Molesting people on trains. It seems like it would be an absurdly specific fetish yet it spawned an entire sub-genre of pink films. We live in a strange and hilarious world.
There's little I like in this world more than sleazy Italian posters for sleazy giallos.
This is one of those posters I had to spend several minutes looking at to ensure I was definitely a part of waking life and not merely dreaming.
Combine that synopsis with the following beautiful poster and we could have one of the greatest films ever made on our hands. We don't, of course... but we could.
Mid-punch action! Beams of light! Furious faces! Weapons! I highly recommend clicking through to see a blown up version of this out of control poster for Heroes Three!
While the humour inherent in this poster is clearly intended given the spoof nature of the film itself, I really have to give the designer credit for executing the concept in an aesthetically pleasing way.
I don't know what this movie is, but its poster is seriously freaking me out.
I really don't know what I could possibly say about a poster like this to do it justice. I am still kind of dumbfounded it exists.
I've definitely watched Orloff and the Invisible Man — or whatever other title you know it under — but I have zero memory of it. I think I might have liked it. Either way, I love this purple-drenched French poster for it!
Anyone who knows me will tell you that 'Scary Glove Films' are among my favourite genre. Rather than obfuscate the impact of a scary glove behind stylish titles, Ross Hagen's The Glove celebrates its obsession with scary gloves.
I imagine most of my fellow Fulci fanatics would agree Manhattan Baby is not a high point in the great goremaster's career. This lacklustre shitter has, however, inspired a lot of great poster art.