ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR OCTOBER 17, 2016

Hope you all enjoy these.

Alien by James Rheem Davis

Alien by James Rheem Davis

Ant-Man by Ken Taylor

Ant-Man by Ken Taylor

Batman Returns by Steven Luros Holliday

Batman Returns by Steven Luros Holliday

Die Hard by Ron Guyatt

Die Hard by Ron Guyatt

Hellboy by Zakuro Aoyama

Hellboy by Zakuro Aoyama

Robocop by Grzegorz Domaradzki

Robocop by Grzegorz Domaradzki

The Jungle Book by Andy Fairhurst

The Jungle Book by Andy Fairhurst

The Village by scottaslow

The Village by scottaslow

The War of the Worlds by Tom Whalen

The War of the Worlds by Tom Whalen

True Detective: Man is the Cruelest Animal by Juan Hugo Martinez

True Detective: Man is the Cruelest Animal by Juan Hugo Martinez

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

  1. I love the grey and black imagery with the green blotch for Alien. That brings out the murky mystique of the monster. (Though we wonder how many viewers would have attended if they saw the creature here!) Batman Returns is so well done in that same sense of black and white but with a particular yellow poking out to represent his logo. That second movie really took a different twist in character development. Die Hard shows a theme of man against a mountain, almost. A mountain of terror and troubles is certainly shown in the menacing building towering before John MacLaine.

    Murky again in The Jungle Book, feeling that humid glow in the jungle and our creatures who share the journey within. The Village poster is probably my favourite from this set as I’m always drawn to that stark contrast between sky and dormant trees. War of The Worlds really grabs me for the brightness of orange and purple. The history of that story reveals so much more than the tale itself.

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