Earlier this week we posted Matt Ryan’s poster for Angels With Filthy Souls, inspired by the movie that was made inside the movie Home Alone. Now Mondo has announced they are also releasing a Home Alone screen printed poster, this one by our friends at DKNG. The four color screenprint perfectly honors the John Hughes penned Chris Columbus modern holiday classic by showcasing the iconic McCallister home, and is filled with some fun easter eggs that fans of the film will love. Check out the DKNG Home Alone poster after the jump.
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Posted on Monday, December 8th, 2014 by Germain Lussier
“Keep the change, ya filthy animal.”
There’s a moment with art when sometimes a lightbulb goes off in your head. You’re looking at a piece and then, BING, you get it. It’s not obvious but you get it. Personally, those are my favorite kinds of pieces, especially in pop culture art. If someone sees a piece of art and we both get it, odds are we have lots in common.
With the holidays coming up, artist Matt Ryan has created an awesome example of this. He’s releasing a poster for Angels With Filthy Souls. Now, that’s not a real movie but fans know what it is. It’s a movie that was made inside the movie Home Alone. And once you get that, this poster blossoms because it’s packed with clever references to that blockbuster hit.
Matt Ryan’s Angels With Filthy Souls poster is on sale as a timed edition now through Wednesday December 10. Check it out below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, January 9th, 2014 by Germain Lussier
It’s a thought we’ve all had while watching Home Alone. No, not that thing about the plane ticket. “If this movie was real, would Harry and Marv have been killed by Kevin McCallister’s fun house?” That answer is, of course, “Yes.” The next question is “Exactly how many times would they have died not only in the first movie, but the second movie, Home Alone 2: Lost In New York?”
To get the answer, Screen Junkies asked an actual doctor to watch the films, diagnose the injuries and figure out how many times the character would have kicked the bucket. Check out the video below. Read More »
Posted on Monday, December 30th, 2013 by Germain Lussier
Briefly: There are only a few hours left, but Martin Scorsese‘s 3D family film Hugo is currently available to download, for free, in Apple’s iTunes Store. Some international countries have Chris Columbus‘ comedy hit, Home Alone, free as well. Click here for Hugo and here for Home Alone to see if it applies to you. [It might even be worth just hitting the "Buy" button anyway cause then it'll be part of your Apple Cloud forever.]
Posted on Wednesday, December 18th, 2013 by Germain Lussier
Mondo likes to end every year with a bang. And if Die Hard wasn’t enough, they’ve got one of their most popular artists to do one of the most popular films in history, and another to do one of the most popular holiday movies.
Aaron Horkey, who previously did There Will Be Blood and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, is back with Peter Jackson‘s The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and the image is stunning. Treebeard. Hobbits. Awesome. Not to be outdone, Mondo newcomer Adam Simpson has absolutely crushed a poster for Chris Columbus‘ Home Alone. They all go on sale Thursday. Check them out below. Read More »
In the Chris Columbus-directed modern Christmas classic Home Alone, why didn’t the McCallister family notice Kevin’s absence when they presented his airline ticket at the boarding gate? The answer to this question is hidden in the movie, and even though you’ve probably seen the movie a dozen times over the years, you might never noticed it. Find out after the jump.
Posted on Monday, December 10th, 2012 by Germain Lussier
Movies, in general, have happy endings. The hero triumphs over adversity and the audience leaves the theater feeling good. But what if the bad guy won? What if the bomb went off? While the happy ending dominates cinema, some of the best movies of all time have taken the ‘dark ending’ route, and now some that did not have been reimagined with new conclusions.
Alternate Endings is a brand new art show presented by the Silver Screen Society and opening December 14 at the Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. Each artist in the show picked one of their favorite movies and created a piece of art showing an “alternate ending.” So, for example, Godmachine surmised that Tetsuo won in Akira. Mark Englert reimagined James Bond’s childhood in Skyfall. Others changed the endings of Home Alone, RoboCop, The Dark Knight Rises and more.
After the jump, check out a few images from the show and get all the pertinent info. Read More »
Posted on Friday, April 22nd, 2011 by Peter Sciretta
Rapper DeStorm‘s latest music video recreates 10 famous movies in one-take. Watch it now embedded after the jump.