An official T-shirt for Jeremy Saulnier’s brutal horror-thriller film, Green Room. The first 100 T-shirts sold will receive two badges, a gig flyer and a sticker with their order. A two colour design (including a single colour sleeve print), hand screen printed on black regular T-shirts and a black fitted T-shirts. Inspired by the fictional band The Ain’t Rights, featured in the film. Green Room is released in UK cinemas on Friday 13th May 2016.
A sheriff (Kurt Russell), his deputy (Richard Jenkins), a gunslinger (Matthew Fox), and a cowboy (Patrick Wilson) embark on a mission to rescue three people from a savage group of troglodytes in the 2015 brutal horror/western film, Bone Tomahawk. We’ve had the privilege to design and produce these official The Learned Goat T-shirts, inspired by the fictional saloon that features in the film. A single colour distressed design, hand screen printed – available on regular, fitted and ladies T-shirts for a limited time.
Although we are sworn to secrecy about the content of the film itself, we are pleased to announce that an official Ex Machina inspired T-shirt has been designed, approved and is currently in production here at Last Exit to Nowhere. We’ll preview the design and give away a couple to coincide with the film’s release later in the month on our social media pages.
Ex Machina is released in UK cinemas on the 21st January. Do not miss it.
Great to see film critic Mark Kermode wearing a Last Exit to Nowhere ‘Knox Industries’ T-shirt. This one pays homage to the film Local Hero, the 1983 British comedy-drama film by Bill Forsyth and starring Peter Riegert, Denis Lawson, Fulton Mackay, and Burt Lancaster. See the the full video on Kermode Uncut.
We’ve been busy behind the scenes producing crew and cast T-shirts for Ben Wheatley’s highly anticipated next film High-Rise, starring Tom Hiddleston. We’ll have a limited edition variation of this design for sale in the near (dystopian) future. Stay tuned to this frequency for further information. Tom Hiddleston illustration by Ben Wheatley.