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American Thirst One-Sheet Also Lacks Bite

Taking a page out of Korea’s book, Focus Features released the official domestic one-sheet for Park Chan-wook’s vampire opus Thirst, which like the Korean poster is void of most of the original poster’s naughty bits!

You know, because we fragile conservative Americans obviously can’t handle a little cleavage or leg. That would just be disastrous to us as a society!

Thirst finds Korea’s leading man, Song Kang-ho (The Host), as a much-loved priest who becomes a vampire after a failed medical experiment; he becomes a tortured and depraved soul.

Compare the two posters below and look for the film in theatres on July 31st!

U.S. Poster:

American Thirst One-Sheet Also Lacks Bite

Banned Poster:

American Thirst One-Sheet Also Lacks Bite

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  • Chainsaw

    The oddest thing in all this is that they repositioned his hand too, so that it’s on his hip…possibly. Whuh?

  • G.D.

    I think either poster looks cool, and the only thing I think that’s weird about the non-leggy one is that it kinda misses the point…that the woman forms a ‘v’…for ‘vampire’…

    As it is, the new poster is just a kinda cool poster with no subtext…

  • Caterpillar

    Both posters make the movie look like a sequel to LUST/CAUTION and certainly not like a horror film about vampirism.