Drafthouse/Mondo Unveil Their Second Mystery Movie Poster

A few months ago the Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo, AKA the theater's botique art division, created a new programming series: The Mondo Mystery Movie.  Basically, Mondo was planning a series of screenings of unknown films - could be vintage, could be new - and comissioning a poster that would then only be available to those lucky enough to attend a one-time screening.  The first Mondo Mystery Movie sold out within a minute, despite the fact that no one had any idea what it was (it ended up being the highly influential anime Akira, and that poster still pops up on eBay for hundreds of dollars).

Well now the Drafthouse and Mondo are back with Mystery Movie #2, and as with the first film, tickets for this unknown film and poster sold out within a minute.  And while while we wish we could teleport everyone to this very special screening, we can do the next best thing: tell you what it is and show you the poster.  
We're thrilled to present to you, courtesy of Movies.com, the first in Mondo's new series of licensed Jurassic Park posters (also, look for JP's debut on Blu-ray on 10/25/11).  That's right, Jurassic Park is joining the likes of Star Wars and Star Trek as one of the shop's most cherished art series and this striking poster by Aaron Horkey is the first in this new line.  


Read the full blog post over on Movies.com!


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