We have two sci-fi horror posters to share with you today, so check them both out below.
ComicCon have revealed the first poster for Air, directed by Christian Cantamessa and starring Norman Reedus and Djimon Hounsou, while Fantasia have released a stunning poster for new sci-fi horror Black Horizon, from Irish-Candian director George Kane.
Air (formerly Wake Cycle) is directed by Christian Cantamessa, who also co-wrote the film with Chris Pasetto. The cast includes Norman Reedus, Djimon Hounsou, Sandrine Holt, David Nykl, Peter Benson and Paula Lindberg.
Robert Kirkman will produce with David Alpert, the Circle of Confusion partner that also exec produces Walking Dead. Also producing is Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, whose credits include exec producing the Insidious movies, and Chris Ferguson.
The story is set in an underground cryogenic facility after a nuclear fallout renders the atmosphere unbreathable. Air centers on its two custodial workers (Reedus, Hounsou), who take care of the cryogenically sleeping personnel that are to re-establish society, but they struggle to preserve their own sanity and lives while maintaining the extremely fragile environment of the last livable place on earth.
Here is a statement from Tailored Films about Black Horizon and its superb poster:
Tailored Films from Ireland will be attending with their sci-fi horror project Black Horizon, written and directed by Canadian-Irish director George Kane. The artwork was designed by Annie Atkins in conjunction with Jonathon McGonnell. Annie has received critical acclaim for her work and was the lead graphic designer for The Grand Budapest Hotel, while illustrator Jonathan McGonnell also has an impressive portfolio, having produced concept art for popular shows such as Penny Dreadful and Vikings among many others.
The film is a about a group of friends who go camping and wake up in a dark, endless void. As they run out of food, fuel and light; the friends start to turn on each other and things take a turn for the surreal.
“The film is a Bermuda triangle type story. The concept for the poster came out of the ‘everyone is a suspect’ mentality,” says George Kane. “We liked the idea of each person pointing a torch at the next, and the continuous loop that this presents overhead.”