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The 10 best alternative film posters of 2012

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Just like one of the Brit awards and you know, the election, sometimes you need the people to truly have their say.

So to decide on the very best alternative film poster of the year, we launched a vote, giving you the chance to choose your favourite.

Almost 1,000 of you voted and here are the top 10. Drum roll and that:

You can see the original list of 20 here

10. On The Road by Maxime Pecourt

9. Room 237 by Aled Lewis

8. Prometheus by Janee Meadows

7. Killing Them Softly by Harijs Grundmanis

6. The Hunger Games by Risa Rodil

5. Skyfall by Daniel Norris

4. The Avengers by Terry Clarke

3. The Amazing Spider-Man by David Williams

2. The Dark Knight Rises by Chaz Russo

1. The Raid by Rocco Malatesta

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