This is a reproduction of a 1957 poster, for the movie, "Attack of the Crab Monsters".
"Attack of the Crab Monsters" is a 1957 independently made American black-and-white science fiction-horror film, produced and directed by Roger Corman. Corman was known for his low-budget, high-concept B-movies, and "Attack of the Crab Monsters" is a classic example of his work.
The film stars Richard Garland, Pamela Duncan, and Russell Johnson (who would later be known for his role as the Professor on "Gilligan's Island"). The story revolves around a group of scientists who arrive on a remote island to study the effects of nuclear fallout.
What they encounter are giant, mutated crabs that have not only grown to an enormous size due to the radiation but have also gained the ability to absorb the minds of their victims. This bizarre power makes the crabs more dangerous as they inherit the knowledge of the people they consume, allowing them to set cunning traps for the remaining humans.
Despite its limited budget and relatively short running time, "Attack of the Crab Monsters" delivers on its premise with a good deal of campy fun and creativity. The film effectively uses its isolated setting to generate tension and offers some interesting monster effects for the era. Like many of Corman's films, it's often enjoyed today for its nostalgia, inventive story, and place in the history of science fiction and horror cinema.
The poster comes already framed and can be securely hung with the necessary hardware already attached. Its high quality is evident in the use of archival-grade photo paper and ink typically used in museums. The framing material is made of MDF, which is considered an eco-friendly option. Additionally, the frame is low maintenance and resistant to swelling and warping, ensuring long-lasting durability.
• Poster size: 20"x30"
• Paper: LexJet Premium 200 gsm
• Finish: Matte
• Printer: Canon iPF9400, which is a professional high-end, inkjet printer
• Ink: Canon 12-color Aqueous, which is acid free, archival quality
• Frame material: MDF with a black finish
• Hanging hardware: Already attached (see photo)
• Cover: Acrylic
MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) is an extremely durable, composite wood product made from recycled wood fibers, which makes it a more environmentally friendly option compared to traditional wood products.
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