Saturday, April 30, 2016

KRAMPUS Snowmen

Some screenshots...




You should totally rent/buy this film.

10 comments:

Sara said...

Was the first one directly from your designs? If not I'm assuming they took the design from the vintage Halloween art on postcards? Cool.

Rot said...

Nope...that's a vintage illustration they used for the christmas calendar...i just thought it was classy to start this blog post with how it all started in the film.
When we saw KRAMPUS for the first time in the theater...and they show that little door being opened and a snowman drawing inside, i knew I was about to see the finished product and got extremely nervous/excited.

Sara said...

That sounds awesome. What a great feeling.

Jeanne Wright said...

My hubs had the bluray on the banister when I got home from work.

Adam said...

Those snowmen deserved even more screen time

Jay's Shadow said...

I agree with Adam. They could of showed a little more of the snowmen.

Still a great film.

Rot said...

I'm really pleased with the way they were used. A sign of awful things to come.
I can't express how glad I am that they didn't move in any way, or come alive.

Pam Morris said...

got this the day it was released--wish there had been a bit more of the snowmen; they were the stars of the movie

girl6 said...

my mom dug it too!!
sucha a Classic....

i always thought there was something so beautiful & scary about the snowmen on those old victorian christmas postcards. something about their manner makes them feel sorta human, they always felt a little on the sinister side. LOVE em.

Rot said...

yeah...I love the image they chose. JUST creepy enough... strange almost.