The three posters each have their own distinctive styles. The first graphic shows actor Bill Oberst, Jr., as Vick, poised with a nasty looking wood axe. It is simple and scary. The second poster gives us a glimpse of the house where several teens are throwing a high school ditch party. Above the house the maniac looms like a demented reaper. Finally, the third poster features the terrorized teen Jenny, played by Katy Foley. The character Mike (Zack Silverman) can also be seen. Which poster do you like best?
Writer Daniel Coughlin knows the importance of conceptualizing and designing a proper look for a film. Coughlin states of these posters and others: “There are those posters that you never forget... like the original Maniac - the artwork draws you in, grabs you and forces you to watch the movie." Graphic artist Jake Deardorff designed each poster, and now it is time for fans to pick their favorite.
A contest for picking the best poster is being held at the Ditch Day Massacre Facebook fan page.
The winning graphic will be showcased at several upcoming film festivals. Producer Waters says of the upcoming festival run: “It's going to be a fun-filled, gory thrill ride from the opening image to the end credits." The film’s world premiere will be announced shortly.
For more info visit the official Ditch Day Massacre website.