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    • Harabara  this is the first font which I looked at when planning the poster. It is simple and bold which allows it to be visually appealing. Even though this font is good I don’t think it is effective for a horror poster as conventionally on horror posters the fonts is either distorted or thin. Pulse Sans Virgin  this font has a horror feel to it as it is distorted. The lines going through the middle was the reason that I considered this font as it creates two parts to the font which is like the main character Rosie who has split personality. The reason I will not use this font is because i want my poster to be simple which is how conventionally physiological thriller posters are.
    • Symbol  this font has a certain edge to it as the letter “x” doesn’t look like a x. I like this font but it wouldnt be appropriate to use for important information on the posterTEXT Times New Roman  this font is simple and easy to read but it is a typical font which is used everyday, i want to use a font which is unique. TEXT Chiller this font is a conventional horror font but to used for the credits and website wouldnt work as the font will be small which will make it difficult to use.
    • Resagokr  i have chosen to use this font for the title as it is simple and easy to read.I will edit the font so that it appears more visible against the image. The font is aimed at both males and females, the font represents this as it is not too bold (aimed at a male audience) and hasnt got any extremely rounded or curled edges ( aimed at females) TEXT Tahoma i will be using this font for the website, credits and tagline as I believe it is plain and will be easy to read when the font is small.