I love how this poster for The Malibu Bikini Shop is as cartoonish as it is sleazy.
I don't know what this movie is, but its poster is seriously freaking me out.
Shark Alarm's efforts are endearing. And if you can't get any joy out of TV's Conan the Barbarian, Ralf Moeller, blowing up a shark from a helicopter, than god help you.
Gilles Vranckx's artwork perfectly captures the foul but oddly romantic and serene tone of Jörg Buttgereit's thoughtful musing on necrophilia.
Not an obscure film by any means, but I suspect this German poster for Sergio Leone's classic A Fistful of Dollars has been seen by few and hence, worth featuring on Mondo. And what a gorgeous, almost painfully stylish poster it is too.
It was quite an easy choice deciding on a Christopher Lee themed poster to feature today. This much maligned film that ushered Lee's Dracula into the 70s is my favourite of Hammer's series, and Germany's gruesome poster does its vicious streak justice.
I spent much of Der Samurai's running time terrified that it would betray its ambiguous approach and elegant style. But it never does. It remains true to itself start to finish. Der Samurai is exactly what independent film exists for.
It's a pretty rare event that Mondo Exploito will review something new. It's just not what we do. But sometimes something comes along that fits the mould.
Who doesn't like a good head explosion?!! People who don't like gory movies, I guess. Uh, well, here's one from Olaf Ittenbach's The Burning Moon. Even better than the exploding melon is the little speech delivered afterwards.