ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR OCTOBER 24, 2016

October is almost over and here are ten more posters for all of you to enjoy.

A Nightmare on Elm Street by Matt Ryan Tobin

A Nightmare on Elm Street by Matt Ryan Tobin

American Horror Story by David Moscati

American Horror Story by David Moscati

Chucky by Matt Ryan Tobin

Chucky by Matt Ryan Tobin

Ran by Kevin Tong

Ran by Kevin Tong

Ray Harryhausen by Joe Wilson

Ray Harryhausen by Joe Wilson

The Silence of the Lambs by Matt Verges

The Silence of the Lambs by Matt Verges

Star Wars vs Star Trek by Mike Mahle

Star Wars vs Star Trek by Mike Mahle

The Mummy by Laurent Durieux

The Mummy by Laurent Durieux

The Witch by David Moscati

The Witch by David Moscati

Thunderball by David O'Daniel

Thunderball by David O’Daniel

 

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22 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR OCTOBER 24, 2016

  1. Well that load of arms from Freddy jumped out at me like nobody’s business! Well done on the house and the spooky clouds, full moon and that dreadful grimace our Dream-Master has. (Hey, I hired the right guy for Episode 3! What a cat!) Definitely digging the simplicity of American Horror Story. Just straightforward imagery, homey but horrible! I don’t know “Ran” but it sure look like the sky is loaded and falling!

    Awww, soft spot for Ray Harryhausen. I feel that love for sure. Wonderful display of so many creations. Uh-oh, Darth and Spock. That is giving me some wide grins. The very idea; so evocative. I’ve been talking with a friend about “The Mummy” and the love story within looks to be very well displayed here even with the knife in hand. Darkness rules for “The Witch”, always up for wooded areas even if they are on a demon’s scalp. The intricacy for “Thunderball” is a marvel to behold. Good to look over the ornate beauty a simple playing card can hold.

    Hope I did good. I’m back in creation mode over here. Just remembering how the heck I created all I previously created and learning how to do it again if I can. It’s s-l-o-w-l-y creeping back! *knock on wood* And it’s the 24th anniversary of meeting my spouse today. Oh, and I’m wearing my 6-dollar Dia De Los Muertos T-shirt. ^_^

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