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15 Bizarre Pieces of Fan Art Inspired by Horror Movies

By Caitlin Morton |

Halloween may be well behind us now, but that doesn’t mean horror movies have to drop off the grid. No matter the time of year, people continue to get sick pleasure out of viewing terror and gore on the big screen. Tons of studies have been conducted to figure out the motivation behind this cinematic fandom, and reasons have ranged from wanting to overcome our fears to experiencing actual hormonal changes in our brains.

While there are many of us who enjoy scary movies, some Fans-with-a-capital-F take it one step further. They don’t just spew off facts about Nosferatu and recite the Freddy Krueger nursery rhyme on command, but they also devote their time and talents to creating some truly insane pieces of artwork. Fan art is no new concept, but horror movie fan art? It’s really something.

Here are 15 of the craziest, creepiest, and funniest handmade items inspired by film monsters and madness. They may be weird, but I’m not ashamed to admit that I want every single last one of them.

15 Bizarre Pieces of Fan Art Inspired by Horror Movies:

15 Bizarre Pieces of Fan Art Inspired by Horror Movies

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From bloody mini dresses to crocheted demons, ones thing's for sure: Horror movies inspire some of the strangest and coolest fan art you'll ever see. Click through to see all 15 items!


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Caitlin Morton

Caitlin Morton is a freelance writer living in New York City. She enjoys binge watching TV shows for days on end, harmonizing, and looking for puns in all the wrong places. One time she held the door open for Ian McKellen, which is as close to fame as she will ever hope to get. Read bio and latest posts → Read Caitlin's latest posts →

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