I love the poster designs of Jean Rollin's early films. This poster for Rollin's debut isn't quite up there with the poster art for Fascination and The Shiver of the Vampires, but its mixture of amateur artistry and lurid imagery appeals to me.
The Suckling warns against the dangers of backyard abortions when a fetus is turned into a lumbering mutant monster after being flushed down a toilet and getting smothered with toxic waste in the sewers.
Final Score is a film on a mission. A mission to deliver more punches, kicks, broken bones, dead stuntmen and exploding houses than any other movie, and I think it might just have succeeded.
Everything about The Navy vs The Night Monsters screams "ill-conceived monster movie". I'm sure at the very least it was rare to posit the navy as the hero against ungodly creatures.
Man, I just can't get enough of Future Cops aka Super School Overlord (1993) — Wong Jing's loving Street Fighter tribute/rip-off.
While he is the product of a deeply troubling propaganda machine, Pulgasari is more exciting monster than many of his Japanese contemporaries.
Just look at this stunning poster for the Norwegian film Black Crows. It was designed by Eva Heřmanská and embraces the hands on approach to design technique that often demarcates Eastern European poster design from this period.
"Paybacks are a bitch, aren't they, sugar?" Yes. Especially when they involve games of kissy-fingers.
If you're a fan of Hansen or Rochon, this is a must-see, but even if you're not, you might get something out of Hellblock 13. It has everything a growing horror fan needs (albeit on a smaller scale): gore, water-soaked child-zombies, a mutant-redneck, acid-fueled bikers, and decapitation.
We've featured many posters for Lucio Fulci films on Mondo Exploito. There's something about Fulci's work that inspires great advertisements.
We've featured the ridiculous Devil's Woman on Mondo before, but if you needed more prompting to see this braindead classic of CAT III cinema, here's an exploding cat.