ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR JULY 11, 2016

Another week and I have more posters for all of you. One in particular, Hollywood Movie Monsters by Ryan Huddle, does not focus on any one film; instead it pays tribute to…well, you’ll have to see it to appreciate it. Enjoy.

300: Rise Of An Empire by Alex Pardee

300: Rise Of An Empire by Alex Pardee

Blazing Saddles by Chris Weston

Blazing Saddles by Chris Weston

Friday the 13th by Joe Vetoe

Friday the 13th by Joe Vetoe

Hollywood Movie Monsters by Ryan Huddle

Hollywood Movie Monsters by Ryan Huddle

King Kong by Jonathan Burton

King Kong by Jonathan Burton

Lost Carcosa (True Detective) by Anthony Petrie

Lost Carcosa (True Detective) by Anthony Petrie

Princess Mononoke by Chris Koh

Princess Mononoke by Chris Koh

Salem's Lot by Mike Saputo

Salem’s Lot by Mike Saputo

The Big Lebowski by Dave Nestler

The Big Lebowski by Dave Nestler

Tomorrow Never Dies by Mike Mahle

Tomorrow Never Dies by Mike Mahle

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24 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR JULY 11, 2016

  1. 300 and Salem’s Lot grab my attention and Tomorrow Never Dies too for a different reason. 😉 Yet there’s something beautifully understated about Jason Voorhees and I really did the Movie Monsters one for seamlessly blending eras.

  2. Salem’s Lot all day and all night – so creepy! Hollywood Movie Monsters is also a really cool poster and King King along with Blazing Saddles are great finds. Nice work this week.

  3. With 200 I’m getting lost between thinking the mask is fire or blood, which is cool. The boat coming out of one eye, the structure in the mouth and the standing man in the chin is all displaying icons we need to set in different focal points. Well done. The extreme fun of Blazing Saddles! What a collection of caricature and so to see the faces done closely to that form is spot-on!

    Gloomy Jason gets a spot here, haunting and not so mysterious considering his weapon of choice. Pipes and boxes surrounding the Hollywood Movie monsters… a spectacular display of so much we’ve come to know and “love”/”fear”. Definitely a favourite in this collection, as it is a collection itself! Lost Carcosa I don’t know but the artwork is lovely in it’s varying degrees of being so haunting. Never saw Salem’s Lot either but if you stick a haunted looking house in the scene you win me regardless.

    The Dude is looking beyond confident in The Big Lebowski offering here. That would be strangely scary under a black-light. And Tomorrow Never Dies, the one Bond film I saw in the theater. Thank you!

    • I hope you meant to say 300 or else that army is in a lot more trouble. Lost Carcosa is the name of the piece of art; the images from said piece are inspired by Season 1 of True Detective starry Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey. As for the Dude I agree with that whole black light thing. As for Bond, James Bond I have seen them all but Spectre is the sole one I have seen in the theater. Thank you!

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