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https://www.themoviedb.org/movie/20481-nightbreed

The highest-voted English Nightbreed poster is a green and white one, but the red poster is the one used for the main page of the movie.

I looked through the rules and I see that mods choose to "sticky" a poster if it's the one without superfluous text, but in this case there's no reason to sticky the red poster over the green poster.

I know this seems like a small gripe, and maybe it is, but it's a continuation of my previously raised issue with images--that it's not clear why images are or are not used on the movie's main page. Do with this information what you want.

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Hi, I think the reason for this choice is that the poster you want has a "Clive Barker's" added just above the title, which means it's not a fit per the rules.

Ah, I didn't see that scribble was text. But according to Wikipedia, the movie has been called three different things: "Nightbreed", "Night Breed" on publicity material, and "Clive Barker's Nightbreed". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nightbreed So it should be fit anyway.

Yes, but typically we would never use an alternative title for the default poster. However, I added 'Clive Barker's Nightbreed' as an alternative title since it was missing. thumbsup_tone1

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