Someone is wrong on the Internet.

I'm 'covering' a rap song! Isn't it so funny how I said bitch? Aren't I precious?I think the most annoying internet micro-trend this year has been graphic designers making "new" posters for old movies. "Oh look, I made a poster for a blockbuster scifi movie but I made it 'minimal' and/or look like it starred Steve McQueen! Aren't I precious?" No. You're a talentless hack. Make something new.

Also, stop posting things with the comment, "Presented without comment". That is a comment, you smirking illiterate! It's just passive-voice and cowardly. Take a stand.


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15 Responses:

  1. David M.A. says:

    Apropos of nothing: did you tweak your css to make your posts appear in white text to make them stand out more, or did that result from a WordPress update breaking your css?

  2. Edouard says:
  3. Adamooo says:

    New tags for this post: praetoritio, apophasis, paralipsis.

  4. Otto says:

    Some of the rap song covers are pretty fun to sing along to, though.

  5. Jonn says:

    I especially hate it when they base the poster on things that are basically unrecognisable unless you're familiar with the film. What good is a movie poster if you have to have seen the movie already to understand it?

    On the other hand, some would work just fine as Criterion covers.

  6. David says:

    I dunno, there are a lot of annoying internet micro-trends to choose from, and this one seems relatively tame.