Anyone who’s read some of my earlier posts knows I’m a fan of Polish poster designers Joanna Gorska and Jerzy Skakun. I’m also a HUGE fan of visionary Chilean filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky. Three of his earliest films (Fando & Lis, El Topo and The Holy […]
Poster Perversion presents it’s very first contest, exclusively for our Twitter followers. We’re giving away a limited-edition Polish poster by artist Michal Ksiazek, inspired by Kinji Fukasaku’s film BATTLE ROYALE (see image above). This is NOT a theatrical poster as this film was not distributed theatrically in Poland. It’s cool […]
I love happy accidents. I was first introduced to the design work of creative duo Joanna Gorska and Jerzy Skakun by my wife, who spotted their simple yet eye-catching poster for a LAST TANGO IN PARIS re-release hanging in a Warsaw movie theater and kindly asked (okay, demanded) the […]
Occasionally I love a movie so much, I actually want to take the time to write about it and share that love. Today that movie is Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz’ Messiah of Evil (1973) – in my opinion one of the greatest and most unique forgotten horror films of […]
A few Bollywood, a few Sexploitations, and a few WTF’s.
Polish movie posters are highly sought-after by film-art collectors around the world, due to their highly imaginative graphic design which favors artists’ interpretations over literal meaning. While that tradition is definitely still alive in Poland (though to a lesser degree nowadays), the country’s cinemas have not been immune to the […]
In anticipation of Halloween, I’ve added new scans in the Horror section.
Almost 20 years ago, a friend handed me a duped VHS tape with the words MAD FOXES hand-scrawled on the spine. “You’ve gotta see this,” he stated without further explanation. Based on the title, I thought I was in for some sort of eighties’ made-for-cable softcore porno. Although I […]