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B-Movie Splatterâ„¢

By die Typonauten

Across the world, cheap cinemas played cheap movies throughout the 1950s and early ?60s. Talented draughtsmen and designers took out their brushes each week to picture a key scene from the latest flick, oozing romance, violence and/or terror, with expressive lettering to match. This is the atmosphere that B-Movie Retro from Die Typonauten captures so admirably. The font comes in three brush styles, each suggesting its own type of bad movie. The outrageous list of key words speaks volumes: from beast to zombie, from bomb to zorro. And don?t forget the fancy set of catchwords! Surely, no plot is too bizarre for this typeface." - MyFonts-Newsletter 2007"