ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR MAY 9, 2016

This week I’m featuring ten posters for your viewing pleasure. I may keep it at ten per week for a while. I feel that if I feature less than ten then I’m cheating you, the viewer; if I feature more than ten I’m spreading myself too thin and that makes it that much harder to find something for next week. Anyway, enjoy!

The Shining by DirtyGreatPixels

The Shining by DirtyGreatPixels

The Man with the Golden Gun by Mike Mahle

The Man with the Golden Gun by Mike Mahle

Inclusion (Jurassic Park) by Aaron Horkey

Inclusion (Jurassic Park) by Aaron Horkey

Halloween by Jason Edmiston

Halloween by Jason Edmiston

Evil Dead 2 by elvisdead

Evil Dead 2 by elvisdead

Dracula, Prince of Darkness by Francesco Francavilla

Dracula, Prince of Darkness by Francesco Francavilla

Dracula by Jonathan Burton

Dracula by Jonathan Burton

Alien by Simon Carpenter

Alien by Simon Carpenter

A Nightmare on Elm Street by Nathan Thomas Milliner

A Nightmare on Elm Street by Nathan Thomas Milliner

A Clockwork Orange by Adam Rabalais

A Clockwork Orange by Adam Rabalais

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32 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR MAY 9, 2016

      • it’s one of my favorite parts of that film, too. it’s just so genuinely creepy when Lugosi catches the brides about to munch on Harker…I mean Renfield lol.

        • I liked in Bram Stoker’s Dracula when Dracula offered them an infant to satiate them. Not because I want to see a child harmed but because it was just such a dark and creepy scene.

          • Yes! Also was in the novel. I’m glad that Coppola put it in. I think it was the first Drac flick to show the actual infant, if I’m not mistaken. It was always hinted at or suggested, but never shown.

          • What added to it all was that sinister laugh that Gary Oldman as Dracula lets out as he watches Reeve’s Harker descend into madness.

          • yes exactly! that was the icing on the cake for that scene. still sends chills down my spine!

  1. Ten is a good round number to keep it to, well thought-out. I hear ya.

    “The Shining” poster really takes me back to viewing that film on a late night. Love the old timey artwork on the Jurassic Park panel. Man, the Christopher Lee poster, that says a lot looking at Dracula in two views, the handsome/mysterious, and then the monster. Mmm, Bela Lugosi’s Dracula, too. I’m hip on it, especially with that view of the light just on his eyes. The Alien poster is so creepy just showing where the parasite grows to take over. Nightmare On Elm Street art provides so many characters and lives and all the horror of that dreamworld that destroys so many and them fighting the good fight.

    Wow, Clockwork Orange, I sense Alex is “Singin’ In The Rain”! That is marvelous, especially with the eyeball as the glowing bulb of the streetlamp.

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