Now lets look at probably the best (and most successful) horror magazine ever produced in the UK, the late great, Dez Skinn’s influential “HOUSE OF HAMMER/HALLS OF HORROR” (1976-1984). As well as featuring up to date movie news and reviews it also featured amazing … Continue readingHouse of Hammer
Since we’ve been looking at so much Italian work recently I thought it was time to showcase some American artwork too – all courtesy of the fabulous resource for all things pulpy and exotic, menspulpmags.com
The classic VAMPIRELLA – as seen by the master himself, Pepe Gonzalez.
I always thought Bardot never looked better, or just simply sexier than in the 1971 western “The Legend of Frenchie King.” And what a poster!!!
Here is a great compilation of some very funny scenes from MIKE DAVIS’ new feature film “PRESIDENT WOLFMAN” (www.votewolfman.com)
Since we’re into the art of posters for the moment, here’s a question to ponder. What’s Spielberg’s best film? Easy, it’s JAWS (1975). And why? Easy, because he collaborated on it. It was a fantastic group effort, never to be repeated and never equalled. Acting, … Continue readingSimply JAWS
Preliminary photo study for the British Quad design – For Your Eyes Only (1981). Unused because “model’s legs too chunky!” Final design.
Just thought it was time to celebrate both the work of Gerry Anderson and the stylish creations worn by the beautiful Gabrielle Drake & Co.in the classic 1970’s sci-fi TV series U.F.O.