David D'Andrea's Special Antichrist Poster for Fantastic Fest

September 28, 2009

Antichrist Poster

I saw this on display at Fantastic Fest a few days ago but didn't think much about it. Apparently this poster for Lars von Trier's Antichrist was created specifically for Fantastic Fest by poster artist David D'Andrea (visit his site: We were just sent an email with a copy of this thing in high res and it's worth checking out. It's a fairly beautiful poster and I think you can actually buy them here in Austin, but I'm not sure if you can order them online or else (check Mondo Tees in a few weeks). As for more review of the very controversial film, check out: Twitch or Fangoria or Anyone still interested in seeing this?

Antichrist Poster

A grieving couple (Dafoe and Gainsbourg) retreats to their cabin 'Eden' in the woods, hoping to repair their broken hearts and troubled marriage. But nature takes its course and things go from bad to worse.

Antichrist is both written and directed by prolific Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier, of an extensive number of past films, including Nocturne, The Element of Crime, Dancer in the Dark, Dogville, Manderlay, and The Boss of It All most recently. After premiering at the Cannes Film Festival, the film was picked up for US distribution by IFC. They're now bringing Antichrist to very limited theaters starting on October 23rd.

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GFXCDfc on Sep 28, 2009


Go see Trick r Treat not this crap! Screening this weekend at The Long Beach Comic Con! Link here

GFXCDfc on Sep 28, 2009


Great movie and great poster that line on the top made mi day when i saw it

toonfed on Sep 28, 2009


An amazing film but i find it hard to get excited about a poster after release.

4th begger on Sep 28, 2009


@2 what's all this about Trick r Treat? I keep hearing the name, but I've never heard a thing. In any case, I really want to see this movie. Poster looks great.

lamb of pierre on Sep 28, 2009


Antichrist was amazing. It is a classic to those who aren't so embarrassed or prude, no offense. As far as the poster goes, I have two questions. 1) Where is the fox? I can locate the crow and the deer, but not the fox. and 2) Is it possible to get a print of this? I want this poster so bad.

Angry Chief on Sep 28, 2009


Never mind my first question. Just spotted him in between the trees.

Angry Chief on Sep 28, 2009


That movie is disturbing as hell I wish I could unsee it, I did not think I would ever have to watch a woman chop of her clitoris.

Crimson on Sep 28, 2009


If all 'Crimson' got out of this movie was "watching a woman chop off her clitoris", then that is precisely all he deserved to get out of it. For those with some backbone, however, this is a profound, horrifying film about self-loathing, misogyny and grief. It's a shame that self-righteous people feel the need to describe it by referring to a single, spoilerly, 4-second scene.

Poultice on Sep 28, 2009


Good movie but there was way to many unneeded visuals. I did not need to see Willum Defoe's wiener.

PJ H on Sep 28, 2009


There are a few left at, then gone forever!

Mitch on Sep 29, 2009


fox is to the left at the bottom of the tree trunks

ummm on Sep 29, 2009


The Movie is brilliant, be prepared to hate all woman afterwards

The movie guy on Sep 29, 2009


Superb film, poster not so good.

loci on Sep 29, 2009


poster looks awesome! I love that they used that old style..classic illustration is so rarely (NEVER) used fits what ive gotten from the trailer so far..

Lando on Sep 29, 2009


I've just put my copies up for sale via my site: Very ltd. quantity available now. Thanks DV D'Andrea

DV D'Andrea on Oct 16, 2009

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