2015 is almost at a close and we have been treated to some fantastic movies and movie posters over the last twelve months - you really cannot beat a good piece of artwork.
What has been your favourite film poster of 2015? We take a look at some of the best - and there were plenty to choose from.
- Jurassic World
Jurassic World is currently the highest grossing film and was a box office smash when it was released back in the summer.
There were a number of terrific posters released for the film but the one featuring Bryce Dallas Howard is my favourite. I love the menace of the poster and the arrogance of the humans that they thought they would be able to control their creation.
- In The Heart of the Sea
In The Heart of the Sea will hit the big screen on Boxing Day and is one of the December movies that I am looking forward to. Ron Howard will be back in the director's chair as he reunites with actor Chris Hemsworth.
The movie is based on the true story of whaling ship the Essex, that was pursued and destroyed by a whale - it is the story that inspired the novel Moby Dick. This is a movie about man v nature and that is depicted in this terrific poster. Man never stood a chance!!!!!
- Sinister 2
It has been another lean year when it has come to really great horror movies but there have been some great posters.
There is something intriguing, moody, and very dark about it that this poster really does drag you in.
- Crimson Peak
Crimson Peak marked the return of Guillermo del Toro to the director's chair and hit the big screen earlier this autumn. While we have been treated to an array of great posters for the film, it is the Mondo artwork that I love the most. The posters made an appearance at Comic Con earlier this summer and this one is designed by Guy Davis.
It captures the gothic feel that del Toro is so great at and it really is a rather creepy and yet intriguing poster that hints at both danger and mystery.
Jake Gyllenhaal won over the critics earlier this year when took on the central role in Antoine Fuqua's boxing film Southpaw - and he takes centre stage in the poster.
This is a brutal and dark poster that shows Gyllenhaal's character battered and bruised and hints that we are going to see this man stripped bare and at his lowest.
- The Walk
Robert Zemeckis returned to the director's chair in October with The Walk, which was based on Philippe Petit's high-wire walk across the towers of the World Trade Centre.
And it is this attempt that features in the poster. The artwork give a real sense of danger as the World Trade Centre looms over the city below.
- Captain America: Civil War
While Captain America: Civil War doesn't hit the big screen until next April, the posters have been released this week and really look fantastic.
Civil War sees a divide between the Avengers as Captain America and Iron Man go head to head... all three of the first posters perfectly highlight the split between the former friends.