Friday the 13th (Turkey)
Turkish one-sheet for the first entry in the "Friday the 13th" franchise, though the main image, cast and director (Steve Miner) would suggest that this is really for "Friday the 13th, Part 2".
Ramo a.k.a. Turkish Rambo (Turkey)
Original poster for Turkish "Rambo" remake which seems to have lost a consonant.
2019: After the Fall of New York (Turkey)
Turkish one-sheet for Sergio Martino's "Escape from New York" cash-in "2019: After the Fall of New York", which was probably made for less money than the catering budget on John Carpenter's film.
Evil Dead (Turkey)
Bruce Campbell as rendered by Turkish artist Sahin Karakoc on this one-sheet for Sam Raimi's cult-horror firebomb.
Frauleins in Uniforms (Turkey)
Swiss sleazemeister Erwin C. Dietrich's 'Frauleins in Uniforms' on a Turkish poster.
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!
The Incredible Kids (Turkey)
Kung-fu kidsploitation comedy from Taiwan. The Turkish title means "Little Rambos", which if you think about it, is a far better title than 'The Incredible Kids'.
The Fly (Turkey)
If David Cronenberg's 'The Fly' were a romance novel, this is what the book jacket would look like.
The People that Time Forgot (Turkey)
Sweet Sins of Sexy Susan (Turkey)
Asi Kabadayi (Turkey)
The film's title roughly translates to "Rebel Bully", but trash-cinephiles know this film better as 'Turkish Wolverine' for obvious reasons. Starring Serdar, Turkey's Sylvester Stallone, who also starred in 'Turkish Rambo' and 'Turkish Rocky'.
Anahtari Bendedir (Turkey)
Cuneyt Arkin is not only one of Turkey's most popular actors but also one of its cinema's biggest bad-asses as seen on this poster. For Western audiences, Arkin is best-known as the star of 'Turkish Star Wars' (a.k.a. 'The Man Who Saved the World'.)
Ask Gecesi (Turkey)
Selam Meleklerim (Turkey)
Kanli Hayat (Turkey)
The Nurse in the Military Madhouse (Turkey)
The Sensuous Housewife (Turkey)
The Alcove (Turkey)
This is a stylish erotic film helmed by Joe D'Amato, starring the exquisite Laura Gemser as an African princess turned into a sex slave by a depraved military man and his wife in the 1940's. Filth with a classy veneer.
Dog Lay Afternoon (Turkey)
Sick sick sick ! This Italian sleaze sundae features Ilona 'Cicciolina' Staller and was written and co-directed by actor George Eastman (a.k.a. Luigi Montefiori), star of many sleazy Italian films. Oddly, Joe D'Amato had nothing to do with this film.
The Entity (Turkey)
Eyes of a Stranger (Turkey)
Heavy-breathing Turkish poster for this early 80's thriller from the director of 'Shock Waves'.
The Devil’s Female (Turkey)
West German 'Exorcist' cash-in that doesn't make much sense but shows lots of skin, made by the guy who directed the 'SCHOOLGIRL REPORT' series which this film often resembles. A.K.A. 'Magdalena Possessed by the Devil'.
Rx for Sex (Turkey)
I can't say with 100% certainty I've listed its correct title, but I'm guessing this is French adult film 'La clinique des fantasmes' (listed here under its U.S. title).