A few months ago, long before any of the current madness descended, we enjoyed an amazing evening at our local independent cinema. Not to watch a movie, but to virtually visit the theatre and to watch the amazing James Corden in ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’.
With the social distancing lock-down in place, you can’t visit the National Theatre, nor can you watch one of their productions in the cinema, but, thanks to National Theatre At Home, starting this week, you can watch ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ from the comfort of your own arm-chair...
These are worrying times. Above all else, we hope that you, your loved ones, friends and families are heeding the latest government advice and staying safe.
While we are all maintaining our social distance and spending more time at home, I imagine that, like us, you are getting through more movies and box-sets than usual.
For those in the UK, don’t forget the BBC iPlayer where you can find two fantastic series for the movie lover…
In their March 2020 edition, the superb EMPIRE magazine chose their ‘100 Greatest Movies of the Century (so far!)’.
We were quite surprised by their number one pick.
What do you think? Which film would be yours?
Over the Christmas break we found a book we had not seen before. Written by Gregory J Edwards and Robin Cross, it’s title was more than a little intriguing to the movie poster lover…
Published in 1984, “Worst Movie Posters of All Time – A Treasury of Trash” promised to ‘sterilize me with fear’ and that within its pages ‘… shame exploiters compete with each other for the supreme accolade of WORST MOVIE POSTER OF ALL TIME…”
In December, continuing their long-standing collaboration, Bonhams Auctioneers and Turner Classic Movies (TCM) held their “TCM Presents … 1939: Hollywood’s Greatest Year” auction.
In this unusually named auction there were a few stand out pieces for the movie poster enthusiast and they all came from the personal collection of movie poster legend Tom Jung...
Have you noticed the movie posters at your local cinema?
They radiate light, just like the movie screen.
Ever wonder how it's done?
It's the magic of a cinema light box...
How many times did you visit the cinema in 2019? We averaged a couple of times a month. Given what we do, I imagine that's not a surprise.
What about the average cinema goer? How has that changed over the past few years?
We decided to do a little research with the help of the excellent UK Cinema Association. What we found was a surprising and fascinating story...
We would like to thank you all for helping to make 2019 such a fantastic year. We hope that you all have an amazing 2020.
Our 2019 Christmas cards featured some of our favourite quotes from the best Christmas movies.
Didn't recognise yours? No problem. You can find them all below.
Christmas is approaching as fast as The Polar Express. Soon we will all be curled up in comfy chairs to eat too much, drink a little and watch "Elf", "It's A Wonderful Life", "Die Hard" (is that a festive movie?) and of course "Home Alone".
Before we do that, there are loved ones to think of and carefully chosen gifts to track down. Don't get stung by postal times - order early.
How many of us have sat staring at a movie poster wishing that we could be part of the movie?
We've been doing just that watching "The Dark Crystal : Age of Resistance" on Netflix and before it premiered, we had our chance to star, if only for a few seconds in a small clip...
Halloween is only a couple of weeks away, so we thought we would get you in the ‘trick or treat’ mood with an opportunity to watch the very first horror film (from 1896) and see a few of our favourite scary movie posters!
Which is your favourite film for the witching hour?
This week marks the first birthday of the Original Movie Posters Blog - sixty-nine posts showcasing movie poster history, movie poster artists (old and new) and the latest in movie news.
Thank you for reading and being a part of it!
In celebration, this week we are going to take a look at this rare and intriguing Star Wars poster...
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