Here are some more “What if Criterion released…” fake covers that I’ve created.
Bride of Frankenstein is probably my favorite. Three of the four Keaton films were intended as part of a fictional Keaton Box Set. Sleepaway Camp is obviously a lark (and I hope that someone, anyone gets it). The intention on the two Night of the Iguana versions would be to have the pink printed as a metallic pink with a spot gloss on the iguana. The Spirit of the Beehive is already a Criterion release (with great artwork, I might add). Enjoy!
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This is absurd! Nice work!
Some of the ones at Mubi are incredible.
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These are fantastic. I really, really like the I’m Not There and Inglourious Basterds covers. Nice work!
Ohhh I love the I’m Not There one. And Sleepaway Camp, I saw that flick when I was 9 and that final scene, well, damn.
The ending of Sleepaway Camp slays me. It’s one of the funniest moments in any horror ever made. Just the look on her face cracks me up. And… you know… the wang.
I saw one of those I Love the ’80s VHI specials a while back, and they interviewed that actress and apparently she had no idea her character was a dude. Chick with a dick. Love it.
I always hoped they’d have an I Love the 30s with Mickey Rooney talking about how much the Great Depression sucked.