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Old 16th April 2013, 09:12 PM
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I thought it was new artwork Arrow had commisioned, but it's actually an original poster, which is much better than Arrow's. It incorporates the front and rear images used on the steelbook, and a few more.

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Old 16th April 2013, 09:15 PM
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Yeah I don't get why they chopped up the original poster like that. That seperated single image of Pam on the front looks really sparse and clinical surrounded by all that white. Not a good move . . .
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I thought it was new artwork Arrow had commisioned, but it's actually an original poster, which is much better than Arrow's. It incorporates the front and rear images used on the steelbook, and a few more.

Would have been awesome if they'd left it like that! I agree with SJ, it does look a bit too clinical with so much white on there. Still, I'll be getting the steelbook rather than the standard one (actually, if the normal bluray has the art Stephen mentioned I might be tempted by that)
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I would imagine that poster will be on the reverse, unless they've commisioned new artwork for it instead
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Old 16th April 2013, 09:23 PM
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...they've also messed up that iconic typography, bringing 'Brown' up onto the same level as 'Foxy' and sticking that big gap between them, and changing the colour to an ugly green

If I'm being really picky, that lazy photoshopping sticks out, where they've had to fade out her ass where it was covered by another image on the poster . . .
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Well at least the inside looks pretty cool
Not a genre I've ever been a fan of TBH, so I'd need to watch this first before I part with any cash for it
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I would imagine that poster will be on the reverse, unless they've commisioned new artwork for it instead
The reverse of the standard edition? I would've expect the one below on that.



Of course. I won't complain if they use the full version of the steelbook artwork.
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Gotta love those Blaxploitation taglines . . .
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Gotta love those Blaxploitation taglines . . .
I posted this on facebook too, and was just looking at the tagline. Couldn't agree more.
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