Alex Pardee's Spectacular Edgar Wright Triple Feature Poster Unveiled

August 15, 2011

Edgar Wright Triple Feature

As if his spectacular films like Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World weren't enough to make me love director Edgar Wright, the man himself also just loves movies and consistently delivers them not only through his own talents, but also special screenings and movie marathons at places like the New Beverly in LA. Well, this time the filmmaker is heading to a marathon of his own films up in San Francisco at the Castro Theater, and there will be a special treat available for attendees. Alex Pardee has crafted a great poster specifically for a triple feature engagement of Wright's aforementioned films.

Here's Alex Pardee's poster for the Edgar Wright triple feature in San Francisco (click for larger version):

Edgar Wright Triple Feature Poster

We just recently featured Pardee's spectacular poster for Attack the Block, and while I loved that piece and that film, as a huge fan of Wright's work, with three films under his belt, this poster just makes me smile. There are so many great little things to notice like some sort of Edgar Wright-inspired, cinematic, Where's Waldo picture. From the picture Scott Pilgrim draws of Ramona Flowers to Shaun's flowers for his mother (which he tries to give to Liz) and even the doomed human statue from Hot Fuzz, there's plenty to look at. You can buy this poster at the event itself (details right here) or take your chance at buying any remaining posters after on Pardee's website here. Otherwise, just admire his work through the magic of the internet.

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  • The guy is talented for sure and I love the projects he is involved in. After Attack The Block I am a huge fan of this guy. I wish this thing was down in LA #Allowit
  • A_A
    I was looking for a Cornetto in the poster and didn't find any :(
  • Pardee fan since 05
  • Wow! I think there's blood on my keyboard now. Sick!
  • Anonymous




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