Just in time for their third anniversary, Go Ape Shirts’ Ape-ocalypse tee is a retro-style homage to another huge Hollywood ape; it’s by Leon Ryan, who also created Go Ape’s logo.
When these pale-faced coworkers say work sucks, they mean it literally: Glennz’ Office Chat t-shirt shows that watercooler talk not includes football and cars but bare necks and blood banks.
A remake of a 2006 opening for Fuel TV, Pollution V2 is a kaiju lover’s dream; it was shot in HD and is a mix of kitschy sci-fi (view the monster costumes here) and fantastic CG effects.
Hakodate is likely the first city to destroy itself in an effort to attract tourists: giant robots and squid battle fleets annihilate whole city blocks in the hilariously epic video above.
Based on an award-winning 1963 children’s book, this first trailer has us cautiously optimistic about the cinematic version of Where The Wild Things Are; it hits theaters October 16.
A new, meatier trailer is up for Monsters vs. Aliens: the first half is focused mostly on Ginormica, but you’ll learn more about all the characters (including the big, bad alien invaders).
Although we’re slightly put off by the bright colors, this Primordial Duel t-shirt gave us a laugh for its interesting, oversized printed rendition of the classic robots vs. monsters debate.
A giant robot, the grim reaper, an executioner and stinging bees to boot: Funkrush’s We’re Only Here for the Fear t-shirt is a nice roundup of our favorite horror movie archetypes.
Addictive and fast-paced, Death vs. Monstars is a shoot-em-up with quirky graphics and a catchy 8-bit style soundtrack; note: the backwards aiming can take awhile to get used to.
From robots to UFOs to giant monsters, Franco Brambilla takes classic sci-fi staples and mixes them with near-photorealistic imagery; some giclee prints are available here. Thanks, Rick!
Part of a Saatchi&Saatchi advertising campaign for the SciFi Channel, Humans Are Among Us has us tickled pink green with these goofy renditions of 50s B-movie posters.
Make no illusions: Splatterhouse is a gory, gory remake with grotesque monsters, nightmarish levels, and a hockey-masked protagonist who has a propensity for losing limbs.
With a horde of the undead splayed across the front, this Skeleton Army button down is definitely not for work; it features a sharply contrasting print on a brown washed long sleeved shirt.
Many of you are too young to remember The Thing, but this short by experimental band Zombie Zombie uses GI Joe figures shot in hi-def to recreate the classic horror movie.
First a fantasy football board game, then a 1995 MS-DOS port, Blood Bowl is coming to multiple platforms Q2; this Goblins vs. Orcs trailer actually shows off only two out of eight races.
Rated 20% by Rotten Tomatoes, Mutant Chronicles is a bad, bad movie; still, any film that squeezes in Ron Perlman, John Malkovich, and steampunk tech screams cult classic.
What Super Energy Apocalypse: Recycled lacks in graphics it makes up for in depth; it’s a basic RTS where you’re tasked with building a base to defend against mutant alien zombies.
Monster Invasion looks deceptive simple: save London from Viking monsters with an array of traps; however, they crank up the tempo so quickly that defeat is nearly assured.
Get your growl on with Puma’s insanely detailed Japanese Monster Pack, styled off of kaiju films from the 50s-70s with wild textures that recall Godzilla, Mothra, Ghidora and more.
Packed with enough villains and monsters to end the world several times over, Travis Pitts’ This Is How The World Ends tee has you covered for nearly every apocalyptic scenario.
Few monster films are as revered as 1954’s Godzilla, and this innovative 3-D Poster (part of the Real Artwork Series) brings the venerable kaiju film to life; it measures 11.5″ tall.
This Shag Master Creature Hoodie is strangely functional: it features an iPod pocket with wire port, removable velcro patches, and swappable bear ears and devil horns. Thanks, Meep!
The Blizzards’ The Reason really lends credence to the phrase, “Hell hath no fury like a women scorned;” thank God most of them aren’t 100 foot tall monsters with flaming hearts.
Part Wolverine and part Creature from the Black Lagoon, “Midnight Snack” Muraida is clad in a black colorway with 6 articulation points; it’s limited to 200 pieces and goes on sale 11/28 here.
After a leaked version was pulled this summer, the official Monsters vs. Aliens trailer is back and with a few extra scenes featuring the chief villian Gallaxhar; the movie hits theaters 3/27/09.
Tabletop gamers, rejoice: Monsterpocalypse is a fully-fleshed out gaming system with plenty of giant mecha and kaiju; they even have nuke reactors and highrises to demolish.
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