About Just Movie Posters.Com

Just Movie Posters.Com was established in January 2000 by Ilena Di Toro of Philadelphia, PA. She got her start by selling childhood treasures on Internet auction sites in 1999. Once those items were sold, she decided to sell movie posters.

"After all, people like going to the movies," Di Toro said. "So, who wouldn't want a movie poster from a favorite movie."

Whether you want a movie poster from the latest movie, collect posters from a specific genre or are just looking for that one of a kind movie poster, chances are you'll find it at Just Movie Posters.Com.

Your questions, comments and wish lists are most welcome. Click here or on Contact to send an email.

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Wouldn't you know it. Members of the old and new media found out about Just Movie Posters.Com. It just goes to show that you can't keep a good thing secret for long. To learn more, click on the underlined publication, blog or show.

    Just Movie Posters.Com was mentioned in the Mommies Reviews 2020 Fathers Day Gift Guide. Hint: The gift idea wasn't a tie.

    Steph's Cheers and Jeers wrote about getting a movie poster from Just Movie Posters.Com in its 2020 Mother's Day Gift Guide.

    Just Movie Posters.Com was mentioned in the My Four and More "Teacher Christmas Gift Ideas" gift guide of December 4, 2019. So, if you are looking for a gift for a favorite teacher, click in the link and be sure to get her or him a movie poster. (ha-ha)

    Do you know a guy who is graduating from university/college in 2020? I'm sure he would like a movie poster and the folks at University Frames agree with me. What makes me say that? A movie poster was mentioned as a gift in their blog entry of November 28, 2019.

    This very website was featured in the Mommies Reviews "Christmas Gifts For the Movie & Music Lover" gift guide of November 18, 2019.

    An article titled "23 Movies That These People Say Deserve A Sequel" appeared in the of July 12, 2019 issue of the online publication eFor-Real. This article featured my suggestion that a certain film from 1989 is due for a sequel. What film did I suggest? All I will say here is that it isn't a superhero film and it is Number 23 on the list.

    A certain webmaster (me) was quoted in the Closetbox Blog entry of May 14, 2018. The entry deals with toys from the 1980s that are worth lots of money. As always, I say to collect for enjoyment, NOT investment purposes.

    Just Movie Posters.Com hit the big time (sort of) when webmaster Ilena Di Toro was quoted in an US News & World Report article of August 12, 2016 titled, "Wait! Why You Shouldn't Sell Your Prized Collection for Quick Cash."