Noroi no yakata: Chi o sû me (1971) – Movie Wallpaper

[ View Image (1024×798) ][ View Image (1280×998) ] Incredible Mexican lobbycard artwork for Michio Yamamoto’s “Noroi no yakata: Chi o sû me” aka “Lake of Dracula” aka “Bloodthirsty Eyes.” According to Google Translator (which is always pretty suspect) the text in the lobbycard translates as: TOP RIGHT To borders of the damn lake it…

Upcoming Images – More Shaw Brothers!

Shaw Brothers images you can expect me to post here in the coming days. * Shaolin Challenges Ninja aka Heroes of the East (1979) * Blood Brothers (1973) * Executioners from Shaolin (1977) 0

RoboCop (1987) – Movie Wallpaper

[ View Image (1024×746) ][ View Image (1280×932) ] Long before Paul Verhoeven made perhaps the best film released in US cinemas in 2007 with “Zwartboek” aka “Black Book“, he made the classic film “RoboCop.” Ronny Cox is Dick Jones in “RoboCop” along side ED-209. Related Coverage: ::: Previous Movie Wallpaper (Cinema is Dope) Image…

Five Superfighters (1978) – Movie Wallpaper

[ View Image (1024×679) ][ View Image (1280×849) ] Another great image from “Five Superfighters” aka “Tong San ng foo.” Certainly a classic image. More images from this film to follow in the days ahead. Hope everyone has been enjoying images from this series. Image Source: Official German lobbycard that was used in the original…

El Llanero (1963) – Movie Wallpaper

[ View Image (765×1000) ] Jess Franco made over 8 billion films. No really! “El Llanero” aka “Le Jaguar” happens to be his 13th film and what appears to be a more conventional Western. This extremely rare artwork comes from its French release, enjoy! Images from the film itself will be posted in the days…

Sunday News Roundup

The Rolling Roadshow screening of “Boogie Nights” was last night. News is slowly coming in from it in the talk back section of AICN (here). Apparently PT Anderson introduced. If anyone comes across any news or pictures from it, please drop me an e-mail – blake [at] cinema [is] dope [dot] com. ::: 42nd Karlovy…

Onibaba (1964) – Movie Wallpaper

[ View Image (1024×695) ][ View Image (1280×869) ] The stirring of the gray areas between good and evil in “Onibaba” is astounding. Even more haunting to me is the demon mask on display in the film. It evokes something one might see in the deepest realms of their nightmares. Director Kaneto Shindô realizes the…