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“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.…more detail
Exploitation film posters don’t get better than Tom Beauvais’ artwork for the 1979 UK quad “Jaws/Piranha” rip-off for “Killer Fish”. Italian financing and production at its finest with an all-star (TV) cast filming on location in Brazil and Rio De Janeiro. Cashing in on his kudos as “The Six Million Dollar Man”, Majors is prominent on this British movie poster which contains a great mix of characters and action. The rare original UK quad film poster offered here is from first year of release 1979. Originally folded (as issued) this scarce unrestored example presents to excellent effect with impressive ‘B’ movie action monster art and bright vivid colours. A fine piece of very desirable collectable original movie memorabilia for a much loved cult classic.
Brilliant interview with the artist Tom Beauvais by Eddie Shannon.…more detail