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Posters for ‘The Cabin in the Woods,’ ‘Haywire,’ and ‘Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie’

Written by on December 1, 2011 

Now that any post-production fiascos have come to an end, it’s about time that we get to see The Cabin in the Woods, Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon‘s ode to the haunted house picture. A release date of next April — some four years after the film was shot, by the way — has been set by Lionsgate, and that means we’ll also have the opportunity to see more than a production photo in the coming months. An interesting prospect, indeed.

First up for us is a disjointed poster that’s made a debut over at AICN. Showing a — what else? — cabin that’s both floating in the air and moved around like a rubiks cube, it acts as a nice compliment to the title and, I’m presuming, the film itself. By taking such a simple concept — this one being a cabin in the woods — and (literally) twisting it around, you’re giving audiences an idea of what they’re in for: a spin on something entirely familiar. If they get the joke, that is. With a cast led by Chris Hemsworth, Jesse Williams, Fran Kranz, Kristen Connolly, Anna Hutchison, Richard Jenkins, and Bradley Whitford, Cabin in the Woods opens on April 13th, 2012.

I like this one quite a bit. Take a look below:

After that, Empire brings a UK quad poster for Steven Soderbergh‘s Haywire. While I do appreciate a quad — I’m not being “cute” when I say that it’s my favorite kind — I wish the design didn’t make it look as though we were being sold a direct-to-dvd movie. But, ultimately, I just want the movie to be good; everything else is supplemental. We’ll know if the anticipation was worth it on January 20th.

See it below:

Then there’s a poster for Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie, acting as something of a follow-up on the trailer that hit yesterday. Being someone with mixed feelings on the group — they can be very funny one minute, please-remove-my-eyes-and-ears annoying the next — means that a feature-length version of their escapades could be fun, or complete agony. Probably not a lot of room in-between. Looking at this poster, tweeted by Eric Wareheim (via CinemaBlend), I still have no clue. The film will hit theaters on March 2nd, 2012, but will premiere on VOD on January 27th.

Experience the poster in all its bizareness below:

Which of these films are you anticipating the most? What poster are you the biggest fan of?

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