If you're a fan of del Toro, then this is simply a must own. The artists have not only managed to lovingly craft a wonderful portrait of one of the film world's most creative minds, but were also able to pay tribute to the five movies that played during the "Fright Nights" program. And for those wondering, the five films in question are: L'arcano incantatore, Black Sabbath, The Innocents, Cronos, and The Devil's Backbone. There are many, many things to like about these prints, but I think my favorite two elements are the cathedral setting and the incredibly detailed Cronos device. First, the setting. I love how these posters were designed as if the image was going to be immortalized in stained glass. The backdrop takes the idea of Guillermo del Toro as the patron saint of fantastical horror and movie loving, and really runs with it. Finally, we come to the incredibly detailed Cronos device, which in all honesty, is so beautiful, it could've had its own poster. Seriously, look at it!
The "Fright Nights" gig posters are currently available from Phantom City Creative AND Ghoulish Gary Pullin, through their respective storefronts. Both posters measure 12" x 36" and are signed and numbered. The regular edition costs $40 and is limited to 100, while the variant is limited to an edition of 30 and costs $65. To learn more about Phantom City Creative, be sure to checkout their website at phantomcitycreative.com, their previously mentioned store, and follow them @PhantomCityCrtv. And for those wanting to find out more about the incredibly talented Ghoulish Gary Pullin, head over to ghoulishgary.com, visit his storefront, his Tumblr blog, and follow him on Twitter @ghoulishgary.