Tagged: posters

The Lost Boys

POSTERS: The Lost Boys

If you’re a film geek who grew up in the 80s, there’s a good chance Joel Schumacher’s The Lost Boys might be one of...

The Mechanic

POSTERS: The Mechanic

In this 1972 crime-action-thriller classic Charles Bronson is Arthur Bishop, a connisseur of fine things. He lives in a luxurious home, collects expensive art...

Young Frankenstein

POSTERS: Young Frankenstein

Mel Brooks has made some of the most hilarious comedies in cinema from The Producers to Spaceballs and Young Frankenstein (1974) is what I...

Touch of Evil

POSTERS: Touch of Evil

Ever since first seeing Touch of Evil (1958) it has been one of my favorite films. It is often cited as one of the...

Carrie

POSTERS: Carrie

Brian DePalma’s Carrie. It doesn’t get much more cinematically thrilling than this one. Based on the book by Stephen King, it has become a...

Three O'Clock High

POSTERS: Three O’Clock High

The 1980s were abundant with teenager based films. From geeky coming of age stories to bloody slasher films to raunchy sex comedies you had...

The Poseidon Adventure

POSTERS: The Poseidon Adventure

The disaster film was one of the most popular subgenres audiences flocked to during the 1970s. There were several big hits such as the...

Batman

POSTERS: The Dark Knight

Director Christopher Nolan‘s second film in the re-booted Batman series turned out be one of the best super hero films ever made. The introduction...

The Dogs of War

POSTERS: The Dogs of War

This 1980 war film directed by John Irvin (Raw Deal, Hamburger Hill) and photographed by Jack Cardiff (Dark of the Sun) was based on...

Bluto peeps

POSTERS: Animal House

“Bluto’s right. Psychotic… but absolutely right. We gotta take these bastards. Now we could do it with conventional weapons, but that could take years...