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Just so you know, we judge every book by its cover. Actually this doesn’t just go for books, it applies to albums, magazines and movies as well. It’s not such a bad way to live. You get a quick shot to impress us with your product and we’re either hooked immediately or we wait to see if there’s any buzz. We do run into problems occasionally since some movie posters could be designed far better. In fact here are some we’ve found that we think are better than the originals.


Drive by Rizon Parein
The Karate Kid by Matt Owen
2001: A Space Odyssey by Laz Marquez
Dumb and Dumber by Moxy Creative House
Memento by Dan Sherratt
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou by MonsterGallery
The Terminator by J PH
Psycho by Laz Marquez
Star Wars by Brandon Schaefer
Night of the Living Dead by 845studio
The Big Lebowski by Ibraheem Youssef
The Lives of Others by Jacob Wise
White Men Can’t Jump by Michael Weinstein
Jackass by Arden Avett
Borat by Olaf Cuadras Ferre
Edward Scissorhands by Vasilis Magoulas
A Bronze Tale by Rocco Malatesta
American Psycho by Matt Needle



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