Movie Poster Roundup: ‘Conan the Barbarian’, ‘Real Steel’ & More

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World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries 2

Synopsis: Three months have passed since a viral outbreak wiped out 99.9% of the world’s population, turning its victims into flesh-eating living dead. In the UK a surviving band of soldiers and civilians have taken refuge at a rural military barracks. Life in this new world is tough and brutal, but hope appears when a high-level communication is received from a military base on the coast, telling of sanctuary elsewhere in Europe… But just as salvation appears to be in reach, the base suffers an overwhelming defeat at the hands of the living dead! The surviving handful of troops and civilians must now make their way to the coast to uncover the truth behind the message. Their perilous journey takes them across a now treacherous, death-ravaged landscape, where the living dead are vast in number and wandering bandits impose their own malicious sense of law and order. What follows is a journey into hell and a desperate battle against all odds for the very survival of the human race.

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World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries 2 opens June 24th, 2011.

Source: Dread Central

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Masks

Synopsis: The story follows Stella, an ambitious acting student, who’s been accepted to the mysterious “Mateusz Gdula” school. The founder of the school committed suicide when his very special training method got forbidden because of the deaths of several of his students in the 70s. But when strange things start to happen in the abandoned wing of the school, Stella suspects that Gdula’s method is still practised. And she wants to participate at all costs …

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Masks has no release date.

Source: Anolis Entertainment

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Viva Riva!

Synopsis: Riva (Patsha Bay) is an operator, a man with charm and ambition in equal measure. Kinshasa is an inviting place. With petrol in short supply in DRC’s capital, he and his sidekick pursue a plot to get hold of a secret cache – barrels of fuel they can sell for a huge profit. Of course they’re not the only ones who want the stuff. Cesar (Hoji Fortuna) is a ruthless, sharply dressed foreigner thriving in Kinshasa’s lawless streets. A female military officer joins the fray. Even the church will betray its tenets for a piece of the action. But Riva’s main nemesis is Azor (Diplome Amekindra), a crime boss in the classic style: big, decadent and brutal. He’s not a man to mess with, but his girlfriend, Nora (Manie Malone), may just be the most seductive woman in all of DRC. Riva catches sight of her dancing at a nightclub and it’s not long before Nora matches the fuel cache as a coveted object of his lust.

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Viva Riva! opens May 27th, 2011.

Source: Wild About Movies

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Sympathy for Delicious

Synopsis: Dean O’Dwyer, also known as “”Delicious D,” is an up-and-coming DJ on the underground music scene in Los Angeles. When a motorcycle accident leaves Dean paralyzed, he abandons his turntables for a wheelchair as his once promising career disappears before his eyes. Forced to live out of his car on skid row, Dean begins his descent into depression when he meets Father Joe Roselli, a passionate young priest. Father Joe introduces Dean to the world of faith-healing, an unlikely way for him to begin his quest to walk again. He soon discovers that he possesses the otherworldly power to heal people, but in an odd twist of fate, he is utterly unable to heal himself. Despite Father Joe’s warnings, Dean angrily decides to use his newfound gift for fame and fortune. He joins a rock band led by charismatic front man The Stain with bassist Ariel, and manager Nina Hogue. But his newfound notoriety is unable to cure the hurt that encompasses his life. To find true healing, Dean must ultimately confront his worst demons and come to terms with his own humanity.

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Sympathy for Delicious opened April 30th, 2011.

Source: Kino Gallery

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The Perfect Host

Synopsis: A criminal on the run cons his way into the wrong dinner party where the host is anything but ordinary.

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The Perfect Host opened May 7th, 2011.

Source: Kino Gallery

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  1. Handful of great movie posters, but isn’t ‘Real Steel’ basically Sock’em Bop’em robots?

    • Yep

  2. I think I’ll be watching quite a few of these movies. Father’s Day seems frighteningly interesting.

  3. Wait which one was John Goodman? I love him. But The Artist looked like a foreign film. With a poorly translated synopsis maybe? haha

  4. My personal favorites (in no particular order) were the posters for: Don’t be Afraid of the Dark, Colombiana, Masks, and Don’t Let Him In.

    Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark was particularly creepy, and I like the retro vibe to it.

    Now, who knows whether the movies they’re attached to will be any good, but I like the impact the posters had.

  5. Since Ironclad has Sir Derek Jacobi in it, I’ll be looking forward to it. Among his many great roles was a fave of mine called, “Cadfael.” He and the swords and castle story should combine for a good movie.

  6. Conan is a great poster but would you go into massed combat bare chested and sans helmet?? Neither did he which is one of the problems.

    Iron Clad and World of the Dead are also ones I am waiting to come out.

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