Horror Decor & Homemade Horror Partner Up For “Karbonite Killows”

We all remember the famous scene in “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back” where Han Solo has been captured by Boba Fett and Darth Vader.  As he is being lowered into a Carbonite freezing chamber, Princess Leia gazes into his eyes, John Williams score builds with anticipation and she says, “I love you.”  Being a total “sc0undrel” Han looks back and utters one of the best lines in cinema history, “I know.”

The good folks over at HORROR DECOR have decided to give this infamous image a complete horror makeover.  With artist Gabe LaPeer of Homemade Horror, they have horrifically frozen five of film’s most memorable characters in “Karbonite.”  The difference here is that they are in the form of “Killows“…..”Karbonite Killows” to be more exact.

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Each pillow features printed fabric featuring hi-res images of the Karbonite Killers series sculpted by artist Gabe LaPeer of Homemade Horror. Each one is approximately 17″ tall x 9″ wide and black on the back. They are washable and dry-cleanable but they recommend hand-washing with a neutral detergent in cold water.

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These highly desirable pillows are a must-have for horror fans and can be purchased HERE for only $13 each.

SOURCE: Broke Horror Fan

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