Combine the crash test dummies with a dash of creepiness and a hint of pure terror and you have the poster for Visitors. I wish more movie posters were willing to try something different, something quirky, something off the wall. Then again most people seem to make their movie decisions based of of the names and faces on posters, big actors or directors usually, and I doubt my mother would look at this one and really want to see it.
Paranormal Activity may have finally run into a wall with their next installment subtitled 'The Marked Ones'. At least their poster has their heart in the right, scary, place. I'm hoping the new characters and setting can combine well with the somewhat confusing lore they've set up for themselves, Then again I'm far enough checked out of this series they can do whatever they want with it.
This poster for 50 to 1 looks more like a Seabiscuit ripoff. Not sure if I'd be willing to watch an entire movie about a race horse from only 3 years ago. Seabiscuit wasn't just about a horse doing the impossible, it represented the entire Great Depression and the perseverance to get through it. I don't see myself getting into a horse racing movie about nothing more than an outdated sport.
We end with three posters from the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man 2. The three reveal each villain from the movie, Rhino, Electro, and the Green Goblin, and all together form one large scene. I'd love to see a theater put these up all together but I'd expect only to spot the middle one most of the time. Hopefully this sequel can master the balance between three villains and not fall into the same mistakes from the previous version.