Before Paul W.S. Anderson became one of the worst filmmakers around, he directed the underrated 1997 sci-fi horror Event Horizon, easily one of my all-time fav genre films.
Starring Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill and Kathleen Quinlan, the pic follows a rescue crew investigates a spaceship that disappeared into a black hole and has now returned…with someone or something new on-board.
Even all of these years later it hasn’t lost its muster, and is easily considered a cult classic.
Artist Chris Garofalo shows that he too is also a fan, creating a new print that shows he had Hell on the mind during its creation. The black and white print, created for The Colonial Theatre, shows the device that sends the film’s ship through a black hole and back. Instead of traveling through space, they travel through another dimension… Hell.
It’s sized 18×24. 2-color screen print with metallic ink.
The best part? It’s only $30 and comes signed and numbered edition of 50. That’s a low print tun. HURRY (and buy me one).