Pic of the Day: Mondo poster for Green Room (2016)


Prints of Oliver Barrett’s new poster for Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room (2015) will be released today by Mondo. The time of the sale will be announced on Mondo’s Twitter feed.

To read more about the making of the film, check out this interview I did with Green Room cinematographer Sean Porter (Kumiko the Treasure Hunter, 20th Century Women) for Filmmaker Magazine.


31 Days of Horror: The artwork of Mondo

Halloween (Ken Taylor)

Halloween (1978) by Ken Taylor

When Mondo put out its shingle back in 2004, it sold cult movie-centric t-shirts out of a room the size of a coat check closet at the original Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Texas. Today, Mondo has transformed into a purveyor of highly sought-after alternative posters, commissioning original artworks whose limited runs typically sell out on their first day of availability. (continue reading) Continue Reading ›

31 Days of Horror: The Posters of artist Jay Shaw

The Amityville Horror (1979)

The Amityville Horror (1979)

If you’re wondering why most of the posters featured thus far in Deep Fried Movie’s ode to horror film art pre-date the millenium, it’s because the sanctioned release posters for most movies (regardless of genre) have settled into a glut of representational monotony in the last decade.

Which is why I have such enthusiasm for the groundswell of original poster art from contemporary designers like Jay Shaw. More of Shaw’s work can be found here at his website. Tune back in tomorrow when Deep Fried Movies takes a look at the posters of the A Nightmare on Elm Street series. Continue Reading ›