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    [–] Why do posters get so many upvotes on this sub? BunyipPouch 4 points ago in movies

    As someone who posts a lot of posters on this sub, including the one you linked, I think it's because posters are usually the first thing to come out in terms of advertising for a movie.

    Before trailers, images, interviews, etc, studios will put out a poster to build hype. It introduces people to a movie they might not have even known was happening. It's easy and quick, no need to watch a 3 minute trailer. They have a broader/accessible appeal than most other marketing, I guess.

    I personally like to find posters for more obscure movies that I didn't even know were happening. The discussion tends to be better also than let's say 'Kong Skull Island Poster #15'.

    There's exceptions obviously, like when a MCU/DC/Star Wars/etc poster is released. That's just a race for whoever posts it first and it'll get upvoted no matter what, even if there's already been 40 trailers for that movie.

    [–] First Poster for Horror-Mystery 'Winchester: The House That Ghosts Built' - Starring Helen Mirren & Jason Clarke BunyipPouch 2 points ago in movies


    Eccentric firearm heiress believes she is haunted by the souls of people killed by the Winchester repeating rifle.

    Release Date:

    February 2, 2018


    Michael & Peter Spierig (Daybreakers, Jigsaw, Predestination)

    [–] Riley Keough to Star in Horror 'The Lodge' BunyipPouch 4 points ago in movies

    Severin Fiala and Veronica Franz will direct. They directed Goodnight Mommy, which was Austria’s foreign language Oscar entry in 2016,

    Description, from the article:

    The story of two siblings whose mother has died and find themselves spending the night alone with their new stepmother.

    Stuck in a remote mountain cabin, the trio are terrorised by a supernatural force.

    [–] What was the best film you watched this week? (16/10/2017 - 22/10/2017) BunyipPouch 25 points ago in movies

    Only The Brave.

    The final few scenes were some of the most heartbreaking I've seen this year. Every character felt 100% real and was well-acted. Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, and Josh Brolin were great. Even Taylor Kitsch was impressive.

    Would highly recommenced to anyone, even people that aren't fond of recent-disaster biopics (Deepwater Horizon, Patriot's Day, etc)

    Solid 8/10

    [–] First Poster for Comedy-Drama 'The Heday of the Insensitive Bastards' - Starring Natalie Portman, James Franco, Kate Mara, and Kristen Wiig BunyipPouch 39 points ago in movies

    Really great cast and comes out in 5 days but I had absolutely no idea this existed until 2 minutes ago. Weird.


    Based on short stories from Robert Boswell's collection, seven vignettes explore the difference between fantasy and reality, memory and history, and the joy and agony of the human condition.

    Release Date:

    October 27, 2017

    [–] New Poster for Action-Horror 'Mayhem' - Starring Steven Yeun & Samara Weaving BunyipPouch 822 points ago in movies


    A virus spreads through a office complex causing white collar workers to act out their worst impulses.

    Rotten Tomatoes:


    Release Date:

    November 10, 2017