This Week’s Collection of Movie Posters

Published 5 years ago by , Updated June 27th, 2013 at 3:08 pm,

This next one is unique – It’s a motion poster for the sci-fi horror flick, Pandorum.

Sadly, it only shows the most disgusting parts of what we’ve seen so far from the trailers.

Pandorum stars Dennis Quaid, Ben Foster, Cam Gigandet and Norman Reedus. It’s now scheduled to open a week later, on September 25, 2009.

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TAGS: 2012, agora, astro boy, cirque du freak, pandorum, the house of the devil

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  1. The posters for “2012″ look cool, same with the “Astroboy”, and “Pandorum”.

  2. The Vampire plague is upon us,,,

    What’s with all the Medieval angst?

    Ellen Page is rebellious yet still wears head protection,,, smart chick,,, and so green,,, (o)

    Ok if there gonna destroy LA I’m totally seeing 2012.
    I hope they show the Staples Center getting its ars kicked by prophecy and lore…
    Where’s Christopher Walken when you need him?

  3. i love your posters posts. really love movie posters being displayed like a lot at a time

  4. I did a double take when I read the book series was set up as four trilogies.

    FOUR?!? I mean geez! Tolkien for all his wordy prose (and I love Tolkien, but he could ramble at times) still managed to wrap his magnum opus up in three acts.

    Am I so jaded to think that the author of these books decided to capitalize on the Twilight (vampires)/Harry Potter (7 book tomes covering some darker themes) bandwagon while the gravy train still seems primed?

    I know film tropes have cycles, but hasn’t the one for vampires run it’s course ’till maybe 10 or 20 years from now?

  5. I agree! Vampires are dead…(snicker)

  6. jerseycajun

    yah there are four trilogies but not one of the books is nearly quite the epics that you refer to in length (harry potter, lord of the rings etc…) every single book in the series can be read in at least a day a few are short enough to get in an entire trilogy in one day.

    and as far as jumping on the whole vampire bandwagon that wouldn’t be the author seeing that the first of the books was released in 2000/2001 5 years before the whole twilight craze an wrapped up around 2004/2005.

    but i do agree that it is part of the craze and that i don’t feel this series would have ever been considered for a 4 movie deal if it hasn’t been for the whole vampire thing that twilight started

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