Looks as if the stars have aligned for any classic horror film buffs.
Best describe your own viewing habits? Well meet the latest addition to your living room fixtures: the Horror Star Chart, comprising 135 of the most important scare-filled films of the past century in one striking blood red map.
Intriguingly, designed by the ace We Are Dorothy, it's based on the night sky over the Berlin Zoological Gardens when Nosferatu got its premiere on 4 March, 1922, shortly before the silent film influenced everything from later art-house thrillers (Psycho), video nasties (Texas Chainsaw Massacre) and HD popcorn horror seen today (Paranormal Activity) - all included in this clever constellation.
Buy the original for £25, or throw an extra £100 and get a glow-in-the-dark version for extra eerie effect.