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Poster Review: We Need To Talk About Kevin

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Hells yes.

OK, it's not perfect. Tilda's dressing gown could be better resolved at the bottom, and the blown out look on the guy's face would be better if it wasn't so clearly a Photoshop contrast push. And the title treatment is a bit awkward with the 't' not aligning with the side of the 'N'. But I love the vibe, the color and the type layout. Excellent reference to the aesthetic of Rosemary's Baby.

More old-school posters like this, please.

(Images from IMPAwards.com)

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But I certainly had nothing to do with this monstosity.

Or did I?