CATEGORIES Fandom, Cinematical


I'm always looking for more gear, and I love it when studios send me hats and t-shirts for their latest film because a) my poor ass could always use free clothes, and b) I can now wait a little longer to do the laundry. And I'm totally not the only one: If you've ever hung out with a group of movie bloggers, you'll notice that a good 99% of them are wearing movie-related t-shirts. It's fun. Whose shirt offers the most random movie reference? (I haven't tested this, but I believe the more random your movie reference is, the cooler you suddenly become.) That said, dress up as a movie blogger for Halloween by buying one of these three awesome t-shirts:

1. Tarantino Babies from Dutch Southern (pictured above, click to enlarge) -- Imagine if the characters from each Quentin Tarantino film all hung out with one another when they were babies ... and wore suits and mullets and eye-patches. Shirts available in all sizes and each will run you $18.

2. Killer Drago Rocky T-Shirt (pictured right, click to enlarge) -- For those cats out there who really wanna take it to the next level, why not slip on this t-shirt featuring everyone's favorite Russian boxer who spits out lines like, "If he dies ... he dies." I'm sure this won't offend anyone in the neighborhood ... Killer Drago t-shirt is available in all sizes and comes priced at $20.


3. Trailer Shirt (Restricted) -- (pictured left, click to enlarge) Since red-band trailers are all the rage these days, why not let people know that you roll in R-rated territory. Because you don't want to be the guy in the PG-13 movie everyone's really hoping makes it happen (ahem) -- you wanna be the R-rated dude (or dudette); the one who's allowed to drop more than one f-bomb and view extensive amounts of nudity. Note this shirt is also available in green-band (aka All Audiences). All sizes and each sets you back $18.50 plus shipping.



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