Mondo announces three new films getting the Alamo Drafthouse special treatment, with new prints for Takashi Miike’s 13 Assassins, Virgil W. Vogel’s 1956 sci-fi favourite The Mole People and Wes Craven’s The Hills Have Eyes.
The three wonderful traditional style prints from Russian born artist Vania Zouravliov, who is said to be “inspired from an early age by influences as diverse as The Bible, Dante’s Divine Comedy, early Disney animation and North American Indians”, capture the mayhem and classicism of one of our favourite films of last year.
Phantom City Creative, who have featured a few times on these pages, bring us The Mole People print. Finally, Jeff Proctor, who excels at bringing us new takes on classic horror films, has taken a look at Wes Craven’s seminal early work via a memorable scene from the original film. You can check out more of Proctor’s work over at his site, Make No Sense.
Mondo have also let us know to expect a new Dragonslayer poster for a screening being held in their native Austin, Texas.
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