Dracula Sucks (Germany)
Jamie Gillis and Annette Haven adorn this German poster for a "Golden Age of Porn" adaptation of the Dracula legend.
Man Behind the Sun (Thailand)
Nightmares Come at Night (Belgium)
Man From Deep River – lobby card (Mexico)
Another 70's Jesus Franco film in which he also starred, along with his partner Lina Romay. Alternately titled 'The Sadist of Notre Dame' , this one contains quite a lot of sado-maso shenanigans, in addition to the copious amounts of flesh on display.
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".
Kabus a.k.a. Nightmare (Egypt)
Egyptian horror film from 1989, inspired by 'A Nightmare on Elm Street', about a murderer who preys on his victims in their dreams.
Zombie — lobby card (Mexico)
Thai one-sheet for under-rated 80's horror flick starring Klaus Kinski, from the director of "Tourist Trap"
Evil Dead (Turkey)
Bruce Campbell as rendered by Turkish artist Sahin Karakoc on this one-sheet for Sam Raimi's cult-horror firebomb.
Death Carries a Cane (Germany)
Tomb of Torture (Belgium)
Sisters of Death (Egypt)
Asylum of Satan (Mexico)
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".
A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin – lobby card (Mexico)
Lucio Fulci's great psychedelic giallo on a Mexican lobby card
Dial: Help (Mexico)
Ruggero Deodato struck gold with "Cannibal Holocaust" but got a wrong number with "Dial: Help", a weak thriller from 1988.
The Boogeyman (Mexico)
Bloody jackhammer action graces this Spanish poster for early David Cronenberg film, starring porn legend Marilyn Chambers.
The Brood (Spain)
My favorite David Cronenberg film on a Spanish one-sheet.
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.
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.
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.
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