It's the special time of the year again when Mondo puts out exclusive artwork that has us all drooling. Of course most of us have come to terms with the fact that we will never be lucky enough to ever own one of these, as they sell out in seconds, but damn it, we try!
Despite getting some really good reviews, the box office returns for Ender's Game have been less than stellar. As a result the prospect of a sequel isn't exactly looking attractive to the powers-that-be.
Mondo sure is on a roll lately, as evidenced by yet another film getting their special one-sheet treatment. This next one's quite frankly an unlikely choice; yet, here they are: two posters for Ender's Game.
A couple of days ago we showed you Mondo's take on Universal's classic monsters, but conspicuous by his absence was Bela Lugosi as Dracula. Well, guess who just checked in and is waiting to join his beastly brood!
With October being Halloween month, Mondo has turned to the classics - Universal's classic monsters in fact - for its monthly drool-worthy poster offerings. Read on for the details!
I don't always wish I lived in Texas. But when I do, it's because Mondo is running an art exhibit in their gallery that I just cannot miss. And this is one of those can't miss events.
It's that wondrous time of the month again. You know it well by now. Mondo has just released a look at its upcoming collectible Creepshow poster, and it is... I mean it's... just see for yourself and try not to drool.
Here we go again. More artwork to die for from the folks over at Mondo. Next on the chopping block for them is a trio of interstellar lunacy in the form of incredible eye candy for Predator, Prometheus and John Carpenter's The Thing.
Mondo is famous for creating some incredible artwork based on horror films. They have collaborated with The Criterion Collection and are releasing posters inspired by two Guillermo del Toro films, Cronos and The Devil's Backbone. You've gotta see these!
Alamo Drafthouse has announced a pair of limited edition signature wines inspired by Jonathan Demme's 1991 Oscar-winning The Silence of the Lambs along with dinners and posters in support of the wine launch.
Honestly, we thought about not doing this story so we'd have a better chance of scoring one of these bad boys ourselves, but because we love you guys, here's news on the latest Mondo posters coming our way.
If you're anything like us, then you appreciate the artwork that the Austin, Texas-based company Mondo has brought to the world. The word "beautiful" simply does not cut it sometimes. New has come regarding their next gallery show for artist Mike Mitchell, and we have some samples. Dig it!
Mondo, the art division of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, celebrates the upcoming Oscars with its secnd annual poster series tied to nominated films in select categories, and the one that should be of most interest to horror fans is for ParaNorman.
If you've already seen the glory that is Battle Royale, then you know exactly how cool it would be to see it on the big screen in a theatre near you. Now you can make that happen, and if you need any more incentive, check out this amazing new poster from Mondo.
Fan of The Lost Boys? Then you are going to really dig on the next couple of pieces of artwork from the wonderfully talented artists over at Mondo Tees. Get ready for an eyeful! It's not gonna be easy to nab one, but seriously, wow.