From International Times magazine circa 1967
Thursday, 18 June 2009
This is a programme from the old Scala Cinema at Kings X London. The month's screenings used to be presented on an A2 folded poster with amazing cut and paste collages like this on the front and details on the back. This is from Oct 1988 with highlights including a 'PREGNANT JUVENILE DELINQUENTS' triple bill (A taste of Honey, L-Shaped Room, Blue Jeans), several Herschell Gordon Lewis features and the regular Saturday all-nighter (ALL-NIGHT URBAN TERROR, ALL-NIGHT (VINCENT) PRICE FRIGHTS, ALL-NIGHT FEAR OF THE FUTURE etc).
Wednesday, 17 June 2009
Sunday, 7 June 2009
These scans are taken from the Christmas editions of the NME from 1986 and 1988, they made up the paper's Illustrated Songbook, which must have been an annual feature for a few years. Each illustration filled the whole page.
Included here are, Steven Appleby's illustration for The Smiths' 'Panic', Run's 'Everyday is Like Sunday' by Morrissey, Jill Mumford's 'Fast Car' by Tracy Chapman, Shaky Kane's 'Love Missile F1-11', and Andrew Crummy's illustration for The Pet Shop Boys' 'Opportunities' single.
Thursday, 4 June 2009
Play For Today - 1979
Stu is fascinated by vampires after watching a horror film with his younger brother. His fascination begins to merge into the reality of his home life when his friends tell him they have seen a vampire at the local cemetery.