Welcome to the new Cheap Chills web store! We're excited to announce that all the apparel below is fulfilled through Amazon.com. That means you get all the great customer service that comes with buying from Amazon. Easy returns, free shipping for Prime members, all that stuff. Oh and just clicking through and shopping as usual for whatever you want from Amazon's vast catalog actually gives us a lil' boost too, at no additional cost to you. 

Cheers Creeps!

P.S. This is just a taste (slurp!) In Amazon, click the Cheap Chills brand name for more color-ways and cuts.

But First Coffee T-shirt

 

 

A groggy, undead skull face, dead to the world before coffee. This Tee is perfect if you are so sleepy you literally have cobwebs in your eyes. The greaser pompadour is not required. Makes a great gift for your mom, dad, husband, boy-friend who loves caffeine, creepy horror movies, rockabilly and monsters.

Nosferatu The Vampyre Hoodie (Tees available too!)

 

 

Inspired by Nosferatu, the classic, silent horror film about an ancient rat-like vampire who is definitely not Dracula. Print has the half-tone dotted look of an old monster magazine. 

Outlaw Zombie Biker T-shirt

 

 

Outlaw! Inspired by classic biker monster movies of the 60s and 70s like Werewolves on Wheels and Psychomania. Outlaw is an undead mummy, clad in leather and riding hard. 

 

 

Cheap Chills Show Official Logo T-shirt

Fake Blood T-shirt

Space Creeps 5 ₵With Gum T-shirt

Smelly Monsters - Creature Parody T-shirt

 

 

A swamp monster from a lagoon that may or may not be black. Inspired by vintage children's halloween costumes.

Smelly Monsters - Wolfman with Bad Breath T-shirt

 

 

Nothing is more universal than morning breath, and no one has worse breath than a werewolf! Inspired by vintage children's halloween costumes.

Unfriend T-shirt

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Teenage Werewolf T-shirt

Danse Macabre (Hiding Out tribute)

 

 

Now you can dress just like Jon Cryer! Sure you already had your "Ducky from 16 Candles" phase but what about Jon's look from 1987's Hiding Out?