Oh how I want those box of hands!
It's hard to tell in the still, but there is one LIVE one in the box. So creepy + cool.ps. I just emailed you! ♥ ♥ ♥
i've always wanted to see this film. thanks so much for reminding me.here's a link to a free image-based font inspired by the mannequins from the movie. http://simplythebest.net/fonts/fonts/touristtrap_dingbat.html...and great still captures as usual.
Oh, Slausen! How I love thee, let me count the ways!I'm such a big fan of this picture. It terrified my sister and I to no end. And I feel it's still very effective and even beautiful.
micha - i meant to respond tot hius long ago. i have actually had that tourist trap font for years, but i have yet to use it for anything. but i will one day...if you watch the film, be sure to let me know what you think.
meep parker - i totally agree with you!
micha- it's early for me. please forgive typo horror!
I'd like to live with those mannequins; they've seen things.It's heartening to see this mannequin-loving film on your blog.It's a favorite of mine.Good frame captures, too.POP
dear Phantom of Pulp - Tourist Trap; it's one of my favorites too. And thank you for the compliment on the captures. If only one could make a living doing such, I'd have a pretty good resume I reckon. But alas...Anyway, thanks again, and I love your blog too. I will be frequenting it often. X O X O
"frequenting it often" - just realized that's a bit redundant. blah.
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