People have all sorts of ways to celebrate their favorite flicks, from watching them over and over, to attending conventions in their honor, to telling the Predator that you're "here", and to "kill you", all to save you from having to deal with Billy. Or making monumentally sweet t-shirts out of them, like Dutch Southern
Printed in 'bama, Dutch's t-shirts turn film icons into fashionably funny statements on soft jersey cotton tees, tapping artists to create hand-drawn imagery for each design, including one such Denver talent named Cloxboy, who's pretty sure that now is his time. Garbings fire up with the royal blue "You're So Cool", which shows a collection of True Romance images (Elvis, Alabama's corkscrew, a pink Cadillac Eldorado...) and the cream-colored "It's What's On The Inside That Counts", featuring the heads of Sloth from The Goonies, Swamp Thing, Darkman, and Mel Gibson as The Man Without A Face -- a slight departure from his current role as The Man Who Will Put You In F*$&@#g a Rose Garden...Because He's Capable Of It! There's also the baby blue "Dance Off", w/ Teen Wolf, Frankenstein, and Michael Jackson's Thriller zombie in a boogie-down lineup, "Stock Carpenter", a car race involving Christine, Michael Myers, and the cast of Big Trouble In Little China, and a Muppet-Babies-inspired design of a playground full of tot-aged Tarantino characters like Mr. Blonde, Jackie Brown, and Pulp Fiction's Jules, Vincent, and Marcellus Wallace, who avoids the sandbox, swings & slide just to get all medieval on yo' grass
Coming soon're a design touting '80s action stars and cartoon characters, one called "Cowboys & Indians" comprised of Spaghetti Western and Bollywood star portraits, and a Heathers tribute, sure to feature the only person Billy was ever afraid of: Brenda.