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More New Posters: Toy Story 3, Goats, Dark Country, Saw VI

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September 15, 2009

The Men Who Stare at Goats

I tend to feature as many good posters as I find, and tonight we have four new ones that I just couldn't pass up. They're all great posters, each with their own unique offering, and all of them are worth checking out. First up, we have a teaser poster for Pixar's Toy Story 3, and uh, it's not that impressive. In fact, it's just a giant number 3. Up next is the poster for The Men Who Stare at Goats, which is actually a great poster, especially with the goat head in the back. Next is the poster for Thomas Jane's Dark Country, which we featured the trailer for previously. And lastly, yet another poster for Saw VI, featuring a creepy new trap.

Toy Story 3 Poster  The Men Who Stare at Goats Poster

Dark Country Poster  Saw VI Poster

Click any of the posters above to be taken back to the respective website where it debuted. Although that Dark Country one probably won't ever be seen anywhere, considering it got pushed from a theatrical release to DVD only, it's still a really cool design that I wanted to include in this article. If you can't tell looking at it, Thomas Jane's entire face is dark except for his right eye - check it out fullsize. Toy Story 3 will hit theaters on June 18th, 2010 next summer. The Men Who Stare at Goats hits theaters on November 6th this fall. Saw VI hits theaters on October 23rd. And Dark Country goes straight-to-DVD on October 6th. Favorite one?

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  • xerxex
    I like the Men Who Stare At Goats, poster the most, the Saw poster is pretty cool, not much to take from the Toy Story 3 poster, and the Dark Country one is pretty cool.
  • Knawx
    Saw is one of those movie series in which the posters are better than the films. Excluding the first Saw of course.
  • crumb
    That saw poster is actually really good, and this is comming from a dude who hates the saw series.
  • Allen Reeve
    the poster for sawVI is kinda freeky with catchie fraze( he helped me?) im looking forward to this film cannot wait.
  • agentX
    Now wait ... - Toy Story 3 tag line is pretty sweet, - The image in red of Clooney's movie of the Goat looks pretty funny, its like the goat is going head on towards .... ahem !! haha - Dark country looks pretty impressive photoshop style image, abit like Prototype look to it too - Saw VI looks more intelligently constructed Peace, im out !!
  • That Awesome Norwegian Guy
    The Man Who Stare At Goats one is awesome! I also like the Saw VI one. Saw movies always have good posters.
  • Corran Horn
    Really like the Men Who Stare at Goats poster. The tagline for the Toy Story 3 poster is excellent and reminds me a little of Saving Private Ryan.
  • DoomCanoe
    i want that Dark Country poster right now! and the Men Who Stair at Goats poster is fucking awesome... i can't wait for that movie and I love anything related to Toy Story so even though the poster is kind of bland i would still buy it. And i hate saw but agree with my good friend Crumb it is pretty impressive
  • SuicidalOptimist
    If I didn't know it was a movie, I would have thought Dark Country is a video game looking at that poster. That doesn't mean it's bad, I like that style a lot. But it made me think of a game at first. The Men Who Stare At Goats looks really funny, and I can't wait for that movie. I have no real opinion about the SAW poster, since it's just another trap they're showing. Doesn't really do anything for me. *shrugs* I absolutely love any and everything Toy Story, so that poster could have been a blank sheet with scribbled 3 on it, and I would still think it looks amazing. Yes, I am THAT bias. =P
  • Alfredo
    Even though I'm not even gonna bother with Saw, it's actually the better poster here. Second place is Goats

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