ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR NOVEMBER 21, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving and here’s hoping there are no turkeys in this week’s batch of alt-posters.

Alien by StudioKXX

Alien by StudioKXX

Metropolis by Ken Taylor

Metropolis by Ken Taylor

Spirited Away by AJ Frena

Spirited Away by AJ Frena

The Graduate by Rory Kurtz

The Graduate by Rory Kurtz

The Jungle Book by Daniel Nash

The Jungle Book by Daniel Nash

The Wicker Man by Greg Ruth

The Wicker Man by Greg Ruth

The Witch by Thomas Riegler

The Witch by Thomas Riegler

The Wizard of Oz by Alex Hess

The Wizard of Oz by Alex Hess

Under the Skin by Thomas Riegler

Under the Skin by Thomas Riegler

Westworld by Ollie Boyd

Westworld by Ollie Boyd

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16 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR NOVEMBER 21, 2016

  1. Not one in here I didn’t like. A favourite, I don’t know. The Graduate is clever and great looking, the original design of the film Metropolis what makes that poster so good. The Jungle Book maybe but then Westworld is so eye catching. The Witch. Under the Skin. Can’t decide.

  2. Always up for the Alien, and the digital effects over it enhances the science fiction feel.Though I haven’t seen (or have no memory of seeing) Metropolis, I always love the artwork for that one. It’s like the vertical line aspect I always dig. Well done on Spirited Away, in fact I’d love to visualize the characters with this artwork for that film. It gives it more of a Brian Froud feeling. The Witch is soooo intense with all of what’s going on as a merging of eye, curving of horn, and the blending of trees. The purple is so attractive in the literal sense, too! And the moon as the pupil. Amazing work!

    For Westworld, that says it all in the mechanical workings of the players. (I often wanted to see films about all the other worlds people were going to, by the way.) I definitely remember seeing it as a teenager with that snarky attitude teenagers get, but ultimately Yul Brenner’s character was much like The Terminator for the time period. I heard tell of my folks going to see Westworld double-billed with Soylent Green. Westworld was easier on them as Soylent Green made them feel horrible.The revelation of that expressed to me how several films in the 1970’s leaned toward a very sickening outlook for our future.

    I’m grateful for what splendours we still have to enjoy. Happy Thanksgiving, Written In Blood!

    • I loved The Witch and even though I hated Under the Skin as a movie I do have to agree with you about the poster. For both posters, actually.

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