Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been rooting around in the Taint The Meat Vault of Movie Nostalgia (a.k.a. my attic) when I came across these excellent action figures based on Universal Studios range of classic movie monsters. Continue reading Universal Studios Monsters: Frankenstein action figure by Sideshow Toys (1999)
The Movie Art of Syd Mead, Visual Futurist is a new hardback art book celebrating the career of one of the film industry’s most distinctive and influential concept artists. Continue reading The Movie Art of Syd Mead, Visual Futurist (Titan Books, 2017)
I’m a big fan of Universal Studios monster films from the 1930s and 1940s, so you can imagine my delight when I came across these wonderful stamps celebrating some of their most iconic movie monsters. Continue reading Classic Movie Monster stamps (1997)
I’m in the mood to post some pretty pictures, and I’m also feeling a little nostalgic, so in an attempt to scratch both itches at once I’m going to take a quick look at the movie poster artwork for Gerry Anderson’s Thunderbirds Are GO, from 1966 and Thunderbird 6, from 1968. Continue reading Thunderbirds Are GO and Thunderbird 6 movie posters
After the phenomenal success of his original Star Wars trilogy George Lucas tried his hand at another movie genre, albeit this time with limited success. This week’s entry in the Taint the Meat 1980s fantasy film season is Willow, from 1988. Continue reading Willow (1988)
It’s 1980’s fantasy movie season here at Taint the Meat, and this week it’s the turn of Ralph Bakshi and Frank Frazetta’s animated epic Fire and Ice, from 1983.
I’m a big fan of Fantasy movies, especially those from the 1980’s, and over the last few months I’ve been taking a closer look at some of my favourites. However, this week it’s the turn of a movie that isn’t strictly a Fantasy film, but is still well worth a closer look — Ladyhawke from 1985. Continue reading Ladyhawke (1985)