New Poster for The Woman in Black Channels the Studio’s Past

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Good posters are a rare thing these days, so it’s nice to see that Hammer is revisiting its history in order to promote one of its latest projects. The slice of promotional artwork for director James Watkins’ “The Woman in Black” looks incredible, and proves once again that original, hand-crafted art trumps cheap Photoshop projects any day of the week. And, yes, I realize that I sound exactly like a cranky old man right now. I’m afraid you’ll just have to deal with it.

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The Woman in Black (2012) Movie Poster

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  • Lexavi80

    No Todd, I’m 100% agree with you.

    This poster looks WAY better than the big budget, cheap photoshop posters.

    Man, I hope this movie is as good as it looks. Would hate if they give away all the coolness of the movie in the trailers.