thought these looked cool as I was packing them back up:
another personal classic, I'm sure there are a lot of fans on here:
(it's finally getting a proper blu ray release in August (Shout! Factory has pre-orders available now))
& another personal classic:
I love it when I get a poster that has identifying info stamped on the back:
& here's the Japanese poster for the same movie:
+ this one (German) which arrived soon after the above pic:
will put these two up as a pair:
found a seller of original Spanish Heralds (small handout kinda advertisements, some with theater info printed on the back w/ showtimes). Got these for my favorite older movies since the full-sized posters would be way outta my budget, gonna put them in a collage with my old ticket stubs & frame it eventually, just a test layout:
100 internet points if you can name them all
got this at a steal of a price, love the illustration:
& for my favorite movie:
(video plays best in 240p quality)
Carnival Kia owner Chris Bostick arrested on assault, weapons charges
Posted: Nov 08, 2012 4:30 PM EST
The owner of Carnival Kia Automotive Group, Jerry "Chris" Bostick, surrendered to Brentwood police on assault and weapons charges after an argument with his wife turned physical.
According to a police affidavit, during the argument Sunday evening at the family's Brentwood home, Bostick slammed the front door in his wife's face causing a "visible knot" on her face and red mark on her arm.
Moments later, when she tried to call 911, Bostick knocked the phone out of her hand, causing it to fall to the floor, the affidavit stated.
Bostick's wife fled the home and later called police from the parking lot of Brentwood High School.
She reportedly handed over an audio tape of the argument to investigators. Responding officers did not include in their report if the Bostick's children were present during the altercation.
Officers responded to the family's home and found Chris Bostick had left on foot.
During a search of the residence, police found an AR-15 assault rifle near the bed in the couple's bedroom and a handgun tucked under the mattress.
just picked this up (UK Quad, should be arriving any day now):
does anyone know anything about poster restoration / preservation? how complicated (or costly) it would be to remove
the tape on the front? I've heard linen-backing is expensive.