The Django Chain

Nobody does character posters better than Quentin Tarantino, as seen here for the upcoming Django Unchained — although, much like his films, this marketing ploy has been “borrowed” so much from other studios/filmmakers that it’s hard to remember that he was the one who reinvigorated the concept.

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Django Bass!

Quentin Tarantino has gone Saul Bass on our ass (or perhaps it was a combo platter of Rene Ferracci’s Wild Bunch and Thief of Paris that caught his eye) with the new teaser for his upcoming spaghetti western, Django Unchained. (ImpAwards)

Tarantino Meets Django!

What do you know? Just last week, we featured the beautiful Italian movie posters by Symeoni and Gasparri from the 1960s spaghetti western, Django — and now comes word that Quentin Tarantino has just finished his latest script, Django Unchained, which will surely be a bloody, modern Southern-ized update on the much-heralded, though little-seen classic

Remake Monday: Bastardized!

Okay, Quentin Tarantino‘s Inglorious Basterds (2009) isn’t technically a remake of the Inglorious Bastards of ’78 — other than the title and a slight plot resemblance of ex-WWII soldiers wreaking havoc on the Nazis…but, with the recent success of The Expendables, there’s no doubt that QT reinvented what surely will be a new wave of 70’s style action-adventure ensemble films.

Youssef the Man!

I’m usually not a big fan of re-imagined, hipster movie posters — but while looking up artwork on Wes Anderson, I discovered the minimalist marvels of Toronto-based designer, Ibraheem Youssef, who has garnered quite a following on SlashFilm and the like…and deservedly so!