Friday, October 31, 2014
If you're a fan of frights, then Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights are probably your cup of tea (or witches brew at least), with all its nighttime thrills, themed interactive mazes and scare zones based on iconic horror TV and film franchises.
Dracula Untold and disturbing film sequels like The Purge: Anarchy.
New TV spin-offs like From Dusk Till Dawn and cinematic classics like An American Werewolf in London also provide creatures like vampires and lycanthropes to terrorize visitors, then to provide further nightmares for guests, there's a gaggle of creepy clowns to provide some unforgettable haunting memories, plus many more Halloween scares to be had.
Meanwhile the Alien vs Predator billboard was spotted along Ventura Boulevard in Studio City on October 9, 2014.
Halloween Horror Nights billboards from years past and if you're a fan of the TV show, enjoy these cool season promo billboards for The Walking Dead.
Here's hoping you all have a horrific Halloween (and we mean that it the nicest way possible).
Thursday, October 30, 2014
If not there's still time to visit L.A.'s Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park and experience such horrific delights as the House of the Horsemen, the Seven Sins Sideshow, plus mazes and rides to satisfy your supernatural scare cravings.
These spooky Jack O' Lantern themed billboards were snapped high above Wilshire Boulevard on October 3 and along Sunset Boulevard on October 6, 2014.
Meanwhile the company that produces the Haunted Hayride both in L.A. and in New York, Ten Thirty One Productions (who've been featured on the business pitch show Shark Tank), is also responsible for the Summer's Great Horror Campout.
If you're a big fan of Halloween and spooky scares, be sure to also check out these L.A. Haunted Hayride billboards from years past.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Back in 1795 three boys discovered a man-made hole filled with intriguing artifacts on the small wooded isle, which led to a history of treasure seekers for over 200 hundred years and millions of dollars spent in its pursuit. The infamous pirate's treasure has yet to be found, but some folks still believe the answer is still down there.
If you like this outdoor ad creative, be sure to also enjoy these other billboards for History's TV shows from recent times.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
This November Aaron Sorkin's political news and current affairs journalism drama, The Newsroom, will air its final episodes and it'll be interesting to see what recent world events the series will tackle and how many people will be offended by it.
season one billboards for The Newsroom.
If you're a fan of the compelling show, be sure to also check out these atmospheric season two billboards for The Newsroom.
Monday, October 27, 2014
These billboards for the comedy with the Farrelly Brothers at the helm once again were snapped around the streets of L.A. from October 21 to October 25, 2014, from Sunset Boulevard to Fairfax Avenue, Pico Boulevard to Beverly Boulevard and Olympic Boulevard.
Mr. Popper's Penguins, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone and Kick-Ass 2 have been box office successes.
Meanwhile in recent years, Jeff Daniels has explored more serious roles and even won an Emmy for his portrayal of news anchor 'Will McAvoy' in HBO's journalism drama, The Newsroom.
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Elementary season one billboards from around the streets of L.A. and New York City in 2012.
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Michael Jai White voices the titular character based on Scott Sanders 2009 live-action blaxploitation parody of the same name, once again joined by his groovy ass-kicking crew, 'Bullhorn' (Byron Minns), 'Honey Bee' (Kym Whitely) and 'Cream Corn' (Tommy Davidson).
This bold sophomore season billboard with its 70's vibe was snapped along Sunset Boulevard at Crescent Heights Boulevard on October 15, 2014.If you're a fan of the Adult Swim show, be sure to also check out this Black Dynamite season one billboard from July 2012.
And remember, the only thing more explosive than dynamite is Black Dynamite.
Friday, October 24, 2014
In this gangster revenge thriller, Keanu Reeves plays a former hitman who comes out of retirement and goes on a killing spree when mobsters steal his car and kill the dog left to him by his dying wife. Like the tagline says, you don't want to set him off. Cue bullets, blood and mayhem galore.
giant movie billboards for 47 Ronin from November 2013.
For another example of human figures being worked into a film title, be sure to take a look at this Gravity movie billboard too.
Looks like Keanu Reeves is back on top form in this new action movie which interestingly is co-directed by his former stunt double Chad Stahelski and David Leitch.