GET OUT by Francesco Francavilla 24"x36" Screen Print, Edition of 250 Printed by D&L Screenprinting - $50
From the trailers I knew GET OUT was a movie that I had to go see as
soon it was in the theaters. And I did, on its opening weekend. The
movie was so good that I couldn’t think of anything else once back home.
As I do for everything that I really, REALLY like, I decided to do a
quick poster art for it, and went with a minimalist approach, trying to
not spoil the movie for those who hadn’t seen it yet. I posted the art
with my 2 thumbs up review on twitter and had director/writer Jordan
Peele himself replying to the post and saying how much he loved the
concept. Someone else suggested to turn this in a Mondo poster (given my
relation with Mondo) and Peele said he was totally up for it. Of course
Mondo was happy too cause they loved the movie as much as I did. So
yeah, now you have this poster because of the movie being so good and
the magic of social media that makes the world way smaller than it
really is :)
These posters will be available at a random time today (5/23) on
mondotees.com - follow @MondoNews feed on Twitter for the drop
MONDO’s press release: Jordan Peele’s GET OUT is an absolute gut punch of a film. Not
only is it one of the best and most important movies to come out so far
in 2017, we’d rank it among the top movies of the last several years.
The film tells the story of an interracial couple, Chris and Rose, as
they travel to Rose’s family estate to spend a weekend with her parents.
Things get increasingly dark as the visit goes on and more sinister
discoveries come to light about her family’s past.
excited to have two incredible posters available for the film by
Francesco Francavilla and Jay Shaw, each rife with rich subtext, themes
and imagery, available tomorrow in celebration of the home video
release. Francesco’s poster features Chris trapped in the vast expanse
of the sunken place, while Jay takes a visceral approach in illustrating
themes touched upon in the film.
The fact that GET OUT was
Jordan Peele’s directorial debut is all the more impressive and we
absolutely cannot wait to see what other stories he has to share with
the world. GET OUT is available on Blu-Ray/home video tomorrow and we
highly recommend picking it up and watching it immediately.
So I have seen some news on the Five Nights at Freddy’s movie. Scott is no longer working with Warner Brothers to make it, however he is working now with Blumhouse Productions - a company that specializes in horror genre movies. Even if Scott is back at square one, this movie may be better than it originally would be. However. Does he still plan on using real robots for the film? He originally did when he was working with Warner Brothers, but now that he changed companies, I don’t know if his intention still remains.
I am about to get full-on horror genre nerd on you and talk about why Crimson Peak was a love letter, and why it would be what we regularly see in genre films if genre fiction hadn’t been taken over by male voices and the male gaze.
There are a lot of triggers and spoilers under here, so please proceed with caution.
least favorite popular horror films? top ten favorite of all time? top ten scream queens?
thank u 💖💞👩❤️💋👩
least favorite popular horror films?
pretty much anything released by blumhouse?? also shit like the boy and annabelle that’s just knock off childs play like u can’t top childs play. and i don’t like the exorcist or rosemary’s baby and i despise the blair witch project
top ten favorite of all time?
in no particular order:
2. american mary
4. the entire saw franchise
5. ginger snaps
6. last house on the left
7. we are what we are
8. the babadook
10. rob zombies halloween
top ten scream queens?
1. danielle harris
2. katherine isabelle
3. sarah michelle gellar
4. jordan ladd probably doesn’t count as a “scream queen” but she is a horror movie actress so… jordan ladd
5. linnea quigley
6. lorenza izzo !!!!
7. alexandra daddario ,, if she counts idk she’s been in like two horror movies but i love her so
8. jane levy is quickly working her way up to a fav
9. jamie lee curtis bc she’s the og
10. elisha cuthbert
M. Night Shyamalan and Bruce Willis will complete the Unbreakable trilogy in January 2019
M. Night Shyamalan has hopped on Twitter to unveil some new details about the third installment in his Unbreakable series — most importantly that it’s called Glass and it’s coming out on January 18th, 2019. Shyamalan also told his 106,000 Twitter followers that Split stars Ana Taylor-Joy and James McAvoy will both appear in Glass, as will Unbreakable stars Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis. The film will be produced by Blumhouse, the low-budget horror powerhouse that’s been on a crazy winning streak — putting out both of the only hits Shyamalan has made this decade (The Visit and Split), Jordan Peele’s Get Out, Purge: Election Year, and Netflix’s Hush, all in the last two years. Read more