Mondo artists create Dredd 3D poster, Tarantino box set


In case you missed it, Dredd 3D is actually supposed to be pretty good, and now it has the Mondo poster to prove it. As a part of the film's final premier at Austin's Fantastic Fest, Mondo has teamed up with artist Jock to create a stark, bold, sketchy poster for the action movie. The poster is going to be sold by Mondo at Fantastic Fest, so our lucky Texas readers have a chance of snagging one!

Mondo artist Ken Taylor was also featured this week debuting the new Quentin Tarantino 10 disk Blu-ray box set. The set includes Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, True Romance, the two Kill Bill films, Death ProofInglourious Basterds, and two new bonus material disks. A lot of these movies already exist on Blu-ray, so if you already own most of them, you may want to pass on this set. However, if you don't have many -- or any -- Tarantino movies and you want to, here's your chance to stock up! More info on the set can be found here, and check out below for a picture of the box and disk art by Taylor. 

[Via First Showing, /Film]

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