Bring home the horror with GB eye Ltd.’s collection of Warner Bros’. IT: Chapter Two products including posters, collector prints, mugs and merchandise.

Bring evil clown Pennywise to life with GB eye’s Heat Changing Mug. Add hot water to the mug and be greeted with Pennywise’s creepy grin! New mugs to the range feature Pennywise’s iconic grin and blood-curdling phrases, including the new lines “come back and play” and “time to float.”

For other IT: Chapter Two spooks and scares, the range includes hauntingly stunning maxi posters and collector’s prints. Fans will love the sensational “come home” poster features a smoky backdrop that surrounds the menacingly staring Pennywise and delivering an even more stand-out design is the chilling poster, delivering a sinister grin, simply titled “Pennywise.”

Retailers looking to bolster their horror offering or offer something different around Halloween and gift giving should check out GB eye’s more extensive IT range features movie artwork from the 1990 original as well as the 2017 remake ensuring there is something for fans both old and new.

The latest IT: Chapter Two release to their horrifically extensive product for fans of Warner Bros’ classic films Beetlejuice, The Shining, Friday the 13th and the Exorcist, expands GB eye’s extensive collection of mugs, collector prints, and maxi posters and ensures there is something for everyone. Featuring classic movie quotes, original artwork and newly developed designs, the classic range brings horror fanatics closer to their much-loved cinematic masterpieces.

Emily Aldridge, Head of Licensing at GB eye Ltd., said “We’ve seen a strong trajectory of growth year on year as we have established a strong foothold in the horror genre. Retailers have come to expect some terrifyingly great sellers from us, and we have been looking forward to seeing our designs get picked up by fans of these well-known properties. Our IT: Chapter Two range has been welcomed with really positive feedback and we are anticipating high demand across our Horror ranges, which we know will increase as we get closer to Halloween.”