Everyone has a friend (or a friend of a friend) who acts like a complete lunatic each and every time a movie spoiler enters the room. If a trailer plays on TV, they'll shut their eyes and plug up their ears. Just try to begin a sentence with "Hey, did you hear about Iron Man ..." and you'll watch this person squirm, shout or spit the most absurd obscenities at you as if you somehow kidnapped their family and tortured their dog. But it's not their fault they've been conditioned to avoid movie spoilers like the plague. For example, my best friend (who would be president of the anti-spoiler association if such an organization existed) was the unfortunate victim of spoiler rape back in college. After a group of us caught an early screening of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace without him, he somehow wound up caught in the crossfire of a major spoiler (I believe someone accidentally mentioned the death of Qui-Gon Jinn at the end of the film) and the poor kid hasn't been the same since.

Some of us are kind, and accept these people (and their major spoiler issues) with open arms; perfectly willing to abide by their movie rules and not mention anything even remotely related to the plot of a film that's been released within the past 20 years or so. And then there are those who like to torture; the sort of folks who go out of their way to ruin a film (especially one with a twist ending) for no other reason than to feed their massive ego. So, for those people I give you the spoiler t-shirt -- a piece of clothing that single-handedly ruins the endings for some of the most talked-about plot-twisters in movie history. As you can see in the picture above, a few of those films include: Psycho, Fight Club, The Empire Strikes Back, The Usual Suspects, The Matrix,Citizen Kane and The Sixth Sense. It's a pretty vicious shirt, but if you're a spoiler nut and you haven't seen any of the films mentioned, then you deserve to have the endings ruined for you. Aside from that, I'm sure plenty of people will get a good chuckle from your shirt as you pimp it out all summer long. You can purchase one (as well as view a larger version of that image) over here. Right now, it looks like all the male t-shirts are sold out (go figure), but you ladies can snag one for only ten bucks. Enjoy!

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