ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR OCTOBER 3, 2016

A new and scary month and ten more alt-posters for you to enjoy.

A Clockwork Orange by Nikita Kaun

A Clockwork Orange by Nikita Kaun

Creature from the Black Lagoon by Dave Nestler

Creature from the Black Lagoon by Dave Nestler

Doctor Who and the Daleks by Tim Doyle

Doctor Who and the Daleks by Tim Doyle

Nosferatu by Chris Garofalo

Nosferatu by Chris Garofalo

Prometheus by Craig Drake

Prometheus by Craig Drake

Star Trek: First Contact by Dan Mumford

Star Trek: First Contact by Dan Mumford

The Hateful Eight by Jason Edmiston

The Hateful Eight by Jason Edmiston

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug by Nicolas DeLort

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug by Nicolas DeLort

The Shining by Joshua Budich

The Shining by Joshua Budich

Vertigo by Jonathan Burton

Vertigo by Jonathan Burton

 

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17 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR OCTOBER 3, 2016

  1. Black Lagoon, Star Trek, and The Hobbit (love the black and white) stood out to me. I also loved the color and life in the Dr. Who poster. Great choices once again.

  2. All right I was a little grossed out at the lactation, but then I remembered them hanging out in a milk-bar so that certainly works! Alex is looking as creepy as ever. The colours are what I really dig on the Creature From The Black Lagoon! And the softness. Mmmmmmmmm! Daleks! Very good and however threatening they appear we know the good Doctor is there at the bottom to help win the day. That’s what’s nice here is that he’s smaller in the image but his special solutions are meant to appear small and therefore less detectable. Beautiful title shot for Nosferatu! And wow for the First Contact poster, it’s got an H.R. Giger aspect to it, which I often felt was appropriate for The Borg.

    The Hobbit art is wonderfully spooky and grim. Really sets the mood for this coming month. Vertigo is incredible haunting as we see the woman both face up and face down in the water.
    Thanks for the selection! Happy October!

    • I liked the Hobbit films. I still haven’t seen the LOTR trilogy and I have had the Blu-ray extended editions for at least 4 years now. As much as I liked the movies I do agree with you.

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