Juan Piquer Simon directed many a craptastic movie, two of my favorites being the grimy slasher pic Pieces and the nature-runs amok epic Slugs. This is a bizarre Spanish poster for the latter, illustrating what this movie does to your mind.


Two men are cryogenically frozen and awakened 50 years later in a post-nuclear world where everyone lives underground and the male gender is extinct. The totalitarian matriarchy has branded men as ‘evil’ and responsible for all the troubles that plagued the world. Under the threat of mandatory sex-changes, our two […]

I haven’t seen this Shaw Brothers action flick from 1977, but Lady Exterminator looks like she cracks a mean whip. I also haven’t seen the original Hong Kong poster for the film, but I’m assuming this Egyptian artwork is a hand-drawn replica. Fans of weird world cinema should not confuse […]

To fans of Spanish horror, the name Leon Klimovsky is most associated with actor Paul Naschy, whom he directed in eight films throughout the 1970’s. Klimovsky also directed other non-Naschy horror films, such as this gender-bending oddity (original title: Odio a mi Cuerpo) about a man whose brain is transplanted […]

Here’s a Spanish poster for Emanuelle Negra or “Black Emanuelle” starring Laura Gemser in her first-ever appearance as the titular globetrotting sexpot. The Black Emanuelle films were made to cash-in on the success of Just Jaeckin’s erotic film classic Emmanuelle starring Sylvia Kristel, dropping an ‘m’ from the heroine’s name […]



Life in the Middle East used to be so much less complicated, at least it was in the movies of that era. This is an Australian daybill for a 1975 French-Belgian sexploitation film titled Couche-moi dans le sable et fais jaillir ton pétrole, which literally means “Lay me in the […]

Lorna the Exorcist is one of Jesus Franco’s better films, and the crab scene featured on this Belgian poster is one of its highlights. As usual in a Franco film, there’s plenty of nudity (especially of the Lina Romay variety), an excellent musical score, and naturally a cameo by the […]

I doubt Egypt had drive-ins, but if it did, this double-bill would be perfect. This is a combo poster for two made-in-the Phillipines horror flicks: Al Adamson’s Brain of Blood and Cirio Santiago’s The Blood Drinkers, listed here under its alternate title Vampire People. There is an identical U.S. poster […]

Finding treasures like this is my favorite part of collecting movie posters. Deadly Prey is a crazy, crappy American 80’s action flick which probably went straight-to-VHS in the U.S. during the big home-video boom, yet seems to have been released theatrically in some foreign markets such as Egypt. This poster […]


1972 was a good year for the giallo, and this Italian-West German co-production is one of the best.  Cosa avete fatto a Solange? (literally, ‘What Have You Done to Solange?”) proves there was more to this sub-genre than Argento, Martino, and Fulci. And this rare Israeli poster hints that the  […]

“When Daddy’s Little Girl Became Everybody’s Little Girl” If that tagline alone doesn’t tip you off that this was made in the 70’s, then the enticing Lolita-esque artwork surely will! The movie on display here is a 1974 Swedish-Danish adult film titled Nøglehullet, which was released that same year in […]