Warm, young bodies will feed Gutter Garbs hunger, and hot, fresh blood their awful thirst! Gutter Garbs have released collections for William Crain’s 1972 blaxploitation classic Blacula, and James Cameron’s nightmare that won’t end, 1984’s The Terminator.
On 24 June, Indicator presents a selection of iconic independent productions from the 1970s and 80s – Black Joy (1977); Scum (1979); The Missionary (1982); and The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne (1987) – which bring together some of British film and television’s most celebrated talents, both on and off screen, including award-winning cinematographers Phil Méheux and Peter Hannan – both of whom worked closely with Indicator to ensure that the films all look as they originally intended.
“Life is for living…”
Waxwork Records is proud to present BlacKkKlansman original motion picture soundtrack; scored by Academy Award nominated composer Terence Blanchard.
“Ain’t this a bitch… If I would have known this was a Klan meeting, I wouldn’t have taken this motherfucking gig. Goddamn!”
Slasher Pack X: Tarantino includes four Japanese inspired horror tees from Reservoir Dogs, True Romance, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown; available for pre-order now!
“Every dog has his day…”
“You ain’t got to pull that Blacula shit with me.” The line is an attempt to link what seems to be a half-hearted star-vehicle with something else: blaxploitation. By simultaneously comparing Murphy’s ’90s effort with its ’70s predecessor, whilst slyly digging at the older genre’s foibles, the gag it is a somewhat noble, if pithy, effort to give Vampire in Brooklyn more heft.