As you’ve probably noticed the site hasn’t been updated for a while. I think I owe you an apology and an explanation.
Aside from all the contributions I’ve received from my friends (thanks guys!!), this blog has always been a one-man vehicle and a very dear hobby of mine. This is something that kept me going for years and hopefully will do even further on.
However my current personal life doesn’t really leave me much time or desire to work on this now. I can call it ‘not in the mood’ but it’s really a bit more than that. I hope you understand.
So here’s the plan: first – sort my personal shit, and second – get the site updated. Working hard on the first part now.
See you all soon!
As you may have noticed I don’t update the site too much lately.
I have some personal and family stuff I really should focus on and that just consumes too much of my time. So I’m taking a one-month break and will be travelling till late October. I may do some occasional updates, but no guarantees, sorry guys.
Don’t worry – I am absolutely positive to continue working on the site.
Another thing is – for some obscure reason Google once again has disabled my ad account. Good thing about it is that I don’t need to worry about nudity on my site anymore. Bad thing is that I’ve lost a sponsor who helped me pay for the webspace.
So right now I’m looking for entertainment oriented advertisers – ideally cult film labels, mags or stores. If you happen to be affiliated with one of those – please write me at weirdposters at gmail com. No porn please
Thanks for reading.
See you soon!
P.S.: Just in case you didn’t know, we’re on Facebook.
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Hey. You have to take a look at this!
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Limited hardcover edition
■ approx. 370 pages, completely in color,
measuring 21 x 29,7 cm (approx. 8.3 x 11.7 inches)
■ more than 1.200 pictures, including more than 160 movie posters, almost 750 lobby cards, over 100 press stills, a large part of which have never been published yet, more than 100 reproductions of admats, rare sales material that was only handed out to distribution companies and much more
from more than 20 different countries.
■ Introduction by Paul Naschy‘s son Sergio Molina
■ Complete Text in German and English
■ Besides the countless images the book also contains detailed information about distribution history of the movies
■ It took more than 18 years to put together the collection that serves as a basis for this book
Also please check out our Paul Naschy poster collection.
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This little curiosity is right now on sale on Heritage, current bid – $1. They apparently have no clue what this poster is for so they’ve put it in the Adult section.
Anyways – this is the Turkish poster for Michael Mann’s ‘Manhunter’ – the first Hannibal Lecter movie. Cool, eh?
OK, here we go, starting from the very beginning.
Things you can do right now:
- add this feed to your favourite rss reader,
- rate posters,
- check out the gallery. Try it with the PicLens in fullscreen mode – looks great.
Sorry – not too much content right now, but I’m working on it.
People are asking me to make a torrent of my old archive. Currently I don’t have too much time to seed, so I’ll just put the archive in a filedump instead. If you can recommend a good and fast service – pls do.
Thanks for your attention. I hope you’ll enjoy the new blog.