Massage Parlor Murders! is fucking great. It delivers on sleaze and stupidity. The death scenes are filthy and crass. The nudity is rampant and gratuitous. The performances are big and stupid.
The poster for Sometimes Aunt Martha Does Dreadful Things is a perfect example of less is more.
Flesh and Lace is premium sleaze, entertaining from start to finish.
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.
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.
The joys of trashy Italian poster art is expressed perfectly here with this poster for Umberto Lenzi's The Man from the Deep River (1972) — the film that kicked off the cannibal craze of the 70s and 80s.
What can one say about the work of director, José Mojica Marins? Better known to many as horror caricature, Coffin Joe, in his native Brazil, he is something of a staple. On the back of nasty classics such as ‘At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul’ and ‘This Night I’ll Possess Your Corpse’, Marins has often...