I like the old-time, horror movie feel to Matthew Gallagher’s Dracula poster. The extreme close-up of Lugosi’s face is effective and props to Gallagher’s color and font choices. Well done, Mr. Gallagher.
This is one of the best (and most inspired) DeepFake videos yet. Hats off to Brian Monarch.
Thanks to StalloneZoner, Steve Reeves for the heads-up!
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They did make a movie before The Expendables and Escape Plan! Haha… Check out Arnold and Sly in this classic scene from Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times!
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Isn’t this Psycho poster by Ignacio RC one of the most creative and beautiful posters you’ve seen lately? I love it. Here’s what Ignacio had to say about his inspiration for the piece…
I always loved Atari box art (Cliff Spohn, Steve Hendricks…) and particularly Steve Hendricks art for ‘Haunted House’ Atari 2600 game, so wanted to play with the same concept for ‘Psycho’, just for fun and practice.
Ignacio RC is an illustrator from A Coruña in Spain. If you’d like to see more of Ignacio RC’s art, you can check out his gallery.
Source: Poster Spy.
The cover above is to Barry Windsor Smith’s Monsters. As many of our readers know, BWS is considered to be one of the greatest artistic geniuses to have ever worked in comics. Smith’s last comic work was in 2005 and many thought he had retired. Little did we know that he had been working on Monsters for 35 years.
35 years in the making, the most anticipated graphic novel in recent comics history!
The year is 1964. Bobby Bailey doesn’t realize he is about to fulfill his tragic destiny when he walks into a US Army recruitment office to join up. Close-mouthed, damaged, innocent, trying to forget a past and looking for a future, it turns out that Bailey is the perfect candidate for a secret U.S. government experimental program, an unholy continuation of a genetics program that was discovered in Nazi Germany nearly 20 years earlier in the waning days of World War II. Bailey’s only ally and protector, Sergeant McFarland, intervenes, which sets off a chain of cascading events that spin out of everyone’s control. As the titular monsters of the title multiply, becoming real and metaphorical, literal and ironic, the story reaches its emotional and moral reckoning.
Monsters is the legendary project Barry Windsor-Smith has been working on for over 35 years. A 380-page tour de force of visual storytelling, Monsters’ narrative canvas is both vast and deep: part familial drama, part political thriller, part metaphysical journey, it is an intimate portrait of individuals struggling to reclaim their lives and an epic political odyssey across two generations of American history. Trauma, fate, conscience, and redemption are just a few of the themes that intersect in the most ambitious graphic novel of Windsor-Smith’s career.
Monsters is rendered in Windsor-Smith’s impeccable pen-and-ink technique, the visual storytelling with its sensitivity to gesture and composition is the most sophisticated of the artist’s career. There are passages of heartbreaking tenderness, of excruciating pain, and devastating violence. It is surely one of the most intense graphic novels ever drawn.
Black and white illustrations.
Monsters by Barry Windsor Smith will be released on January 19, 2021. It is available for pre-order now. Deal me in.
Both the poster and trailer for Always and Forever aren’t bad. This is another film that normally wouldn’t be my type of movie, but yet, I’m interested in seeing it thanks to the trailer.
The poster and trailer for Minor Premise are here. I like the poster, but I wonder if it will make folks think it is more of a horror film than a psychological drama… or at least a different kind of horror film that it may turn out to be.
Attempting to surpass his father’s legacy, a reclusive neuroscientist becomes entangled in his own experiment, pitting ten fragments of his consciousness against each other.
The Breach trailer is here. Bruce Willis and Thomas Jane are in it, and I like both of these guys. I hope this turns out to be a fun ride.
Way back on June 16th of this year I posted the (really cool painted) poster and trailer to Blood Vessel. It was scheduled to hit theaters in July, but due to the pandemic, I’m not sure if it was even released.
The good news is Blood Vessel is coming to Shudder and we have a second trailer. I’m looking forward to seeing Blood Vessel. How can it not be fun with Nazis and vampires during World War II?
Somewhere in the North Atlantic, late 1945, a life raft adrift at sea, and in it, the survivors of a torpedoed hospital ship. With no food, water, or shelter, all seems lost until a seemingly abandoned German minesweeper drifts ominously towards them, giving them one last chance at survival—if they can survive the bloodthirsty monsters on board. Starring Nathan Phillips (Wolf Creek), Alyssa Sutherland (Vikings), Robert Taylor (Longmire), directed by Justin Dix (Crawlspace). A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE.
The trailer for What Lies Below is, uh, below. It looks to be one type of movie, then changes to be quite a different one… one that I think I might like!
US Release Date: December 4, 2020
Starring: Mena Suvari, Ema Horvath, Trey Tucker
Directed By: Braden R. Duemmler
Synopsis: Liberty, a socially awkward 16-year-old, returns from two months at camp to a blindsided introduction of her Mother’s fiancé, John Smith, whose charm, intelligence, and beauty paint the picture of a man too perfect to be human.
The poster and trailer for Songbird are here. There has been quite a bit of discussion that using COVID as the cause of the plague was a bad move, was done too soon and at the very least was in bad taste. I can see those points.
I also see a trailer that makes me want to watch the film. If the movie is a good one, I hope that the concerns above don’t keep it from getting an audience.
Four years into quarantine the virus has changed and so have we…
In the terrifying thriller SONGBIRD, the COVID-23 virus has mutated and the world is in its fourth year of lockdown. Infected Americans are ripped from their homes and forced into quarantine camps known as Q-Zones, from which there is no escape, as a few brave souls fight back against the forces of oppression. Amid this dystopian landscape, a fearless courier, Nico (KJ Apa), who’s immune to the deadly pathogen,
finds hope and love with Sara (Sofia Carson), though her lockdown prohibits them from physical contact. When Sara is believed to have become infected, Nico races desperately across the barren streets of Los Angeles in search of the only thing that can save her from imprisonment … or worse.
The first feature film to be made during COVID-19 in Los Angeles, and about the pandemic itself, SONGBIRD also stars Bradley Whitford and Demi Moore as a wealthy couple who may hold the key to Nico’s mission; Alexandra Daddario as a singer enmeshed in a messy and forbidden affair; Paul Walter Hauser as a disabled veteran whose best friend – a drone named Max – is his eyes and ears to a world that has left him behind; Craig Robinson as Nico’s boss; and Peter Stormare as the corrupt head of the city’s “sanitation” department, which seizes those infected and transports them to the Q-Zone.
Genre: Sci-Fi Thriller
Cast: KJ Apa, Sofia Carson, Craig Robinson, Bradley Whitford, Peter Stormare, Alexandra Daddario, with Paul Walter Hauser and Demi Moore
Writers: Adam Mason & Simon Boyes
Director: Adam Mason
Producers: Michael Bay, Marcei A. Brown, Jason Clark, Jeanette Volturno, Adam Goodman, Andrew Sugerman, Eben Davidson
So the poster and trailer for Halloween Kills has premiered although we won’t see the movie until October 2021. That is a LOT of lead time.
I am a fan of the original Halloween movie. I watched the first couple of sequels but then lost interest. I do plan to see the last Halloween film that Jamie Lee Curtis starred in and am surprisingly looking forward to Halloween Kills. I wonder if that will change in the coming year.
Face Mask is a really well done short horror film. I’d love to see these folks do a full length feature. Face Mask works because of the slow build of tension, without gore, monsters or jump scares. Bravo to all involved!
Today Mondo is releasing the five Universal Monsters prints (as well as variant editions). They are really nice and include…
It is worth a click over to see them in a larger size to enjoy their beauty!
Drew Struzan’s art, like the wolfman piece above, always makes the day a little better! So anytime you need a day brightener, head over to Drew Struzan’s Instagram!