First things first, let’s talk about the t-shirts. Every horror/exploitation fan loves to find that one shirt of their favorite movie that really says “this movie is badass and so is this shirt“, but going to the mall you’re only going to find what is deemed to be “safe”. ROTTEN COTTON carries original shirts that the mall wouldn’t dream of selling. They offer everything from cult horror classics to shirts with Norman Reedus‘ face on them.
ROTTEN COTTON caters to men and women. Most of the shirts that are made for women that you would find at your local mall are way too cutesy or imply that you are married to a fictional character. I know that when I’m looking for a horror related shirt, I do not want butterflies or to be anyone’s Mrs. Ladies, never fear, ROTTEN COTTON is here to save the day.
Now that we have discussed the vast array of awesome that is their clothing, let’s move on to Black Devil Doll.
If you are into raunchy horror, Black Devil Doll will definitely become one of your favorites. It is in the style of the 80’s TV sitcoms. There are 6 parts, each 30 minuets long, which means 3 hours of raunchtastic funny horror. Black Devil Doll is brought to you by the really messed up,yet awesome, minds of Shawn Lewis, Mitchell Boone, John Osteen, and Jonathan “Louis” Lewis.
These guys may be a bunch of badasses, but they need your help in continuing the Black Devil Doll series. The latest installment to the Black Devil Doll series is “There Goes Da Neighba’hood.” Help fund this project on indiegogo.com. You can do this by clicking on where it says “indiegogo.com” or do it the hard way and do a bunch of typing. Either way you choose to do it, there is 41 days left to help fund this project. Simply choose a donation amount on the right hand side of the screen and help out. It won’t be in vain because not only are you helping an awesome project, but you will also be rewarded with other cool stuff.
In review, ROTTEN COTTON offers you awesome t-shirts and awesome entertainment. So, go pick up some shirts and help fund the future of raunchy, campy horror.