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  • 28 Days Later Movie Poster

    28 Days Later

    £150.00

    “Day 1: Exposure – Day 3: Infection – Day 8: Epidemic – Day 15: Evacuation – Day 20: Devastation”

    A striking country of origin British UK quad  for Danny Boyle’s 2002 post apocalyptic, zombie movie – “28 Days Later”. Designed by the Creative Partnership advertising agency the horror imagery is perfect for the subject matter as piercing bloodshot zombie eyes dominate the imagery atop a silhouetted London skyline all offset in a blood red colour palette. The poster offered here presents and displays to excellent effect being originally rolled (as issued). An impressive and sought after film poster that represents a fantastic piece of modern horror cinematic memorabilia.

    Trivia: For the scenes on the motorway, the production got permission to shoot on the M1 on a Sunday morning between 7.00am and 9.00am. The police gradually slowed traffic in both directions. Using 10 cameras, the filmmakers managed to capture a total of one minute of usable footage.

     

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  • American-Gigolo-Movie-Poster

    American Gigolo

    £45.00

    “His business is pleasure !”

    After the huge success in 1982 for the Oscar winning “An Officer and a Gentleman”, Richard Gere was a global superstar and the most bankable male actor at the box office. Paramount Pictures were quick to exploit his success and re-released (even though it was only originally released in 1980) Paul Schrader’s “American Gigolo” with the knowing tagline… “In American Gigolo Richard Gere is neither an Officer nor a Gentleman” which was adapted to run alongside the familiar imagery of the original 1980 UK quad film poster. Rare in this style, it is actually a very effective design. Originally folded (as issued) this unrestored example presents and displays very well and represents a highly desirable piece of original movie memorabilia for one of the most stylish films of the 80’s.

    TRIVIA…This movie represented the Hollywood breakthrough of leading clothes designer GIORGIO ARMANI who provided the stylish clothes for Richard Gere’s well dressed male escort.

    “When Smokey Sings” the hit 1987 song by ABC was inspired by the scene in the movie where Richard Gere is seen meticulously choosing what clothes to wear out.

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  • Batman '66 Alternative Poster

    Batman ’66

    £195.00

    “Penguin, Joker, Riddler and Catwoman, too ! The sum of the angles of that rectangle is too monstrous to contemplate !”

    Long before Tim Burton re-invented him, Chris Chris Nolan re-imagined him and Ben Affleck played him as an older more mature Caped Crusader there was BATMAN 1960’s style, as the decade’s most popular TV show was bat-ransported to this alternative movie poster. “Batman ’66” by Mark Pagacz. A truly exciting poster with imagery that appears photographic, but is actually illustration. Pagacz’ dynamic and colourful artwork perfectly encapsulates the swinging 60’s vibe and light-hearted tone of the film. His design and layout is superb featuring all the iconic bat-villains – Joker, Riddler, Penguin, Catwoman with Batman & Robin (rightly so) taking centre stage. It is a WOW factor poster; Printed by in 2022 this limited edition art print is hand-numbered #50/215 that presents and displays near perfectly and represents a fantastic piece of collectable movie memorabilia. I am a huge Batman fan (all incarnations) and this is one of my favourite Batman posters.

    Trivia: Originally planned as the pilot film for the Batman (1966) TV series, the movie was instead produced between the show’s first and second seasons. The producers took advantage of the larger budget to have a number of new Bat-gadgets constructed, such as the BatBoat.

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  • Batman '66 Alternative Movie Poster

    Batman ’66

    £245.00

    “Penguin, Joker, Riddler and Catwoman, too ! The sum of the angles of that rectangle is too monstrous to contemplate !”

    Long before Tim Burton re-invented him, Chris Chris Nolan re-imagined him and Ben Affleck played him as an older more mature Caped Crusader there was BATMAN 1960’s style, as the decade’s most popular TV show was bat-ransported to this alternative movie poster. “Batman ’66” by Matt Ferguson. A truly feel good, nostalgic poster with classic Batmobile imagery. Ferguson’s artwork perfectly encapsulates the swinging 60’s vibe and light-hearted tone of the film. His design and layout is superb featuring perhaps the most famous and recognisable Batmobile with the Batcave acting as the backdrop. It is a WOW factor poster. Released by Vice Press and Bottleneck Gallery in 2020 this limited edition art print is hand-numbered #169/200 that presents and displays near perfectly and represents a fantastic piece of collectable movie memorabilia. I am a huge Batman fan (all incarnations) and this is one of my favourite Batman posters.

    Trivia: The Batmobile was a customized 1955 Lincoln Futura, which had been used in It Started with a Kiss (1959). According to George Barris, five Batmobiles were made during the series.

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  • Batman: The Dark Knight

    Batman: The Dark Knight

    £175.00

    “Why So Serious?”…The best poster from the smash hit movie ?…Well certainly one of the rarest. This BLT & Associates designed Advance US One Sheet for “The Dark Knight” is absolutely brilliant & suits the movie perfectly. The Joker’s cards have been formed to make Batman’s shape over written with graffiti quotes from the film.

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  • Batman: The Dark Knight

    Batman: The Dark Knight

    £395.00

    A poster now infamous for all the wrong reasons. This is a genuine Advance,US double sided one sheet “Summer 2008”. This is the 2nd Teaser poster that features Batman’s arch nemesis THE JOKER.

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  • Batman: The Dark Knight Movie Poster

    Batman: The Dark Knight

    £195.00

    “Welcome to a world without rules !”

    Designed by Hive Associates this is a special 3D lenticular poster for Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster superhero movie “Batman: The Dark Knight” and (for the one & only time) Heath Ledger’s show stopping turn as ‘The Joker’. This promotional poster was issued as a gift to VIP attendees and at early press screenings for Nolan’s incredibly successful sequel to Batman Begins. Depending on the viewing angle, you can see either Batman (Christian Bale), Joker (Heath Ledger) or Two-Face (Aaron Eckhart). Presented in dark blue, grey and black tones this is a great looking piece with the gritty dark colours perfectly suiting the subject matter.  Originally flat (as issued) this stunning film poster presents and displays to excellent effect and represents a truly desirable piece of original Batman movie memorabilia from a trilogy that has become one of the most collectable and popular modern movie franchises.

    Trivia: The Joker’s mask during the initial bank robbery is almost exactly the same as the mask worn by Cesar Romero when hijacking a performance of Pagliacci in the original Batman (1966) television series.

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  • Batman: The Dark Knight Rises Movie Poster

    Batman: The Dark Knight Rises

    £225.00

    “The Legend Ends”

    Posters for Christopher Nolan’s Batman franchise have always been of the highest quality and Ignition Print have certainly not disappointed with this iconic design for the trilogy’s 2012 finale “The Dark Knight Rises”. In the comics Bane famously broke Batman’s back – Does the shattered Bat cowl tease that this time he goes one further ? Dark and stylish. A foretaste of things to come…A great way to use a teaser poster. Enigmatic and stylish, and in this Japanese B1 format truly impressive. The Japanese lettering perfectly suits the imagery, totally enhancing the overall effect. The Japanese paper is slightly thicker than used on US or British examples and this produces a sharper, detailed print of real quality. Originally rolled (as issued) this displays to excellent effect and represents a superb Batman image from the climactic instalment of Nolan’s award winning trilogy.

    Trivia: As with the previous two movies, Bruce Wayne’s main car is a Lamborghini. (Batman Begins (2005): Lamborghini Murciélago Roadster, The Dark Knight (2008): Lamborghini Murciélago LP640, this movie: Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4. The name “Murciélago” means “bat” in Spanish.

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  • Bonded-By-Blood-Movie-Poster

    Bonded By Blood

    £35.00

    “In 1995, drug suppliers and career criminals Tony Tucker, Patrick Tate and Craig Rolfe were blasted to death by a shot gun whilst waiting in a Range Rover in Rettendon, Essex.”

    A cult  film poster for a cult ‘Brit-Flick’ gangster movie…Sacha Bennet’s brutal true-life crime thriller “Bonded By Blood”. The original 2010 UK quad film poster offered here is a ‘cast-style’ offering featuring the main stars. A very collectible example, this originally rolled (as issued) film poster displays beautifully and is presented in excellent condition with just very minor handling wear and represents an extremely desirable piece of original British movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: This is the third telling of the notorious Essex Boys murders that was previous filmed as Essex Boys (2000) and Rise of the Footsoldier (2007).

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  • Catwoman Alternative Movie Poster

    Catwoman

    £245.00

    “Penguin, Joker, Riddler and Catwoman, too ! The sum of the angles of that rectangle is too monstrous to contemplate !”

    Released in 2014 as the third instalment of The Art of Ken Taylor through Mondo. This screenprint depiction of Julie Newmar as Catwoman is stunning and a great tribute to the Feline Femme Fatale. It captures the seduction Newmar brought to the character while conveying the light-hearted feel of the beloved 1960s Batman TV series. This is the Regular orange background edition which is hand-numbered #124 out of 275 and signed by the artist. I am a huge Batman fan (all incarnations) and this is one of my favourite Batman posters, a great fun item and a fantastict item of collectable memorabilia from an icon of modern pop culture.

    Trivia: Originally planned as the pilot film for the Batman (1966) TV series, the movie was instead produced between the show’s first and second seasons. The producers took advantage of the larger budget to have a number of new Bat-gadgets constructed, such as the BatBoat.

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  • Charlie-Movie-Poster

    Charlie

    £35.00

    “The film is about Charlie Richardson, the inspiration for James Fox’s character in Performance & Organized crime in London.”

    “Charlie”, Malcolm Needs’ Brit-Gangster film loosely based on the life and times of notorious London gangster Charlie Richardson and his gang. The original UK quad film poster to accompany the 2004 release features a striking close up of ‘Charlie’ played by Luke Goss. Like many small studio independent releases the advertising campaign was very low key and the UK film poster that accompanied the extremely limited cinema showings is truly scarce. Originally rolled this incredibly scarce example displays to excellent effect and represents a highly sought after piece of collectible film movie memorabilia presented in superb condition.

     

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  • Darkman Movie Poster

    Darkman

    £125.00

    “They destroyed everything he had, everything he was. Now, crime has a new enemy and justice has a new face.”

    An original 1990 US one-sheet movie poster for Sam Raimi’s comic book inspired ant-hero “Darkman”. Raimi’s cult classic creation is one of those movies that has aged better with time than on its first release with a loyal and devoted fanbase. Lead actor, Liam Neeson (in his first starring role) plays the titular hero with real style and features prominently (albeit swathed in bandages) on the John Alvin designed US one-sheet offered here as he’s seen almost as a silhouette set against an explosive city backdrop. Totally unrestored, this rolled (as issued) example displays & presents to very good effect. A great looking piece of horror, comic book style artwork that represents a scarce piece of cinematic movie memorabilia.

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    Trivia: Although his status as a star of the genre would solidify much later in his career, this was Liam Neesons first starring role in an action film.

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