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Japanese Chirashi latest

TVTA is happy to add some more Japanese chirashi to the collection.

Pan’s Labyrinth. Guillermo Del Toro. 2006.

Pans Labyrinth chirashi. Example a. Front.

Pans Labyrinth chirashi. Example b. Front.

The Phantom Menace. George Lucas. 1999. 3D Re-release 2012.

The Phantom Menace chirashi. Front.

District 9. Neill Blomkamp. 2009.

District 9 chirashi. Front.

The Wind Rises. Hayao Miyazaki. 2013.

The Wind Rises chirashi. Front.

The Tale of the Princess Kaguya. Isao Takahata. 2013

The Tale of the Princess Kaguya chirashi. Front.

The Wind Rises and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya 2013 double feature chirashi.

The Wind Rises and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya double feature chirashi.

La Belle et la Bête / Beauty and the Beast. Christophe Gans. 2014.

La Belle et la Bête / Beauty and the Beast chirash. Front and back.

La Vie d’Adèle / Blue is the Warmest Colour. Abdellatif Kechiche. 2013.

La Vie d’Adèle / Blue is the Warmest Colour chirashi. Front and back.

Kill Bill: Volume 2. Quentin Tarantino. 2004.

Kill Bill Vol 2

The Green Hornet. TV series (1966/67). DVD and VHS chirashi.

Green Hornet TV series DVD and VHS chirashi. Front and back.

Ascenseur pour L’échafaud / Elevator to the Gallows. Louis Malle. 1958.

Ascenseur pour L’echafaud chirashi. Front and back.

Killing Zoe. Roger Avary. 1994.

Killing Zoe chirashi. Front.

The X-Files: I Want to Believe. Chris Carter. 2008.

The X-Files: I Want to Believe chirashi. Front.

Chirashi: Blade Runner, Watchmen, 300, Atomic Blonde, Elle

Latest additions to the Japanese chirashi run.

Blade Runner The Final Cut



Atomic Blonde



Top Seven Scariest Whistles!

We’re not talking about scary whistles like this …


… Or even these …

Ghoul-head whistles by Bung Art Studios.

… We’re talking about scary whistles expelled from the pursed lips of the most callous, evil, monstrous, devious, or just downright ingenious characters from film and TV.

So, whet your whistles, take a deep breath, and join us as we count down from seven to one…

SEVEN The Shadmock’s whistle. The Monster Club. 1981.

Vincent Price Priceless Advice: “Vampires sup, werewolves hunt, ghouls tear, Shaddies lick, maddies yawn, mocks blow, but shadmocks only whistle.”

SIX Billy The Kid’s whistle. Young Guns. 1988.

Don’t let that smile fool you. And if the smile turns to a whistle then you’re in serious trouble!

FIVE Yondu’s whistle. Guardians of the Galaxy. 2014.

Whistle while you work? Don’t be messing about when Yondu purses his lips. You might get arrowed. Devastating!

FOUR Negan’s whistle. The walking Dead.

Not a very tuneful whistle from everyone’s favourite baseball-wielding pyscho, but there’s no way I’m telling Negan that! And just try imitating this whistle yourself. Not as easy as you might think.

THREE Hans Beckert’s whistle. M. 1931.

The jolly classic In the Hall of the Mountain King by Grieg expelled from the lips of serial child killer Hans Beckert in Fritz Lang’s 1931 classic crime drama.

TWO Omar’s whistle. The Wire.

Chain-smoking, shotgun-toting Omar swaggers into your neigbourhood whistling nursery rhymes. Time to be very worried.

ONE Elle Driver’s whistle. Kill Bill: Volume 1. 2003.

Classic Tarantino scene of the whistling Californian Mountain Snake arriving to kill the Bride. The tune is Twisted Nerve by Bernard Herrman from the 1968 film of the same name. I’ve included the original whistle by ‘Georgie’ as well as Elle Driver’s whistle.

Pheeeeeep! There goes the full-time whistle!

Thank you for sucking in your cheeks and blowing with us 🙂

Can you think of any other scary whistlers in cinema or TV?

Ghoul-head whistle pic courtesy of Bung Art Studios

Whistling Dracula Teeth pic found on Pinterest

Vintage Star Wars on the magazine cover

Archvillain Darth Vader, cover of TIME Magazine, May 19, 1980. Artwork by M. Arisman.

As fans around the world prepare themselves for yet another Star Wars feature film that will hopefully delight, thrill and amaze, TVTA digs into the archives to find a selection of old-school Star Wars as seen on the covers of various magazines throughout the late 70s and early 80s.

US. National Doll World. Aug 1984. Contains a feature on the large size action figure range from Kenner.

US. Fine Scale Modeler. Jan / Feb 1986. Model diorama special for Speederbike and Scout.

US. Starlog Covers various.

US. More Starlog various covers.

France. Lecran Fantastique. Return of the Jedi 100 page special. Oct 1983.

Titans. France. 1984. Jean Frisano cover.

France. Pif Gadget. Empire Strikes Back cover and features. 1980.

France. Pif Gadget. Return of the Jedi cover and features. 1983.

UK. Starburst. 1980.

UK. Photo Play. 1983.

US. Starlog 74. 1983.

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Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings Trilogy in Chirashi

The Lord of the Rings trilogy trilogy is considered one of the most ambitious film projects ever undertaken, with a budget somewhere in the region of $281 million and a filming schedule of eight years. The trilogy received overwhelming praise and won 17 out of 30 Academy Award nominations. TVTA is pleased to present Chirashi poster versions of all three films as advertised and made available in Japan at the time.

The Fellowship of the Ring

The Two Towers

The Return of the King

The Motion Picture Trilogy

Thankyou for simply walking into Mordor with us 🙂

Japanese chirashi mini posters: Gremlins, Robocop, Indiana Jones

Some more classic movies added to the TVTA chirashi poster collection. Here are the scans showing both the front and backs.


Gremlins 2


Robocop 2

Robocop 3

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Thanks for looking 🙂