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  • Ghost in the Shell Movie Poster

    Ghost in the Shell

    £45.00

    “They did not save your life… They stole it.”

    “Ghost in the Shell” sees Scarlett Johansson star as Major Mira Killian, saved from a terrible crash, who is cyber-enhanced to be a perfect soldier in the American 2017 adaption of Shirow Masamune’s  cult Japanese manga creation and anime movie. A colourful and action packed cyber-punk offering from director Rupert Sanders that is very much mirrored in the design of the original British UK quad film poster by creative arts agency LA offered here. Originally rolled (as issued) this looks and displays to excellent effect. Guaranteed original this represents a scarce item of modern original collectable movie memorabilia from a truly exciting and cool film.

    Trivia: In an establishing shot of the city, a Pan Am advert can be seen in the top left. The bankrupt airlines inclusion is a reference to Blade Runner (1982) which also had an in-film advert for them.

     

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  • Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes Movie Poster

    Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

    £75.00

    No One Can Stop the Reign

    It’s not often I get a poster in that makes me go WOW ! especially a recent offering. Well this original 2024 UK quad for Wes Ball’s “Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes” is such a poster. The franchise, from its original 1968 beginnings through to the Matt Reeves reboots is a personal favourite of mine and this poster is truly one of the best I have ever seen. The composition, detailed, intricate design by creative arts agency LA & Ten30 Studios is superb. The colours are stunning, deep & unfaded. The “Planet of the Apes” premise is considered one of the pivotal sci-fi movies series’ ever made and this is a worthy addition to the canon that represents a magnificent piece of film poster art.

    Trivia: The first Planet of the Apes film to be filmed for IMAX.

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  • Metropolis Movie Poster

    Metropolis

    £225.00

    “There can be no understanding between the hands and the brain unless the heart acts as mediator.”

    “Robot Maria” is one the greatest and most iconic of all sci-fi images and beautifully showcased here on this stunning original US one sheet movie poster for the 2010 re-release of Fritz Lang’s hugely influential “Metropolis”. Released as “The Complete Metropolis” due to the addition of 25 minutes of found footage (found in an old Argentinean cinema). This reconstructed and restored sci fi classic is truly deserving the accolade of a cinematic masterpiece. Printed on heavy stock card paper and originally rolled this looks spectacular and displays near flawlessly….Due to a very limited release these examples are extremely scarce and sought after…Investment grade quality…One of cinemas most recognisable and iconic of images irrespective of the genre and a truly fantastic piece of original film movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: ‘Maria’ the robot of this film inspired the look for C-3PO in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope

     

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  • Metropolis Movie Poster

    Metropolis

    £250.00

    “There can be no understanding between the hands and the brain unless the heart acts as mediator.”

    “Robot Maria” is one the greatest and most iconic of all sci-fi images and beautifully showcased here on this stunning original UK fquad ilm poster movie poster for the 2017 90th Anniversary re-release of Fritz Lang’s hugely influential “Metropolis”. This restored sci fi classic is truly deserving the accolade of a cinematic masterpiece. Originally rolled this looks spectacular and displays near flawlessly, with the gold printing on the robot Maria appearing almost foil like. Due to a very limited release these examples are extremely scarce and sought after and presented in high grade investment quality condition. One of cinemas most recognisable and iconic of images irrespective of the genre and a truly fantastic piece of original film movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: ‘Maria’ the robot of this film inspired the look for C-3PO in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope

     

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  • Metropolis Movie Poster

    Metropolis

    £295.00

    “There can be no understanding between the hands and the brain unless the heart acts as mediator.”

    “Robot Maria” is one the greatest and most iconic of all sci-fi images and beautifully takes centre stage here on this stunning original UK quad ilm poster movie poster for the 2000 re-release of Fritz Lang’s hugely influential “Metropolis”. This restored sci fi classic is truly deserving the accolade of a cinematic masterpiece. Originally rolled this looks spectacular and displays near flawlessly, with the bronze printing ink used on the robot Maria and the background appearing almost foil like. Due to a very limited release these examples are extremely scarce and sought after and presented in high grade investment quality condition. One of cinemas most recognisable and iconic of images irrespective of the genre and a truly fantastic piece of original film movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: ‘Maria’ the robot of this film inspired the look for C-3PO in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope

     

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  • Robocop Alternative Movie Poster

    Robocop

    £195.00

    “Part man. Part machine. All cop. The future of law enforcement.”

    Based upon Rob Bottin’s iconic ‘robo’ suit design Paul Mann produced the perfect alternative movie poster to complement his graphics. A truly striking image for Paul Verhoeven’s ultra violent sci-fi masterpiece “Robocop” that is perfectly suited to the portrait format of this edition. Robocop is offset against a colourful background of supporting characters and action imagery, that are made to stand out when placed in front of the black background. It gives a depth that gives an almost 3D effect to the colour imagery. Printed by Mad Duck in 2022 this limited edition art print is hand-numbered #47 from a print run of 200. This excellent example presents and displays near perfectly and represents a fantastic piece of collectable movie memorabilia from one of the defining movies of the 80’s. The ‘original’ & BEST, “Robocop” is fondly remembered and spawned a popular TV show, two sequels and was recently remade as a ‘big budget’ CGI sci-fi actioner…“I’d buy that for a dollar !”

    Trivia: The repeated line “I’d buy that for a dollar!” comes from Cyril M. Kornbluth‘s short story “The Marching Morons”, which presents a similarly cynical view of an over-commercialized future that’s desensitized to violence and war. A radio game show in that short story uses the line “I’d buy that for a quarter.” as its signature phrase.

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  • Terminator 2: Judgement Day Movie Poster

    Terminator 2: Judgement Day

    £395.00

    “He Said He’d Be Back…and He Certainly is !”

    Sci-fi movies can rarely be made in such way that can be looked at as works of art. This is one of the few exceptions. The prediction of judgment day with Hamilton watching a playground full of kids be burnt to the ground is an absolute brilliant portrayal of Armageddon. The theme that men will destroy themselves is also shown throughout the movie also and is even said by The Terminator…“It’s in your nature to destroy yourselves”. This brings the movie to a whole new level of sci-fi and one of the most sought after of titles by collectors of the genre and Schwarzenegger’s vast legion of fans. Offered here is a scarce large format Japanese B1 movie poster (equivalent to a standard one-sheet) for James Cameron’s sci-fi, time travel, shoot ’em up uber-actioner “Terminator 2: Judgement Day”. This example is often referred to as the ‘Smoke’ version featuring Schwarzenegger’s Terminator emerging from the smoke. In a design that’s unique to Japan the largely black and white imagery features Arnie’s eyes finished in a blazing red, leaving you in no doubt he is a Terminator. One of the most influential film of the past 25+ years with ground breaking CGI special effects and spectacular action set pieces. A very hard film poster to find in this fine unrestored rolled (as issued) condition that represents an impressive and stylish item of original cinematic movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: Given Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s US $15 million salary, and his total of seven hundred words of dialogue, he was paid $21,429 per word. “Hasta la vista, baby” cost $85,716.

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  • Terminator: Salvation

    Terminator: Salvation

    £35.00

    “The End Begins”…If you want a poster that embodies the sheer power and killing machine quality of a Terminator then look no further than this Midnight Oil Creative designed masterpiece. An extreme close up of gritty metal, you can almost hear the whirrs & clicks of the cogs and hydraulics as the T-600 storms into battle. This 2009 Advance “The End Begins June 3” UK Quad film poster for McG’s “Terminator: Salvation is genuinely stunning. Originally rolled this displays superbly…Truly eye-catching example !

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  • Terminator: Salvation

    Terminator: Salvation

    £35.00

    “The End Begins”…The first Advance poster in the Terminator: Salvation series was a tough act to follow and Midnight Oil Creative (what a cool name) did not disappoint when they stepped up to the plate with this equally fine example. At first glance just a typical close up head shot, but those glaring red Terminator eyes just seem to follow you wherever you go. This 2009 original UK Quad film poster for McG’s “Terminator: Salvation is truly a stunning piece of artwork. Originally rolled this displays superbly…Truly striking design !

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  • Terminator: Salvation

    Terminator: Salvation

    £35.00

    “The End Begins”…Probably the coolest looking poster of 2009 is this first Advance “June 2009” UK Quad film poster for McG’s “Terminator: Salvation”. High end concept and exciting design by Art Machine kicked off the the re-imagined Terminator series with a truly striking example. Originally rolled this displays superbly…a real eye-catching piece !

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  • The-Terminator-Movie-Poster

    The Terminator

    £75.00

    “In the Year of Darkness, 2029, the rulers of this planet devised the ultimate plan. They would reshape the Future by changing the Past. The plan required something that felt no pity. No pain. No fear. Something unstoppable. They created THE TERMINATOR”

    Extremely rare, “The Terminator” original Czech Flyer (horizontal) movie poster from first year of release in Czechoslovakia 1990. Featuring Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger wielding his laser sighted handgun from the famous ‘Tech Noir’ disco scene. Originally flat/unfolded this displays to excellent effect and would make for a fantastic addition to any collection or as a one-off display piece. Truly impressive eye catching design and a fine piece of country unique artwork that represents highly collectible movie poster memorabilia for one of cinema’s greatest movies of all time and a pop culture phenomenon that blasted then new comer’s Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s career into orbit and made James Cameron a Hollywood name.

    Trivia: Shots through the Terminator’s vision shows a dump of the ROM assembler code for the Apple II operating system. If you own an Apple II, enter at the basic prompt: ] call -151 * p This will give you the terminator view. Other code visible is written in COBOL.

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  • The Terminator Movie Poster

    The Terminator

    £225.00

    “In the Year of Darkness, 2029, the rulers of this planet devised the ultimate plan. They would reshape the Future by changing the Past. The plan required something that felt no pity. No pain. No fear. Something unstoppable. They created ‘THE TERMINATOR’…”

    Released by the artist Tyler Stout as a private commission in 2020 and only available to order for one day (24th September) this seven-colour screen print looks spectacular. Unmistakably a Tyler Stout offering, Stout has hand-signed and numbered each print (#2698/3600). A labour of love for the artist who worked on all aspects involved in bringing this to print: from design, colour combinations and even obtaining the publishing rights. The Stout had this to say about the project “I’ve found it works best to do stuff for movies you’re a fan of, movies that have stood the test of time, that are considered classics, stuff that inspires you”. A stunning and stylish alternative movie poster for a film that launched the Hollywood careers of James Cameron & of course Arnie, in his most defining role that represents highly collectable movie memorabilia for one of cinema’s greatest movies and a cultural phenomenon.

    Trivia: Arnold Schwarzenegger originally wanted to play Kyle Reese. But James Cameron had a different idea and saw Schwarzenegger in the title role of The Terminator and Cameron said to Schwarzenegger, “This movie is not about the hero. It’s about The Terminator.”

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