Konami takes Silent Hill back to its roots with Shattered Memories, due out on the PS2, PSP, and Wii 12/8/09; this Memories Montage trailer is a music video with monstrous overtones.
Zombies and vampires go mainstream with this seemingly made-for-Disney promo trailer for The Slayers; it’s inspired by kids-vs-monsters flicks like The Goonies and Monster Squad.
The latest on our list of over-the-top costumes literally towers over us: this animatronic Gomora suit stands 10 ft. tall and 20 ft. long, moves its head and arms, shrieks, and spits vapor.
The Japanese own the giant lizard scene now, but their love affair with monsters goes way back: these Folk Monster Anatomy posters explore their grisly (and somewhat tasty) innards.
Frankenstein’s story is well known, but gets recast in a mythic (and green) light in this Frank’s Origin t-shirt; still, his saga would have been truly epic had his brain not come from Abby Normal.
Vannen teams up with monster artist Dirty Donny for this Halloween Exclusive watch; it’s limited to 150 pieces and features a boo-tiful multicolor screenprint and glossy black case.
After dissecting LEGOs, Dunnys and even Gummy Bears, Jason Freeny takes his scalpel to Domo: we’re still not sure if the fur and teeth are scarier or the blood and guts are.
Because even destroying cities can get stale: this Transportation Jenga hoodie depicts two mutually monstrous enemies settling the score over a friendly game of stack-the-humans.
Flameknight7 combines two of the world’s most terrifying things into a single mod for Left 4 Dead: Teletubbies and zombies are a true vision of hell, especially when they catch on fire.
Math and mythology get married with Mythical Creatures: it’s a Venn diagram and how-to-hybrid guide for everything from Unicorns to Mermahuataurs. Thanks, Huntington!
Twice delayed, The Wolfman stars Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins; we hope the 2/10/2010 premier date sticks, as this hauntingly beautiful trailer has us howling for blood.
Brand new tee brand Made With Awesome hits the ground running with Lunch Break; in between crushing humans and knocking down skyscrapers, even monsters need to eat lunch.
Those of us who are aesthetically challenged have nothing on this Pixel Monsters and Freaks tee, available this week at teextile; there’s no argument here: these creatures are fug-ugly.
The creators of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies take a hacksaw to another Jane Austen classic with Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters; this time, with lobsters and sea serpents.
Chop Shop’s weScare T-shirt is their latest high-density picturepalooza with a hodge-podge of 58 creatures from video games, comics, TV, movies and more; it’s available in four colors.
Its name may be simple, but this Dinosaur t-shirt by Shred explodes with gory detail; not for the faint hearted, a pack of velociraptors reduces several helpless humans into shredded pork.
Similar to RobotsAndMonster.org, Len Peralta of Monster by Mail will draw you a customized monster; supply the name and he’ll send you a 4×6 sketch along with making-of video.
There are bad days to sail, and then there are days like this Murphy’s Law t-shirt by Alvaro Arteaga; there’s nothing like a kraken, a griffin and a sea dragon to really mess up your day.
Capcom drops an early Xmas gift with Encyclopedia Gigantica, a must for Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite players; it’s unfinished but will fill up before the game’s June release.
Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus is a campy, low-budget horror flick with harbinger of hammy acting Lorenzo Lamas; we were sold the moment the shark ate the Golden Gate Bridge.
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).
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