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GritFX on Best T-Shirts Ever!

The Best T-Shirts Ever website has featured the brand spanking new “Magic Bullet” range by GritFX…Read the review here…

GritFX featured on My Life Thinking

GritFX (yes, that’s us) has been featured by Hisham on his blog My Life Thinking…Read “How GritFX turned Movies, Music & Madness to a T-Shirt” here…

MAGIC BULLET T-SHIRTS – NEW STORE GIVEAWAY!

GritFX T-Shirts has launched its’ third T-Shirt store – Magic Bullet T-Shirts. Primarily the brainchild of GritFX artist/writer Max Drake, Magic Bullet is for those seeking something a little on the weird side. Magic Bullet designs are inspired by mythology, politics, UFOs and alien entities, conspiracy topics and other stuff that’s frankly just damn strange. Loads more designs will be uploaded in the next few days, weeks and months, so be sure to check them out.

Organic Textures Vs Photoshop Brushes and Grunge Fonts

Manz, the guru of GritFX, has written a guest article for Best Web Image…Read her piece “Organic Textures Vs Photoshop Brushes and Grunge Fonts” here…

Drag Me To Hell (2009)

Director Sam Raimi returns to horror, the genre that gave birth to his career after completing the low-budget classic The Evil Dead in 1983. Raimi’s films have, for the most part, incorporated dark themes (I just won’t mention the atrocious For Love Of The Game – oh no, too late!), and horror is a genre that fits the director like a glove…

District 9 (2009)

The unknown Sharlto Copley is simply wonderful as the hapless Wikus, and some impressive CGI is used to excellent effect, especially in the rip-snorting final half hour. Destined to become a cult classic and perhaps, to a certain degree influential (and undoubtedly yet hopefully to a lesser degree, a template for copycats), District 9 is one of the most enjoyable films of the year…

Miles Davis – In a Silent Way (1969)

Come the late 60s, Miles Davis was set to ignite the jazz world (I should say ‘music world’) by employing electric instruments into his ensembles. Fusion was born. And jazz (I should say ‘music’) would never be the same. When Miles Davis released the double album Bitches Brew in 1970 he was embraced by the psychedelic rock contingent, who enjoyed the funked-up rhythms and his free-flowing explorative style…

Welcome to the GritFX T-Shirts Magazine

Hi there! We have recently moved from Blogspot to our new home here on Wordpress. For those new to the magazine, you can read music and film reviews and other articles by GritFX writers Decoy Spoon, Wadrick Jones and Max Drake (with additional posts by yours truly)…

We’re Moving…

To all our regular readers who may have been wondering why we haven’t posted anything in a few weeks – we are in the process of moving to Wordpress…

GritFX Presents: “The Rookie (Part 2)”

After months of anticipation, Dave (aka Will) has finally (!!!) uploaded The Rookie (Part 2) to the GritFX YouTube Channel…

Langley Parks: Soundscapes, Themes & Noise – free individual track download…

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