Artist Turns Classic Childhood Board Games Into Incredible Horror Movie Posters


Summer is over, October is here, and Halloween is right around the corner.

That means sweater weather, football season, pumpkin spice bullshit and of course, scary movies.

And while I’m admittedly not much of a fan of scary movies, I can really appreciate the kind of artistic vision and creativity it takes to make them. The good ones are really good, and even the bad, low-budget monster flicks have their own redeeming qualities.

But let’s try this: Imagine if children’s board games were turned into horror movies. Because that’s exactly what graphic designer Justin Bryant did.

Featuring Hungry Hungry Hippos, Candyland, Mouse Trap and more, Justin took some of your childhood favorites and turned them into bone-chilling movie posters.

A kitchen with a sink and a toaster oven

And the best part?

You can purchase all of them in Justin’s merch store at 1126 Art Studios.

Getcha some.

A beer bottle on a dock


A beer bottle on a dock