Atomic Horror opens new horror-themed shop in Orlando

A new horror shop has opened its doors just in time for Halloween.

Atomic Horror celebrated the grand opening of its new shop last weekend. Located at 4805 E Colonial Drive, the business is just a few minutes away from downtown Orlando.

Atomic Horror in Orlando
Atomic Horror is located at 4805 E Colonial Drive

As its name suggests, the shop offers a wide array of horror-themed merchandise. That includes shirts and action figures of classic horror figures, including Elvira, Gremlins, Puppet Master, It, and many, many others.

Atomic Horror features an array of horror themed merchandise

The business is styled in such a way that visitors will have multiple opportunities for some grisly photos, including a selfie with a life-size replica of Jason.

Life size Jason at Atomic Horror

In addition to shirts and action figures, the business features a variety of board games, mugs, tiki glasses, and artwork.

Shirts other merchandise at Atomic Horror

Although hours may vary, the business is currently open Wednesday through Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information on its or merchandise, visit the Atomic Horror website.

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