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Japanese B2 - 20.25" x 28.5" (51 x 73 cm) / Single Sided

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  • The Lost Boys Movie Poster

    Lost Boys, The

    £150.00

    “Sleep all day. Party all night. Never grow old. Never die. It’s fun to be a vampire.”

    A absolutely stunning Japanese B2 film poster for one of the best vampire films ever made…Joel Schumacher’s “The Lost Boys”. Featuring country unique artwork by the Japanese artist Akira Yokoyama, this really is one of the best examples created for this cult horror-comedy title. Originally rolled (as issued) this presents to excellent effect. This is THE teenage angst vampire movie with this high grade poster showcasing the teen vampires in all their undead glory…“Something I never could stomach about Santa Carla, all the damn vampires!”

    Trivia: In the cave of the Lost Boys, you can see a poster of Jim Morrison, who recorded the original version of “People are Strange” with The Doors. Also, when Star and Laddie are being carried into Sam’s room, you can see a poster of Echo & The Bunnymen, who recorded the version used in the movie.

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  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Movie Poster

    Star Trek II:The Wrath of Khan

    £125.00

    “Beyond the darkness…beyond the human evolution…is Khan. A genetically superior tyrant. Exhiled to a barren planet; banished by a Starship Commander he is destined to destroy. Left for dead, Khan has survived”.

    Original 1982 Japanese B2 movie poster for the best original series Star Trek movie ever “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan”. Originally rolled (as issued) this fantastic looking poster displays to excellent effect with no fold lines, lovely deep, unfaded colours and fantastic photo-montage imagery featuring all the key cast members, Kirk, Spock and the crew of USS Enterprise never looked better. A fine piece of sci-fi movie memorabilia and one of the best looking and most collectable film posters for the much loved franchise.

    Trivia: The famous “Space, the final frontier” monologue is heard for the first time since Star Trek (1966), now narrated by Leonard Nimoy, however this has been changed slightly. Instead of saying, “…its five-year mission…” and “to seek out new life,” this now says, “her ongoing mission…” and “to seek out new lifeforms”.

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