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In our group we decided on doing a horror picture theme, aimed for the ages of 18 - 25. This because they are the age group that spends most money and time at the cinema.

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Media Studies Image Analysis Part 2 In our group we decided on doing a horror picture theme, aimed for the ages of 18 - 25. This because they are the age group that spends most money and time at the cinema. ...read more.

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This is our group image; I feel it has turned out well This is our final image, set as the poster advertising the movie The image has done what I aim to do, it has come as a complete revolution in the terms movie posters, negative colours and a title that stands out. ...read more.

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We had no technical problems creating this image. The only thing I would change is the space for the title on the wall, it seems a little boxed in. Our caption "A Tissue a tissue we all fall down" comes from the nursery rhyme Ring-a-Ring a Roses. We thought this would make it a play on words and different styles. Shaun Wager ...read more.

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