Out-of-Context Posters

Movie posters often use their most iconic scene as their focus. Think Tom Cruise hanging off a plane for the Mission Impossible 5 poster. But what would happen if instead those posters would feature something completely out-of-context?

Fantasia

Out-of-Context Posters #11: Fantasia (1940)

After doing my Default Disney review of Fantasia, I couldn't resist imagining the backlash if some of its more mature scenes ended up on the...

Out-of-Context Posters #27: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)

As far as I'm concerned, the Terminator series ended with James Cameron; however, if there was one follow-up that was somewhat decent it was Terminator 3...
fancy free

Out-of-Context Posters #31: Fun and Fancy Free (1947)

Despite the laid back, carefree charm the title FUN AND FANCY FREE suggests, the film features perhaps one of the single darkest moments between...
Little Mermaid

Out-of-Context Posters #19: The Little Mermaid (1989)

Disney's The Little Mermaid - not only did it officially kick off the Disney Renaissance but it probably also helped prove to an entire generation...

Out-of-Context Posters #17: Dumbo (1941)

Somehow when I decided to create an Out-of-Context Poster for Disney's Dumbo in anticipation of its Default Disney review debuting this week, I didn't realize...
Extra-Terrestrial

Out-of-Context Posters #26: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

His adventure on earth indeed. Our E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Out-of-Context Poster celebrates the connections between Steven Spielberg films and George...
Alien

Out-of-Context Posters #29: Alien (1979)

The original Alien Out-of-Context Movie Poster is far more terrifying than I could have ever imagined! In space, no one can hear you...

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