Scare Away The Pounds?
The University of Westminster conducted an experiment in 2012, wherein 10 volunteers were asked to watch an array of scary movies, and their vital signs were recorded while watching. The recorded data revealed that their pulses raced, leading to a surge in adrenaline, which caused short bursts of stress (fear). This further lowered the appetite and increased the BMR. Thus, burning higher calories.
Edward Scissorhands Style
Creepy jewelry is a terror-rific idea. Unique photo bracelets and creepy cameos of famous scary scenes is just the beginning. You can always count on skull rings, earrings, pendants, and charmed bracelets of creepy crawlies. What can truly win you brownie points are replicas of tannis root pendants and armor rings.
Date With Dr. Lecter
If you feel that you can't gift anything for the kitchen or bar. Skull shot glasses, skeleton hand mugs, and creepy blood-stained cereal bowls, and other such kitchenware are innovative gifts to consider. You can also find zombie gnomes, figurines, snow globes, cookie jars, movie-inspired bookends, etc.
Inspired By Psycho
Scary silhouettes, bloody hand prints, or gooey slime are not just must-have essentials of any horror movie. They also make cool gifts to give. Didn't quite understand it yet? Well, you are bound to find some unique decals, shower curtains, bloody bathroom mats, etc., to give that scary edge to the home decor.
The Walls Will Come To Life
Another much-loved option for horror lovers is to gift them eerie art work. A framed vintage horror movie poster is a classic example. You might just be able to find some authentic ones in thrift or pawn stores, who knows you may find something more fascinating than what you were looking for.
Some more great gift options that really spell out one's love for horror movies are mobile skins (aka covers or sleeves), iPad sleeves, laptop cases, and bags with a favorite horror movie character, poster, or image. You can find several such items, some of which are embedded with rhinestones and silicon, to give your gift that extra oomph of eerie.