We’ve been talking a lot about the Tremors franchise these last several weeks, and that’s because a whole lot has been going on in that world of late. For starters, the Michael Gross-starring Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell was just released, and the planned Kevin Bacon-starring TV series, a continuation of the original film, was killed by Syfy.
On another Tremors note, super-fan Jonathan Melville, who wrote the book Seeking Perfection: The Unofficial Guide to Tremors, just took to Twitter to share two pieces of alternate poster art for the original film that were whipped up by artist Donn Greer. The rarely-seen sketch concepts were created before Greer had actually seen the movie.
Of course, the final Tremors poster ended up being a Jaws-inspired piece that became quite iconic, but Greer’s sketches are pretty badass in their own right.
Oh, and I’ll also take along some rarely-seen #Tremors artwork to @HorrorConEdin tomorrow, Donn Greer’s sketches created for possible poster designs using only the script for reference. Look at those guns! pic.twitter.com/6EKUjbdRpK
— Jonathan Melville (@jon_melville) May 11, 2018