Unlike the previously mentioned posters for Doom and Prime, this one is very cool. Where the Truth Lies is the story of a reporter investigating a woman's mysterious death in the bathtub of two TV personalities played by Kevin Bacon and Colin Firth. It's not quite great in that if anything it's over-stylized to the… Continue reading Where The Truth Lies poster
Check out the new one-sheet (if you can call it that it's so uninspired) for the romantic comedy Prime. Watch Meryl Streep be tragically underused as a psychiatrist whose daughter (Uma Thurman) starts dating a patient (Bryan Greenberg). In case you were wondering I have no idea who Greenberg is or why Thurman would say… Continue reading Prime poster
I have to admit I used to play Doom back when I should have been paying attention to things like college and other useless divertions. It was fun enough but never seemed like it would be good fodder for a movie. Based solely on this poster I can see that I was right.
Cinema Blend has a look at the one-sheet for Little Manhattan, the love story of two young kids in New York. It's the kind of movie I'd run away from and make a Chris-shaped whole in the wall doing so if it had been directed by some like Chris Columbus or John Hughes. The trailer,… Continue reading Little Manhattan poster
Late summer and early fall always brings out the inner boogeyman in the major studios. They pounce upon Halloween like a fat kid on a cupcake. It's the perfect excuse to trot out all their supposedly “scary” stories which have of late starred far too many current and former actors from The WB and UPN.… Continue reading Movie Marketing Madness: The Exorcism of Emily Rose