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Black Land

You'll be dying to leave.

What was meant to be a simple environmental assessment of Black Land becomes a horror filled assessment in survival.

  Vancouver, BC  |  Horror, Thriller

Mission #3: Poster

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Mission #3: The Poster A - Black Land
Keep it simple. We love it hope you do too!
Mission #3: The Poster B - Black Land
We just love his shot!
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  • Sheldon's Photo
    Sheldon O. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Poster B

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    Shaine's Photo
    Shaine J. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Good to know! Thanks Sheldon!

  • Colleen's Photo
    Colleen C. 0  posted 3 years ago

    I picked poster B..43% of the vote..

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    Shaine J. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Thanks Colleen! We appreciate the feedback. Thanks for your continued support and involvement with Black Land!

  • Ry's Photo
    Ry B. 0  posted 3 years ago

    I like the simplicity of these posters. They sort of remind of 30 Days of Night in a good way. You're selling the creature/horror/thriller aspect in an artistic and intriguing way. Definitely catches the eye. Cheers!!

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    Shaine J. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Nice! Thanks Ry! We are really stoked to see you checking out Black Land again! We appreciate your support and comments!! We are glad we caught your eye!

  • Lovina's Photo
    Lovina Y. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Poster A color is more striking and gives you a horror vibe. I do like B version too.
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    Shaine J. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Thanks Team Wasted we appreciate The feedback and support!

  • Kevin's Photo
    Kevin L. 0  posted 3 years ago

    I'd go for the red, but overall neither poster draws me in or gives me a good reason to want to see the film.

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    Shaine J. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Thanks for your continued support and feedback Kevin!

  • Shel's Photo
    Shel F. 0  posted 3 years ago

    The black and white one really shows the stark fear that the movie evokes. After seeing the face of the guy in the ground throughout most of the trailer, this poster gives me goose bumps.

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    Shaine's Photo
    Shaine J. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Thanks again for stopping by Black Land and showing support and leaving feedback!

  • shaun's Photo
    shaun e. 0  posted 3 years ago

    I would have really liked to have seen two posters that had more of a difference than the color scheme. It's a great poster but I would have liked an option b.

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    Shaine J. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Thanks for the feedback Shaun. Stick around and you'll get to see more options in the future!

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    Graham E. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Yeah. I like the simplicity as well. Reminds me of "28 Days Later" if i'm not incorrect. I've been having nightmares after watching the trailer. My therapist says I'll be ok so no legal action will be taken.

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    Shaine J. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Great film! Damn scary fast zombies! Ha Ha Ha Graham. You better be saving your money because when you see what's yet to come you're going to be dropping some serious dough on that therapist!

  • Liz's Photo
    Liz H. 1  posted 3 years ago

    Keep it simple is absolutely a great motto - both posters are effective - well done and best of luck with it!

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    Shaine J. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Liz gets it, thank you Liz!!

  • Michael's Photo
    Michael E. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Its interesting how the colour red in the back ground of A adds a more menacing touch.....Symbolism works well . Very powerful

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    Shaine's Photo
    Shaine J. 0  posted 3 years ago

    Agreed Michael. The red definitely evokes a more menacing touch. Thank you for the support and feedback!

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