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Rue Morgue and Sushi Typhoon’s multi-city benefit film tour Splatter Matters – in support of recovery efforts focusing on the devastation of the Tohoku Earthquake of March 11 and the subsequent tsunami – comes to the Toronto Underground Cinema (186 Spadina Avenue) tonight! Join us for a night of gratuitous gore and giggles for a good cause, which will include a double-header screening of Karate Robo-Zaborgar at 7 p.m. and Helldriver at 9:15 p.m. Admission is just $8 for a single film or $14 for the pair. For more info, please visit sushi-typhoon.com and the Splatter Matters Facebook page.
You can further help support Japan’s rebuilding by purchasing the official Splatter Matters 18″ x 24″ art print, designed by RM’s Gary Pullin and Justin Erickson, featuring characters from the Sushi Typhoon films Helldriver, Karate-Robo Zaborgar and Mutant Girls Squad. Limited to 200 signed and numbered copies, these beautiful four-colour, offset print posters will be on sale for only $20, with all profits going to the Japan Society to benefit victims of the 3/11 earthquake. Or, order yours online from the RM Online Shoppe of Horror. Believe me when I write that these posters are absolutely beautifully rendered and definitely fit for framing. Get one before they’re gone!
We’re pleased to announce that limited-edition posters for SPLATTER MATTERS, a multi-city benefit film tour organized by Rue Morgue and Sushi Typhoon in support of recovery efforts focusing on the devastation of the Tohoku Earthquake of March 11 and the subsequent tsunami, are now on sale for just $20 plus shipping in the Special Offers section of The Rue Morgue Shoppe of Horror!
Designed by RM’s Justin Erickson and Gary Pullin, this gorgeous 18″ by 24″ art print featuring characters from the Sushi Typhoon films Helldriver, Karate-Robo Zaborgar and Mutant Girls Squad is limited to 200 signed, numbered copies. Each four-colour offset print is on high quality, acid-free, uncoated 65lbs card stock and is suitable for framing. All profits go to the Japan Society to benefit victims of the 3/11 earthquake. These beautiful posters will sell out so act quickly and feel good about donating to a timely cause by dressing a wall with one of these blasts of wild and daring Japanese cinema.