Back in 2009 Austrian designer Albert Exergian created a series of minimalist posters for famous TV shows. Little did he know his work would inspire a new internet meme called "minimalist movie posters" which depict famous movies in as few symbols as possible. Here are some more great examples.
Photoshop minimalist movie posters showing any symbols from movies like in the examples above. The contest does NOT call for depicting movie titles, it asks you to show any symbol(s) that is(are) specific to the movie you are depicting. E.g. in one example above the poster for movie Seven shows the box that appears in the last scene of the movie. Many thanks to MiniS for the themepost.
All we want for Christmas are some quality holiday movies, say movie critics.
Photoshop any movies to give them a Christmas theme. E.g. dress up movie stars in Christmas costumes, add snow, Christmas lights, Christmas tree, make Christmas sequels of the known movies. See what creative movie titles you can come up with.
Many thanks to JimShorts for the themepost.
There's lots of buzz about Jurassic World, the latest film in the Jurassic Park series. The release date is set for June 12 next year. Universal Studios released the teaser trailer which received over 20 million views within 24 hours on YouTube. Since the 90s, advances in computer graphics animation technology allowed movie makers to create totally realistic dinosaurs on the big screen. This is a huge step from the old school monster "doll animation" technology used in the old movies like Godzilla.
Take any movie and change its main characters for dinosaurs.
As Halloween is getting closer, movie theaters are offering two horror films this week: "Annabelle" and "Dracula Untold". It seems like Hollywood never gets tired of making new Dracula movies. Are you going to watch any horror flicks this Halloween?
Let's show what famous movies would look like if they were made for Halloween. Take any movie and give it a Halloween or horror theme.
Many thanks to lucianomorelli for the themepost.
The long-awaited season 18 of South Park premiers this Wednesday, September 24. Comedy Central released a promo for the season's first episode featuring
the Washington Redskins name debate. In 2011 Trey Parker inked a contract with Comedy Central to run South Park through season 20 in 2016. We hope the contract will be renewed for many years to come!
To celebrate the opening of season 18, take any movie and turn it into a South Park movie (by giving it a South Park theme, changing the main characters for the South Park characters, etc.).
Many thanks to Burntfaery for the themepost.