ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR JUNE 13, 2016

Half of this weeks posters were from films that were literary before they were cinematic; better inspired by another source than to be a tired remake, right? Enjoy!

A View to a Kill by Mike Mahle

A View to a Kill by Mike Mahle

Every Which Way But Loose by Chris Malbon

Every Which Way But Loose by Chris Malbon

The Crow by Florey

The Crow by Florey

The Green Inferno by Dan Mumford

The Green Inferno by Dan Mumford

The Jungle Book by Andrew Ghrist

The Jungle Book by Andrew Ghrist

The Lost Boys by Matt Ryan Tobin

The Lost Boys by Matt Ryan Tobin

The Mist by Dan Mumford

The Mist by Dan Mumford

The Princess Bride by Ise Ananphada

The Princess Bride by Ise Ananphada

The Raven by Kevin Tong

The Raven by Kevin Tong

The Thing by Sam Wolfe Connelly

The Thing by Sam Wolfe Connelly

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20 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR JUNE 13, 2016

  1. Love that vertical slicing of words down the middle for “The Crow”. Gives the image impact through the dripping blood. Dang! That red for The Green Inferno is so haunting! Whoah, I had to do a quintuple take on The Jungle Book with everything going on. So rich in detail and ornamentation!

    Shiste! The many faces of Santa Carla all displayed through our murder capital of the world’s lettering. Ah, yes. I know that board walk well. (There is a mention of The Lost Boys and Santa Cruz/Carla in my third podcast. Very fun! *plug, plug* 😉 )

    Lovely storybook reverie in The Princess Bride. Absolutely wonderful film. Mmm, The Raven, this one reminds me more of the poem itself than any of the films produced via the same name. I’m deducing that was the aim and I enjoy that; a classic appeal here with the olden statue and our bird in flight.

    Ouch! The Thing is c-o-l-d, b-r-r-r-r-r! I’m feelin’ bad for that guy laid out in what presumably shows his last moment alive.

    Ah! And now I can finally get to my breakfast after my coffee. It’s late and I was doing a story post for hours and hours prior to this. (And I had to re-load this page a zillion times, so if you can overblown stats for this that was likely me!) Thank ye, sir.

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