Last Exit to Nowhere


The fact that you are looking at this site must mean you like films. So I would like to introduce you, if you are not already aware, to a wonderful film homage site that sells t-shirt, jumpers, baseball caps and even some posters. But these aren’t any ordinary film based items. They are inspired by some of the greatest films ever made.

The site is called Last Exit To Nowhere and is a must see site for all film fans and I’m sure you will find at least one, if not more, items that you will want to buy.

I have been purchasing t-shirts from this site for 3 years now, anyone who knows me would have noticed the film t-shirts I wear. The reason I love this site and why I think you will too is that the items on sale add that something different/cool/geeky to what you would normally expect from film memorabilia. They mostly take companies and towns from films and base the design around that. From Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) you get Abe Froman the Sausage King of Chicago or from The Shining (1980) you get The Overlook Hotel.

From my first t-shirt of Hill Valley High (Back to the Future 1985) to my latest Dr E. Brown Enterprises (Back to the Future 1985) I have loved every single one. I am currently around 10-15 different t-shirts and I expect my collection to keep growing. My favourite item that I own is the homage to Superman II (1980) which shows General Zod with the word ‘Kneel’ underneath. As a huge Superman fan this design was originally available as a poster from the site. However I am glad, amongst many others, that they released the design in t-shirt form too.

As a film geek myself, hey I have a film blog and studied Film Studies at university so I must be, I highly recommend this site to all lovers of film. You will find it very hard to resist buying a t-shirt from this site so go click on the link and buy yourself a gift or maybe a friend one. You won’t regret it.

“Last Exit to Nowhere, you’re my hero”


Last Exit to Nowhere Fact

People who purchase items also recieve an extra gift of a Last Exit to Nowhere sticker in the style of a sign or a quote. The classic ‘EXIT’ sign is my favourite.