ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR MARCH 7, 2016

Here’s the first set of posters for March. You’ll notice at least one, if not more, are not from a movie or a band, even. I just liked them and decided to share. Enjoy.

Hannibal by Ben Whitesell

Hannibal by Ben Whitesell

A Murder by Godmachine

A Murder by Godmachine

Batman by Andy Fairhurst

Batman by Andy Fairhurst

Brick by Matt Taylor

Brick by Matt Taylor

Metropolis by Laurent Durieux

Metropolis by Laurent Durieux

Tales from the Crypt by Ken Taylor

Tales from the Crypt by Ken Taylor

They Live (Glow in the Dark) by Neal Russler

They Live (Glow in the Dark) by Neal Russler

True Detective by Joshua Budich

True Detective by Joshua Budich

Crimson Peak by The Dark Inker

Crimson Peak by The Dark Inker

Mulholland Drive by Kevin Tong

Mulholland Drive by Kevin Tong

The Call of Cthulhu by Florian Bertmer

The Call of Cthulhu by Florian Bertmer

Jurassic Park by Francesco Francavilla

Jurassic Park by Francesco Francavilla

The Silence of the Lambs by Florian Bertmer

The Silence of the Lambs by Florian Bertmer

 

 

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23 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR MARCH 7, 2016

  1. Wow, there is a lot in the spooky here! Plus I’m a big fan of the flourishes and what-not. Victoriana has often been my specialty. (However much I shop at IKEA for simplicity. ha ha) The Batman wings are especially pleasing to me as I do look for bats to design on my clothes that have that wicked sharpness. (Not much for the cutesy bubbly-bats.)

    Hey, the Crypt-Keeper grew some hair! 🙂 Ahhhhhhhhhh! H.P. Lovecraft… scariness… Tyrannosaurus Rexanne about to take a bite outta home. Nice beginning and ending the stream with “Cannibal” Lecter.

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