Look at this amazing gallery of posters, lobby cards, song booklets and more featuring actor and stunt performer Fearless Nadia in films by the Wadia Brothers from the 1930s through the 1960! And learn more about the Wadia Brothers, Wadia Movietone, and their films! (Thanks, Tars!)
At Forget the Film, Watch the Titles, Liselotte Doeswijk has a nice analysis of Maurice Binder’s opening titles for Dr. No. “The mid 1950s was an interesting time for title sequences. The growing popularity of the rivaling medium of television prompted film studio’s to rethink their promotion strategies. […]
Please enjoy this gallery of movie poster art without text!
Please enjoy this gallery of Japanese monster posters. (Thanks, Colin!)
Friend of the Gutter Brian Kirby has made a swank roll call for Toho Monsters. Download a high resolution copy of the poster for free!
“During the 1970’s Black filmmakers found their voices by making films that spoke to urban audiences in a way that had never been done before. Films like Sugar Hill, Abby, The Zebra Killers and so many more packed theaters with audiences hungry for Horror Movies where the Black Guy didn’t die first. 40 years […]