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Loot Crate’s “HORROR” Box Review For October 2016


What kinds of Halloween-ready goodies did Loot Crate deliver in their HORROR box for October? Unbox the mystery that includes a shirt I simply cannot wear below.




Freddy Krueger chopsticks—because food and Freddy are a perfect pairing.


Leatherface Phunny Plush


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Okay, about the shirt. You can count me among those who are exasperated with The Walking Dead after the Season 7 premiere. To be honest, the show ceased being fun for me quite a while ago since the plot has basically degraded into “who’s gonna die this week?”. These days I’m more of an Ash Vs. Evil Dead man.

At any rate, wearing this shirt would just feel wrong.


The pop-out zombie mask in the box was a cool bonus though.

Impressions: Maybe it’s just my aforementioned apathy regarding TWD talking, but I wasn’t exactly blown away by this box. I simply won’t be getting much use out of the stuff here. However, the stuff coming up in November’s box looks awesome:


The Loot Crate theme for November is MAGICAL!

Get caught in the spell of this bewitching, 100% EXCLUSIVE crate featuring items from Doctor Strange, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Big Trouble in Little China and MORE!

We also know that something Game of Thrones-themed will be included as well.

Interested? If you would like to try out Loot Crate for yourself, signup for a subscription here and save 10% off your order with the code “NERDAPPROVED”. Signups for the MAGICAL crate end on November 19th at 9pm PT.

You can also check out our previous Loot Crate reviews to get a better idea of what a subscription is all about.

Note: Nerd Approved is a Loot Crate affiliate that receives a subscription in exchange for honest reviews.


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