ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR FEBRUARY 27, 2017

There are days when you don’t want to turn on your computer because you just know that there’s going to be bad news. Case in point is when I get slapped in the face with the news that actor Bill Paxton has died. If any of you out there have never seen a Bill Paxton movie and, trust me, you have seen a Bill Paxton movie then you will know that this man was one of the most talented and criminally underrated performers to ever grace both a movie and TV screen. Rest in Peace, Bill. You may be gone but it will never be “Game Over, man!”

Now. on to this week’s batch of posters. I hope you enjoy them.

A Nightmare on Elm Street by New Flesh

A Nightmare on Elm Street by New Flesh

Arrival by Cristian Eres

Arrival by Cristian Eres

Blade Runner by AJ Frena

Blade Runner by AJ Frena

Drive by Nikita Kaun

Drive by Nikita Kaun

Halloween by Alleycat Graphics

Halloween by Alleycat Graphics

Mars Attacks! by Jeff Agala

Mars Attacks! by Jeff Agala

Pulp Fiction by Marie Bergeron

Pulp Fiction by Marie Bergeron

Scott Pilgrim vs the World by Martin Ansin

Scott Pilgrim vs the World by Martin Ansin

Suspiria by Matt Ryan Tobin

Suspiria by Matt Ryan Tobin

The Lion KIng by Steven Luros Holliday

The Lion KIng by Steven Luros Holliday

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26 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR FEBRUARY 27, 2017

  1. My vote would be for Blade Runner or Suspiria. Both jumped off at me. Great finds once again.

    Glad you said something about Bill Paxton. He was always one of my favorites to watch on screen. I just knew that when he was involved he would give it his all. He also brought so much unique life to the characters he played. I keep thinking of “Near Dark” and how he played a perfect one line stealing vampire or “Club Dread” as Coconut Pete. Totally different roles and he nailed them both. I could go on, but I don’t want to take up too much time. R.I.P. Bill.

    • As soon as I heard of his passing I thought, “I’m going to miss this man more than I could have ever imagined.” Did you know that he got to see President John F. Kennedy mere hours before Kennedy’s assassination? The young boy in the picture who is head and shoulders above the crowd is an 8 year-old Bill Paxton.

      • I saw that picture. Kind of funny that even then he was standing out from the crowd. I had went to check the headlines for the day on my tablet. I almost screamed “no” when I saw the news he had passed. Just can’t believe he is gone. Of all the recently celebrity passings, his hurt the most.

  2. Aw Freddy, yeah I’ve been thinking a lot about him. And the artwork really brings out all the memories and instances of what the characters suffered at his non-mercies. I’m whoahing on Arrival. Just so otherworldly. Blade Runner is a trip with that owl as a key icon. Oh dear, Halloween. That reflection in the knife brings home what is happening in that flick! Great 50’s appeal with the flat for Pulp Fiction. Suspiria, oh heavens. The doors and doors and doors. (Wasn’t Joan Bennett in that one?) Love wrapping things up with the cuddly Lion King, which is really neat to see done so realistically.

  3. Not often I love every single poster u blog but hot dang, we got the jackpot today 😆

    And for Bill, so true, extremely underrated actor but he delivered in all his movies… amazing actor.

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