Hot Movie Poster Design Posts

News: Recut Movie Trailers - Horror Versions

It's often said an editor can do anything with the footage he or she is given.  The following collection of trailers proves this point.   We are all familiar with these films, some are comedies, some are family dramas, and some are animated children's movies but what unites them all here today is them being RE-CUT into full blown HORROR MOVIES.

News: Selling a Movie is Hard Work.

Having grown up with quite an addiction to movies I have always loved the Key Art Posters that sell the film.  Today movies, especially indies, are often sold by their DVD cover art.  Its quite talent to package a crappy movie with an awesome cover.  I particularly love the older movie posters that were created way before the advent of photoshop and digital cameras.  The amount of work that went into these posters is quite amazing and even though the movies might suck, the key art lives on he...

News: Asteroids

This is fan art for a movie that has been announced but I don't think the script is even written. Universal has won a four-studio bidding war to win the film rights to the classic Atari video game Asteroids. Newcomer Matthew Lopez, who came out of Disney’s writing program and did work on Bedtime Stories, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Race to Witch Mountain, has been hired to write the screen adaptation.

News: Total Recall - Movie Trailer & Poster

Here is the video within the film that advertises the TOTAL RECALL service. Here is a modern recut version of the Total Recall Trailer. Here is the original Total Recall Trailer. They have announced a remake of this film which I believe is already in production with Colin Farrell playing the Schwarzenegger part.

News: Iconic Movie Posters Recreated in Neon

Pop Art by Mr Whaite is a cool tumblr featuring a series of neon film posters for popular movies. The artist says: "I love neon signs—they’re hypnotic, sexy, sleazy and tacky all at the same time—and I’ve always thought it would be cool if cinemas used them to advertise films. So with that in mind, I thought I’d have a go at designing some animated Movie Neon. My first attempt is Ghostbusters—an obvious choice really, particularly as neon featured heavily in the video for Ray Parker Jr’s sing...

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