The Peltzer home is decorated for Christmas, and it looks like a picturesque, snow-covered suburban home ready for the holiday. But take a closer look and you’ll see glowing red eyes within the dark silhouettes of the nasty Gremlins hanging around the house. They’re in the trees, in the bushes, on the roof, and even in the house. Take a closer look at the windows, and you’ll see a couple Gremlins who meet a grisly end thanks to a resourceful Mrs. Peltzer, who tears up one in a mixer bowl and microwaves another until it explodes.
Take a look around, and you’ll notice some other Easter eggs as well. For example, Mrs. Deagle is seen lying in her stair-climbing chair, having been chucked out of her own house by Gremlins doing a little electrical rewiring. The Peltzer family dog Barney has sadly also encountered the Gremlins, and you can see him tied up in the Christmas lights on the porch, just like we see in the movie. As for Gizmo, he’s up in the top center second-floor window hiding out in a helmet.
Above is the regular version of the print, which is sized at 24×18 inches and comes in a hand-numbered edition of 275 for $50 each. But there are also a couple of variants as well, one on shimmering foil paper and the other designed as an art print without the film’s title. All of them will be on sale at the Bottleneck Gallery online shop starting at 12:00 p.m. ET on Friday, October 20, while supplies last.
Screen print on foil paper
24 x 18 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 150
24 x 18 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 50