Limited Runs - Alternative Movie Posters
We have here a 1990 Japanese B2 lithograph of Goodfellas, another Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese collaboration. There are claims that the real gangster Jimmy Burke was so happy to have Robert De Niro play him, that he telephoned him from prison to give him a few pointers.
French version of Alfred Hitchcock's 1964 sex mystery, Marnie. After rehearsing a few scenes with Sean Connery, Tippi Hedren asked Hitchcock, "Marnie is supposed to be frigid - have you seen him?" Hitchcock replied, "Yes, my dear, it's called acting."
This is probably one of our top 10 favorite ever alternative movie posters - the poster from Belgian artist Laurent Durieux for Metropolis, Fritz Lang's 1927 Sci-fi silent masterpiece. Durieux created this limited edition poster for Dark Hall Mansion in 2013. It perfectly captures the essence of the film as well as has Durieux's characteristic style.
Jaws! The Alamo Drafthouse's Rolling Roadshow Jaws on the Water screenings have become an annual event at Volente Beach on Austin's Lake Travis. What a great way to watch this Spielberg thriller - floating on an inner tube in a lake. Simply awesome! This is the variant poster Mondo released from their first event held in 2016 & designed by Phantom City Creative. If you're in Austin, check out one of the screenings between now and August.
We love all of the Universal Horror films as well as the poster art. The original vintage posters are great as are the alternative movie posters released by Mondo. This Frankenstein poster is the limited edition variant print designed by Phantom City Creative for Mondo's Universal Studios Monsters exhibition earlier this year.