ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR DECEMBER 7, 2015

Here we are with the first set of alt-posters for the merry month of December. I tried to pick some excellent ones for this first week and I am pretty sure I succeeded. Let me know what you think.

The Blair Witch Project by Narcis Lupou

The Blair Witch Project by Narcis Lupou

Bride of Chucky by Ralf Krause

Bride of Chucky by Ralf Krause

Friday the 13th Part 2 by Laz Marquez

Friday the 13th Part 2 by Laz Marquez

Gotham by Lazare Gvimradze

Gotham by Lazare Gvimradze

Guardians of the Galaxy by Arian Noveir

Guardians of the Galaxy by Arian Noveir

Harry Potter and the Philospher's Stone by Adam Rabalais

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by Adam Rabalais

O Brother Where Art Thou by Chris DeLorenzo

O Brother, Where Art Thou? by Chris DeLorenzo

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Courtney Brims

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Courtney Brims

Pacific Rim by Matt Ferguson

Pacific Rim by Matt Ferguson

Predator by Mainger Germain

Predator by Mainger Germain

Sleepy Hollow by GoldenPlanet

Sleepy Hollow by GoldenPlanet

Suspiria by Joey Potargent

Suspiria by Joey Potargent

This is Spinal Tap by Gregory Sacre

This is Spinal Tap by Gregory Sacre

V/H/S 2 by Tony Moore

V/H/S 2 by Tony Moore

V/H/S by Tony Moore

V/H/S by Tony Moore

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16 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR DECEMBER 7, 2015

  1. That Spinal Tap poster is tremendous. I’m also a mark for any Jaws homages, and that Pacific Rim nails it. Also really dig the Harry Potter one.

  2. Well done, though some were rather heavy and I was scrolling going “WHOAH!” hee hee hee! Oh hey, the snow is back! Groovy. I’m all watching it drift down as I write this. It tickles! Yeah, I’m digging on the Batman one, oddly enough. Dunno V/H/S but those people are running out of the house as if the there was some horrible movie on they’re trying to escape. I don’t know why but it’s reminding of this choose-your-own-adventure book we have here (that actually is published by a different company than the choose-your-own publishers) and I should let you know about it. It’s haunted house stuff and it’s a crack up. I think it’s the first time I read every single page of a book like that.

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