I particularly like this poster because it gives the audience an view of the main character (killer) and also gives them establishing shot of where the film is set.
Typical red colours are used to denote danger/blood which connotes the genre of horror.
The film poster is representable in terms of ideology as I feel that you would see this poster advertised in cinemas. Aspects such as the age certification, website and the date make the film poster look realistic.
If I could pick up and criticism it would be to make the title of the film bigger so it fits to the end of the page and use the space in the top left hand corner.
This film poster is another in which I like. I like how the poster doesn’t give away the killers identity because of seeing the back of her. The font on the title ‘infliction’ stands out therefore highlights the name of the film and connotes blood/danger.
The date on the film poster is also highlighted compared to other normal horror posters where it can be small in one of the corners.
Just like the previous poster I feel that the horror magazine is ideological because of some aspects it includes E.G. the date, website, ages certification the cast members and producers.
If I could give any criticism it would be that the ‘15’ age certification has not been properly cut out.
I have chosen this film magazine to analyse because I feel it stands out to the particular audience.
It has many ideological features including the magazine title, film title, barcode and even the 'win a giant poster' heading.
The image of the girl highlights the main character in the film which would attract the audience if she was a famous movie star. It looks like there has been much thought in the magazine as the stage make-up makes the character look more realistic.
If I could pick up on any negatives it would be the quality of the picture, I feel as though it could be clearer to make the magazine look more attractive.