The 20 Best Movie Posters of 2015

What Do Your Favorite 2015 Movie Posters Say About You? 

A great movie poster can grab your attention and get you hyped for an upcoming film. Some are provocative, some are funny and some are plain weird. Some tell a story with a simple image. Some evoke a particular mood. Love or hate a film, you can’t deny an eye catching movie poster when you see it. What are your personal picks? Without further ado, check out these cool posters:

The End Of The Tour


 Ex Machina

ex machina

 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2


 Kumiko The Treasure Hunter



sneakerheadz movie poster

 The Martian


Red Army


Queen Of Earth




Crimson Peak


The Lobster


Inside Out


Some Beasts

SomeBeasts Movie Poster



Being Evel

being evel

 It Follows



Spectre 007



Star Wars: The Force Awakens


The Revenant

the revenant poster 2

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Posted on January 2, 2016, in Movies, Preview, Review and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.

  1. I love posts like these. I find movie posters one of the most exciting aspects of talking about the movies, their designs almost as interesting to talk about as the content they’re advertising. For me, I’m starting to really appreciate minimalist design. I’m slipping far away from the typical studio posters that just lazily cram all major aspects of plot, cast and setting into one image. That said, the larger the movie, the greater the chance is of coming across some cool fan art, so there’s always that

    • Hello Tom! That’s so true about the design. Sometimes after watching a movie there are details and design elements that are even more interesting or I didn’t notice before. There’s a lot of creative and cool fan art, I’m sometimes simply amazed by people’s artistry. For this post, I tried to stick with the official studio posters but ones that didn’t look too generic. There’s a lot other great ones out there.

  2. A very interesting and beautiful collection you’ve compiled here!

    I also like the poster of By The Sea, which I haven’t seen yet and read that it’s really slow and boring. The poster itself though I like, looking laid back and nonchalant with just two hats as the focus. I read that it was styled like it was for a movie from the 70s, which is the period the movie was set in.

    • Hi Halim, very nice to hear from you.

      I just had a look at the By The Sea poster, I think what I like about it is the simplicity of the image which is capturing an intimate story or moment, focused on two people. Because we don’t see the people, maybe it’s meant to be an universal story. It has a very laid back feel, like a slow day overlooking a scenery. And like you said has a retro look.

      All the best to you in 2016!

  3. Love this post — film posters are awesome artwork. From your list, I like “The End of the Tour” and “Lobster” the best. They are clever.

    • Hi Cindy, hope you’re 2016 is off to a great start! When I first saw The Lobster poster it made me very curious about the movie. Very clever indeed, especially after reading the synopsis. Same with End of the Tour and it captures the movie perfectly from what I’ve heard about it.

  4. Some pretty cool artwork here.
    Thanks, buddy!

  5. Fun post! I haven’t seen all these movies, but there’s some great art here. 🙂

  6. These are all great!

  7. Interesting choices my friend especially when it comes to Dope and Inside Out. However my favourites are (unsurprisingly) The Force Awakens and Ant-Man.

  8. I LOVE this post. We take movie posters for granted, but there is genuine art in some. Thanks for highlighting some of the best.

  9. Honestly, my favourite poster of last year was a pretty simple one. The poster for When Marnie Was There gives us some of the same symbolism that the film also provides. Particularly the use of colour as well as the staging of the characters.

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