Loot Crate October 2018 Review + Coupons – CURSED

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Loot Crate‘s theme for October is CURSEDLoot Crate is the original nerd subscription box for geeks & gamers. Every month you’ll get awesome, mostly exclusive geeky pop culture items curated around a theme for $21.99 per month, shipped.

DEAL: Save 15% on any subscription plan when you use this link and coupon code HELLOSUBSCRIPTION15. See our Loot Crate reviews to check out prior boxes!

The box design looks so awesome. It contains a couple of costume-ready cardboard masks from Antzilla!

Loot Crate also comes with a tri-fold booklet.

At the back of the info card, there’s a short description about this month’s theme!

Inside the booklet are the list of all the items included in the box.

There are photos, plus a brief description about the product.

Everything inside my October 2018 LootCrate Box!

Ouija Planchette Pin. This month’s featured pin is from the one of the most famous board games created, Ouija Mystifying Oracle!

The pin is so detailed: the moon, stars, and letters are very well crafted. It can easily be attached to any fabric.

Attack On Titan T-Shirt. This next exclusive item we got is a navy blue Attack on Titan themed tee. Attack on Titan is a famous Japanese manga series about a world where humanity lives in cities enclosed by enormous walls protecting them from gigantic man-eating humanoids known to as titans.

Check out this thrilling design from the Attack on Titan series! It features a surprise attack from a titan, and the mysterious fighter who came to save us all!

Unfortunately, it’s also the same design as this July 2018 Loot Anime shirt, printed on dark blue instead of black. I would be disappointed if I subscribed to this box for an Attack on Titan item as well as the other.

American Horror Story Keychain. This keychain is a replica of a key from the fifth season of American Horror Story – Hotel. It is an American anthology horror television series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. Hotel Cortez was built in 1925 by James March to pamper guests and to hide the bodies of all his murder victims. Spooky? Wait until you get to room 64.

The carton containing the keychain looks like the common hotel door hanger. It even has a “Please Service Room” printed at the back of it. Cute!

Here’s your key to the scariest part of the hotel, room 64. See how detailed the keychain is, the characters etched, the old look, it’s so good!

Mogwai Socks. These socks are all about mogwai, which are creatures from the fantasy-horror film GREMLINS. They shouldn’t be exposed to bright lights and to liquid. Also, they shouldn’t be fed after midnight.

The socks are made from 98% polyester and 2% spandex. It’s so soft and lightweight. The length and thickness are also enough to keep my feet warm.

The body of the socks is in gray, the toes and heels are in brown, and the cuffs are in white. I was pumped to get our favorite Mogwai, instead of a nasty Gremlin! So deliciously 80s.

Superemoscenes Evil Dead 2 Diorama. Evil Dead II is a 1987 American comedy horror film, and a parody of The Evil Dead. It’s a story about the vacation of Ash Williams and his girlfriend Linda in an abandoned cabin in the woods, as they accidentally recited a passage from the Book of the Dead, Necronomicon Ex-Mortis, which unleashes the Kandarian Demon that kills and possesses Linda turning her into a deadite.

Loot Crate partnered with J. Salvador to create an exclusive figure rendition of a scene from the classic Evil Dead II.

Everything inside the box: two figures, a base, and a wall.

Check out how scary Ash is as he is getting ready to fight the evil force! He even held a chainsaw and a shotgun on each arm.

It seems like the demon that they accidentally unleashed is trying to pull Ash down to bring him to hell. Creepy!

This diorama figure is so detailed, including the bloodstains on the floor and the old wall. A dramatically bloodier version of this is in the September 2018 Loot Fright box.

This month’s LootCrate is full of scary items! From the pin to the diorama figure, they are all pretty great this month. The box itself is full of surprises, it even includes a pair of creepy masks. My faves are the keychain, box masks, socks, and pin (lots of faves this month!). I thought this was more of a variety of types of franchises than we’re used to seeing from Loot Crate, but this isn’t a surprise for the October box, which typically features more horror franchises than other months.

What did you think of this month’s Loot Crate?

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