Not sure if they're trying to make an allusion to the Pink Floyd album or if this is really about stories from beyond the grave. Maybe it's a documentary about experiencing death first hand? Perhaps they could have used this poster to describe the movie more but I like the simplicity and that it garners more curiosity than a poster for a death documentary ever could.
We move onto another movie about death, well the death of two careers. I'm both surprised and not surprised to see Stallone and Schwarzenegger still trying to be action stars. When you don't have the ability to really stretch yourself as an actor you run back to what has always made you money. Hopefully these old men can manage to entertain and prove to us all they can still make good action flicks.
Another film I know little to nothing about. As the poster claims this is a Sundance film which makes me really hope I can see it, at least on streaming, some time soon. Sometimes you get more out of films you know nothing about and have never heard of than films with huge marketing budgets and years of hype.
We end this week's roundup with two viral marketing posters for Hunger Game: Catching Fire. They are mock-ups of posters you would find in the capital advertising for perfume and sunglasses. They are definitely unique.