Your Sweet Body to Kill (Mexico)
Spanish-Italian giallo from 1970 directed by Alfonso Brescia, who also helmed the ultra-sleazy and weird "Beast in Space".
Secret Lives of Love Starved Housewives/ Cheating Husbands (U.S.)
German sexploitation double-feature, the first of which is a retitled "Hausfrauen-Report 2" (a.k.a. "Most Girls Will").
Phase IV (U.S.)
Legendary graphic designer and movie-poster artist Saul Bass directed this eerie sci-fi film about scientists battling super-intelligent desert ants. Ironically, Bass did not design the poster for his sole directorial credit.
The title means "Scream", though Andrzej Pagowski's clever design is for a Polish psychological drama directed by Barabara Sass, not for Wes Craven's post-modern slasher.
A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin – lobby card (Mexico)
Lucio Fulci's great psychedelic giallo on a Mexican lobby card
Vanishing Point – lobby card (Mexico)
Dial: Help (Mexico)
Ruggero Deodato struck gold with "Cannibal Holocaust" but got a wrong number with "Dial: Help", a weak thriller from 1988.
The Bodyguard – lobby card (Mexico)
Mexican lobby card for the bone-crushing grindhouse actioner THE BODYGUARD starring Shinichi 'Sonny' Chiba.
The Boogeyman (Mexico)
Bloody jackhammer action graces this Spanish poster for early David Cronenberg film, starring porn legend Marilyn Chambers.
Muddy Mama (U.S.)
The Brood (Spain)
My favorite David Cronenberg film on a Spanish one-sheet.
The Nude Princess (Israel)
Italian cinema's favorite transexual, Ajita Wilson, on an Israeli poster for "The Nude Princess" ("La principessa nuda")
Tijuana Caliente (Mexico)
Who Can Kill a Child? — lobby card (U.S.)
Great Spanish horror film, directed by Narciso Ibáñez Serrador. Hitchcock's 'The Birds' meets 'Children of the Corn' in a small Spanish fishing village. a.k.a.'Island of the Damned'
Who Can Kill a Child? (Germany)
Great Spanish horror film, directed by Narciso Ibáñez Serrador. Hitchcock's 'The Birds' meets 'Children of the Corn' in a small Spanish fishing village.
Prison Camp Girls (Egypt)
Egyptian poster for West German - Philliipines WIP co-production, also known as "Escape from Blood Plantation
Pariser Perversionen (Germany)
Zombie Lake (Belgium)
Jean Rollin's shoddy zombie film 'ZOMBIE LAKE' (or 'ZOMBIE'S LAKE' as listed on the poster) was one of the first to feature German WWII soldier-zombies. Essential viewing, only if you're a masochist.
Bloody Moon (Belgium)
Jesus Franco's stab at the 80's slasher genre is as sleazy, cheesy and great as it sounds.
Terror on a Train (U.S.)
Pupi Avati's 'Zeder' was retitled 'Revenge of the Dead' for American audiences, even though it's not really a zombie film as this poster would want you to believe. Those expecting gut-munching ghouls will be disappointed, but more patient viewers will dig this unique, atmospheric chiller.
Cocaine Wars (Egypt)
'Cocaine Wars' was a cheap straight-to-video production starring "Duke of Hazzard" John Schneider. So what is David Carradine from "P.O.W.: The Escape" doing on here?
Count Dracula (Egypt)
Egyptian poster for Jesus Franco's atmospheric and (for the most part) literal adaptation of Bram Stoker's 'Dracula', starring Christopher Lee and Klaus Kinski
Daddy, Darling (U.S.)
Black Cobra Woman (Turkey)
Despite Joe D'Amato directing it and Laura Gemser in the lead role, this film was not part of the 'Black Emanuelle' series. It does, however, feature plenty of Laura naked, as well as lots of snakes and Jack Palance!