Mr. Horkey's take on the triumphant T-Rex in the first poster was so scary good that I wanted to go in a completely different direction to help showcase some other aspects of the movie that I (personally) found more compelling.
As exciting as some of the chase scenes are, I was always more impressed with the gentler, more awe-inspiring visual moments in the film. The 'scary monster on our heels' stuff was done before in countless movies, but the scenes that stuck with me were the fleeting moments between chases... characters could briefly reflect on their amazing surroundings and interact with these giants with sentiments other than 'RUN!' (That said, just had to include the Trex in there because let's face it- he's the hero of the flick).
Stay tuned to Mondo's site on Thursday, as the sale will happen at a random time (watch their twitter). There will also be a variant available without the titles/credits which will go up at the same time (don't ask which I like better, apples and oranges etc). If I do have any to sell later I'll let folks know through the mailing list etc.
As always, thanks for listening-