long ago when I played with my new Rubik's Cube under the tree, then had my flesh peeled slowly back with rusty hooks and wires, except perhaps without the fishing trip.

Ron Schablotski
crazy_ivan_thx11@yahoo.com

AgonyMyers said...

I would love to have a mogwai for Christmas, that I won't feed after midnight and would only wet it to make more for my friends, and would let it wear the fabulous ass to mouth scarf in the winter to keep it warm.

tearyourworldapart@yahoo.com

Jennifer said...

I would be the envy of all my friends if Santa left this awesome Scarf under my tree and to make it the best Xmas ever would be to find all the different Gremlin figurines so I could replay both movies under the tree! Merry Xmas n may the Krampus not visit!!

MrsV said...

Besides this amazing scarf which I feel in love with as soon as I saw it, I would love to find a lobby card set for The Initiation. A gem of a slasher from 84. Of course any figures of Jason that I don't have would be cool too. Happy Holidays everyone and thank you Freddyinspace for doing such a great contest for us fans!

MrsV said...

Besides this awesome scarf that I fell in love with when I first saw it, I would love to find a lobby card set of The Initiation under the tree. It is a gem of a slasher film from 84. Of course any figures of Jason that I don't have would be cool too. Happy Holidays to all and Thank you to FreddyInSpace for running such a nice contest for us fans!

Nico said...

Besides the awesome scarf, I'd like to find a copy of the Tales from the Crypt Have Yourself a Scary Little Christmas album under the tree. My mom got me the cassette when it first came out and Id play the hell out of it during Christmas time. Sure was a classic kiddies!

nicoromero87@yahoo.com

MonkeyPlaysWithKnives said...

I'd like to find Ridley Scott under my tree and promise to release him safely once he promised to show me an advanced screening of Prometheus.

Matt ohnson
monkeyplayswithknives@yahoo.ca

Zach said...

That's probably the greatest scarf I've ever seen in my entire life. Forreal. Anyway, I'd love to have the Evil Dead series on Blu-ray as a gift. If we're allowed to dream big, though, it'd be sick if Hatchet III would hurry up and get released already.

zlanderson@seu.edu

Micah said...

The 1985 Fright Night Blu-Ray is at the top of my list this year. Sure, it's an easy one, but I love that movie almost as much as I love boobs.

micah_roland@yahoo.com

cas One said...

I would love to have this scarf..and the afterbirth of the rape baby from a serbian film under my tree.

Kane said...

id like to have any argento or fulci blu ray under my tree... that would make me happy

bloodthevirus[at]gmail[dot]com

Anonymous said...

I would love a ticket to Fright Night Film Fest in Louisville,Ky. to meet the guest of honor,my hero,Bruce Campbell this summer under my tree. Chrisgarrison2007@yahoo.com

Sarah Queen said...

I would love to have the "it's alive" baby puppet, or an "critters" critter puppet. Those are both more high-end props that I can't afford, so either one would be a xmas miracle!

sarahmae.queen@gmail.com

Thanks John!

clay byrom said...

I would love to see the Nightmare on Elm Street 3 silicone Freddy bust by Daz Jordan at Suckface Studios under my tree. One of my dream collectibles. Bassistfromtheblacklagoon_est1983@hotmail.com

playdead said...

The life size Frankenstein animated prop I seen at Spirit this past Halloween, holding a copy of Night of 1,000 Cats on DVD. Monsters and pussy, what more does a guy need!

playdead666@live.com
com

GuidanceGhoul said...

Again, THANK YOU, so very much, for the win on the stocking. My oldest son was excited as I showed him your original post about it, and scrolled through all the cool contents. You got my Week Before Christmas off to a twistedly jolly start.

I am honored by your mention of my thus-far meager entry into the blogging world this past year. The graduate course I finished last week put an extra crimp in my time, and made it even harder to get any sort of momentum going. But enough excuses: Your mention now has inspired me to make a New Year's resolution: I will update MUCH more regularly in 2012, and move toward being a "real" horror blogger.

Oh, and while I'm sitting this new contest out (lest I be deemed a greedy bastard), for the record I'd be delighted to find under my tree a blu-ray of RARE EXPORTS -- which I really look forward to seeing, based on your review. I'd also like to get TROLL HUNTER, and the third and fourth seasons of TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE.

Happy Horrordays, everyone!!

MWillgruber said...

Besides that amaingly awesome scarf, I would want some sort of copy of "Before the Mask: The Return of Leslie Vernon" underneath my tree. It feels like it's been forever since "Behind the Mask" and I truly hope they get enough money to release the sequel.

Mwillgruber@gmail.com

Alan said...

The horror item I would like to find under my tree this Christmas would be a set of Chucky dolls including himself, every version, his wife, and their love child. As a kid that movie scared me but now I love it.

ramplayeralan@aol.com

smarmy said...

Right next to my human centipede scarf I'm expecting a crazy realistic Tar Man costume. But I'd settle for a Return of the Living Dead t-shirt, I suppose.

Millie said...

I would kill for an original Return Of The Living dead poster. I had a friend who had one while growing up and I have been looking for one ever since.

william said...

That has to be most hilariously awesome scarf I've ever seen. As for some other horror related item? I really need to get around to buying the Evil Dead series on dvd. My VHS copies are pretty old and worn.



wkhigley@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I'm a big fan of knottyfingers creations, so I think besides this awesome scarf, that I would like her Linda Blair Exorcist doll under my Christmas tree! :D

email: nlconover@hotmail.com

Ashley said...

This scarf is amazing. Just...it's amazing.
As far as horror-related items go, I'm a sucker for costumes and costume pieces, so it'd have to be a toss-up between Asami Yamazaki's gloves and apron from Audition, or Freddy Krueger's claw, from, of course, Nightmare on Elm Street.

Melloisjustice13@yahoo.com

marcdamien said...

Like so many others, I ask Santa every year to bring me a Mogwai of my very own. But he's never come through for me, and i'm beginning to doubt that he ever will. In the meantime, I'd be nearly as happy if he'd bring me a fabulously sexy Human Centipede scarf. I get very chilly without a furry gremlin to keep me warm. And somehow, my dog just isn't cutting it.

ZOMBIE HAYES said...

Awesome Giveaway!! Thanks man!!
Other than the scarf, I would love to the get the Lucio Fulci (from Cat in the Brain) bobblehead this year!!

hch91@hotmail.com