Great Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas movie poster by Ralph Steadman, the famous British caricaturist and cartoonist. Steadman did freelance work for Rolling Stone in its heyday and also had lengthy relationship with Hunter S. Thompson, providing some of the most iconic pictures and artwork for his articles and novels. The movie poster, from the 1998 film, shows an abstract caricature of Johnny Depp as Raoul Duke and Benicio del Toro as Dr. Gonzo. The characters in the poster / movie are based on Hunter S. Thompson and his friend Oscar Zeta Acosta. This beautiful Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas movie poster and it’s priced great at $9.99. Get this cheap movie poster now!Dignan
God, I love this movie. John Belushi was a comic genius and had far better eye brow acting than the current champion, Michael Keaton. This is a great Animal House / John Belushi poster and probably the most iconic image of the film. Not a bad price for the Animal House poster at $8.99. Animal House quotes after the jump!Dignan
Here’s a great reproduction of the “College” shirt worn by John Belushi in the 1978 film, Animal House. With a grade point average of zero-point-zero, John “Bluto” Blutarsky is every college man’s role model. Wear it with pride. Was it over when the German’s bombed Pearl Harbor?Dignan
We’ve got the HD movie trailer for the Spike Jones movie adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s classic children’s story, Where The Wild Things Are. The movie trailer has great energy, beautiful imagery and the movie looks like a great time for both children and adults. Jones is headed into new territory with a chidlren’s movie and hopefully his eclectic style will transpose nicely in this genre. The Where the Wild Things Are trailer song is none other than Arcade Fire’s “Wake Up” from their 2004 release, Funeral.
HD Trailer, plot and images after the jump!Dignan
Heath Ledger as the Joker in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight. Probably the most iconic of the poster images, The Joker was brought to life with Heath Ledger’s chilling performance. With “Why So Serious?” painted in blood with a smile, this Dark Knight Joker poster ($7.99) is a must for all Dark Knight fans. Watch the first “why so serious” joker scene from The Dark Knight after the jump.Dignan
The music in (500) Days of Summer is getting a bit of attention these days, with music from Simon and Garfunkel, Hall and Oates, The Smiths, Regina Spektor, Meaghan Smith and a beautiful cover of The Smith’s “Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want” by Zooey Deschanel’s band She & Him.
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Here is the best-selling King Kong movie poster. This movie poster is from the 1933 film and would look great on any King Kong fan’s wall.
King Kong is a 1933 landmark black-and-white monster film about a gigantic gorilla named “Kong” and how he is captured from a remote lost prehistoric island and brought to civilization against his will. The film was made by RKO and was originally written for the screen by Ruth Rose and James Ashmore Creelman, based on a concept by Merian C. Cooper. A major on-screen credit for Edgar Wallace, sharing the story with Cooper, was unearned, as Wallace became ill soon after his arrival in Hollywood and died without writing a word, but Cooper had promised him credit. A novelization of the screenplay actually appeared in 1932, a year before the film, adapted by Delos W. Lovelace, and contains descriptions of scenes not present in the movie.
Watch the entire 1933 King Kong movie after the jump!Dignan
The movie title comes from the idea, expressed at both the beginning and end of the film, that if one had enough time and money it would be possible to follow the summer around the world, making it endless. The concept of the film was born through the suggestion of a travel agent to Bruce Brown during the planning stages of the film. The travel agent suggested that the flight from Los Angeles to Cape Town, South Africa and back would cost $50 more than a trip circumnavigating the world. After which, Bruce came up with the idea of following the summer season by traveling around the world.Dignan
Great 500 Days of Summer poster; covered with 500 pictures of Zooey (go ahead and count ‘em). I just saw the film the other day and it’s pretty damn clever. (500) Days of Summer is a 2009 American romantic comedy film. It is directed by Marc Webb, produced by Mark Waters, and stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel. This is Gordon-Levitt and Deschanel’s second movie together (following Manic). Principal photography began in April 2008 in Los Angeles, California. The film opened in limited release in the US on July 17th, 2009, and will be released in Australia on October 1, 2009. HD trailer after the jump!Dignan
Here is the popular Rat Pack Pool Poster from the original Ocean’s Eleven movie with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Peter Lawford and Sammy Davis Jr. This is the sixties version of the Rat Pack (I was unaware the 50s version had Humphrey Bogart as chief, not Sinatra) on the set of the famous 1960 heist film that sparked the clever 2001 Clooney / Pitt remake of the same name.
Cheap Movie Poster: Not a bad price at $7.99 and the Art Print is priced decently at $23.99.
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