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Full of Fright: Fright Crate March 2019 Unboxing

Yes, you saw that correctly. This is the March 2019 box. I want NO judgement because have you SEEN how many games have been released in the last two months. They have kept me pretty dern busy. But here we are, and we have unboxed the box. I feel accomplished. Disregard the fact that this is the March 2019 box and just bask in the horror goodies that await you with the Fright Crate. Check out the unboxing video below, and then keep reading for more information.

I want to send a huge thank you to Fright Crate for sending us this box to open for you all. This is our first time unboxing Fright Crate, and I have a few mixed feelings about it. I think I know the reason, and I will discuss below. First, let’s see what was in the box.

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Jason X might be my favorite of the Friday the 13th films. Maybe it’s because it was in space or maybe because it had one of the most creative (and my personal favorite) kills of all time, we may never know. But here’s the mask from the film. This is a PVC material mask by Serial Resin Co. and I like it for the most part. I have never been a fan of masks in subscription boxes, but that’s just my own personal opinion. I have a four-year-old that steals them all, so they can’t be hung up. I like the movie and design, but not my favorite item in the box.

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I love Teen Wolf and I love the idea of Teen Wolf glasses. These are your run-of-the-mill black plastic frames with a Teen Wolf decal on the side. I can’t tell you how long the decal will last. Experience tells me that if you wear these daily, that decal will fade away, just like the ’80s.

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Here, we have a pin by @CulOrry, and it is double-backed (win!). This design is of the demon, Rawhead Rex, from the movie of the same name. I haven’t seen this film, but I think that this pin might make me watch it. I do love enamel pins, and this one is in great shape. There is no bleeding between areas, and the pin is pretty solid.

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Here we have my favorite item out of the box that was promptly stolen by my husband. I have found my St. Paddy’s Day shirt! If I can ever get it back. This was in an XL and fits really well. The print is thick but comfortable, and the fabric isn’t scratchy. It was designed by Max Cave, and it’s a wicked print. The print survives the wash as well. This shirt is a definite win.

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The last item in the box is a bust of Mr. Barlow from Salem’s Lot. I have yet to see Salem’s Lot (it’s shameful, I know), but I do love the bust, especially the color and the Popsicle stick cross on the front. I think he is super cute and fits nicely on a figurine shelf.

That’s if for the March 2019 Fright Crate! Every month, this box will bring you items from some of your favorite and some obscure horror movies throughout the decades. There are two levels of subscription boxes that range between $20 for 3-4 items and $30 for 5-6. You can shop this month’s crate HERE. Keep an eye on PopHorror for more unboxings, and we will see you on the next one!

About Dev Crowley

D.D. Crowley has been writing since she could scrawl misspelled words on paper to make a story. Thankfully her writing has improved. An avid horror, paranormal, sci-fi and video game lover, she gets to write about all her favorite nerdy fandoms. Some of her favorites are found footage movies, the original 'Halloween' and 'Resident Evil' (the games not the movies, don't ever ask her about the movies... you have been warned).

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