Danish Wenzel

I know, it sounds like a food — but Karl Wenzel was actually a rather famous designer of Danish movie posters back in the day. Just take a taste of his delicious eye candy for yourself! (EMoviePoster)

Old Love.

Most Hollywood movies are all about young love (or anything else they think will score at the box office) — but I’ve got a soft spot in my heart for these ageless romantics.

And don’t forget the timeless Cocoon posters by the legendary illustrator, John Alvin.

Best or Worst List?

Yahoo released its Best and Worst movie posters of 2011. Do you agree or it just a bunch of pay-per-click hooey?

Zoo Story

I’m liking the new teaser posters for Cameron Crowe’s We Bought A Zoo — even if the tree motif has been well documented over the years. (ImpAwards)

Inception-ing the Tree of Life

Two recent movies that I wanted to love — but, honestly, didn’t quite totally understand (although the visuals were stunning) were Inception and The Tree of Life. Luckily, my cognitive limitations didn’t prevent me from enjoying their maze-terful movie posters/marketing campaigns!


The producers of the new erotic drama, Shame, are testing the theory that less is more — at least when it comes to sex. Directed by Steve McQueen (no, not that Steve McQueen!) and starring Michael Fassbender (Inglourious Basterds) and Carey Mulligan, the new NC-17 film is set for limited release today and it will be intriguing to see how this steamy adult pic fares at the box office.

American moviegoing audiences, notoriously prudish when it comes to on-screen sex in film, will soon decide if they are a-Shame-d or not to see this flick. (ImpAwards)

Carnage Knowledge

Roman Polanski’s new movie-based-on-a-play, Carnage, seems to have a lot in common with some of those foursome films of the 1970’s — Carnal Knowledge and Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice — except without the sex!

Separated At Sea?

JFK – Hope = J. Edgar?