Ten Awesome Posters for Alamo Drafthouse's 2011 Rolling Roadshow
In case you didn't know, this year's edition of the Alamo Drafthouse's Rolling Roadshow is all about Texas. While previously the event has featured film screenings in other locales around the country, this year it's staying relatively local to the famous theater's roots in Austin, Texas. So for those fortunate enough to be nearby, the line-up of films is stellar with The Searchers, The Texas Chainsaw Masscare, Blood Simple, Hud, Red River, Bonnie and Clyde, Tender Mercies, No Country for Old Men, Giant, and The Last Picture Show and now we have custom posters from artist Jason Munn to promote these.
Personally my favorite of the batch is the Bonnie and Clyde poster, but they're all really fantastic posters. If this is the first you're hearing of the Alamo Drafthouse's Rolling Roadshow in Texas this year, I suggest heading over to their official site for the event to see when and where each of the ten films will be playing. In addition, apparently the specials guests and happenings at the screening of Texas Chainsaw Massacre are going to be something to behold for fans of the classic horror film, so if you have the coin, and you're in the area, maybe you can check it out. If there was ever a time that I was sad I don't live in Texas, it's right now.
Reader Feedback - 6 Comments
Okay, that Bonnie and Clyde one is really great. And the Blood Simple one is neat-o. The No Country one is a bit lacking though, eh?
Cracky on Jun 1, 2011
For some reason, I don't think these are all that great. Maybe TOO simple?
Hans kleinenberg on Jun 1, 2011
bonnie and clyde is the only one doing it for me. and im a professional designer.
rocKKicker on Jun 2, 2011
Yes, the Bonnie & Clyde Poster Rocks. Why not come on up to Pilot Point's Historic Town Square on June 18 and enjoy the film that rocked an entire generation back in the 60's in the place it was filmed. Bring your own beret.
Zimbothomas on Jun 6, 2011
Tender Mercies is simple but looks awesome.
Santa Barbara Logo Design on Jun 27, 2011
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