Last Updated on July 27, 2021
Movies have gone a long way from simply a form of entertainment to becoming part of our culture. Today, movies span genres and countries. There are films that make you laugh, make you cry, make you frightened, or all three.
Hollywood doesn’t have the monopoly in producing the best movies anymore. Even small, independent companies can create films. In fact, you can make your own short film on zero budget! Movies can also reflect a community’s struggles. Many motion pictures today feature the reality of a local area, or a group of people.
You don’t need to be directing movies in order to produce a blockbuster. These movie fonts will garner plenty of attention by themselves when used appropriately.
Marvelous Movie Fonts
Arkana is a breathtaking fantasy typeface. It includes upper, lowercase, special characters, numbers and punctuation. You can use this font for a variety of projects. It’s perfect for books, video games, movies or any other kind of publishing or production in the fantasy genre.
Iceberg has an interesting mix of quite a few Pixxar titles in its setup, and at the same time, have a bit of a Frozen look to it. For the playful cinematic experience of high class animations, Iceberg is a good option.
Devant Pro is an experimentally tall typeface that would serve well for movies requiring a dramatic headline. That’s the wonder of tall fonts like these – you can increase their size quite significantly and still not take up a lot of room horizontally.
5. Dragon Fire
Firing up a cinematic experience and need some of that Game of Thrones vibe? That’s where Dragon Fire swoops in and saves the day. The playful serifs are enough to make it stand out bold and bright. That said, make sure to add some layers tyles on top to make it as impactful as it can be.
Make your sci-fi or modern concepts stand out using this font pack by Typoerba. The set includes 4 bonus logo templates you can apply on your commercial projects.
7. Due Credit
Specifically designed for the film and television industry, this display font from Wingsart Studio features a total of 14 fonts that look amazing on headlines, credit blocks, or titles.
Inspired by the film noir genre, this contemporary sans serif by Ochaya Designs will bring the right amount of drama to your works.
9. Parkson Sans Serif
With influences from the grotesque fonts of the 19th century, Greg Nicholls has managed to create 18 fonts that are clean, legible, and beautiful from every angle.
10. The Artist
A font duo featuring a retro grotesk and modern script with extras, you can’t go wrong when making this purchase.
11. Armada CPC
Inspired by seafaring ships fit for battle, Christopher P. Cacho brings to you an extended typeface that’s sturdy and willing to fight for you.
12. Sickle Blade Typeface
This gem from Alphadesign is ideal for horror, fantasy, or game-related themes.
13. Metropolis Font Family
Evoke the chaos, mystery, and thrill of the urban jungle in this versatile font family by Unio that’s based on an old classic design by the original 1927 Fritz Lang movie.
14. August Typeface
If you’re looking for something minimal but with a fun, subtle twist to it, look no further than this dynamic display font from Julia Bausenhardt.
Slay the competition using this custom font that looks great when applied on adventure, action, fantasy, or retro themes.
Don’t underestimate these simple fonts by Herofonts. Available in four weights: Light, Regular, Bold, Black, the set includes web fonts, too.
Featuring a total of 6 unique fonts, you and your audiences will be swimming under the sea when they see these funny, quirky, but versatile typefaces.
20. Mangano Font
Hindia Studio presents this modern typeface that comes in 2 styles: Clean and Rough that are perfect for personal or commercial works.
21. TT Bluescreens
22. Rockrace Font Family
Whether you’re working on sports, industrial, or retro concepts, this font family from Arterfak Project has everything you need to make those designs stand out.
A sharp and elegant sans from NimaType, you can’t go wrong when using this for your headlines or body copy.
24. Brother Typeface
With this bold and awesome typeface by Giemons, you can easily convey your message regardless of where you apply it.
25. Stargaze Typeface
Explore the boundaries of your own imagination in this futuristic typeface from Tugcu Design Co.
27. Hitchcut Display Font
A homage to Saul Bass and Alfred Hitchcock, this big and bold display font by Its Me Simon will not leave you hanging.
Keep it classy and modern with this gem from Ramey Type Foundry. The product contains a total of 6 font styles as well as special characters and special tildes.
This offering from Shaped Fonts will look wonderful on adventure, vintage, minimalist, or rustic themes.
Get into the Wild West spirit in this font family designed by Vintage Voyage D.S. The pack includes 7 typefaces and 4 styles inspired by Morricone music, and Tarantino and Leone movies.
31. Njord Typeface
Call upon the strength of the Vikings when you use this distinct display typeface by Tugcu Design Co.
32. Quartz Grotesque
Clean, crisp, and simple, this font by Font Forestry is every modern minimalist’s dream!
34. Vanguard CF
With 16 fonts you can mix and match or use as a standalone, Connary Fagen offers a wide variety of styles so you make an amazing first impression.
35. NovaDeco Type Family
Designed to evoke the Art Deco period, this display typeface by Types and Boats will be the only wow factor you need when creating contemporary pieces.
36. TT Trailers
This collection of extra narrow fonts by TypeType supports 212 languages including Cyrillic, and includes 1078 glyphs for each of the 10 typefaces.
37. Film Poster Narrow
With 3 styles (Rounded, Semirounded, Regular) to choose from, this big and bold offering from Fateh.Lab will get you making headlines, titles, posters, and labels that demand attention.
39. MADE Soulmaze
Use this product from MadeType for all your branding, corporate, or marketing needs.
40. Marschel Pro
Zeune Type Foundry lets you effortlessly add magic to your projects thanks to this 8-font pack.