Smiffys unveils Warner Bros Horror collection

Smiffys, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products, has announced the launch of its new Horror and Spooky costume collection.

The new partnership will help bring some of the most iconic horror character to life, including Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street, Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th, and Annabelle from The Conjuring Universe. Horror fans will be spoilt for choice as the range also features some of the scariest classics such as The Exorcist, The Nun and IT.

For fans of the spooky family classics, the collection will also feature characters from films such as Corpse Bride and Beetlejuice.

Dominique Peckett, director of Smiffys, explained: “Having these iconic Horror and Spooky properties as part of our line up is an amazing addition to our Halloween collection. These characters are instantly recognisable and timeless, and we are so excited to launch these two new collections for 2023.”

Smiffys will preview the collection at Spielwarenmesse next week. The new range of costumes, accessories and wigs are available to preorder now at

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