…all the way back to the 70s (French Connection)! (IMP)
Even teenage thieves have to start somewhere…
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.
The new one-sheet for It’s A Disaster offers an updated take on one of my all-time favorite 80s movie posters — the Burt Reynolds starrer, Paternity (designed by Birney Lettick), as well as the Belushi-Spielberg comedy, 1941. (IMP)
The new Gatsby poster adds some polish to the car movie poster.
But if you’re really serious about your automotive-inspired one-sheets, you’ll get plenty of mileage out of Paul Veysey’s Motorin’ Movie Posters book.(IMP)
This new Spring Breakers poster reminds me of the 90s Big Chill ripoff, Indian Summer.(IMP)
The minimalist poster for the new Malick romancer, To The Wonder, bears a striking moodiness reminiscent of Alcatraz…