ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR FEBRUARY 6, 2017

First week of February, first set of posters. I hope you enjoy them. I’ve never mentioned this but I want to say that to me this is the absolute favorite part of this blog . Thank you.

Alien by Chris Garafolo

Alien by Chris Garafolo

Badlands by Adam Juresko

Badlands by Adam Juresko

Cronos by Martin Ansin

Cronos by Martin Ansin

The Devil's Backbone by Vania Zouraliov and Aaron Horkey

The Devil’s Backbone by Vania Zouraliov and Aaron Horkey

Hellboy by Florian Bertmer

Hellboy by Florian Bertmer

Jurassic Park by Rich Kelly

Jurassic Park by Rich Kelly

Let the Right One In by Nate Ashley

Let the Right One In by Nate Ashley

Mars Attacks! by Jordan Debney

Mars Attacks! by Jordan Debney

Psycho by Dave Stafford

Psycho by Dave Stafford

Pulp Fiction by Laurent Durieux

Pulp Fiction by Laurent Durieux

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24 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR FEBRUARY 6, 2017

  1. Alien, Let the Right One In, Jurassic Park, Pulp Fiction, Mars Attacks are all great. I think they’re all better than Psycho but I’ll give it to Psycho. I hope you understand. 🙂 I enjoy these posts from your blog too.

  2. These are amazing and very detailed. Great find. I have seen most of these films which are great too aside from not having seen badlands( which reminds me of Alice and Wonderland ahem)and Mars Attacks. I would love to have the Psycho one on my wall heh because I’m a fan of Mr hitchcocks films. ☺

    • The Psycho poster would look great on any wall. As for Badlands did you know the film is loosely based on the killing spree committed by Charles Starkweather and his girlfriend Caril Ann Fugate in Nebraska and Wyoming in the 1950’s? I’m curious as to why it reminds you of Alice in Wonderland.

      • Sounds terrifying but thank you for the information. I suppose now It’s far less Alice.

        Visually as I had no idea of the movies concept I thought of a scene where Alice grows too large for a house she’s in and she seems to be wearing it.

          • Sounds right to me☺ and that’s quite alright. It can be both interpretation in a bizzare outlook. I shall check out the film soon anyway. I’ve seen Natural Born Killers which gives me the vibe this may be somewhat similar.

          • I’m not sure about similar (there’s none of the bizarre imagery of NBK); it definitely falls into the criminals and lovers(?) on the run category. Badlands was Terence Malick’s debut film and it is a beautiful and subtly savage masterpiece in my oh so humble opinion.

  3. That giant egg is a knock out for what they are finding in that Alien flick! The house on the gals head is pretty surreal! “Let The Right One In” looks scary! The art for the “Psycho” poster fits the time period so well and the sexy, though ghastly, appeal. (Sorry! I’m not on this as much as once.) Great goodies, though!

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