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Double feature : One-sheet Bridge Bunny & the Drive Home Short film poster
    Film poster Artwork  \ Australian Release Poster \ Short Horror Films\ updated -21\09\2017

 one sheet Bridge Bunny and the Drive Home Double bill poster

Promotional Poster

Nocturn's promo wallpaper layout for double feature Bridge bunny and the drive home

Computer HD Wallpaper

Nocturne's 3rd Facebook title banner design featuring the Urbanly legendary Bridge Bunny and the Drive Home

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Artwork Details :
     Artists Description and general comments.

Client : Aaron Wakem
Brief : Create print ready Poster Art for the third "double billing" of seven short films that function as a horror/supernatural anthology.
Medium : Digital : Photographic illustration in Adobe Photoshop 2014 AD
Design Notes : B Grade style Double bill poster designed by ArkhªmHªus (referencing Director William "One-Shot" Beaudine).Nocturn logo designed by ArkhªmHªus. Enkidu Studios logo designed by ArkhªmHªus. Not to be confused with the 1955 burlesque documentary Shock-O-Rama, or 2005's Shock-O-Rama.
A B movie is a low-budget piece of cinema with, at the very least, commercial intentions that can definitively not be classified as arthouse. In its original usage, during Hollywood's Golden Age, the term more precisely identified a film intended for distribution as the less-publicized, bottom half of a double feature. Although the north american production of movies intended as second features petered out by the end of the '50s, the term itself continued to be used in the broader sense it maintains today. There is ambiguity on both sides of the definition: on the one hand, many B movies display a high degree of craft and aesthetic ingenuity; on the other, the primary interest of many inexpensive exploitation films is targeting the libido (remedial translation: TITs!) & Blood Lust of adolescent males, In some cases, both may be true. Now for the slow ones who missed the reference at the top of the design notes, the poster design is an homage to B grade double feature film plybills from the 60's. the phrase "Shockorama" have its origin for me at least in the wacked out 1966 coupling of Billy the Kid vs Dracula and Jesse James meets Frankenstein's daughter. Watch the trailer please....

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