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Category Archives: Movies
Over on Viñetas, Joan Navarro just posted a vintage movie poster for the Spanish version of Tintin Et Le Mystère De La Toisson D’Or, one of the two live action Tintin movies that were made in the 1960’s. I love … Continue reading
A couple of years ago, Chris Ware did the wonderful poster for the equally wonderful film Savages. Today the Vulture unveiled another one, for Palme d’Or winner Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives. Rather than his typical, rather … Continue reading
The January, 2011 issue of French venerable magazine Les Cahiers Du Cinéma sports a gorgeous cover by illustrator Floc’h, featuring the likenesses of the directors and characters connected with the most eagerly awaited films of 2011. Amongst those, quite surprisingly, … Continue reading
In 2007, Rupert Sanders, award-winning director of advertising shorts and currently working on Snow White And The Huntsman, created a short film based on Charles Burns’ graphic novel, Black Hole. The film recently got quite some attention after Slashfilm featured … Continue reading
Graphic artist Chuck Forsman has created this condensed version of Raiders Of The Lost Ark in the manner of Elsie Segar’s Popeye. Prints are for sale at the Oily Boutique. Check out Chuck’s site for more. (artwork by Chuck Forsman, … Continue reading
Last week, Empire Online finally kicked off what will undoubtedly be a massive marketing campaign for the first of the new Tintin movies, The Secret of the Unicorn. Over the course of the next few days, they will slowly but … Continue reading
Apparently a Belgian movie is in the making, based on Jirō Taniguchi‘s manga Haruka na Machi e (or Quartier Lointain, in French) This is the trailer, and I think it captures the mood of the novel very well. Sorry, French … Continue reading
Every week the Belgian media magazine Humo publishes a strip like this by a Belgian cartoonist about a film that he or she thinks is important. This week, Kim Duchateau brings down the essence of David Lynch’s cult film Eraserhead … Continue reading
Don’t know a lot about the Green Hornet, but this looks like the kind of movie that an Adam West Batman movie could have been. I think I like it, even though the traffic cam joke was nicked from Johnny … Continue reading
We received this urgent call from Morgan Spurlock’s production company. If this is for you, get in touch. And if you make it in the movie, let us know…