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15 Must-Have Horror Funko Pops for Rabid Collectors

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Horror Funko Pops

Are you even a horror fan if you don't have the Funko Pops from your favorite gruesome movies? What better way to showcase your love of the horror genre than with a puke-stained Regan, a butcher-knife-wielding Chucky, or a menacing Pennywise? Funko Pops have become a staple of the collecting world—and that is certainly true for horror fans. From iconic villains in classic horror to memorable characters from modern franchises, here are 15 of the most covetable horror Funko Pops. Your bookshelves will thank you! 

Pennywise from IT

Pennywise

In both its book and movie forms, IT proved just how scary clowns can be. This version of Pennywise is holding an “I heart Derry” balloon. Diehard horror fans will recognize the red balloon as this murderous clown’s calling card.

Patrick Bateman from American Psycho

Patrick Bateman

With his signature disaffected look, American Psycho’s Patrick Bateman stands ready to kill. Along with his ax, he’s also wearing his clear poncho, since no one wants all that pesky blood all over their expensive business suit.

Chris Washington from Get Out

Chris Washington

Jordan Peele’s Get Out was an instant classic upon its release in 2017. This Funko Pop shows Chris seated during the iconic hypnosis scene, when he first enters the Sunken Place.

Chucky

Chucky

Everyone’s favorite murderous doll-come-to-life Chucky stands ready to kill. Don’t let his size fool you, there’s a reason he’s been able to carry the entire Child’s Play franchise.

Hannibal Lecter from Silence of the Lambs

Hannibal Lecter

Silence of the Lambs is one of the few horror movies that has been honored with an Oscar, and for good reason! Even in Funko Pop form, you can sense the evil behind Hannibal Lecter’s eyes.

Annabelle from The Conjuring

Annabelle

Fans of the Conjuring universe will love this Annabelle figure. Seated in her chair, you know this cursed doll is just waiting to torment. Perhaps it would be wise to keep her in a glass case, behind a sign that says "Positively do not open." 

Sam from Trick r' Treat

Sam

Sam is easily the most recognizable character from the modern cult classic Trick r’ Treat. Any fan will love this figure of him, but watch out for that razor blade in his candy.

Classic Horror Funko Pops Collectors Set

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If you're a fan of slasher classics, this is the set for you. You'll get Freddy Kreuger, Jason Voorhees, and Michael Myers all together! 

Red from Us

Red

Another Jordan Peele offering, 2019’s Us tells the story of a group of violent doppelgangers hellbent on killing their counterparts. Their leader is the mysterious Red, who stands menacingly with her signature scissors.

Jack Torrance from The Shining

Jack Torrance

Any fan of The Shining will love this figure of Jack Torrance after his full descent into madness. Complete with his bloody ax, he’s ready to find more victims in the halls of the Overlook Hotel. 

Regan from The Exorcist

Regan

Widely considered to be one of the scariest movies of all time, The Exorcist tells the story of the battle to save one young girl from demonic possession. Here you can see Regan is fully possessed.

Related: 10 Demon Possession Books to Keep You Up at Night

Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Leatherface

Another iconic slasher film is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Leatherface stands ready to do some butchering with his hammer and apron. 

Related: The Coolest Merch for Texas Chainsaw Massacre Fanatics 

Candyman

Candyman

Whether you’ve been a fan since the original movie in the 90s or just discovered Candyman in the 2021 film, any fan will love this figure of the title character. Complete with his hook hand and those unnerving bees, Candyman is ready to strike. So just remember how many times you’ve said his name already.

Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe

What list for horror fans would be complete without the literary horror master himself? From "The Raven" to "The Tell-Tale Heart", horror aficionados owe a lot to Edgar Allan Poe.

Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock

From a literary master to a film master. Alfred Hitchcock is synonymous with classic horror movies. This fun black and white figure has him ready to shoot another take of the horror classic Psycho.