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LOST ART OF INGLORIOUS BASTERDS

Source: Underground Playground

SA Studios Global’s Film Marketing Division has teamed up with Quentin Tarantino, Upper Playground and The Weinstein Company to present, THE LOST ART OF INGLORIOUS BASTERDS.  Each print will be numbered and signed by Quentin Tarantino.  Only six (6) of each amount will be made.

February 18th, 2010 from 6pm – 9pm you can preview and purchase the “Lost Art of Inglorious Basterds” at The Upper Playground Art Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles.  All proceeds from this program will be donated to The American Red Cross to help the victims of the Haiti Earthquake.

Here are a few of them. They are awesome!! And for a good cause.

Estevan Oriol

Alex Pardee

Rene Almanza

Munk One

Sam Flores

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THE WOLFMAN: THEN AND NOW

The Wolfman is being released in theaters today so here’s a look at the film sixty nine (holy crap) years ago and now.

May people reading this might not have even been alive when the first Wolf Man film was released back in 1941. It starred Clause Rains, Warren William, Ralph Bellamy, Bela Lugosi, Lon Chany and a sleue of others.

In the reboot directed by Joe Johnston, featuring Benecio del Toro (who plays Lawrence Talbot), they tried to keep to the original as much as possible. In case you live in a cave and aren’t aware of the storyline the synopsis is as follows: Thought absent from his ancestral home of Blackmoor for many years, aristocrat Lawrence Talbot returns to find his missing brother at the request of the latter’s fiancee, Gwen. He learns that a creature has links to an ancient curse turning people into werewolves when the moon is full. To save the village and protect Gwen, he must slay the bloodthirsty beast, but he contends with a horrifying family legacy.

Move over Jacob and the Quiluete tribe! This is not your Twilight werewolf. This one is scarier, and how shall I say this…more adult. Before the trailers, the posters alone hooked me in. All the worries over whether or not all the re-shoots would harm the film, or the statements inferring the film wasn’t good enough therefore they had to ‘fix’ it, might have be planted purposefully to add more hype. At least I hope so.

Here is a comparison of The Wolfman circa 1941 photos and posters versus the modern 2010 version.



Movie Poster Side by Side Comparison

Stills: 1941 vs. 2010



They did stay pretty much true to form with the make-up. It just looks enhanced and even more ugly. The special effects make-up back in 1941 wasn’t too shabby.

Are you going to see The Wolfman? Have you ever seen the original?