10 Fanmade Movie Posters That Were Better than the Real Ones


Just like a movie trailer, it’s always interesting to see how the public reacts to a movie poster when it comes out.  Though perhaps not as important as the trailer, a movie poster should symbolize (all in one picture) what the movie studios hope the audience can gain from the movie. It should, in just a moment, represent what the entire movie is about. It’s not an easy concept to grasp and that’s why there have been so many crappy posters out there.

But whether it’s a real movie or something we hope to be a real movie, there are fans out there who are pretty darned good at figuring out how these movies can be represented. Here are 10 pretty cool fanmade movie posters that were better than the real ones.

Star Trek






Dark Knight Returns




Friday the 13th Part a Million








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