Spot the spooky optical illusion in this iconic movie poster

It’s been exactly 30 years since the release of the critically-acclaimed thriller movie Silence of the Lambs. But despite its popularity, fans are only just noticing an optical illusion in the famous movie poster. The psychological horror movie has become a cult classic in the movie world with its hauntingly good acting and iconic cannibal-themed quotes (liver and fava beans, anyone?). But we bet you’ve never noticed the Salvador Dalí inspired optical illusion on the movie poster.

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