It’s been quite a while since I last posted anything on the website. Starting my own business (non-poster related) forced me to refocus my energy and creative juices in its first few months, and I regretfully fell behind in scanning posters. I will continue to add new posters I’ve acquired […]

I love this poster, but I’m not sure which film it’s supposed to be promoting. The title on the poster says it’s the first (and in my opinion, best) entry in the endless Friday the 13th franchise, but the pitchfork-wielding blond is actress Amy Steel who is the ‘final girl’ […]

If you’ve spent a bit of time delving into the contents of this site, you’ve probably noticed I’m a big fan of Erwin C. Dietrich, the Swiss king of exploitation filmmaking.  Here’s a Turkish poster for one of his entries in the nazisploitation subgenre which raged in Europe during the […]

Rabid is one of David Cronenberg’s earliest films and certainly one of my favorites from this period of his career. The Spanish poster captures a few shocking highlights from the film, including a bloody jackhammer assault on a passing vehicle that looks like it could have come from one of […]

Poor Sirpa Lane. The Finnish beauty surely didn’t know how to pick ’em… film roles, that is. Lane was a talented actress who only appeared in a handful of erotic films, some of which happen to be amongst the trashiest and most notorious in the history of the genre. She […]

John Schneider will always be best remembered as Bo Duke from The Dukes of Hazzard TV series, so much so that it’s easy to forget he had a successful country-music career as well, scoring several #1’s on the U.S. country charts. He also took a not-so-successful stab at being an […]

Today is Palm Sunday, both literally and figuratively. Sister Emanuelle is easily one of my favorite entries in the ‘Black Emanuelle’ series. This time, Emanuelle (the ever-alluring Laura Gemser) has turned her back on her sinful past and taken a vow of celibacy as a Bride of Christ. When a […]

Any self-respecting fan of weird world cinema will tell you the Ramsay Brothers are the Royal Family of Hindi horror. Said brothers (of which there are seven) produced and directed more films in this strange but entertaining sub-genre than anyone else in Bollywood, single-handedly ushering in the Hindi horror boom […]

While the name Suzzanna doesn’t mean anything to the average Western horror fan, she’s a legend in her native Indonesia and their queen of indigenous horror cinema  Born Suzanna Martha Frederika van Osch, she starred in such movies The Hungry Snake Woman, Ambulance Ghost, Sundelbolong (playing a ghost prostitute), and […]

Anyone who’s perused this site knows I love Egyptian movie posters, and this one I’m particularly bananas over. And I’m not even that big a fan of ‘giant monkey’ films! Though the title “Son of King Kong” is listed both in English and Arabic, this is merely a case of […]

Little is known about this Filipino/Hong-Kong co-production from 1975. It looks like it could be a Shaw Brothers film, though I’ve not been able to confirm a movie under this title in their vast filmography. It’s quite possible that the only remaining traces of this film are its posters.