|Vintage Pulp||Mar 19 2011|
This rare promo piece for Steve McQueen’s 1972 thriller The Getaway was produced for the film’s run in Japan in 1973. Based on a novel by Jim Thompson, co-starring Ali McGraw, directed by Sam Peckinpah, written for the screen by Walter Hill, and scored by Quincy Jones, The Getaway delivers on multiple levels, as does this poster.
|Vintage Pulp||Oct 9 2009|
Poster for the pinku flick Shiroi chibusa no senritsu, aka Tremble of White Breast, circa 1970, with Noriko Tatsumi. During the late ’60s Tatsumi was known as the queen of Japanese sex movies. If you didn’t know that already, you’d have figured it out from the titles of her films, which include Taste of Women, Inflatable Doll of the Wastelands, Whore, Muddy Uniform, Packed Full with Women, and—our absolute favorite—Love’s Milky Drops. We haven’t seen any of these films, but we’re making it priority numero uno to track them down. Seriously—Love's Milky Drops? We aren't sure if we should be horny or thirsty, but either way that sounds like a must-see.