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  • House of 1000 Corpses Movie Poster

    House of 1000 Corpses


    “The most shocking tale of carnage ever seen.”

    “House of 1000 Corpses” is a stylish, gore-laden 2003 offering which marks marks the directorial debut of Trash/Industrial Artist Musician Rob Zombie. Largely unheard of outside Zombie’s fiercely loyal fanbase it grew to be a cult horror classic, proving hugely influential for the low budget flicks that followed. Because of a very limited cinema release schedule and a low print run these posters are genuinely rare and hard to find. This originally rolled (as issued) 2003 UK quad displays superbly with great horror imagery from British artist Graham Humphreys and represents a fine example of horror memorabilia.

    Trivia: Otis’ and Baby’s bizarre rants during the “home movie” segments are inspired by the Charles Manson family’s supposed home movies.

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  • Kill Bill: Volume 1

    Kill Bill: Volume 1


    “A roaring rampage of revenge”

    Quentin Tarantino’s 4th Film…“Kill Bill” is a bloody, revenge driven, martial arts epic. Released in 2003 it proved a huge success and much like previous Tarantino movie merchandising the film posters became very collectable. Designed by creative arts agency Empire Design the final release UK quad (as featured) immediately catches the attention. Vivid bright yellow is dominant in not only the poster background but in Uma Thurman’s (The Bride) leather flight suit. This original 2003 UK quad film poster is presented in excellent rolled condition and displays extremely well and as Tarantino has such a huge fanbase very desirable and because of a typically low print run very rare. As all Tarantino films are aimed for that more mature 18+ audience the merchandising budget isn’t what you would expect from a general release feature and as such nearly all the posters & promotional items  produced are in very low numbers; making his memorabilia very collectable & scarce.

    Trivia: The Bride’s yellow outfit was inspired by the outfit worn by Bruce Lee in his final film, Game of Death (1978).

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