Three New ‘Inglourious Basterds’ Posters

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The trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming war flick Inglourious Basterds that was released last week kicked copious amounts of ass, and today we have three new posters for the film which are just as awesome.

Check them out below (click for high-res versions):

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More than probably any other Screen Rant writer I am looking forward to Tarantino’s take on a war film. He flips back and forth with David Lynch has my favorite director of all time, and I admit I give him and his films the benefit of the doubt every time.

And Inglourious Basterds is no different – I was looking forward to this project since it was announced and it’s only the trailer (and now these posters) that wipe away any doubts I may have had and solidified it as a fantastic looking piece of work.

As for these posters they are fantastic not only in pure look but how they convey the feel of the movie. Hints of bloody violence but at the same time that it will be about much more than that (since it’s Tarantino we’re talking about, I’m guessing dialog is going to be given primary importance over other things), that the trademark Tarantino black humor is going to be very much present and perhaps above all that this fan favorite director means business.

If I had to choose (and it’s a difficult choice indeed) I would pick the second poster as my favorite – just the image of the Nazi symbol with a bloody knife stabbed through it is iconic stuff indeed.

“Each and every man under my command owes me one hundred Nazi scalps…..and I want my scalps!”

Oh, yeah…cool…as…ice…

Inglourious Basterds is set to hit theaters on August 21st this year.

Source: Empire

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  1. Yes!!!! I loved the trailer. Brad Pitt can do no wrong. EVER!

  2. I don’t like it and I think Brad is miscast. he did a lot wrong in Benjamin button *snooze* but of course that’s just my opinion.

  3. Oh wow, I’ll probably end up buying all three of these if the movie lives up to it.

    They definitely portray everything the trailer sought to–and yes, that second one is just too badass.

    Rev

  4. I love Tarantino but I get the distinct feeling that this is just going to be like the Saw or Hostel movies with the backdrop of WW II thrown in just to somehow justify bloodletting and torture on the big screen.. I will save my final judgement hopefully for a possible redband trailer but I am not getting a good feeling from these posters or the first trailer..Give me a great story with violence that complements the story and not just another revenge flick with amplified violence and bloody, disturbing visuals..

  5. @greenknight333

    As you may or may not know, I love revenge movies. I know this is a remake but if anyone can make it suck less, Tarrantino can. And in the immortal words of Indiana Jones – “Nazis. I hate those guys!” ;)

    I think there’s going to be a huge uproar over this movie which is giving Quentin Tarrantino what he wants. He, like Kevin Smith love ANY publicity. Good or bad. I actually like them for that.

    Plus, what’s more American than using a baseball bat to kill people. ;)

    @Brad is a bad actor…

    He looks perfectly cast in this role. Next he should star in the biography of Clark Gable because that’s the vibe he’s giving in this poster. I’m with Oscar. Brad might have been in a few stinkers but he’s (don’t laugh) a great actor whose good looks keep people from seeing his talent.

    Don’t be hatin’. ;)