Cthulhu, Zombie & Mummy, Oh My! Our Second Wave of Horror Wax Warmers!

We are very pleased to announce our terrifying second wave of wax warmers! The Scent of Cthulhu, Zombie Apocalypse and Mummy Dearest are currently being produced! They will be available in November, but you can pre-order them now! Just add scented wax and, hey, we have that now, too!

cthulhu (1)The Scent of Cthulhu:  This wax warmer was inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos. Warm your favorite wax scent on top of this slumbering behemoth of doom. But be careful not to awaken him. For if you call, he will come!

Zombie Apocalypse:zombie (1) Waiting on that Zombie Apocalypse that we all know is coming? Tide yourself over with this great zombie wax warmer. Want to know why our zombie is the perfect warmer? He always has wax on his brain! 

 

 

mummyMummy Dearest: Mummy lovers will come completely unraveled with this mummy design wax warmer! Melt your favorite wax in your own petrified pharaoh without the hassle of an Egyptian curse! 

 

 

monster melts 1-1Monster Melts Series 1: The Graveyard Gang: Haunt your favorite wax warmer with these monstrous melts. Create a spine chilling aura of pleasing fragrance at the witch’s hour or any time of day. Store in a cool place. Halloween Forevermore recommends storing the pack in the refrigerator about 30 min to 1 hour prior to use. Under these conditions, wax shapes will firm so that breakage and disfigurement will be avoided when they are popped out of the pack for use.

Game Review: Munchkin Zombies

Munchkin Zombies by Steve Jackson Games

Munchkin Zombies game
Munchkin Zombies game

I love games. Board games, video games, card games, role-playing games… I dig them all. My only problem with games these days is that I don’t have the  time to actually sit down and play them. So when Halloween Forevermore opened the site up to horror product reviews, I jumped at the chance to have a great excuse to play games!

The folks at Steven Jackson Games were kind enough to send me the 1st edition, 7th printing of the card game, Munchkin Zombies.

Here is a breakdown of the game from the World of Munchkin website: Game Design by Steve Jackson. Illustrated by John Kovalic. Kill the Living! Eat their Brains! Braaiiinns!

It’s the sickest, silliest Munchkin yet! You are zombies, kicking down doors and eating brains. The “monsters” you’re attacking are people, some helpless and some hazardous, with a few rogue zombies thrown in. The armor is whatever you’ve blundered across during your lurching search for brains. So bravely you’ll go forth, with mousetraps on your feet and a bowling trophy protecting your poor rotting head . . . to level up, or to die.

Munchkin Zombies cards
Munchkin Zombies cards

This is the first Munchkin game I have ever played, and it is a seriously addictive laugh riot. Every player starts as a level one zombie and the object is to be the first zombie to hit level ten. To do this, you will kick down doors and gather treasures, items, weapons, abilities and armor with the 2 card decks that comprise the game. Drawing a card can either give you a tremendous benefit or drawback. The cards themselves are very amusing and, of course, there are chase cards you are going to want to… chase (Steve Jackson Games were kind enough to send me a promo Pitcher of Cheap Beer card with their press materials). I love this game! Now, I want the expansions and promo goodies and I feel like a junkie in the making that was given his first taste on the house.

Pitcher of Cheap Beer
Pitcher of Cheap Beer

There are currently four expansions to the Munchkin Zombies game and a ton of goodies and accessories available at the World of Munchkin site. There are several games on the site that would be of great interest to a horror/fantasy gamer.

Yes, this game comes highly recommended! More braaaiiiiinnnsssss…

 

 

 

 

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