Grindhouse trailers feat: Christina Lindberg
Lugnet "All The Way" Grindhouse Trailer (Part I)
Lugnet - "It Ain´t Easy" Grindhouse/Horror Trailer (Part II)
Christina Lindberg achieved her most enduring cult cinema fame with her outstanding performance as Frigga, a much abused and traumatized one-eyed mute, who exacts a harsh retribution on her tormentors in the brutal and controversial revenge opus Thriller - A Cruel Picture (1974) banned by the Swedish film censorship board.
Thriller was a groundbreaking Swedish grindhouse film from the early 1970s which rose to notoriety in the 2000s as the primary inspiration for American director Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill movies. “I love Christina Lindberg,” Tarantino said in 2003. “And that’s definitely who Daryl Hannah’s character is based on. Thriller is, of all the revenge movies I’ve ever seen, that is definitely the roughest. The roughest revenge movie ever made! There’s never been anything as tough as that movie.”
Quentin Tarantino and Daryl Hannah on the "Kill Bill" set.
Strictly limited/numbered Lugnet "All The Way" (Christina Lindberg cover) Vinyl/Poster
Strictly limited/numbered Lugnet "All The Way" (Christina Lindberg cover) cd-single.
Ultimate Lugnet/Christina Lindberg "All The Way" fan pack beer, t-shirt and cd-single.
Grindhouse Night! Premiere of Lugnet's "All The Way" grindhouse music video. Film critic Ronny Svensson interviewed Christina Lindberg, the lead actress in the ultimate grindhouse movie "Thriller: They Call Her One Eye"(1974). Lugnet's showcase gig was killer!