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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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  • 30 Days of Night

    30 Days of Night

    £50.00

    “They’re Coming.”…Ignition Print have produced one of the most distinctive horror poster’s in year’s. This Advance US One Sheet movie poster from original year of release 2007 is rolled and in exceptional condition. A truly stunning looking poster from the best vampire film in recent times.

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  • A Nightmare on Elm Street Movie Poster

    A Nightmare on Elm Street

    £1,895.00

    “If Nancy doesn’t wake up screaming…She won’t wake up at all !”

    Graham Humphreys’ beautifully rendered artwork for Wes Craven’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street” introduced the world to one of horror’s most evil and greatest personalities: Freddy Krueger. Setting a high bench mark for modern horror artwork Humphreys’ country unique imagery for the UK quad design is one of the most sought after film posters of the 80’s and the horror genre. Graham Humpreys has been dubbed England’s greatest living horror artist and it’s not hard to see why when you see this beautiful UK quad film poster from first year of release 1984. Totally original and unrestored, this rolled (as issued) example is presented in excellent condition with unfaded dark black/blue colour tones and very minimal age and handling wear. The best Extremely scarce and a must have for the serious collector it represents a fantastic item of horror movie memorabilia. The best I have ever offered for sale or seen – it really is exceptional and perfect for investment or to just enjoy.

    Trivia: The very first time we see Freddy in the movie, he isn’t being played by Robert Englund, but by Special Effects man Charles Belardinelli, as Belardinelli was the only one who knew exactly how to cut the glove and insert the blades.

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  • Almost Famous Movie Poster

    Almost Famous

    £75.00

    “Experience it. Enjoy it. Just don’t fall for it”

    Great looking and brilliantly designed film poster by creative arts agency FEREF. The studio used this provocative and sexy shot of rock groupie ‘Penny Lane’ (Kate Hudson) across the worldwide marketing campaign for Cameron Crowe’s Oscar winning “Almost Famous” and it has since become one of the most instantly recognisable of ‘modern’ film poster images. This rolled (as issued) original UK quad is from first year of release (2000) is in very nice condition that displays superbly with imagery that makes it one of the most memorable of recent years. Colourful and very stylish, it represents a fine piece of collectable and sought after original rock / movie memorabilia that is scarce in this high grade condition.

    Trivia: The film is director Cameron Crowe‘s semi-autobiographical account of life as a young Rolling Stone reporter. The actual group Crowe first toured with was The Allman Brothers Band. Gregg Allman distrusted him, and kept asking if he was a narc. Crowe was in a near-fatal plane crash while traveling with The Who. The character of Russell Hammond is based on Glenn Frey of the Eagles.

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  • American Pie

    American Pie

    £95.00

    As the poster implies, the title of the movie refers to a scene in the film in which the lead character is caught masturbating with a pie after earlier being told that “third base” feels “like warm apple pie”. Needless to say the film was a box-office hit.

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  • An American Werewolf in London Movie Poster

    An American Werewolf in London

    £195.00

    “Stay on the road…Keep clear of the moors…Beware the moon, lads.”

    John Landis’ “An American Werewolf in London” is one of the best werewolf movies ever made, full of dark humour and gory thrills. As most people know, this has one of the best human/werewolf transformation scenes in cinematic history. Unlike modern monster/horror movies of today, this film has no CGI or computer-aided special effects; what you see on the screen is a physical production made piece for which Rick Baker won the Oscar. This 2021 alternative movie poster by the American graphic artist Todd Alcott shows a very understated and restrained design for a horror poster as David (David Naughton), Jack (Griffin Dunne), Nurse Alex Price (Jenny Agutter) plus a number of London landmarks are represented as characters on what appears to be a beaten up paperback book cover. Presented in excellent condition this rolled (as issued) example displays superbly and has been printed too look distressed. Alcott’s impressive piece of poster artwork represents a great twist on traditional horror movie memorabilia and is a great example in the rapidly expanding area of alternative movie posters. “I vote we go back to the Slaughtered Lamb”

    Trivia: Rick Baker claimed to have been disappointed by the amount of time spent shooting the face changing shot for the transformation after having spent months working on the mechanism. John Landis only required one take lasting about seven seconds. Baker felt he had wasted his time until seeing the film with an audience that applauded during that one seven second shot.

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  • An American Werewolf in London Movie Poster

    An American Werewolf in London

    £595.00

    “Stay on the road…Keep clear of the moors…Beware the moon, lads.”

    John Landis’ “An American Werewolf in London” is one of the best werewolf movies ever made, full of dark humour and gory thrills. As most people know, this has one of the best human/werewolf transformation scenes in cinematic history. Unlike modern monster/horror movies of today, this film has no CGI or computer-aided special effects; what you see on the screen is a physical production made piece for which Rick Baker won the Oscar. This 2011 hand-numbered (#31/380) and signed by the artist – Olly Moss alternative movie poster is a very clever design as the werewolf’s head is incorporated into a silhouette map of the British Isles. Presented in excellent condition this rolled (as issued) example displays superbly and is an impressive piece of horror poster artwork and is a hugely desirable alternative movie poster by one of the leading artists working in the medium. “I vote we go back to the Slaughtered Lamb”

    Trivia: John Landis wrote the screenplay for this film following an incident while shooting Kelly’s Heroes (1970) (while he was a go-fer) in the countryside of Yugoslavia. While driving along a country road with a colleague, Landis encountered a gypsy funeral. The body was being buried in a massively deep grave, feet first, while wrapped in garlic so he would not rise from the dead.

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  • An American Werewolf in London Movie Poster

    An American Werewolf in London

    £195.00

    “Stay on the road…Keep clear of the moors…Beware the moon, lads.”

    John Landis’ “An American Werewolf in London” is one of the best werewolf movies ever made, full of dark humour and gory thrills. As most people know, this has one of the best human/werewolf transformation scenes in cinematic history. Unlike modern monster/horror movies of today, this film has no CGI or computer-aided special effects; what you see on the screen is a physical production made piece for which Rick Baker won the Academy Award and that’s perfectly illustrated here on this Australian one-sheet as the said transformation of David (David Naughton) is fully featured. It appears the Australian poster designers weren’t worried about spoilers. Presented in unrestored condition this folded (as issued) example displays to very good effect and represents a fantastic item of original horror movie memorabilia from a classic of the genre with some truly eye-catching imagery. “I vote we go back to the Slaughtered Lamb”

    Trivia: Rick Baker claimed to have been disappointed by the amount of time spent shooting the face changing shot for the transformation after having spent months working on the mechanism. John Landis only required one take lasting about seven seconds. Baker felt he had wasted his time until seeing the film with an audience that applauded during that one seven second shot.

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  • An American Werewolf in London Movie Poster

    An American Werewolf in London

    £495.00

    “Stay on the road…Keep clear of the moors…Beware the moon, lads.”

    John Landis’ “An American Werewolf in London” is one of the best werewolf movies ever made, full of dark humour and gory thrills. As most people know, this has one of the best human/werewolf transformation scenes in cinematic history. Unlike modern monster/horror movies of today, this film has no CGI or computer-aided special effects; what you see on the screen is a physical production made piece for which Rick Baker won the Oscar. This signed Artist Proof (AP) alternative movie poster by Graham Humphreys is a proper horror poster. Humphreys has cleverly included all the main characters, David (Naughton) becoming the werewolf and the suitably named ‘Slaughtered Lamb’. Presented in excellent condition this rolled (as issued) example displays superbly and is an impressive piece of horror poster artwork and is a hugely desirable alternative movie poster.

    For Graham’s thoughts and inspiration for the poster design checkout this superb interview with Dread Central.

    Trivia: Rick Baker claimed to have been disappointed by the amount of time spent shooting the face changing shot for the transformation after having spent months working on the mechanism. John Landis only required one take lasting about seven seconds. Baker felt he had wasted his time until seeing the film with an audience that applauded during that one seven second shot.

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  • Armageddon

    Armageddon

    £55.00

    “EarthIt Was Fun While It Lasted” When an asteroid the size of Texas is headed for Earth the world’s best deep core drilling team led by Bruce Willis is sent to nuke the rock from the inside This US Advance One Sheet from 1998 has the great fiery image of the asteroid

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  • Army of Darkness: Evil Dead 3 Alternative Movie Poster

    Army of Darkness: Evil Dead 3

    £425.00

    “Trapped in time. Surrounded by evil. Low on gas”

    Sam Raimi’s “Army of Darkness: Evil Dead 3” is not as rooted in the horror genre as its predecessors – although it has its horrific elements, it seems to be first and foremost a dark fantasy comedy – with lots of one-liners and slapstick and gore. It’s kind of a delirious combination of horror, comedy, fantasy, action, and adventure, but it’s definitely the horror element that comes across in this 2017 alternative movie poster from Graham Humphreys. The medieval dead and undead never looked scarier and are out in full force as the hero from the previous two instalments – Ash (Bruce Campbell) cuts a worried looking figure. Originally rolled (as issued) the example offered here is truly exceptional; This limited edition it has been signed by Humphreys and hand-numbered #48/100 and displays and presents to excellent effect with amazing imagery and deep, rich colours. The horror ‘fan-boy’ love for Sam Raimi & Bruce Campbell is well deserved with related memorabilia much sought after, making this a hugely collectable piece.

    Trivia: Released in Japan as “Captain Supermarket”.

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  • Barbarella Movie Poster

    Barbarella

    £325.00

    “Barbarella, an astronaut from the 41st century, sets out to find and stop the evil scientist Durand Durand, whose Positronic Ray threatens to bring evil back into the galaxy.”

    In arguably the most famous role of her career, Jane Fonda stars as “Barbarella” in Roger Vadim’s, campy, sci-fi fantasy. Based on the hugely popular French comic strip by Jean-Claude Forest the film is considered one of the 1960s quintessential cult movies. Its stylish and colourful comic art layout scenes are truly unique for the period, and represent a nice homage to its comic book roots. These scenes are captured to great effect in a series of eight British front of house lobby cards with Fonda featured in all, including the iconic and super sexy ray-gun in hand pose. Originally flat-unfolded (as issued) this beautiful complete set of all eight cards display to excellent effect with only minimal handling wear, vibrant, unfaded colours and an incredible selection of key scenes. An impressive set of highly collectable cinematic memorabilia for a much admired sci-fi classic that rarely turns up complete.

    Trivia: Jane Fonda is filmed at times, especially during the opening spacesuit striptease sequence, in the famous French director’s “Vadim Tease” directorial style.

     

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