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?

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Out-of-Context Posters #33: The Fox and the Hound (1981)

Today's Out-of-Context Poster is a reader request: Disney's 1981 animated release, THE FOX AND THE HOUND (a.k.a. less gutsy BAMBI!). Now there's a poster...
Indiana Jones

Out-of-Context Posters #28: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

If I, like Indiana Jones, was ever trapped in a place nicknamed the "Temple of Doom," I think this would be the exact expression...
Close Encounters

Out-of-Context Posters #18: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)

One of my biggest annoyances will all subsequent posters for Close Encounters of the Third Kind is that they have been reworked from the ambiguous...
Roger Rabbit

Out-of-Context Posters #34: Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT - a true product of the 80's when kid's fare was prone to having more mature themes. As we countdown to the 35th & final regular...
Top 13

Hilarity by Default’s Top 5 “Out-of-Context Posters” of 2016

As 2016 comes to a close, we'll be counting down some of my favorite features from the last year such as my Top 13...

Out-of-Context Posters #30: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)

Rogue One's Out-of-Context Poster shows off a perfect example of an advertising money shot if I ever saw one! The Star Wars prequel fans didn’t really...

Other Default Stories

Deleted Disney: Is “Proud of Your Boy” ALADDIN’S Most Tragic Cut?

ALADDIN's "Proud of Your Boy" stands as one of the most heartbreaking deleted Disney songs but would it have fit in the final film that we got?