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New Stoker Poster And Video A sneak peek at Park Chan-Wook's latest

posted by the hanging out team - Monday, March 11, 2013

It's no great surprise that Park Chan-Wook has assembled a quality cast for his first English-language effort. The much-praised director of Oldboy and Sympathy For Mr Vengeance is now set to bring us Stoker, a horror / drama that has some serious buzz around it - and not just because of Park's previous work. Now we have a gorgeous new international teaser poster for the film to show you, as well as a video with music from the film and a few fresh clips.(Written by Helen O'Hara)

There is a front-line for selling a movie; an immediate and important method of promotion. Some may even say, the most important method; one which may be crucial to the potential success or failure of a movie. It is the poster. A striking and engaging image can do more for a movie than a popular critic’s review, or a well-known actor’s endorsement.

The images on buses, in trains, on walls, are not only designed to raise awareness, but to intrigue. The best and most iconic posters are simple, recognisable and unique. They clue us in to the content of the movie without overtly stating it, and draw us to find out more. Stoker’s poster is striking and demands attention. See above to find out more about it’s creation. 

Nicolas Beer

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