Working on horror movies can lead to all sorts of things, like telling your parents you work on any other kind of movies. Or in sales. For a dude who transitioned into selling horror-themed lighting -- so it's technically not a lie! -- check out Morbid Decor.
Begun as a creative outlet by a slasher-flick fiend after his own film fell through, Baltimore-based MD handcrafts poplar-framed, horror-themed lamps and light boxes whose eerie, back-lit images "glow just as they did on the late-night TV screen", though hopefully for longer, as they no longer exist solely to swap on when Mom interrupts scrambled Skinemax. Table-sitting lamps range from "Robot Monster" with a glossy red frame & lime Plexiglass showcasing a B-movie automaton clutching a damsel, to "Nosferatu", with the iconic Count Orlok in all his long-nailed creepiness, to the less-kitschy/more-grossy, epiderm-less "Skin Man" -- though given your penchant for scrambled Skinemax, who are you to judge? Equally spooky suspendable light boxes include "Vincent Price THE BAT" with the pencil-mustached actor under a winged shadow, the coffin-shaped "London After Midnight" with a honey-toned pic of Lon Chaney in a top hat, and the "claret wine"-finished "Official Wolf Man" also marked with Lon Chaney's visage, making for the most Chaney headshots since...wait, when did quail hunting season end?
Since two grotesque heads're better than one, he's also got a dual-faced, pipe-framed lamp featuring both Leatherface and the man who played him, Gunnar Hansen, whose post-Massacre career proves that working in horror really can take you places, most notably, '04's Chainsaw Sally and '87's Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers!