[News] APRIL FOOL'S DAY Is No Joke with Fright-Rags' Parody Designs & More
Courtesy of Fright-Rags – April Fool’s Day
April Fool’s Day is no joke for Fright-Rags! The horror apparel company kicks off the month with new parody designs, plus merchandise from April Fool’s Day, Day of the Dead, and Evil Dead.

Fright-Rags parodies Fright Night in the style of Saturday Night Fever, Silver Bullet in the style of Purple Rain, and Christine in the style of Back to the Future. Each mashup is available on T-shirts & hoodies.

Be the life of the party with Fright-Rags’ April Fool’s Day restock. The ’80s slasher design comes on T-shirts and hoodies.

The movie April Fool’s Day is as follows: When a group of college students decides to spend spring break at the secluded island estate of their wealthy classmate, Muffy St. John (Deborah Foreman), what starts out as a fun, hedonistic weekend turns into something more sinister. Muffy is very fond of practical jokes, and sets up numerous gags throughout her mansion. But, when friends begin going missing and turn up dead, they realize that they’re trapped on the isolated isle with a mysterious and brutal killer.

Fright-Rags salutes George A. Romero’s Day of the Dead with a slew of new apparel from the zombie classic: two T-shirts, lounge pants, a dad hat, a snapback hat, Bub socks, and a gory enamel pin with sliding action.

George Romero’s Day of the Dead is as follows: Trapped in a missile silo, a small team of scientists, civilians and trigger-happy soldiers battle desperately to ensure the survival of the human race, but tension inside the base is reaching breaking-point, and the zombies are gathering outside.

Kiss your nerves goodbye with Fright-Rags’ Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2 collection. It includes a new Evil Dead 2 shirt, Evil Dead lounge pants, Evil Dead flex-fit hat, and Evil Dead snapback hat. Four classic shirts have also been restocked.

These items are available now at Fright-Rags.com. Precautions have been taken to mitigate the risks of COVID-19, including a one-person shipping operation and regularly sanitizing of workstations.

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