Fantastic Mondo Posters for 'Scream' and 'Nightmare on Elm Street'

April 12, 2011

A Nightmare on Elm Street

We've seen his work previously for special posters commemorating Inglourious Basterds as well as an awesome Sucker Punch shirt at Comic-Con in 2009, now artist Alex Pardee has teamed with Mondo to deliver two new fantastic movie posters for Scream and A Nightmare on Elm Street. One could argue that these two Wes Craven movies have influenced two different generations of horror and helped the changing face of the genre in their own ways. These cool posters capture the spirit of the horror and gore of each film. With Scream 4 hitting theaters this Friday, it sounds like these posters hit the web just in time.

Here are the two new Mondo posters (click each for much larger versions):

Scream Mondo Poster

A Nightmare on Elm Street Mondo Poster

The new posters are part of Mondo's Directors Series, and the filmmaker himself, Wes Craven, says, "It’s an honor and great fun to be chosen by Mondo to participate in their Director’s Series. I think the posters brim with wild imagination and sly humor. Thank you so much – I’m pleased my films have earned a place in your gallery!" A Nightmare on Elm Street has a print run of 160 and Scream has 140 of the prints available. They measure 16 x 24 inches and will cost you $35 each when they go on sale at some point on April 14. As always, follow MondoNews on Twitter to find out when exactly they will be on sale. Cool?

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  • Dustin Fuston
    Love them both but the Scream one is amazing.
  • Anonymous
    The one for Scream is F'd up! I like it! The NoES is pretty slick to.
  • Anonymous
    Hey Alex did you hear that Daniel Sunjata has joined The Dark Knight Rises?
    • Yes I did, but we're not covering it. It seems like mundane casting for a "courageous special forces operative." Please keep on topic. We see all news Xerxexx, there's times where we decided some stuff isn't worth writing about.
      • Anonymous
        you can delete the comment if you wish, I was just wondering if ya caught it! On Topic: The posters are brilliant!
  • On the other hand, these are some great posters. Love the brutality of the Scream one, but that Nightmare on Elm St. one kicks ass! If only I still had more wallspace left to hang more posters...!
  • Jace
    These are beautifully executed. They aren't so busy that they become distracting, but have enough detail to reward the viewer for looking twice. Very good work.




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