Archive for October, 2009


Movie Posters of the Week

October 24, 2009


Since I’ve been writing Movie Poster of the Week for two years now, first here, and since March at The Auteurs Notebook, I thought it might be a good idea keep a directory of all my postings here, in reverse chronological order:


On The Auteurs:

The House of the Devil

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

Le Feu Follet (and the work of Hans Hillmann)

What? (and other Polanski posters)

The 47th New York Film Festival

Gummo (and other Harmony Korine films)


Husbands (and other French Cassavates posters)

Merman and Stolz der Nation (and other fake movie posters)


Les herbes folles [Wild Grass] (and other Resnais posters)

The Endless Summer (and other surf movie posters)

The Servant (and other Losey/Pinter posters)

La femme de Paul, avec le sourire (the strange case of the lost Godard film)

Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors

Christmas on Mars (and the work of The Small Stakes)


The Serpent’s Egg (David Carradine R.I.P.)

Next Stop Greenwich Village (and the work of Milton Glaser)

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three

The Lacemaker (and the work of Peter Strausfeld)

The Devils


The Rain People

The Holy Man (and the design work of Satyajit Ray)

In the City of Sylvia

The Girlfriend Experience

Late Spring


On this site:



Made in USA (and the work of Rene Ferracci)

Pickpocket (and the work of Christian Broutin)

The International

Dear Zachary (designed by Evan B. Harris)

Let the Right One In

Cool Hand Luke (R.I.P. Paul Newman)

The Headless Woman


Day of Wrath

Getting Straight

Rosemary’s Baby

Burn After Reading

Three Monkeys

Alice in the Cities (designed by All City)

Forgetting Sarah Marshall/Local Hero

Last Year at Marienbad

The Bank Job


The Longest Yard

The Great Debaters/Carbon Copy

Taxi to the Dark Side

The Death of Mr. Lazarescu

Decline and Fall of a Bird Watcher

I’m Not There


Be Here to Love Me (designed by Rob Jones)

Pierrot le Fou

The Savages (designed by Chris Ware)

Reprise (designed by All City)

Funny Games

A Brighter Summer Day