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Discussion in 'General' started by fallon6190, Nov 22, 2011.
Thanks for the pictures.
Here are some framed posters from my collection.
I just love this crazy looking creature.
Here is one of my favorite posters. I just really love the artwork on this one.
Return Of The Living Dead
A great underrated slasher here.
Look at the smirk on this guys face. He so deserves to die.
A couple more movie posers.
Revenge Of The Dead
wow, I've never seen that version of Madman. I think I prefer the non-fake muscular guy version.
I had 2 seperate photo ops with Bruce, and the funny thing is, a couple that remembered me from Bruce's Q & A, said that there was 2 copies of one of my photo ops, and I was wearing a Tank Top, and I thought Bruce was pretty cool, and very humorous, and very kind, with the amount of people wanting his autograph.
I met Bruce along with Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert at a Fangoria Weekend of horrors in the 90's. They were all very nice and signed photos and took pictures.
Here's my Madman Marz mask signed by Paul Ehlers the madman himself.
From The Hills Run Red my Babyface mask.
Here's a Hatchet poster I just picked up from Fright Rags. It's also signed by Kane Hodder. I like this one a lot better than the theatrical poster with just the Hatchet on it. This one has a nice eighties feel to it with the painted artwork.
yeah, that hatchet poster is great!
Just got this in from legendary artist/sculptor Jeremy Bohr. The mask is called "The Burnt Maniac" and many will notice that it's a near replica of Cropsy from The Burning. This piece was painted by the great, Aaron Crowell. There are many legends about Cropsy but The Burning is such a fan favorite and a fun slasher film that I had to own this piece. Enough with the talk.
On with the pics.
Just got in "The Bayou Butcher" aka Victor Crowley from artist/sculptor Jeremy Bohr. Victor Crowley is a legendary "swamp monster" and serial murderer of diminished intellect and possible supernatural origins. He is directly responsible for the deaths of at least twenty-one people,with more having been mentioned. Legend has it that Crowley is "stuck in the night that he died". Jeremy Bohr captured the look perfectly in my eyes. Check it out below.
HOLY SHIT!!! Those are AMAZING! I used to collect masks years ago but it just got so expensive.
Hey Mikey thanks bro. Yea it can get expensive but, Jeremy is one of the best out there. You know your gonna get quality work with his stuff. I would rather pay the cash to get something great than something mediocre. Just pulled this bad boy out of the mailbox literally. I got it for a steal off ebay. The Town That Dreaded Sundown. I've never seen the film but love the poster. Is the movie worth seeing? Might try to track it down.
Yea those masks you own are simply amazing - especially the madman Marz one! I am jealous!
Hey guys got back from Texas Frightmare Weekend 2012 late last night. I got a couple of my posters I haven't shown signed over the weekend so on with the pics.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre video poster signed by Gunnar Hansen, ED Guinn, and Ed Neal.
The Devils Rain movie poster signed by Ernest Borgnine.
The Walking Dead poster signed by Norman Reedus, Michael Rooker, and Irone Singelton.
Here's some more stuff i got signed at Frightmare.
Behind The Mask poster from Fright Rags signed by Nathan Baesel, Scott Glosserman, and Ben Pace.
Doll Boy poster signed by Billy 'Bloody Bill' Pon.
A couple more things I got signed.
Night Of The Living Dead 1990 signed by Tom Savini, Tony Todd, and Tom Towles.
8X10 of Slither signed by Michael Rooker.
Doll Boy Coloring Book.
The Orphan Killer Blu-ray signed by Diane Foster and Matt Farnsworth.
Chill Factor DVD's signed by Tom Savini.
I stopped collecting stuff a few years ago, but since ROTLD is my favorite movie I just picked up the Tarman action figure. It dropped a couple dollars on Amazon, plus I thought it'd look cool next to my signed Tarman 8x10:
I didn't realize that Larry Cohen was going to be at Chiller Theatre but I noticed him immediately because he was selling these:
It's actually from the movie, I'm blown away by this damn thing because every time I watch the movie I think something like “There has to be a ton of those containers somewhere, I want one!” and, well, here it is! :] I had him sign it on the bottom. Really wish I had a better camera to take the picture with...