Loot Fright November 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Loot Fright is a bimonthly mystery crate subscription packed full of horror items featuring scary movie franchises, characters and more – like zombies, slashers, and other frightful delights! Boxes include $50+ in merchandise.

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This month’s Loot Fright box is full of scary stuff!

The November 2018 Loot Fright Theme: SEASON’S GRIEVINGS!

Slay bells ring, are you listening? In the grave, blood is listening. A murderous sight, a crate from Loot Fright, unboxing in a winter wonderland. Get hacked for the holidays and chilled to the bone with Season’s Grievings!

Everything in my November 2018 box! The second shirt and pin are bonuses on Loot Fright for the annual subscription!

The Look-See Pin. This is from the Crypt TV’s original web series that features a demon that haunts people who cannot let go.

If you yourself cannot release, then it will come to take a piece.

I love the details because it does resemble The Look-see character with its signature red gloves, just the more vibrant version.

H.P. Lovecraft At The Mountains Of Madness Shirt. The same with the other Loot Fright shirts, this month’s shirt has a nice fit and it’s very comfortable.

The design comes from a horror novel of H.P. Lovecraft. I love the color. It captures the eerie and powerful vibe of the novel.

There’s a Loot Fright at the upper back of the shirt.

Mari Lwyd Ornament. Loot Fright doesn’t just feature horror flicks or novels, it also features legends and lore that can spook the hell out of us.

It’s a folk tradition in South Wales wherein a band of strangers will come knocking on your door led by a person who has a horse skull attached to a pole and sing you songs for entry.

I love the packaging. It feels like we are indeed getting an exclusive item because of its high quality. It’s a collectible for sure and really great, especially if you like legend and lore references.

This is one of the Loot Fright exclusives.

It has impeccable detailing and quality. The tassel is also a different touch from the usual metal hooks. A metal hook could’ve been more practical, though.

Krampus Cookie Plate. Well, if there is Santa Claus who give presents to children who are well-behaved, Krampus is the one who punishes the children for misbehaving.

This is not safe for oven or microwave but it is top rack dishwasher safe.

The plate still has the Christmas-y vibes to it while being spooky. It has a loose resemblance of the illustration of the half- goat, half-demon folklore character.

Krampus Cookie Cutters Ornament. We’ve got cookie cutters to design our spooky cookies with!

It is top rack dishwasher safe.

To use, press the cookie stamp firmly and evenly to the dough to get a detailed cookie. Lift the stamp gently with tilting movements to not ruin the details while separating. Cut the embossed design from the dough using the cutter dipped in flour to avoid sticking.

We have the Gingerbread man, Der Klown, Krampus Bell, Teddy Klaue, and Perchta!

Annual subscription bonus items:

Loot Fright Pin. This zombie is the second pin in this box that is sent as a bonus gift for the annual subscription.

I love the vibrant colors! The colors made it cute instead of scary.

H.P. Lovecraft Black Cat Shirt. Another Loot Fright exclusive, this second shirt is a bonus for the annual subscription.

The washed out design gives it a vintage feel which I really like.

There’s a big Loot Fright logo at the upper back of the shirt.

These spooks are references from the horror stories, legends or lore that appear on Christmas. Who says you can’t have a scare in this festive season? This box had a great curation without sending us the usual references which the collector in me appreciates. There are a lot of exclusive items and they’re all good quality. I appreciate the bonuses they gave us for being loyal annual subscribers. The more shirts and pins, the merrier. They are keeping the balance of scaring us while making us happy at the same time.

What do you think of Loot Fright?

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