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Here's a beautiful poster for Psycho (1960), imagined by Daniel Danger:
I love the way it integrates that classic Gothic house with a terrifying landscape, making Norman both powerful and small.
More horror film versions here.
January 04, 2013 at 10:42 in Film, Gothic | Permalink
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One lovely poster-- as are many in that blogs best of series. It's comforting to see such good poster art happening-- have you seen the animated GIF series of Hitchcock posters by Michael Branson Smith? He's not done psycho yet.... http://www.michaelbransonsmith.net/blog/tag/alfred-hitchcock/
January 04, 2013 at 11:53
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