Halloween’s Thanksgiving’s over — so how ’bout we take off that mask? And btw, how come this trendy 1970’s look went out of style for bank robbers and thugs? Judging from these foglis, Italian artist , aka MOS Mario De Berardinis, did his darnedest for posterity! ( EMP)
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Tagged fogli, italian poster, manifesto, mario de berardinis, MOS, mos almos, murderers of brooklyn, terror in rome
Hollywood remakes another 80s classic.
The Outsiders? No. Footloose? Been there, done that. Karate Kid? That’s so two years ago.
Make it a code red, baby! They should’ve kept
one-sheet design from the original. ( John Alvin’s IMP)
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Tagged 1984, 2012, John Alvin, poster, red dawn
romantic dangerous? Thrills, spills, snipers, and a gasmask. And make sure the girl is packing, too!
Looks like the James Bond producers are seeing the
daylight at the end of the tunnel for the new one-sheet…( Skyfall IMP)
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Tagged james bond, living daylights, posters, skyfall
The 2012 American Film Market is back with its annual list of the
seeking distribution… best and worst b-movie posters
I’m a sucker for dogs — even when they get mixed up with a bunch of
. Let’s just hope the Shih Tzu makes it to the final credits. ( Psychopaths IMP)
Bad Ass like a man carrying a baseball bat — or a big hunk of wood…