This, the seventh of ten Amicus installments on this blog, is a slight cheat; The Uncanny isn't from Amicus studios. However, it's a horror portmanteau film, it was made in the mid-70's, and Peter Cushing and Donald Pleasence are in it, so close enough.
All three stories concern feline revenge, and they're all pretty solid, but the first one has the most cats in it, so let's go with that. Jump to 6:30 if you want to skip the framing device. Or you could just see the whole film, which I recommend.
(and I did put this here before, a year or two ago in a non-Amicus post, but so what)
From 1973's Vault of Horror (the second of Amicus' film adaptations of stories originally written by Bill Gaines and Al Feldstein for EC comics in the 50's), here's "Drawn and Quartered" starring Tom Baker. And if you know who Tom Baker is, then you are most likely a dweeb of the highest order.
Hey look, my eBay store is loaded with remnants of puberty. I've opened the vaults to uncover a few of my most valuable possessions, acquired between 1982 and 1985, when I spent all my money on comic books and related memorabilia (I was also amassing lots of heavy metal records, but those were all free, courtesy of the Columbia Record and Tape Club). By the time I was 16 I was more into art, girls, punk rock and weed, so I put all the comic juvenilia away. Good riddance.
But this bullshit is of value to some of the more shut-in developmentally arrested weirdos in our global village, so I'm putting some of it up for sale, like:
A Production Cel from Heavy Metal
This is a very exceptional Heavy Metal animation cel, in regards to the fact that it's one of the few that is not a drawing of tits. Instead we have Berni Wrightson's Hanover Fist character, about to Hulk Out at the stand and go kick some ass. It's actually two cels, so you can remove his head. Comes with a background (photocopy, not an original drawing) and is in excellent condition.
George Romero's Dawn of the Dead Script
I bought this in '82 at a ComiCon, so it's likely to be an original. Contains the bummer ending, which would have been better than what he ended up doing. Can't find any others for sale, so I'm pricing a low opening bid to see what happens.
A KISS Comic Printed in their Blood
It's the KISS (a.k.a. Knights In Satan's Service) Marvel Comic from 1977 in which they donated their blood to the red ink used to print it. Mint Condition! Big Bucks!
I'm also selling Frank Miller's complete Wolverine series in Near Mint, Superman vs. Muhammad Ali and other rarities. If you aren't going to buy my art, then you can at least buy my childhood collectibles. We have about a week to go, so BID HERE.