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Selected to experience the first ever "Psychological Extreme Haunted Asylum", Katie Owens begins to question what is fake and what is real.

  Toronto, ON  |  Horror, Thriller

Mission #3: Poster

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Mission #3: The Poster A - Hellmington
Mission #3: The Poster B - Hellmington
Original Blueprints "Hellmington - 1951"
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WHICH ONE WILL YOU CHOOSE? While Poster A is designed for the box office pull in a stylish and retro 60's classic physchological horror (Designed by the incredibly talented and award winning Graphic Designer Tara Caldwell), Poster B gets us a glimpse into the densely immersive history of the Katie Owens case featuring an interesting blue print of Hellmington Hospital. Look closely, you wouldn't want to miss something. #WhatHappenedToKatieOwens

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    Sheldon O. 0  posted 9 years ago

    poster a

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    Colleen C. 1  posted 9 years ago

    I picked A..70 % of the vote and the Critic's choice.

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    Kenny G. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Congrats on the TOP30 ........and the "CRITIC" choice for Mission #3. Both posters are great, but my choice would be poster #1....as it is creepy and scary and better illustrates your movie. Good luck the rest of the way. #KennyG

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    Matty W. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Pretty cool guys. Love the concept and your guys look with this. Keep up the great work. sure we will see yas in top 15

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    Ry B. 0  posted 9 years ago

    I'm a big fan of poster A, it has very arresting imagery and very clear as to what kind of film is being sold. B is a nice design, though it resembles a variant poster for the film 'You're Next' rather closely. Great design work all around though. Cheers!!

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    Kevin L. 0  posted 9 years ago

    REALLY like this poster. It works on every level. One of the best I have seen: Congratulations to all.

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    Goran Z. 0  posted 9 years ago

    I like poster A because I always find it more difficult to read red fonts against certain background colors and textures. This makes me lose interest quicker.

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    Sarah H. 0  posted 9 years ago

    At first I liked A better, but then I realized I liked it because it's close to the poster for Rosemary's baby. The blueprint poster is original and it definitely draws you in bc you want to read the little comments. Which then make you want to see the movie even more...

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    Lana D. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Two really great posters. I'd have been drawn in by either. Top ratings for both this posters. I'm really impressed.

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  • Lane's Photo
    Lane G. 0  posted 9 years ago

    I love both, but I ended up choosing poster B because it persuaded ,me to look at it much longer.

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