Movie posters. We love ‘em. Here are a few that have resonated throughout the years.
Does Jon Cryer really have the torso of a 13 year-old boy and the head of a brontosaurus?
Today, we present five Honest Posters of ’90s hits, including Titanic, Home Alone, and Forrest Gump. Enjoy, and stay tuned for more!
Simplicity is sometimes key, folks, and these posters demonstrate that to a tee.
Check out these classic posters, and let the waves of nostalgia wash over you.
Director George Miller describes the fourth ‘Mad Max’ installment as a “105-minute chase scene through the wasteland.” So yeah, this should be awesome.
What you’re seeing in his eyes is determination.
The first new poster is inspired by classic Bond movies. Now I’m tempted to fashion my Corolla with a giant evil monocle, just to see what would happen.
The best sci-fi movie posters are integral parts of the films they promote. The sci-fi genre is known for stoking dreams and capturing the imagination. The movies’ posters have to…
Here’s the new poster and some stills from ‘Insideous’ by director James Wan (‘Saw’). That kid sure looks happy, huh?
The 10 best classic movie posters were made for iconic films over the decades from the 1930s through the 1990s. Modern films come out with a host of various film…
Five times the car chases. Five times car crashes. Five times the car motion blurs lines.
Even if they’re hanging on a bedroom or dorm room wall, the 10 most famous movie posters are iconic works of art. These well-crafted movie posters helped solidify the famous…
Maybe Thor vs. The Green Hornet would be a pretty one-sided street fight, but their respective marketing teams have released competitively badass new movie posters.
From campy to creepy, the 5 best old horror movie posters highlight poster art that was an integral part of film promotion in the days before mass marketing. From outrageous…
Releasing one bad-ass poster for True Grit just isn’t enough to appease those Coen Brothers. As the film’s December release draws near, the marketing team is beginning their full press.
Drew Struzan is one of the most influential movie poster artists to ever adapt motion pictures into a one-sheet piece of paper and still manage to embody everything the flick is about. He's worked on posters for Indiana Jones, Star Wars, and Harry and the Hendersons, just to name a few. A complete list of his work can be seen on his gallery page, but we've chosen our 25 favorite here, most of which are without the movie's title. Can you name all the films?