Michael Myers and friends would like for you to get your ugly sweater on with Fright Rags



Ah yes Christmas is in the air! As we approach another pagan ritualistic holiday we would be remorsed not to mention a favorite past time. The ugly sweater phenomenon has been apparent for sometime now and some of our favorites like MONDO have already gotten into the spirit. Well, not to be out done by anyone when it comes to horror clothing and apparel our good friends at Fright Rags have joined the party. The have released a line of ugly sweaters featuring some of our favorite horror movies. JAWS, HALLOWEEN 1&2 AND TRICK ‘R TREAT are part of the collection to keep you warm this holiday season. Check out artist Joe Guy Allard designs ahead and order now at the link provided ahead.

‘Tis the season to be wearing an ugly sweater. If you want to be the hit of your holiday party, pick up one of Fright-Rags‘ new “faux ugly sweater” crewneck sweatshirts.

Available now from Fright-Rags:


Artist Joe Guy Allard applies the tacky-yet-lovable knit design style of classic Christmas sweaters to four horror favorites: Jaws, Trick ‘r Treat, Halloween II and Halloween III: Season of the Witch.

The faux ugly sweater collection is on sale now at All four designs are in stock and ready to ship, ensuring domestic delivery before Christmas. Quantities are limited, so act quickly.


As if that weren’t enough, Fright-Rags also has a line of apparel dedicated to the latest holiday hit, Krampus. Available now, the Krampus collection features a faux ugly sweater and two tees from the film.


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