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‘Fright Rags’ delivers ‘The Exorcist Part III’

One of the more underrated entries in any horror franchise is William Peter Blatty’s THE EXORCIST PART III. While many only look at the first as a viable film to the importance in horror history, go back and give 3 a look and compare it to the supernatural films that exist today and see many common themes. The folks at FRIGHT-RAGS always willing to go out the box in finding new designs to bring to the masses have seized upon this and have unveiled 4 demonic graphics for us to see. Check out the full release and how you can pre order your shirts now.

The Exorcist is often cited as one of the greatest horror films of all time, but many fans were just as disturbed by The Exorcist III. William Peter Blatty’s criminally-overlooked 1990 film is finally being given its due with four new shirts from Fright-Rags.

Fright-Rags is offering a pair of limited edition designs from Justin Osbourn (limited to 500) and Christopher Lovell (limited to 300). Both are available on unisex shirts and girls shirts. The collection also includes the first printing of two more T-shirts: Coki Greenway’s depiction of a scene from the finale and Jeff Zornow’s capturing of one of the film’s most terrifying moments.

All four demonic designs are now available for pre-order at Fright-Rags.com, with products expected to ship in early December. These items may sell out during the pre-order period, so don’t miss your chance to possess them.

In case you missed it, Fright-Rags’ The Terminator 30th anniversary collection is still available for pre-order, along with designs from dozens of other genre favorites.

 

 

Pre-orders available now: http://bit.ly/1zMl3tl

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