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