Collider has a gaggle of specialty posters whipped up for the upcoming Fantastic Fest. Started in 2005 by Tim League of Alamo Drafthouse, Harry Knowles, Paul Alvarado-Dykstra, and writer Tim McCanlies (The Iron Giant), the film festival is in Austin, TX and focuses on genre films such as sci-fi, horror, fantasy and Asian. This year’s line up includes Let Me In, Red White & Blue, Heartless, Primal, High Lane, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, Nevermore, Rubber and X: The Man With X-Ray Eyes among many others. The festival runs from Sept. 23 – 30 and will feature tributes to Roger Corman and Bill Pullman. Tim league will also reportedly be debating and boxing Michelle Rodriguez over Avatar and the Best Picture Oscar (cool, but a wrestling match would easily sell more tickets).
The official poster for the event, as well as a couple of the other posters are below, which you can click to enlarge. You can check out the full details on Fantastic Fest at their website. And you can head over to Collider for more of the great posters nad further info.
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