Cult Collectibles now accepting pre-orders for Geretta Geretta Demon Doll “Weird Wobbler” Bobblehead

Cult Collectibles now accepting pre-orders for Geretta Geretta Demon Doll “Weird Wobbler” Bobblehead

In 1985, Italian director Lamberto Bava unleashed his adrenaline-charged gorefest DEMONS, and the world of horror would never be the same. For those who haven’t seen this exercise in extreme terror, it concerns a group of people who are trapped in a movie theater that has become overrun with demons, led by the evil Rosemary (Geretta Geretta). Indeed, Rosemary is one of the most frightening female villians in horror film history and was responsible for quite a few nightmares at my expense.

Now, you can have your very own Rosemary, complete with demon mask! Cult Collectibles, who recently released their unique and super cool Black Devil Doll “Weird Wobbler” has just announced that they are currently accepting pre-orders for The Geretta Geretta Demon Doll “Weird Wobbler” Bobblehead figure. Available in a Regular Edition or a limited Special Signature Edition (signed by Geretta Geretta herself), all pre-orders receive a Demon Doll trading card. The individually numbered figures are 7” high and made of lightweight polyresin, and each includes a replica mask which fits into the figure’s base. These are extremely limited and are sure to disappear quickly, so act now!

For more information or to place an order, visit and please check out Geretta Geretta’s official website to find out about her upcoming convention appearances.

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Jenny is a life-long fan of horror and exploitation films, particularly those made in the 1970’s and 80’s. She is a huge film history buff that has a fondness for non-fiction books on the subject, as well as an avid collector of film soundtracks. When she’s not serving her numerous feline companions, Jenny is a regular contributor for Italian Film Review ( and runs her own blog devoted to giallo and slasher films, The Bloody Iris.

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