Saturday, December 12, 2009

Horror Movie Poster Collection Giveaway!



Just in time to disturb the family for the holidays, the Madame here was given a gift from one of her favorite film industry suitors. As I only have room for only so many gifts each season, I thought I would share them with you, my wonderful readers. I have two collections of horror movie posters direct from theatrical release.
What does this mean? They are all the heavy duty, glossy 27" x 40" double-sided posters you see inside the cinema, ready for framing...

Collection One contains the following posters:
30 Days of Night
Prom Night (2008 version)
Resident Evil Extinction
#23
The Uninvited
Saw IV

Collection Two contains the following posters:
30 Days of Night
Prom Night (2008 version)
Resident Evil Extinction
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Voldemort poster)
The Invasion
Saw IV

If you would like to win one of these collections leave a comment below telling me what Gothic stylemaker is your favorite. (This could be anyone from artist, fashion designer, writer, film director, mixologist or anyone else who inspires you.)
Winners announced December 31st, 2009. Good luck!

8 comments:

Melanie's Randomness said...

Oh I love this idea & would love a chance to be entered!

My favorite gothic stylist would have to be Anne Rice. I love her vampire novels & her witch novels. =)

branwyn aka madhouse mauly said...

my favourite gothic stylemaker was the band christian death with rozz williams, they were the first deathrock band i ever heard and their style and mood influence me even today.

Delaney Barrett said...

Oh My Gosh I LOVE Edward Gorey, and his art, and his amazing art. I guess it's because I love Film Noir, and his stories are so commical sometimes. I LOVE HIM!

Charlotte Marten said...

Oh My gosh, My favorite Gothic artist/poet is Edward Gorey. I love his creepy pictures, and comical little poems that go along with them, he is the best!

Seph said...

I'm with the first poster my fav. is Anne Rice because before all this vampire craze there was just anne, and her awesome clothing and deeply philosophical books that made you really question what was out there.

Nadia said...

Right now I'm really inspired by Destroyx from Angelspit. Her makeup and style is just amazing. And I have to admit, I'm a fan of the music as well.

Nadia said...

I'd like to point out that I don't want to be entered into the contest though. I just wanted to answer the question :)

theyfell said...

Definitely Diamanda Galas, especially circa early-80's when she pulled off a fantastic Bride of Frankenstein meets Helena Bonham Carter look.

For the men, I have to go with Peter Murphy, who knew how to do simple elegance and over-the-top theatrics.

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