Thursday, September 14, 2017

INTERNATIONAL HORROR MOVIE POSTERS

BLACK SUNDAY (Italy)
The poster artwork for movies are meant to be evocative and create a response for the observer to want to see it. It's no coincidence then, that posters for horror films are designed with, well, horrific images to elicit the right kind of reaction. There have been many horror movie posters over the years that have become iconic in evoking an immediate recognition of the particular film they are representing. While not always as familiar, posters created for the international market are often even more lurid and striking than their American counterparts. Shown here are a number of examples collected from various sources, of international horror film posters that oftentimes show a uniquely vivid perspective.

BLOOD ON SATAN'S CLAW (Italy)

THE BLOOD-SPATTERED BRIDE (Italy)

THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (France)

CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST (France)

CRUCIBLE OF TERROR (Italy)

THE DEMON (France)

DEVIL BAT (Italy)

DRACULA A.D. 1972 (Italy)

FABULOUS WORLD OF JULES VERNE (Hungary)
FRANKENSTEIN '80 (Italy)
FRANKENSTEIN'S CASTLE OF FREAKS (Italy)
GIGANTIS, THE FIRE MONSTER (Japan)
HORROR OF DRACULA (Italy)
HOUSE OF WAX (Germany)
INVASION OF THE VAMPIRES (Argentina)
LEGEND OF THE WOLF WOMAN (Italy)
THE MUTATIONS (Japan)
SCREAM AND SCREAM AGAIN (Italy)
SON OF FRANKENSTEIN (Italy)
SON OF KONG (Italy)
STRANGE THINGS HAPPEN AT NIGHT (Italy)
THE BEAST IN SPACE (Italy)
THE GHOST (Italy)
THE GIANT CLAW (Australian)
THE HEAD (France)
THE SPECTER OF EDGAR ALLAN POE (Italy)

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