Berberian Sound Studio is undoubtedly one of the best British films of recent years, and we’re delighted to include this T-shirt design that pays homage to it. Exclusive to Last Exit to Nowhere and approved by Warp Films and director Peter Strickland. Dark green ink hand screen printed on a regular fit, 100% cotton white t-shirt.
The Best Picture of the Month winner for November is Mark Hibbins for sending us this ace photo of himself and his crew all wearing our Winchester Tavern T-shirt (inspired by Shaun of the Dead) to a recent Zed Events Zombie Hunt. Mark wins 3 Last Exit to Nowhere T-shirts of his choice from our current range. If you’d like to have a go at entering our Best Picture of the Month competition for December then send your photo/image to: firstname.lastname@example.org – all entries must contain a reference to Last Exit to Nowhere in some way.
An official T-shirt for Ben Wheatley’s pitch black comedy Sightseers (2012) – IMDb, exclusive to Last Exit to Nowhere. A two colour design, hand screen printed on a regular fit, 100% ultra cotton brown t-shirt. It’s no secret that we’re massive fans of Ben Wheatley’s films here at Last Exit, so it’s been a real honour for us working on t-shirt designs based on what we consider to be his holy trinity (Kill List, Sightseers, A Field in England) this year.
We’re really pleased to announce that we’ve been given the green light by director Peter Strickland and our friends at Warp Films to produce an exclusive T-shirt for the critically acclaimed psychological thriller Berberian Sound Studio. We’ll be revealing the approved T-shirt over the next few weeks.
The winner of Best Picture of the Month Competition for October 2013 is Carlos Alarcon with this simple, yet effective photo recreating the infamous scene from The Shining. It goes to prove that you don’t need to be a photoshop whizkid to win.
If you have an image or photo you’d like to submit to our Best Picture of the Month competition for the chance to win 3 Last Exit T-shirts of your choice, then send your entries to: email@example.com – as always, all images much contain a reference to Last Exit to Nowhere in some way.
Exclusive to Last Exit to Nowhere, the official T-shirt for Ben Wheatley’s critically acclaimed crime thriller horror, Kill List. A single colour design, hand screen printed on a regular fit, 100% ultra cotton black t-shirt.
Last Exit to Nowhere is 6 years old this month folks! (can’t quite believe where all the time has gone). We’d just like to thank everyone for their custom, support, encouragement and feedback over the years. It’s been an absolute joy and pleasure being a part of the LETN community. If you’d like to get in touch with us with any ideas, suggestions or just general comments, then feel free to drop us a line: firstname.lastname@example.org
A big thanks once again to everyone that sent us their entries for our latest 30 Second Homemade Movie Competition. As always, it was a tough call choosing the winners, but we’ve finally made our decisions. Click here to view all the winning entries.
The winner of September’s Best Picture of the Month Competition is Justin Leeming with this fantastic photo of his son Elliot wearing our Jaws inspired The Three Barrels Kids T-shirt. A big thanks to everyone who entered this time round. If you have an image or photo you’d like to submit to our Best Picture of the Month competition for the chance to win 3 Last Exit T-shirts of your choice, then send your entries to: email@example.com – please remember, that all images much contain a reference to Last Exit to Nowhere in some way.
We’ve been asked by director/writer Neil Marshall to collaborate on an exclusive T-shirt design based on his directorial debut horror-comedy, Dog Soldiers. We’ll be previewing the finalised design later this week on our Last Exit to Nowhere Facebook page and offering you the chance to win the T-shirt before we release it. In the meantime, Open your mouth, watch your ears, mind your toes!
The Best Picture of the Month Competition winner for September this year is Molly Stapleton. Molly writes: 'I bribed my little sisters into helping me with this photo. We’re dressed as the good guys and the bad guys (and also possibly the ugly guys) from my favourite film series The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy to celebrate the final instalment, The World’s End, being released. Despite one sibling getting continually distracted by a cat and the other entering her stroppy teenage phase we had such fun taking these pictures.’ Molly wins 3 Last Exit to Nowhere T-shirts of her choice. If you’d like to enter the competition this month, send your image/photo to: firstname.lastname@example.org – all entries must contain a reference to Last Exit to Nowhere in some way.
The Best Picture of the Month winning image goes to Paul Bailey for this awesome recreation of the scene from Jurassic Park.
Paul writes: The dinosaur was originally an animatronic model at Chester zoo, which I took close up photos of at the time cos I was planning this photo. I then replaced the crappy painted eye with a photo of my eye, made the whole thing look more dinosauric in photoshop. Then I went to a printers and got it printed out as a massive poster and it sat in my room for the winter months. After dusting it off, took it to a friends house who has a driveway surrounded by foliage, needed for the photo and also meant that didn’t get any weird looks :p Simply stuck the poster to a board and held it up outside the car whilst I sat inside and acted badly. Bit o photoshop to fill in a few gaps and extend the neck and hey presto – a photo I’m proud of :p
If you got an image or photograph you’d like to submit to our next Best Picture of the Month competition then send it in to us: email@example.com – The winner of each competition gets 3 Last Exit to Nowhere T-shirts of their choice. All images must contain a reference to Last Exit to Nowhere in some way.
Enter our latest 30 Second Homemade Movie Competition for the chance to win a massive £200 worth of Last Exit gear, with runner up prizes of £100 for second and third place. Simply film your own 30 second movie (any theme, any device), upload it to youtube, and send us the link: firstname.lastname@example.org. All films must reference Last Exit to Nowhere in some way and last no longer than around 30 seconds. Click on the image to see previous winners for inspiration. The winner will be announced on the 30th September 2013.