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Check out Uncle Frank Productions’ Horror Homage greetings cards

Uncle Frank Productions are happy to announce that their range of Horror Homage greetings cards are now available for purchase and worldwide distribution just in time for Xmas.

The range of cards features lighthearted homages to some of the biggest icons in horror with wonderfully sentimental messages that hide a darker tone when you are aware of the film they are satirising.

The launch comes just in time for Xmas with films like The Exorcist, Friday 13th and Bride of Chucky darkening your ‘Merry Xmas’ message. Because after all, if you HAVE to say it… you may as well say it YOUR way.

Ilan Sheady, illustrator and artistic director for Uncle Frank Productions added: “Our most popular has definitely been the Human Centipede card. Watching people read the sentimental message and then realise what they are looking at always has an amazing reaction. That is exactly the kind of response you want to get when someone opens an envelope you’ve just handed them”.

There are over 40 designs in total, presented with sexy black envelops so the recipient instantly knows they’ve been handed something very different. With cards for almost every occasion (from Birthdays to Get Well cards) and more being designed regularly these make the perfect item for the most dedicated horror fans.

The cards are available individually or come in greatly discounted sets via art print specialists POTO Studios.

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