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This is the poster of the teen horror, THE RING, which clearly gives us some idea about the movie because of the 2 quotes which are being presented in the poster.

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Film poster analysis on the Ring: This is the poster of the teen horror, "THE RING", which clearly gives us some idea about the movie because of the 2 quotes which are being presented in the poster. Firstly, the title, "THE RING", "THE", is in a small font at the top of the poster and the "RING" is in a huge font at the top of the poster and they both are in a background of a girl screaming which I think is something very different to find it in any horror film poster, to make look attractive and eye catching to the audience. ...read more.

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a girls picture which is screaming and under that they have got a huge background of a forest which I think is also a bit confusing about the audience to come to know about what does the forest mean and how is it related to the movie. In the bottom corner of the poster they have got a quote saying, "YOU'LL HAVE A SPOOKY GOOD TIME", which means that the viewers who would go and watch this movie would have a very good time watching this movie as it is full of horror and it wont let your expectations down of horror films. ...read more.

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The picture of the forest is displayed under the title of the poster, in the centre so that it directly attracts the audiences eyes and forces them to think why have they shown a forest in the poster and how is it related to the movie. By, this the audience wants to watch the movie even more as they are sure that this wont let their expectations come down of horror movies. At the top of the poster they have got a quote saying, "SO GOOD ITS SCARY", which I think they are trying us to make us feel that this movie is very different from other horror movies and it has got many horror scenes which would make you feel good. ...read more.

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