Fright-Rags: American Werewolf In London Collection Now Available

Fright-Rags: American Werewolf In London: Full Details


Fright-Rags have unleashed their An American Werewolf In London collection. The iconic werewolf film released in 1981. John Landis directed and penned the script.


Fright-Rags, the horror apparel company has released four new shirts. The dedicated line feature terrifying masterpieces from artists:

• Scarecrowoven

• Okan BulBul

• Chris Burns

• Abrar Ajmal.

You can bring home a souvenir from The Slaughtered Lamb – the fictitious pub depicted in Fright-Rags. An American Werewolf in London Collection
American Werewolf In London. These will be in the form of custom-knit socks.

For more information and to check out the collection, visit the Fright-Rags official Website.

An American Werewolf In London follows David and Jack two young-adult American traveler in Britain. David Naughton delivered a memorable role for David and so did Griffin Dune with the character Jack.

After a trucker drops the duo on a desolate road the two stumble upon a bar, where the patrons act mysterious. After leaving the bar, David and Jack find themselves lost in the middle of the woods as they search for shelter. They forgot the two rules to abide.

  1. Stick to the moors

2. Stay on the road

They soon enough found out why those rules are important. It was clear why the residents of the town are all up in arms and on high alert.

An American Werewolf In London will always be a legendary film. One that paved the way for generations. I’ve always said that the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s were the best decades in the Horror industry. Of course, this is a completely personal opinion. I was born in the 80’s, so it’s understanding why I defend the decade a lot.

On the same token, except for a few rare gems, I believe mainstream Horror will never be the same. It all ended with the 90’s, and the 2000’s became the “lost decade”.



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