New Posters of the Week (1/11)

Greetings and Happy Wednesday to you!!

Today, we once again get to take a look at all of the…

Hooray!! You already know that a fun guilty pleasure of mine is collecting movie posters! If you love movie posters like I do, then you are likely to enjoy the latest ones of the week!

Take a peek:

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Well, what do you think? Which ones are your favorites in this week’s spotlight? I personally like Underworld Awakening, The Woman in Black, and Django Unchained.

Leave a comment! 🙂

Thanks for reading! Happy Watching!

T, The Focused Filmographer

To see past editions of this post (Spotlight on New Posters of the Week), click HERE.

up next: “Trailer Time Thursday!”


  1. ‘Django Unchained’ stands out for me ‘cuz it’s the next Tarantino. ‘The Woman in Black’, a remake of a haunting film little seen for too long, is the next one for me. Of course, I can’t get enough of Kate Beckinsale in the ‘Underworld’ series — high art it’s not, but I’m a guy and stuff like this is programmed into my DNA ;-).


  2. Django Unchained does look like the best of thes movies wise… but i’m not going to lie, that Chronicle poster was pretty darn cool 😀

    On another note, congrats on 400 followers! Huge accomplishment man!


  3. The chronicle poster really reminds me of the Sony videogame ‘Infamous’. In it you play a guy who can control things with electricity. Let be said that he can throw cars.

    I like the slide show idea.


  4. My Faves are Wrong & Iron Lady. I think the Iron Lady poster is so cute, and clever. More appealing than the movie itself unfortunately…lol. Wrong is such an interesting one to look at. It actually seems kind of calming. I can’t see the Name of the Movie poster after Safe House. Interested to know whic movie that poster is for.


  5. I’m with everyone else here, Django Unchained has a very cool poster. Chronicle also stands out as a dramatic image. I’m mixed on Wrong… artistically, it’s a great image, but it says nothing about what kind of film it is. Not every poster has to show details about the film — I can tell from Django Unchained‘s poster that the film has a kind of rough violent tone to it even though it’s a very minimalistic image — but Wrong‘s just doesn’t tell me anything. Not a fan of the poster for The Iron Lady… I think it tries to be too cutesy. I would expect a poster like that for a Julia Roberts girl power breaking barriers in the big company type of comedy. I don’t think it fits the tone the film-makers are going for.


    • You know, I hadn’t looked at The Iron Lady poster in that light before. I guess I was just overjoyed with the fact that it wasn’t just Meryl Streep’s face like the previous 2 posters, yet still tells the message of her being different. But I could totally see the poster as a perfect fit for a “Julia Roberts girl power breaking barriers in the big company” type of movie!

      And, yes, the Django Unchained does tell a great story doesn’t it? Thanks for stopping in and commenting!!


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