Fear the Doctor.
Mirabelle, a hypochondriac, struggles to prevent a modern outbreak of plague from wiping out her entire family.
London, ON | Horror, Thriller
Two posters to choose from: Retro and Contemporary
Mission #1 Trailer
Mission #2 Differentiator
Mission #3 Poster
Mission #4 Speechless
Mission #5 Conceptualize
Mission #6 Another Angle
Mission #7 Hype
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Looking back at this, i still dig Poster B, Just use a different font. Doesn't blend well. The font in poster A would look perf. Cheers!
ps. sorry if im a repeat trying to get top 10. Huzzah!!!
I picked Poster B. 73 % of the votes.
This looks amazing! Great potential!!! Good luck and I hope to see this become something amazing!! :)
Geez, your trailer was fantastic, and that counts enormously. I would have liked to see a effective level scariness from the poster.
The posters are ok. Just just need some more depth to them to set the tone.
I like poster B, but you should keep the title font you used for poster A. The one you have now, doesn't work well with the image.
i like the poster that what drew me in, but that really the only ad i like both of your trailers really gave me no senes of what your project is about? sorry
Poster "B" definitely the one to go with, it is engaging and creepy all at the same time. Good luck with the next missions.
Poster B is excellent ..a very nice bland of imagery and text, sets the mood and tone of your movie well.
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