The Avengers (2012)

I just realized that there’s only two Avengers who really have a “secret identity” or at least another side to their superhero selves – Iron Man and the Hulk.

Primer (2004)

I freaking love this movie. Although I watched the first 30 mins several times the first viewing, as it felt like I kept missing the relevance of some of the scenes.

Prometheus (2012)

I understood what was going on just fine before I read up on the themes and such, and I loved it when I first saw it. Maybe you went in expecting an Alien prequel and got all butthurt like everyone else when the movie

Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

I don’t like it. He has amazing posters (just look at his work for Influences art show) but this one is just boring to look at. Maybe it’s because I didn’t like the whole Avengers series from the start. Who knows.

Man of Steel (2013)

It’s a timed release by Mondo. So everyone (that orders in the three day window beginning this Friday) can get a print. More info:

Death Grips – The Money Store


Jimi Hendrix Experience-Axis: Bold as Love

The cover of the album shown here is actually only the top half of the full image, which could be seen by opening the gatefold jacket on the original LP. [Here is the whole image.](

Inception (2010)

Copper Variant: Detail shots: Artist: [Grzegorz ‘Gabz’ Domaradzk]( These were commissioned so if you were hoping to buy one (like me), you’re out of luck. Absolutely gorgeous piece.

Kill Bill (2003)

Yes, yes very nice. This poster is sweet. However, kinda not into uma’s huge titties. First off, they look insane and they’d clearly get in the way whilst slaying the crazy 88 et al. Also, it’s not like this artist is making huge titties

American Psycho (2000)

Look at that subtle off-white coloring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh my God, it even has a watermark… Impressive. Very nice, Luis. Now, let’s see Paul Owen’s movie poster…

Django Unchained (2012)

I thought this movie was great. If you’re a Fan of Quentin Tarantino then i would definitely recommend it. If you don’t think you’ve ever seen a Tarantino film then hopefully someone will be able to tell you what they compare to (they are

Inception (2010)

I love the posters that /u/Reddit__PI posts on this sub, so who cares if he/she doesn’t provide discussion or comments? If it’s not a rule then who gives a shit?!… It’s call GOOGLE IMAGE SEARCH- look it up.

In Bruges (2008)

Also check out The Guard (2011) which is written and directed by Martin’s brother and also stars Brendan Gleeson (and Don Cheadle, Mark Strong, and Liam Cunningham).

Looper (2012)

people will nitpick this and over analyze it, but if it was the 80s it would have been heralded as a science fiction classic, which i think it is anyways after seeing it. its a thought provoking, heart wrenching, mind bending film.
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