Greetings, fellow morbid monsters! I am here with, what else, another unboxing! This time, we are looking at some things from a company called Morbid Market. They delve into the spooky side of shirts, totes, jewelry and decals. This company is based in the UK and were kind enough to send some items PopHorror’s way. Check it out!
We want to send a big thank you to Morbid Market for sending these items our way. Let’s dig a little bit into what they sent for us to unbox!
First out was two Morbid Market decals. The design is simple, and I like the addition of a jack-o-lantern in the O. This is your standard decal and a good way to represent your love for the company. Also up is a decal of Mr. Boomstick himself, Bruce Campbell as Ash Williams. I like the little silhouette design. This is a fun way to show your fandom.
Oh, look! We have, I dunno… only an item from my favorite movie ever. It’s a little decal of the Stickman from The Blair Witch Project. The design of the Stickman was created by Ben Rock and is the symbol of one of the best movies of all time. Since The Blair Witch Project is celebrating 20 years of scaring the pants off of everyone, this just seems like an appropriate decal. This is my favorite thing from Morbid Market, for sure.
The last item out of the box was a necklace featuring the Goth queen herself, Wednesday Addams. I love this scene in the movie when she’s just miserable around all the “normal” people. Of course, she pulls out a bottle of poison from wherever and starts to drink it. She is a mood 100%. This necklace is a pretty flat resin, and I can’t tell if the picture has been stretched or not. At first glance, the photo looks elongated, but the more I stare, the more I think that maybe it isn’t. Regardless, it is a cute necklace that is pretty lightweight and on a nice-length chain. This one is a win.
That’s all for the Morbid Market unboxing! If you liked what you saw and want to see more of what they have to offer, you can shop on their website HERE. Even though these items were sent to me, I was not paid for this review, and all opinions are my own. Keep an eye on PopHorror for more unboxings headed right at your face!