Before Bill O’Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, and Sean Hannity, there was a big mouthed, Shepard Smith-looking TV talk show host called Morton Downey. And now you can see Evocateur, the documentary about the man — and the one-sheet which is a clever take-off on the famous Pink Floyd poster.
Enter Sandman could easily be the title of a 1940’s horror film — so Metallica fans will be thrilled to see lead guitarist Kirk Hammett’s rockin’ collection of pricey horror movie memorabilia in his new book, Too Much Horror Business…(MOPO)
Old school rock legend, Neil Young, has signed up new school poster star, Shepard Fairey, to do a whole batch of cover art for his new album, Americana, which kinda reminds me of that classic one-sheet for Terence Malick’s Days of Heaven…
Pink is the new black — at least when it comes to the trendy font flavor of the movie poster. Needless to say, the color has been around for a while ever since it got its start on Jack Rickard’sPink Panther one-sheet back in 1963 and continued its hot streak up through the 1980s with a string of John Hughes movies. (ImpAwards)