1. Paul Goodman Changed My Life: Grade B
This may be from that era after all, but what I love about this poster is the look of a depression era photo. Every crease in who I assume is Paul Goodman’s face, seems to have a life of its own.
2. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol: Grade C-
The vertigo inducing shot is very cool, but the design of the titles, not so much.
3. Amanha Nunca Mais: Grade C
I really like the shade of blue used, not typical of many posters, but the text used for the title is a little too typical and unimagined.
4. Lost in Fog: Grade C-
Everything seems crammed and bunched together. There is no room to breathe in this poster.
5. Battle of Warsaw 1920: Grade C+
The design feels a bit like clip art, and there is a lot of clutter to it, but call me a romantic, the sentiment is appealing.
6. The Other F Word: Grade B+
This is a playful, fun poster, with a graffiti-like feel.
7. Freak Dance: Grade B
It’s crude, but this poster is hilarious. Let’s hope the movie is the same.
8. Wiebos War: Grade C+
It is a bit pandering, and there seems to be a lack of attention to detail, overall though, I like the doomy look of it.
9. Exhumed: Grade A
This is a creepy, haunting poster. My only real problem with it is all the mannequins look like Brittany Spears.
10. La Sublevacion: Grade A+
Okay, I know it looks like an amusing greeting card (not including the nudity) but there is something wonderfully human and poetic about this poster.
– James Merolla