|To signify that their movie is a 'big independent film' they always go for a super-saturated golden yellow.
There is only one color of dress for romantic comedies. Have you 'red' my mind?
The ultra-dramatic back-shot, for the lonely hero and probably vigilante.
Clearly the enormous, looming eye is mostly for horror films. The better to see you with, my dear.
Movie posters about animals tend to be sapphire.And hey, a huge white moon cant hurt.
The blindfolded hero must face justice.
Tom Cruise has a very attractive profile.
Photobooth faces with overlaid text denotes that the main character is the most important thing in the film.
How do you properly express your tough-love relationship? By standing back to back!
A silhouette in front of the ocean, with faces floating in the clouds, all in pastel colors? This movie will be really touching and poignant.
Any black and white poster with a shock of red flame is trying to tell you its an action flick, and that you can expect more than four explosions
whereas the black and white with red block text is more comic book-esque, high style with a weaponry focus.
If someone is running down the street, that street should probably be blue. Also your movie should probably be some kind of thriller.
posters dominated by faces created out of film elements but you cant deny that seeing them all lined up like this takes a little of the air out of them.
Um, these movies probably have a sex scene. Or at least one hot girl.
There are only so many ways to make a poster eye catching and set a mood, but it obviously works!