Watch: "What The Heck Happened To Movie Trailers?"
Last November, GoodBadFlicks released a video that went viral. It examined how movie posters went from a piece artwork to lazy designs, that we see over and over again. Touching on: indie film posters use a bright yellow background, the overuse of the teal and orange color scheme, and laying out a poster with a giant floating head. Now GoodBadFlicks is set to tackle the clichés that have infected movie trailers. They discuss: trailers showing too much, overuse of certain sound effects, and techniques used for specific genres.
Last year, the folks at GoodBadFlicks posted a video that examined the most obnoxious clichés used for movie posters. This time, they focus on the clichés used in movie trailers.
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