Minimalist, bloody without being gory, and blazed into our minds until Christmas day.
A delightful, hand-drawn poster by Johnny Sampson for a documentary about DIY home haunters.
Inspired by M. C. Escher’s iconic lithograph, Relativity, and far more interesting than the floating house poster.
The Eadward Muybridge-esque use of photo stills lends a dark conceptual twist to the art for this documentary about a French confidence man who impersonated a missing 13-year-old boy.
All the posters for Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master were fairly interesting, but the painted Rorschach inkblot design featured in the Turkish version won us over completely.
The promotional posters for Ang Lee’s adaptation of Yann Martel’s novel felt like gorgeous watercolor paintings. It’s a lovely complement to Lee’s breathtaking cinematography.
The tagline on its own is chilling, but when paired with this imagery, the poster equally inspires wonder.
Like the film, the poster is a storybook brought to life. Artist Michael Gaskell created the hand-painted beauty.
This intriguing, wrinkled poster illustrates the strange hand signals cult members shared in the smartly unnerving thriller.
The found footage horror flick had its spooky moments, but the VHS-heavy skull poster truly stole the show. It’s also a nice, little nod to the poster for Visiting Hours.
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