Next we’ve got a bleak yet visually arresting poster for Monsters, a new sci-fi film that’s been described accurately by some as this year’s District 9. I had a chance to see the film at the 2010 Edinburgh International Film Festival and it’s definitely one to check out. It’s not as fantastic as District 9 was (not even close) and I had more problems with it than most, but nonetheless, it’s worth seeing for its shrewd mix of sci-fi, social commentary and compelling road-movie romance.

Take a look at the Monsters poster below:

In case you missed it, check out the official trailer for Monsters. The film opens in limited release on October 29th, 2010.

Source: IMDB

There’s a new poster that’s recently hit the net for The Last Exorcism, a new documentary-style horror film about a Reverend who has made his money exploiting desperate people who pay him to perform exorcisms. However, when he decides to bring a camera crew along with him to film his last exorcism at a remote farm, “it is soon clear that nothing could have prepared him for the true evil he encounters there.”

The first trailer was pretty effective but I’m not completely sold on this film just yet. But the latest poster is creepy in its own right:

Does the fact that Eli Roth is producing the film make you more interested in it that you otherwise would have been? I’m not a fan of Roth as a director (Hostel 1 & 2 and Cabin Fever are all awful in my opinion) but I have to admit that him producing this did catch my attention.

The Last Exorcism is released in theaters on August 27th, 2010.

Source: Dread Central

Next up we have another poster for Buried, the upcoming thriller starring Ryan Reynolds as a contractor in Iraq who gets buried alive and only has a cell phone and a cigarette lighter to keep him company.

The idea of seeing someone literally buried alive is something we’ve seen played out in films like Kill Bill Vol. 2 and Buried Alive (and in the Quentin Tarantino-directed episode of CSI entitled “Grave Danger”) but I don’t think we’ve seen a whole movie set entirely in a coffin (correct me if I’m wrong there). I’m very curious to see if and how they make it work.

Check out the latest poster for Buried, which is very similar to previous posters for the movie:

Buried gets dug up in theaters on October 8th, 2010.

Source: Empire

Next we have an early look at a poster for The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, the Steven-Spielberg directed 3D motion-capture adaptation of the classic adventurer character. Unfortunately, there’s only a small version of the poster available for the time being but it’s interesting to see that they’ve utilized the original artwork as opposed to an image from the movie. Perhaps there’s nothing suitable ready yet?

Here’s the poster (again, we apologize for the small size – that’s what he said!):

I’ll be interested to see how Tintin performs in the U.S. The character is popular in over 50 different countries (particularly in Europe) but the States is one market that never truly embraced him. Having said that, plenty of blockbusters based on existing material get released in the U.S. every year and they still manage to make tons of money. We’ll just have to wait and see with Tintin.

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn opens on December 23rd, 2011.

I’m so excited (sarcasm alert!) to present the next poster, which is for Yogi Bear, the 3D animated version of the old cartoon series. The voices of Yogi and Boo-Boo are provided by Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake (I know, I know…).

I really hope that the people responsible for the marketing of the film realize how cheesy and cringe-worthy these taglines are. You’ll know what I mean when you see the latest poster:

Wow – talk about a double entendre! :-P

Yogi Bear hits theaters on December 17th, 2011.

Source: Yogi Bear official site

Next we have a poster for the upcoming re-release of Avatar, the top-grossing movie of all time (you may have heard of it at one point or another). Nothing really new to see from the poster, but it doesn’t really need to give us anything fresh – those wanting to relive the amazing experience of seeing the film in theaters will see it again regardless.

Having said that, audiences can look forward to eight minutes of never-before-seen footage.

Check the poster out below:

You can catch Avatar again in 3D and IMAX 3D theaters on August 27th, 2010.

Source: Collider

And finally, we have a little bonus poster for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, done in a pop-art style by the folks over at Mondo Tees.

Edgar Wright’s first film without comedy partners Simon Pegg and Nick Frost has been  receiving rave reviews pretty much across the board, although Screen Rant head honcho Vic Holtreman feels it’s not appealing to the over 40 crowd.

Take a look at the poster below:

You can catch Scott Pilgrim vs. the World in theaters today.

Source: Mondo Tees

Phew! That’s it for our latest poster round-up – which was your favorite? Personally I love the Resident Evil 4 one featuring the huge axe and the Scott Pilgrim pop-art poster. But that’s just me :) .

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