ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR FEBRUARY 15, 2016

Another week begins and I’ve got another set of alt-posters for everyone to enjoy; at least that’s what I’m hoping that you’re doing with them, enjoying. There’s 23 this week. I don’t know why; just seemed like a good number.

The X-Files by Andy Fairhurst

The X-Files by Andy Fairhurst

The Exorcist by Javier Vera Lainez

The Exorcist by Javier Vera Lainez

Spotlight by Hunter Langston

Spotlight by Hunter Langston

Ladyhawke by Javier Vera Lainez

Ladyhawke by Javier Vera Lainez

Apocalypse Now by Tim Doyle

Apocalypse Now by Tim Doyle

Wonder Woman by Nicolas DeLort

Wonder Woman by Nicolas DeLort

The Revenant by Daniel Nash

The Revenant by Daniel Nash

House on Haunted Hill by Phantom City Creative

House on Haunted Hill by Phantom City Creative

Blade Runner by Tracie Ching

Blade Runner by Tracie Ching

Bambi by Rowan Stocks Moore

Bambi by Rowan Stocks Moore

Blue is the Warmest Color by Handy Kara

Blue is the Warmest Color by Handy Kara

Bone Tomahawk by Jeremy Wheeler

Bone Tomahawk by Jeremy Wheeler

Daredevil by John Aslarona

Daredevil by John Aslarona

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes by Orlando Arocena

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes by Orlando Arocena

Halloween by Matt Ryan Tobin

Halloween by Matt Ryan Tobin

Home Alone by Edgar Ascensao

Home Alone by Edgar Ascensao

Jurassic World by Lazare Gvimradze

Jurassic World by Lazare Gvimradze

Night of the Demons by Matthew Skiff

Night of the Demons by Matthew Skiff

Pet Sematary by Hanzel Haro

Pet Sematary by Hanzel Haro

Robocop by Matt Ferguson

Robocop by Matt Ferguson

The Howling by Ghoulish Gary Pullin

The Howling by Ghoulish Gary Pullin

The Silence of the Lambs by Daniel Norris

The Silence of the Lambs by Daniel Norris

They Live by Kevin Weldon

They Live by Kevin Weldon

 

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30 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR FEBRUARY 15, 2016

  1. Lovely collection here! So many standouts, but that Nicolas DeLort is a talented artist! Just beautiful work. House on Haunted Hill, X Files, Halloween, Blade Runner, Silence of the Lambs, They Live, Blue is the Warmest Color, Night of the Demons, and Jurassic World are all definitely works of art! But, that Pet Semetary poster will probably give me as many nightmares as the movie itself did!! I still get uncomfortable during that scene with Rachel’s sister, where’s she’s shrieking her name… *shudder*

  2. These are stunning! Sooo many to really like here. Gotta share this! I LOVE Tobin’s and Fairhurst’s work, as well as Aslarona’s Daredevil, but that one for The Exorcist is hands down the best!!!

  3. Wow! Gettin’ the comments! Good stuff. The simplicity in a lot of these really shine for me. Not so busy. Actually the poster for Bambi made me think of the novel Bambi by Felix Salten. It’s actually a very intense book. There is a crazy scene of this dog showing up and all the woodland animals are mocking him as kind of a sell-out or sucker to mankind. That was a psychological mind-blow for me. Plus there are other elements of Bambi that get heavy. (I still can’t find the blasted sequel to that novel.)

    Super digging that one for Ladyhawke! At first I thought Wonder Woman might have been for Clash of The Titans, but considering her island’s mythology it blends well with that. Blade Runner is amazing. You’ll always get me for the win with Vincent Price. 🙂 (btw: the Riff-Trax for House on Haunted Hill is soooo worth it!)

  4. Damn these are awesome. The Revenant, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Home Alone are my favorites altho each of these are amazing

    • I’m pretty sure that this week’s set is my all-time favorite since I started doing this. Pet Sematary, The Exorcist and Halloween stand out for me but like you said each is amazing.

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