Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Update: Homemade Horror

Once again I find myself with a lack of a working computer, a wireless connection and the time to give full attention to this blogspot.  I am working on getting a website going which will replace this site and make it easier to view and order from Homemade Horror.  Thank you for your patronage and patience.  :)

For now, the easiest way to keep up is on the Facebook page.  I can update that regularly with my super smart phone.  Thanks, everyone! 

Gabe LaPeer
Homemade Horror

Monday, June 11, 2012

Officially headed to Indianapolis in September for Horrorhound Weekend! Our name's on the Mask-Fest page. Hope to see some of you out there for the "Relaunch" of Homemade Horror!!

Monday, May 7, 2012

Here they are!  These are prototype sculpts that are being molded/cast and will be painted over the next few months.  They are Harry Warden, The Troll, Dead Alive Baby, Halloween 3 Kid, Audrey II's head and another Critter with stuffed E.T.
I hope you enjoy!  More final pics will follow as soon as I get them completed. - G

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Relaunch of Homemade Horror

Sooo... It's been awhile since I've updated this site. I'm here to apologize, beg forgiveness and start anew. My last show was almost a year ago. I've had some personal issues to deal with so I hung up the sculpting tools and paintbrushes for quite some time. Fear Not! I've started again and will be back to doing conventions by the fall. I'm really excited about the new figures. I've posted some pics on Facebook already, but I promise I will post some pics here this weekend for those that despise FB or can't surf it at work!! Thank you to everybody for your patience and support. -Gabe

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Flashback Weekend Update

Wanted to let everyone know I've had to cancel my Flashback Weekend appearance. Thanks to Shawn at Knee-High Horror for helping me out. I'm going to try and show up on Friday and hang out at the show. On a brighter note, I'll have more time to work on new stuff for the next show (yet to be determined) Thanks - Gabe

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Credit Cards

Breaking News!! Homemade Horror can officially take credit cards at shows now. No need to worry when that hotel ATM runs out of cash!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Next Show

Wanted to announce that my next show will be Flashback Weekend in Chicago coming up on August 12-14.  Until then, I'll be back to painting and hopefully sculpting some new stuff.  Check out the link below:


Monday, June 6, 2011


Thanks to everyone that stopped by this weekend at Monster-Mania!  Although attendance was light, I had a great time meeting a lot of new people and reconnecting with others from previous shows.   Thanks

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Freddy Karbonite Killer

Introducing my new Karbonite Killer -- Freddy Krueger!!  He'll be available at my next show in June at Monster-Mania in Hunt Valley, MD.  See you there!!

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Pennywise: Coming Soon

Stephen King's IT

This figure is a prototype.  The finals will be ready in time for my next convention appearance.

Karbonite Killers

Jason Voorhees trapped in Carbonite

Michael Myers trapped in Carbonite

Everyone seemed to love my Karbonite Killers.  Can't wait to make more.  Coming soon are Ash, Freddy, Pinhead and Leatherface...


The Homemade Horror Booth at Indy

 Thanks everyone for a great weekend!  We got a lot of great responses to the figures, busts and Karbonite Killers.  Stay tuned for more.  Special thanks to my good buddy, John Harwood for being my right-hand man at the booth and especially to my wife and son for being so patient as I sculpted and painted for hours on end to get ready for this show.

They Live

John Carpenter's THEY LIVE

Custom Crazies Series 1

Custom Crazies - Series 1
Gizmo and Stripe

Belial - Basket Case
Toilet Ghoulie

Monday, March 28, 2011

Gabe LaPeer is a sculptor/ graphic designer/ illustrator with a love of "Genre" films.  Homemade Horror is a place to showcase some of his work.  Gabe makes custom designs and action-figures with a slant towards the dark and gruesome.  "I try to stick to designs and figures that I know the bigger companies like NECA, McFarlane and Mezco will probably never do and the licenses like Stephen King that may never be available."  This Fan Site and his Homemade horror Facebook Fan Page will be updated frequently with photos of what Gabe is working on and allow others to weigh in and make suggestions.   Specifically, the blog will probably have more photos of in-progress sculpts, paints and discussions.