8-Bit Versions of Movie Posters

Whether you know it or you don’t, it’s the era of 8-bit. I mean, it’s obsolete in terms of actual graphics and computer games, but on the web? There isn’t an aspect of geek culture that doesn’t get the 8-bit re-do, and popular movies and their posters are no exception. Done by Eric Palmer, he decided to touch some of the more popular films from recent years – 300, Harry Potter, Iron Man, but also touch a couple of classics like Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory.


Didn’t he kick him down a well?

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire


James Cameron actually did venture to the deepest spot of the world’s oceans, becoming the first person to make the diving trip solo.

The Matrix

And the Wachowski Brothers never made a decent film again.

Iron Man

Not to be confused with Iron Man 2.

Star Wars

Which one? Probably the first, which was released under that name.

V For Vendetta

The Dark Knight

Kill Bill: Vol. 1

Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory

The Gene Wilder version.

Jurassic Park

Too bad we don’t get to see the lawyer split into two parts.

2001: A Space Odyssey

Good Will Hunting

Somehow, someday, someone in Hollywood will find a way to make a sequel to this film, and it will be terrible. For some more 8-Bit awesomeness, there’s no need to look very far – Classic paintings like the Mona Lisa have already went through the 8-Bit treatment, and obviously video game character like Mario and Mega Man as well.