Chromeskull: Laid To Rest 2
The Poster: Super-shiny artwork for the cult slasher sequel, which stars scream queen Danielle Harris. And blokes wearing skull masks.
Coolest Detail: Those wicked blades.
The Poster: Lousy movie, funny poster, as Cameron Diaz gets into character as the titular bad educator.
Coolest Detail: The cheeky tagline. We bet she doesn’t.
The Poster: Uses the ‘beaver card’ featured in the movie to explain the film’s plot. Pretty clever.
Coolest Detail: Mel Gibson’s face is conveniently hidden behind the beaver. Yeah, yeah, that’s the point of the movie, but it can’t have hurt post-Melgate.
The Deep Blue Sea
The Poster: An evocative still from the movie that makes us feel those destructive flames of passion.
Coolest Detail: The name ‘Terence Davies’.
Crazy Stupid Love
The Poster: Starring Steve Carell and Marisa Tomei’s very shapely calf. As well as all those other A-listers. But mostly Marisa Tomei’s calf.
Coolest Detail: It’s sort of a poster sequel to The Graduate , what with the innocent chap finding himself seduced by a sultry woman.
The Poster: Exquisitely creepy, recalling that bit in Halloween when Michael Myers dons a bedsheet and specs.
Coolest Detail: It’s all scratched to shit. Which somehow just makes it awesome.
The Poster: Focussing entirely on everybody’s favourite serial killer, Ghostface.
Coolest Detail: That familiar Ghostface mask has been modified to taper into a super-sharp blade. Wish the rest of the film had been this clever.
Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes
The Poster: Viral artwork for the much-belated prequel, which shows evolution from ape, Neanderthal and man to future ape-man.
Coolest Detail: It looks like something Banksy might scribble.
Captain America: The First Avenger
The Poster: Chris Evans protects his important bits with that iconic shield.
Coolest Detail: The updated super-suit, which combines combat togs with superhero iconography.
The Poster: Similar to Melancholia ’s one sheet, to be honest, as a beautiful blonde stares enigmatically right at us. Still nice to look at.
Coolest Detail: The neat double ‘o’ in the title.