At last, the time has come to conclude our journey through the video nasty VHS titles via the medium of trump cards. Sweeping up the remaining titles from the so-called Section 3 films, these are no less vivid and diverse, ranging from the familiar to the obscure and baffling.
These films were considered alarming enough to concern Magistrate’s Courts but had less of a chance of being found foul enough to lead to convictions should they progress to the High Court. Still liable at the time for seizure and forfeiture.
As ever, no expense will be spared on our part:
x40 Plastic-coated, round-cornered cards
Top quality gamesboard
Exclusive title card featuring the visage of a key player in the farrago…who will it be? It’s James Anderton – ferocious opponent of early VHS releases and personal hotwire to the heavens!
All decks sent plastic-sealed and housed in a plastic case for transport and display.
Limited to 200 sets worldwide. Existing passengers will be aware of crazy internet auction prices on the Whitehouse, Ferman and Bright sets…do not miss out!
Postage costs all included:
Like serial killers, you wait ages for one, then two turn up at once.
The next titles in our series of cult film jigsaws are both from much loved franchises…or much hated, depending on which installment we’re talking about. The ‘saws feature the UK quad poster image of George Romero’s seminal work, whilst we’ve gone for the Breakfast Club take on the family that slays together.
No changes to format – still 300 pieces on glossy board (btw – if you haven’t treated yourselves yet, 300 pieces is surprisingly hard!) and housed in a retro VHS case. By retro, we mean we leave them scuzzy-looking and leave any labels on. Lovely on the shelf and great to bring out after Sunday dinner. Avanti!
Night of the Living Dead
UK Customers £20 inc P&P
International Customers £25 inc P&P
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 UK Customers £20 inc P&P – Sorry…all gone!
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 International Customers £25 inc P&P
The third instalment of our VHS jigsaws is Umberto Lenzi’s delirious Cannibal Ferox (or, if you prefer, Make Them Die Slowly). We’ve gone for the US poster design and as usual, it is printed on ultra glossy card stock and is housed in a retro VHS case for showing-off purposes.
We’re sticking to the same 300-piece affair and just to keep everything traditional, there will once again only be 50 sets worldwide. They are all individually numbered to make you feel even more special. I’m sure you know us well enough by now to know that when they’re gone, they stay gone. So, keep your monkeys out of harm’s way, pack away your hooks and put on your reinforced trousers, it’s the most notorious jigsaw yet! Banned in 32 countries (we added Scotland to the list), you are hereby advised to make the jigsaw slowly…
UK Orders – £20 inc. postage & packing
International Orders – £25 inc. postage & packing