Two new prints are available in the shop:
Released in 1972, “The Incinerator” was infamously banned in the United Kingdom following a brief two-week theatrical run. In 1974 It was recut and distributed in the USA (under the alternate title: “Night of the Welder”) with six and a half minutes of footage removed which censors felt: “greatly surpassed the acceptable boundaries of on-screen violence”. Today only a handful of copies exist, and have since become almost legendary amongst the horror and film community.
Laser Party is proud to distribute this piece of horror history, in the form of the original theatrical poster, designed by Matthew Therrien. Only 50 will be made available.
Next up is Science Friction, a design done to celebrate a monthly sci-fi film series at the Alamo Drafthouse in Denver. This poster was designed by artist Joe McGrory, background designer for the hit web-series “Bravest Warriors.”
30 prints will be made available.
There are two new posters available in the shop. Both will be limited to 30 prints each, so quit reading this and hurry. It may already be too late!
For those who have elected to continue reading, here’s what you may be missing out on:
First is a poster made to commemorate a monthly martial arts film series at The Alamo Drafthouse, titled “The 37th Chamber.” With art by Joe Oliver (himself a skilled practitioner of deadly, forbidden martial arts), this poster channels the spirit of classic kung fu films.
After that, we’ve got “Lycanna Danger in: The Lair of The Techno-Skül.” This was the third film in the eponymous Lycanna Danger series. A series primarily consisting of espionage action thrillers, the protagonist was a beautiful female secret agent with a terrible secret: A severe case of lycanthropy! The art on this poster was done by Jeffrey Morris, who actually directed several of the Lycanna Danger films under the pseudonym “Jekrimo.”
You may be wondering why you were called here. You may even find yourself thinking, now that you’ve arrived, “What is a Laser Party?”
Some say that if you look into a mirror and say the words “Laser Party” three times, it will appear behind you.
Others have said that on the night of a waning crescent moon, a black cat will always lead you to a Laser Party.
Still others have said that Laser Party is just a myth. A ghost story, conjured up to scare away neighborhood kids.
It’s also a collective of rad artists creating and selling exclusive, ultra-limited alternative art posters. Welcome to the party. We’re glad you could make it.