Set at the notoriously haunted and historic Stanley Hotel, inspiration for Stephen King’s The Shining, the Stanley Film Festival (SFF) showcases the best in classic and contemporary horror cinema in beautiful Estes Park, Colorado.
Produced by the Denver Film Society, the festival is dedicated to crafting a more interactive experience for genre filmmakers and fans.
Artist Tommy St. James has created 10 minimalist posters that promote horror films using iconic props contained within. No words, no titles, no catchphrases, just images. The end result are fantastic posters that demand you take a second to think, recalling the film and the scene from which the props are taken. It’s a great way to pay homage to the films without giving away the answer right away.
St. James tells me that the posters were created using, “…a mix of photography, illustration, and digital media.” Continue reading for a gallery of these 10 incredible posters and see if you can figure them all out! Continue reading →
In news that is sure to make Jorge squeel with delight; horror publisher Cemetery Dance has unveiled the Stephen King Collection, a six-volume collection of King reprints, each coming with artwork and interior paintings exclusive to this run.
Beginning with Carrie: The Deluxe Special Edition, now available for preorder, this volume will also include reprints of ‘Salem’s Lot, The Shining, Night Shift, The Stand and Pet Semetary. These fan favorites are anticipated to sell out quick, with the publisher already reporting their Lettered Artist Edition of Carrie already come and gone. For more information on the exclusives of this reprint and to get your copy while you still can. Look for the collection this summer, until then you can visit the Cemetary Dance’s official page for the volumes here.