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Discussion in 'General' started by Trucci, Jun 5, 2003.
horror relate posters currently on my wall :
Army of Darkness
Star Wars IV
Planet of the Apes (Burton)
Your best bet is a local comic book/gaming store/indie fringe record store- a good one usually has a nice little stock of movie posters at decent prices. Sam Goody's too. There are a few good places online, but mainly bad ones that overcharge. Pix Poster Cellar is pretty good. Ebay is okay, but always loook around, some people on ebay pay way too much for certain posters you can find elsewhere much cheaper.
I have the following originals:
The Town That Dreaded Sundown
The Burning (insert)
Added; Cat O' Nine Tails(orginal), Zombie(reprint), Opera(orginal):evil:
The Beyond (the theater re-release poster)
I just snagged this one:
Pretty cool poster. I found Thir13en Ghosts next to a garbage can that's right next to the movie theater, it was rolled, double-sided print and in a long cardboard tube! And, when Bedazzled came out, here was this HUGE (and i mean HUGE) box standee that came out. wayyyy taller than me!
Horror Related (Theatrical):
Fear Dot Com
Eight Legged Freaks
Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (Teaser)
Queen of the Damned
Shadow of the Vampire
Final Destination 2
Other & Video:
Die Another Day (Teaser)
Star Wars: Episode II (Final/Framed)
Eight Crazy Nights
Star Trek:Nemesis (Teaser & Final)
Cruel Intentions (Video)
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Final)
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Final)
LOTR: The Two Towers (Teaser)
Men in Black 2 (Teasers)
Red Dragon (Teaser)
Murder by Numbers
Sccoby Doo (Teaser & Final)
Say it isn't so
Disturbing Behavior (Video)
From Dusk Til Dawn 3 (Video)
The Last Castle (Final)
The Time Machine (Teaser)
Enemy at the Gates (Teaser)
Along Came a Spider
Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life
3000 Miles to Graceland
Don't Say a Word
The Man Who Wasn't There
Hearts in Atlantis
Apt Pupil (Video)
Prom Night IV (Video)
Halloween H20 (Video, Signed by JLC & Framed)
Rules of Attraction (Final)
Punch Drunk Love
I also have tons of lobby banners, bus shelters and a Resident Evil Standee.
Okay I bought an American Gothic(the movie) poster recently for $6.I haven't put it up yet , because I am going to frame it so it doesn't get all fucked up like my old posters.But when I do, I will post a pic.
That is one sweet find Tawny!
Thanks, now I just need to find the movie
I own the movie. Tell ya what....you find me fear. I'll send you it
I have picked up a lot of posters lately:
Army Of Darkness (German)
The Bird With The Crystal Plumage (Italian Reprint)
Bobbie Joe And The Outlaw (Original)
The Burning (Original)
Cannonball Run (Original)
The Crazies (This came out of a video rental place)
Farrah Fawcett Red Swimsuit Poster (you know the one)
The Fog (Style B Original)
Kill Bill Vol.1 (promo)
Kill Bill Vol.2 (Advance)
Kill Bill Vol.2 (Final DS)
Howling 2 (Original)
Prom Night (Original)
Toolbox Murders (11 X 17 Reprint)
I love movie posters, and have gotten several over the years. Here's what I have so far, all originals and American versions unless noted otherwise:
Prince of Darkness
Cujo American original
Cujo Turkish original
Requiem for a Dream
The Blair Witch Project
Dawn of the Dead 2004
The Hills Have Eyes
Happy Birthday To Me
Mulholland Dr. Italian
The Day After Tomorrow- holographic frozen NY version
The Fly style A original
The Wicker Man Belgian
Cannibal Holocaust Spanish
Four Flies on Grey Velvet
The Serpent and the Rainbow
Shivers Australian daybill
Cat O'Nine Tails
Highway to Hell
Halloween III: Season of the Witch
My Bloody Valentine
Return of the Living Dead
Friday the 13th part V
Jason Goes to Hell
I have loads of old UK quad posters for films like HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME, HALLOWEEN II and quite a few US 1 sheets, but I currently have up quads of TERROR TRAIN (different design to the US one) and FRIDAY THE 13TH (ditto), as well as the US 1 sheet for THE BOOGEY MAN.
Also, I'm sure I've boasted about this before, but when I was in Rome, about five years ago, I stumbled into a Italian horror lovers treasure trove quite by accident. My Italian was so bad that I don't even think I was actually meant to be there (I later found out it was trade only). Anyway, I kept on quoting the names of films and this little man kept on going into the back of the shop (actually, quite a large store room) and came back with arms piled high with mouth watering delicacies.
To give you an idea of how great this shop was I had the opportunity to buy a subway poster of Mario Bava's SHOCK!, which had the fantastic artwork showing Daria Nicoldi with her bloody hands held up in front of her. I didn't buy it (I could have only put it up on the side of my house!), but I did buy (and still have) many beautiful locandina's, including original posters for ZOMBI 2, THE NIGHT EVELYN CAME OUT OF HER GRAVE and FIVE DOLLS FOR AN AUGUST MOON, which I have up in my living room.
And, if you didn't hate me already, then feast your eyes on these lovelies:
Wow, justin, I hate you.
I have very few posters... 4 Kill Bill posters... Gogo... mmmm... Evil Dead, Jaws, Reservoir Dogs, The Blob remake.
Justin,here's a nice one for you:
Very nice Bava poster, but a bit expensive for me. Those 60's and 70's euro-horror locandina posters only cost me about 7 bucks each. See, I said you'd hate me.