Wolf of Wall Street by Krzysztof Domaradzki

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Wolf of Wall Street by Krzysztof Domaradzki

Wolf of Wall Street by Krzysztof Domaradzki

  • 36x24 inches
  • 9 x colour regular & 11 x colour variant featuring a gloss glitter overlay and a glow in the dark ink security strip for that authentic bank note look and feel, printed on French Paper Sweet Tooth. 
  • Numbered Edition of 108 for the regular & variant

You can check out more Krzysztof's work here

 

until next time,

THMassacre

 

Wolf of Wall Street by Gabz - regular

Wolf of Wall Street by Gabz - regular

Wolf of Wall Street by Gabz - variant

Wolf of Wall Street by Gabz - variant

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Wonder Woman by Amien Juugo

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Wonder Woman by Amien Juugo

Wonder Woman alternative movie poster by Amien Juugo

  • 24x36 
  •  Colour Screen Print with metallic gold ink and printed on French Paper Speckletone paper. True White and Madero
  •  Numbered Edition of 65 for the Regular on Trye White paper
  • Numbered Edition of 65 for the Variant on Madero.
  • Private commission via Cult Classic Prints

You can check out more Amien Juugo's work here 

 

Until next time

THMassace

 Wonder Woman - Variant

 Wonder Woman - Variant

Wonder Woman - Regular 

Wonder Woman - Regular 

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Indiana Jones by Gabz

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Indiana Jones by Gabz

Indiana Jones alternative movie poster by Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz)

 

  • 36x24 inches
  • Colour Screen Print with metallic inks
  • Numbered Edition of 2755 for the regular
  • Numbered Edition of 250 for the variant
  • Licensed via Bottle Neck Gallery

You can check out more of Gabz work here

Until next time, 

THMassacre

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Indiana Jones by Gabz (timed regular) 

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Limited edition variant (sold out in under 2 minutes)

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Deadpool by Ben Terdik

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Deadpool by Ben Terdik

Deadpool alternative movie poster by Ben Terdik

  • 7 x Colors
  • Screen Print
  • 24"x36" or 36"x24" depending on your framing preference.
  • Commissioned by Cult Classic Print
  • Private commission via Cult Classic Prints

You can check out more of Ben's work here

 

Until next time, 

THMassacre

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Deadpool "Maximum Effort" by Ben Terdik (2018) 

 

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Flip aroo! It's a Deadpool barrel role poster! You don't see that shit often. 

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The Matrix alternative movie poster by Chris Skinner

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The Matrix alternative movie poster by Chris Skinner

The Matrix by Chris Skinner

  • 24x36 inches
  • Color Screen Print with black fluorescent UV ink
  • Numbered Edition of 162
  • Private commission via Cult Classic Prints

You can check out more Chris Skinner work here

 

Until next time

THMassace

The Matrix "How Do You Define Real?" by Christopher Skinner

The Matrix "How Do You Define Real?" by Christopher Skinner

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With blacklight fluorescent UV ink

Original theatrical poster artist unknown (1999), boring as fuck.

Original theatrical poster artist unknown (1999), boring as fuck.

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Inception by Chris Skinner

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Inception by Chris Skinner

Inception alternative movie poster by Christopher Skinner

  • 24x36 inches
  • 9 Color Screen Print with metallic rain
  • Printed by 
  • Numbered Edition of 
  • Private commission via Cult Classic Prints

 

Until next time

THMassace

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Inception "Dream Within A Dream" by Christopher Skinner

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Inception "Dream Within A Dream" Variant version  by Christopher Skinner 

 

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The Shining - The Dude Designs a.k.a Tom Hodges

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The Shining - The Dude Designs a.k.a Tom Hodges

The Shining  alternative movie poster by Tom 'The Dude' Hodges

  • 18x24 inches
  • 3 Color Screen Print
  • Kraft-Tone Manila Yellow French Paper
  • Printed by VGKids
  • Numbered Edition of 75
  • Commissioned via the awesome guys over at Style  Over Substance and still available for purchase! 

Check out more of Tom's work here

 

Until next time

THMassace

We All Shine On - The Dude Designs

We All Shine On - The Dude Designs

Saul Bass original theatrical poster for The Shining

Saul Bass original theatrical poster for The Shining

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Are you being disruptive?

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Are you being disruptive?

One of my biggest frustrations being a UK Horror filmmaker is that too often our genre struggles to monetise itself fairly. With the distribution model all but broken for independent film it's absolutely critical we begin to safeguard the genre we love and work in. 

The main thing that my debut film Young, High and Dead taught me was that in order to sell any viable product you need a water tight business plan. Film is business no matter how much you try and leverage the artistic and creative side to it. No sales = no work.

I know so many talented fellow filmmakers who all hustle and work as hard as me but in order for all of us to survive we need to start disrupting the industry. So how do we do it?

If you want to learn about disruption then I strongly recommend you check out this incredible podcast!

The Disruptive Entrepreneur by Rob Moore

The Disruptive Entrepreneur by Rob Moore

No matter what business you are in whether its making horror films, renting property to making coffee this podcast is a fountain of wisdom for anyone looking to create stability and success with their work. Rob Moore's podcast is probably the most significant and life changing business resource you will ever need, and it's entirely FREE. Click here 

click image to open podcast.

click image to open podcast.

You can find out more about Rob and his podcast on his website http://robmoore.com or follow him on twitter and fb.
Make sure you leave a comment to let me know how you plan to shake up the #ukhorror industry.

Until next time

Luke B

@thmassacre

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Visceral by Jason Edmiston

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Visceral by Jason Edmiston

For anyone who has been living under a rock the past few days you might be wondering why a familiar style of artwork keeps appearing online. All of the work has a distinct look that's down to the unique techniques created by artist Jason Edmiston.

I have been a huge fan of his work for quite some time, he ranks in my top ten living artists and I have been lucky enough to bag myself a couple of his prints recently. Mondo did a hugely successful timed print run on Jason's Hateful Eight that is simply sublime.

The Hateful Eight by Jason Edmiston, released by Mondo for a timed print. 

Jason reminds us that even in an over saturated market there will always be a place for great artists to survive and thrive. His prints are highly collectible and very hard to come by. But like a true sport Jason is finally about to release his much anticipated hardcover book containing 256 pages of his mind blowing art so we can enjoy more of his art.

I just pre ordered my copy on Amazon and I strongly suggest you do too before it's sold out. The book is already a top number one pre selling book, which is no surprise when you look at the popularity of his art. It's easy to see why people call him 'pop cultures Rembrandt'!

Pre order here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Visceral-Art-Jason-Edmiston/dp/2374950026

 
 

And make sure you check out his work and give him a follow online (I may regret posting this if I miss out on future poster prints!)

http://jasonedmiston.com/
@jasonedmiston

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Who Want's Pizza?

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Who Want's Pizza?

Pizza - It's that staple diet for anyone wanting a night in watching movies. Pizza goes hand in hand with horror films like a Fred West with a shovel.

Imagine my excitement to see the two things combined on screen. Once again Crypt TV are out there sourcing the finest weird is good content for us all to consume but be warned this might put you off your dinner.

Until next time.

Luke B
rumpunchproductions@gmail.com
@thmassacre
#ricochetsquad

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Musicians & Bands wanted! Must READ

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Musicians & Bands wanted! Must READ

A month back I posted the trailer for incredibly fucked up but awesome 'Dreaming Purple Neon' by Todd Sheets, if you haven't seen it you can check it out below.

Todd is looking to collaborate with music artists on the film so if you are interested yourself or know someone check out his advert below. This is a great opportunity to have that killer soundtrack alongside a brilliant film.

Todd's Original post  - "ATTENTION, musicians and bands - looking for music submissions for DREAMING PURPLE NEON. We have our awesome in house composer Toshi working hard on major compositions, but we are also looking for some background music for certain scenes and some cool 80s style synth stuff in the vein of Carpenter, we're needing some horror style rockabilly, punk and surf music plus tons of heavy stuff - I like to cram lots of music in my films.... send me info here via message or send stuff to my e-mail at horror25@aol.com."

The same goes for me. I am always happy to accept submissions of music and links to example work for future project consideration. - Please Note I do not accept unsolicited scripts, treatments or stories

Luke Slasher-B

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Young High and Dead - Now Available on Amazon

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Young High and Dead - Now Available on Amazon

My debut British Slasher film is now available on Amazon.co.uk 

This is a limited edition batch that comes with some FREE exclusive bootleg swag! So get a copy while you can, the next batch of DVD's will be different so these are quite unique with this particular artwork by Ryan Woodhouse!

 
 

Young High and Dead has received some fantastic reviews and support from the small community of fans and supporters that have watched/bought the film. Check out some of the quotes below and see for yourself. It's a film I am extremely proud of and it stands up well against a lot of big budget horrors. 

If you have already seen the film (still available online here) I would be hugely grateful if you could leave a review on Amazon 

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Rise of the Harvester

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Rise of the Harvester

SST Publications proudly present RISE OF THE HARVESTER: BOOK ONE by Steve McGinnis 

I am a huge fan of SST Publications and the caliber of their recent catalogue is impressive so if you don't possess an SST book on your shelf you need to rethink your loyalty to horror. A few months back they successfully launched the amazing Voices of the Damned by Barbie Wilde and recently Steve McGinnins' Rise of the Harvester (more info can be found here). Steve's artwork is wonderful and SST always publish high quality products. They aren't a cheap mass manufacturer, all of their products are a bit more expensive but that's because the quality is so high. 

I just ordered my copy, so if you call yourself a horror fan, I suggest you click below and do the same ;) oh and it's worth noting that it's already got straight 5 star reviews on amazon.

https://www.sstpublications.co.uk/Rise-of-the-Harvester-Book-1.php

Luke Slasher-Brady

 

 

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Happy 4th of July. Or is it?

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Happy 4th of July. Or is it?

CryptTV just unleashed this special Grindhouse tribute for July the 4th and it's fucking goretastic! Directed by Jon Kovel with some inventive seasonal kills the film brings the Ghost of Thomas Jefferson to a cheesy 70's retro summer BBQ. Needless to say Jefferson didn't fight for independence so kids could party and be rude to old people, so he unleashes hell and shows them that freedom and liberty come at a price.

I just love the straight up sfx gags that hold no punches. This is exactly how horror should be, unapologetic, unassuming and perfectly over the top. There's lot's of attention to detail in the set design and costume design, it's beautifully shot and the performances are perfectly pitched. 

I hope the filmmakers had as much fun making this as I did watching it. Check it out below.

Luke Slasher-Brady

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Help bring some horror to life

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Help bring some horror to life

PROJECT UPDATE - 12/07/2016

Echos of the Passed successfully reached it's initial goal which means the film will be going ahead. Congratulations to Tony, Scott, Chris, Zoe and the team.

Just like any film getting the shoot secure is only just the beginning, major films and low budgets always need an injection of cash to take the project further. It's exactly the same as a presidential campaign! So rather than donating more money to lunatic egomaniacs who will take us to a nuclear war please consider donating to this fantastic British horror film.

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They just added a stretch goal so it eould be great if the momentum maintains with the funding and awareness for the film.

READ BELOW FIND OUT WHAT ECHOES OF THE PASSED HAVE IN COMMON WITH ELECTRIC SIX!

There is a new UK project on the horizon and it needs your help to get things off the ground. I just backed it on indiegogo because of two main reasons

A) I love and support UK Horror 

B) Tony, Scott, Chris and Andy are some of the nicest filmmakers on the scene

I know they will do a great job and Scott's track record is shaping up great, so the project is in great hands. If you have any spare dosh please consider clicking on the link below and donating to their film. Every, like, share and tweet helps so please share the horror love and support UK Horror.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/echoes-of-the-passed-short-horror-thriller-film--2/x/127636#/

The project is backed and supported by The London Horror Society and UK Horror Scene plus the team already has an interesting cast onboard so it promises to be a good film

Please check out the campaign video below.

Luke Slasher-Brady

Oh and what do they have in common with Electric Six? Well it's nothing to do with high voltage gay bars, both are just fucking awesome! Sorry for the clickbait 😂☠😳🤘

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