Another week and I have more posters for all of you. One in particular, Hollywood Movie Monsters by Ryan Huddle, does not focus on any one film; instead it pays tribute to…well, you’ll have to see it to appreciate it. Enjoy.
I received a comment for my post on Alt-Postr-Spotlight: Stephen King’s It. It reads: “Hey man, thanks for the feature, but it’s REALLY not cool to re-post other people’s artwork without linking back to the original source.” I replied with “You were given credit for your artwork. I’ve been doing this feature for the past year and no one has complained. In fact it has been the opposite with several artists thanking me for featuring them. I’ll remove your art. Thank you.”
If there are any artists reading this whose work I have featured on here and want their work removed please let me know and I will remove it without question. It is not my intent to steal your work; you are given credit for every piece that I feature here. I do this series (Alt-Postr-Monday) as my way of saying thank you for the fantastic work that all of you do and to share it with the rest of the world. I do not sell your work nor do I ever take credit for your work. I am in awe of what you do and I guarantee you I am not the only one. Thank you.
Here’s the last set of Alt-Posters before Christmas. I hope you all enjoy them.
Synopsis: Psychologist Peter Bower’s life is thrown into turmoil when he discovers that the patients he has been seeing are ghosts. Risking his own sanity, Peter delves into his past to uncover a terrifying secret which only he can put right.
I have to say that the trailer for Backtrack makes it look pretty darn good! Also, with two accomplished and dependable stars like Adrien Brody (King Kong) and Sam Neill (In the Mouth of Madness) leading the way it makes you wonder how it can even go wrong. Backtrack also stars The Loved Ones resident psycho biotch Robin McLeavy and is written and directed by Michael Petroni, the screenwriter for Possession and The Book Thief and director of Till Human Voices Wake Us. Backtrack has been making its way through the film festival circuit and hopefully will have an official release date in the near future. Until then and as usual enjoy the trailer below.
First set of Alt-Postrs for November; here’s hoping you like them.
First things first. The creator of The Pit of Ultimate Dark Shadows, Daryl Wor, would like to hear from you. She wants to make the podcast the best that it can possibly be and she needs your feedback to do that. What do you like about the podcast? What do you hate about the podcast? Whatever it is she wants to know so tell us in the comments section of this post. The more she knows the better The Pit of Ultimate Dark Shadows can be. Now that all that has been said…
…Here’s hoping that everyone had a Merry Christmas and that 2015 will be a great year for you. Our apologies from us here at Written in Blood and The Pit of Ultimate Dark Shadows for the long wait between episodes; unfortunately some things cannot be avoided and this was one of those things.
As always take care…and stay scared.
From KING KONG (1933) and featuring Robert Armstrong as Carl Denham:
“Oh no, it wasn’t the airplanes. It was beauty killed the beast.”