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« Reply #1700 on: November 02, 2021, 04:23:18 AM »
Crap. My computer is packed away. I can't copy/paste my new post from my phone...so,  until I can post it properly, here is a link:

https://mymoviepostercollectionagogo.blogspot.com/2021/11/the-shock-o-rama-poster-show-2021-16.html

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« Reply #1701 on: November 11, 2021, 01:37:13 AM »
Here's that post. (You no longer have to click the link!)

The movers are coming! And, what's this? ANOTHER poster post? What??? I know. I know. I do not have time for this, but here we are anyway. I've got another box to pack. If you'll excuse me, I'll let you wander through today's poster show on your own...

FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3 3D (3D Glasses):
I saw this flick TWICE when it came out in 1983 and kept both pair of glasses. Have I seen them while going through boxes and stuff for my move? Nope! I ran out of time--with many boxes left yet to be explored (Man, I've got a LOT of crap!)--and just went ahead and bought this pair when they showed up on eBay. I can always resell them later, I am sure. I've seen lots of other pairs of supposed authentic 3D glasses for this film come and go. The red and blue lenses were NOT the ones from the original release. (I'm old. I was there. I know.) These, with the lame doodle of Jason's arm stabbing a poker (presumably through the viewer's right eye!?!) are what was passed out in theaters back then. YIKES! Into my 80s 3D glasses display it goes...once I find and unpack the display, that is! Ha!




FINAL DESTINATION:
I bought this on a recent online auction. The description mistakenly listed it as a lenticular--so I bid. And then, I came across the lenticular elsewhere in the auction and bid on that. I ended up winning both. I don't know that I own a paper one sheet---so I am okay with this, I suppose. I do like the series and it was only $10.


FINAL DESTINATION (lenticular):
And, of course, here is the lenticular...This was strangely inexpensive as well. $23 or so, I think? Good deal. I did like the FINAL DESTINATION series---although its gimmick got old quickly, lasting, what? Five or six films only? Still it was initially clever---and this is the poster from that first film.


CHOPPER CHICKS IN ZOMBIETOWN:
I never saw this late '80's flick. I never realized it had a theatrical release, actually. I do remember seeing it in my local video store. I was uber-curious about the title--how could I not be? The poster art was fun (and very '80s).  Maybe someday I'll bother to track down the film as well.


CHOPPER CHICKS IN ZOMBIETOWN:
Oops! Before the one above appeared on eMovie, I spotted this one on eBay and bought it. When I came across it for the right price (or so I thought)--sold! Folded, and more wear than the eMovie version above...and more expensive. Waaagh! Oh well...


A SCREAM IN THE STREETS:
This is a Harry Novak production for his Box Office International releasing company---and played drive ins over and over and over for years. I never saw it at the drive in, but I did catch it on home video in the VHS era. It's recently found new life on BluRay through Severin. As I recall, the film was all kinds of crackpot sleazy, with a (spoiler) very bad/obvious drag queen who was a strangler of women. Cops are on his/her trail, but they and others stop to have the closest thing to pornographic sex (without actually being pornographic sex) I've ever seen in an R-rated movie. I think I might have a copy of the poster already. But, just in case I didn't, this wasn't crazy expensive, so...

SURF NAZIS MUST DIE:
Like CHOPPER CHICKS IN ZOMBIETOWN, I couldn't pass up this cool-titled poster. I remember when this played. I wanted to see it so badly. It sounded rad. This was just before I learned what Troma was and the typical quality of a Troma movie. I don't recall if I saw this on VHS or not. Is it worth tracking down? I'm guessing that a Frankie & Annette BEACH PARTY movie this is NOT. Ha!


THE CRIPPLED MASTERS:
Here is a bizarre-O grindhouse classic.  This hails from 1979 and is about two deformed men (one has no arms--they are "cut off" in the story, but the man was born without them--and the other has withered, useless legs--which were also "destroyed" as part of the storyline) who learn to overcome their handicaps and get revenge against the mob boss who crippled them. It is shocking but amazing at the same time. The two actors are very skilled in their martial arts craft. There were actually TWO sequels made--but I don't think they were released theatrically here.

ZOMBIES ON BROADWAY (Half sheet):
If you've paid attention over the years, you'd find I almost NEVER buy half sheets. I've just never cared for them. So why a half sheet now? Hello!?! ZOMBIES ON BROADWAY?? I've been wanting one of these for eons. I'd rather have a full sheet...but until I ever get one, this is a nice place holder. The one sheets, when they bother to show up, are not crazy expensive...they are just elusive and don't show up often. I DO have a spot in mind to hang this already, actually. In the new house there is a lower floor (I'm on a hillside). All that is down there is a garage and one bedroom. That bedroom is destined to be a home tiki bar. In the stairway down, I plan to hand jungle- or island-themed posters, along with tiki masks and other tiki-esque items, with vines coming down the walls and ceiling--all leading up to the tiki bar. Right at the first turn in the stairs, there is a spot too small for a one sheet...so that is where ZOMBIES ON BROADWAY will hang. Yes, Bela Lugosi is in it. Wally Brown and Alan Carney are sort of Abbott & Costello wannabes. Despite the absurd title--YES, this is a REAL movie. Now, if the tiki gods could just get me the one sheet...

MOTHRA:
Wow! Color me surprised---and BROKE! I won this in eMovie's Halloween auction. There were several things I bid on. Despite my move (the trucks come Nov, 2--Tuesday!) and the preparations for it, I spent Halloween largely away from the house. I saw HALLOWEEN KILLS, went to lunch with a very sick (cancer), older friend, and dropped by another friend's place to bring her a lot of stuff I can't take with me to Washington. I was gone about 6 hours. I was able to check in on the auction from time to time, but by and large I missed it. When the smoke cleared by the day's end. This (and CHOPPER CHICKS IN ZOMBIETOWN) was my only win. I was a bit disappointed (I sooooo wanted REVENGE OF THE CREATURE or THE UNIVITED), but also floored that MOTHRA became mine. MOTHRA is on the list of posters I don't have but really want...or it was.  Yahoo! It's not the best poster ever--but still, it's MOTHRA! Now if I could just get an original GODZILLA (non-linebacked and for far less than the $2,500+ it got on eMovie).... Ha!

And that's ten. I am literally going to be moving as of tomorrow. I'm leaving here on the 4th and expect to be in my new home sometime on the 6th. I haven't stopped shopping after all---just had 7 of the 10 items held until after the move.  When will I be back? Who knows? But ugh--with the unpacking goes the cataloguing and reframing/hanging. Oh, and the holidays as well.  Blah! It's not going to be fun.

I hope your Halloween was spook-tacular!


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« Reply #1702 on: November 11, 2021, 11:11:40 AM »
I like that Mothra poster.  I've never seen the movie, so it's not something that speaks to me, but the poster is really cool.

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« Reply #1703 on: November 11, 2021, 07:36:44 PM »
Thierry!
I'm glad you like the MOTHRA poster. Thank you for saying so. It's always a pleasure (and a pleasant surprise) to find you've visited my thread.  :)
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« Reply #1704 on: November 17, 2021, 10:21:10 PM »
Happy Voodoo Hoodoo, Monster!  I hope the Surf Nazis got you moved up the coast okay?!  Okie

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« Reply #1705 on: November 17, 2021, 10:58:11 PM »
Okie! Thanks for stopping by. No, the SURF NAZIS still have my stuff in moving purgatory. I actually had a call and it should be here next week...just before National Gobble Gobble Day...Hopefully.  Cheers!
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« Reply #1706 on: November 18, 2021, 11:49:31 AM »
Love those Egyptians! love love love.  and expect a refund and keep the poster...due to the description stating the regular poster is a lenticular...oops.

that uhaul! hahaha

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« Reply #1707 on: November 18, 2021, 01:05:14 PM »
JASON Thanks for visiting and no worries about a refund. It's fine. No sweat. Cheers!
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« Reply #1708 on: December 22, 2021, 02:30:18 PM »
Welcome back to the Shock-O-Rama Poster Show. And guess what? I am finally MOVED! I have new (to me) naked walls to fill up with my amazing posters. Hooray! My house is on a hillside and there is this one bedroom-sized room in the basement (It's not really a basement--but there's nothing down there except the garage--which I do not use--and this one room) that I hope to eventually transform into a home tiki bar. The stairway down to it, I intend to try and make look jungle-y with vines and tiki-esque decor. As a way to incorporate my love of movie posters with tiki, I plan on framing and hanging some of my jungle-themed posters in the stairway. Things, like some of my TARZAN posters or my recent ZOMBIES ON BROADWAY half sheet, or even my JUNGLE HEADHUNTERS one sheet or posters like HULA HULA will work. But I am getting way ahead of myself. That won't happen for quite a while yet. In the meantime, here is a look at my latest acquisitions:

THE WAYWARD BUS:
I'm the first to admit it. This new poster of mine is ugly. I really dislike the art. Why buy it then? Hello? It was cheap--duh--AND it is for a Jayne Mansfield movie (back in the late 50s, when she was still an A-lister) AND, as a bonus, it stars Joan Collins! Ha! Plus it is based on a John Steinbeck story (that I have not read, but...), whose work I greatly admire. Too bad all of those positive things are crammed into such a homely poster. I'm guessing the movie was a dud as well. This is one of the few with Jayne I have NOT been able to track down. (There is an out of print Blu-Ray, but it is CRAZY high. No thank you...)

THE BIRDS (Promo Mask):
I know... I know... This is NOT a poster. This may be as close as I ever get to an original THE BIRDS poster though at the rate poster prices keep going up. Jinkies! As it was, scoring this promo mask looked as if it would cost me an arm and a leg, too... and then one popped up fairly reasonably price and---SOLD! This is more than a promotional mask. It has a sweet little gimmick built in. Each mask is numbered on the back. If the box office was displaying the number on the mask, you got in free. The catch was you had to be wearing your mask to claim your prize. Ha! Can you imagine? This will proudly hang with other movie gimmicks if and when my stuff ever arrives from the move... Yes, as I write this, all of my stuff is STILL in moving Twilight Zone limbo. UGH!!!

LEGEND OF DINOSAURS AND MONSTER BIRDS (International one sheet):
O' this is a rare find. It's coming to me from Turkey, but originally hails from Japan and looks to want to be riding on the coattails of Toho's GODZILLA monster flicks and from the brief spat of dinosaur flicks from the late 60s/early 70s. To my knowledge, there was no US theatrical release (or, at least, theatrical posters). I've seen other posters for this in the past, but they were always in other languages. This one is in English. I watched it for a while and then snagged it.

THE SCORPION KING (movie props):
I certainly did not expect to win this. I bid on it, sure--but not a lot. I know this is a spin-off of THE MUMMY remake series from the 90s, but I'm not even sure I saw SCORPION KING. Ha! It is fun to own a real piece of a movie--although it would be better if it was a movie I was familiar with and really fond of, which would give the piece more of an emotional value. I think I own the series on DVD--and have always meant to get around to watching it. This will give me incentive to do so, I guess. I hope they don't suck...

THE SCORPION KING:
I scored the props, I might as well get the poster to hang next to them. Right? I may have one already--this movie was 20 years ago. Who remembers what they bought casually 20 years ago? It's NOT that exciting, but...

SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE II (Video):
I am late to the SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE party. I have long had a one sheet for SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE 3--but had not seen the movies themselves until last summer. Sure they are all loosely connected (and really kind of campy crappy bad). I can see the cult appeal of them, though. While I am hoping to track down theatrical one sheets for Parts 1 & 2 to go with my Part 3, Part 2 was the one I liked (is that the right word?) the best. It was just so WTF with the inexplicable singing/dancing murderer and his killer (literally) guitar. It was like the MTV version of a slasher movie. I'll score the one sheet for this when I can find it---and send this off to auction if/when that ever happens.

FORCED ENTRY:
Wow! I finally got one of these. This is an early pornographic roughie about a Vietnam vet (who has continual flashbacks) who breaks into women's homes, rapes and terrorizes them before he kills them. It's a pretty unsettling thing to see now. Imagine back then? Laura Cannon is a forgotten porn star who is top-billed in this, but a young Harry Reems (under a different name) is the real star; the psycho vet who keeps imagining he is in 'Nam. This film was remade a few years later for a more mainstream audience and stars a young Tanya Roberts--but had very little of the grittiness (despite the porn factor) that made the original an underground hit and was quickly forgotten.

FORBIDDEN ZONE:
Wow! I don't believe I've ever seen a FORBIDDEN ZONE poster for sale before. I snatched this one up as soon as I saw it---despite the obvious wrinkling. It was only $15 plus postage. But how could I NOT get it? As much as I HATE linenbacking, I would seriously consider the process for this poster--unless someone knows a way to remove the wrinkles by another means?

THE BIRDS (Promo Mask):
Wait a minute! Didn't I just post this at the BEGINNING of this post? Yes--but no. This is ANOTHER copy. I decided that, to display this properly, I'd need to show BOTH sides---the mask and the whole promo thing on the back. Yahoo! I found another. Hooray!

LET'S MAKE IT LEGAL:
Here's a surprise pick up I did not expect at all...the poster for the charming early Marilyn Monroe flick LET'S MAKE IT LEGAL. It's got some flaws, but nothing I can't live with. I am delighted to have gotten this. Hooray!

And that's 10. I honestly didn't think this would post before 2022...but here we are. A last-minute bonus post for 2021. (There's always the possibility of ANOTHER post before the end of the year, but I doubt it.) Have a spectacular holiday season. Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, Joyful Kwanzaa...and here is to health, happiness, and awesome poster finds in 2022. I'll see you next year. CHEERS!
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« Reply #1709 on: December 23, 2021, 07:31:36 PM »
Those are some great finds!
It's amazing that you were able to find not just one but two of those masks for "The Birds"! I decided to check out the price for the one sheets and wow those are definitely up there in price! Would be amazing to own one though, maybe you'll get lucky on one of those as well one day?
I believe that was one of the first classic films I had ever seen.

Also great pick-up on the Slumber Party Massacre poster! The second one was my favorite as well, but I just really love these films!
The one sheets for the first film are a lot more common and affordable now than when I bought mine - I have even seen them go under $100 so you can definitely get lucky with that one!
I wish us both luck on the theatrical poster for the second film though as I have yet to spot one out in the wild!
The video poster pops up every now and then and I am tempted to go for a rolled one as mine is folded and I'd be able to display the back as well with a second, but it's not a priority for me at the moment!

Good luck with filling up all that wall space with your amazing finds and that Tiki theme sounds amazing! Would definitely love some pictures if you are able to get it done someday!

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« Reply #1710 on: December 23, 2021, 09:37:18 PM »
Dang, Lil' Monster, you could certainly host the Grand National County Jail Movie Poster Variety Show and I'd watch! Here is your show in acts:

1. Dinosaur stretch bikini chomp
2. Back roads Joan Collins
3. Klingon death metal slumber party
4. Double bird punch out
    Intermission
5. The Rock with hair locks
6. Enter the Playboy porno queen
7. Herve Villechaize crowned my...
8. Two guys & Three girls making it legal

May snowed in B-movie angels dust your tree this Christmas!
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« Reply #1711 on: December 23, 2021, 10:54:32 PM »
Dang, Lil' Monster, you could certainly host the Grand National County Jail Movie Poster Variety Show and I'd watch!

Agreed!!!  Great stuff!!!

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« Reply #1712 on: December 25, 2021, 03:21:21 AM »
First of all, today is the day. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

Heather_Mason_SH3: Yes---I was lucky to get two of THE BIRDS promo masks. They were both from the same dealer (at different times.)  You and me BOTH would love to have a THE BIRDS one sheet. Maybe someday...  As I hang stuff up, you can bet there will be photos. Thanks for the visit.

Okie: I dig your interpretive word dance responses to my posts, Daddy-O!  And those "snowed in B-movie angels" might actually be snowed in as ---eeek! We ARE expecting snow AND sub-freezing temperatures. NOT FUN. Brrr!

Thierry: Another surprise appearance. Thank you for your visit as well.

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« Reply #1713 on: December 27, 2021, 07:48:44 PM »
Hey, Monster!  Did you get that snow? Okie

Okie: I dig your interpretive word dance responses to my posts, Daddy-O!  And those "snowed in B-movie angels" might actually be snowed in as ---eeek! We ARE expecting snow AND sub-freezing temperatures. NOT FUN. Brrr!

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« Reply #1714 on: December 27, 2021, 09:19:13 PM »
Yep! I had a "white Christmas". It's snowing now, actually...and below freezing all of this week. BRR.

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« Reply #1715 on: December 27, 2021, 09:41:22 PM »
Any snow orcas around the islands up your way, Monster? You could signal them with their 1977 movie poster!  Okie

Yep! I had a "white Christmas". It's snowing now, actually...and below freezing all of this week. BRR.


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« Reply #1716 on: December 28, 2021, 03:43:06 AM »
Snow orcas? Hmm. There are regular orcas in the waters here. There are these bells here in town and other places around the island you can ring when an Orca is spotted. And, of course, every time it rings a snow Orca gets its snow wings.
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« Reply #1717 on: December 29, 2021, 12:28:35 AM »

LEGEND OF DINOSAURS AND MONSTER BIRDS (International one sheet):
O' this is a rare find. It's coming to me from Turkey, but originally hails from Japan and looks to want to be riding on the coattails of Toho's GODZILLA monster flicks and from the brief spat of dinosaur flicks from the late 60s/early 70s. To my knowledge, there was no US theatrical release (or, at least, theatrical posters). I've seen other posters for this in the past, but they were always in other languages. This one is in English. I watched it for a while and then snagged it.

FORBIDDEN ZONE:
Wow! I don't believe I've ever seen a FORBIDDEN ZONE poster for sale before. I snatched this one up as soon as I saw it---despite the obvious wrinkling. It was only $15 plus postage. But how could I NOT get it? As much as I HATE linenbacking, I would seriously consider the process for this poster--unless someone knows a way to remove the wrinkles by another means?

Lots of fun stuff here, congrats on all and your move.
You are correct on Legends of Dinosaurs and Monster Birds, no US theatrical release, but several Central/South American Countries and a few in Europe.
For the longest time I thought I had a complete set of 8 lobbies on the film, then I got a set of International cards in the Toei mailer and it had an amazing (or not so amazing) 20 cards in it! That will give you something to look for.

As for Forbidden Zone, I think what you want to look into is gel-backing. That will size and flatten the poster without linenbacking it, then they can remove the thin gel layer once it has dried. A pretty great process to de-wrinkle your posters.
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« Reply #1718 on: December 29, 2021, 01:45:25 AM »
Crowzilla:  Zowie! Thanks! I just spent the last half hour or so looking into gel-backing. That looks like the answer. I'm surprised more people don't discuss gel-backing and that linen-backing seems to be the go-to preservation/restoration process. I probably won't get to it until sometime this spring,  but it is on my radar now and I really think it is the way to go-go. Thank you ever so much.
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Re: Monster A Go-Go's Shock-A-Rama Poster Show (in Blood-Curdling Freak-O-Vision!)
« Reply #1719 on: December 29, 2021, 10:58:21 PM »
The Orca bell sighting idea is really cool, Monster.  Is there a movie theatre on your island?  Maybe you could host a B Movie film festival and we could all Orca watch between movies?!  Okie
Snow orcas? Hmm. There are regular orcas in the waters here. There are these bells here in town and other places around the island you can ring when an Orca is spotted. And, of course, every time it rings a snow Orca gets its snow wings.

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Re: Monster A Go-Go's Shock-A-Rama Poster Show (in Blood-Curdling Freak-O-Vision!)
« Reply #1720 on: December 30, 2021, 01:53:47 AM »
Hi Okie! Yes, there are two theaters on the island, but none in my town. The one in Langley (The Clyde) is a one-screen art house-type cinema. The one in Oak Harbor has three screens and a little bar. There's also a working drive in, the Blue Fox, in Oak Harbor.
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« Reply #1721 on: December 31, 2021, 12:04:55 AM »
It sounds like a movie festival might work out well on your island, Monster?! You're doing quite well with two theatres and a drive-in. Okie

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Re: Monster A Go-Go's Shock-A-Rama Poster Show (in Blood-Curdling Freak-O-Vision!)
« Reply #1722 on: December 31, 2021, 12:22:01 AM »
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Welcome back to the Shock-O-Rama Poster Show...and happy new year! I have a few new purchases to share--but only a few. You see, I've been busy. Since moving in early November, I've been living in a house with bare walls. O' the HORROR of it all. That will never do. So, I've been busy framing. But we'll get to that momentarily. In the meantime, here is a short yet sweet look at my new acquisitions. O' the joy:

THE LAST REMAKE OF BEAU GESTE:
My first purchase--on New Year's Day--of the year...and it's a dud I didn't need. I already have one of these. Why I bid on it (on some obscure online auction), I have no idea. I bid on about a dozen other things as well, all of which I was outbid on (of course!). The reason I even bothered with this poster is because, as a kid, I loved this silly film. I haven't seen it in decades though and, like I said, I have a copy of the poster already. Oh well. $5 plus shipping is not the worst thing I've ever wasted money on.

BLACK HOOKER:
Oh my stars! I just got one of these a short time back...after trying to get one for YEARS! And here I end up with a second copy. Actually, a friend of mine was just gaga over my BLACK HOOKER poster and wanted one for himself. I spotted this one on eBay. It has a few issues--but I got it for a decent price...and now I have his birthday present covered for this year. Hooray!

TARZAN AND THE SHE-DEVIL:
Wow! I love this Lex Barker (Talking Tarzan #2 after Johnny Weissmuller) Tarzan poster. Barker was a decent Tarzan, it's just that his movies were part of the Sol Lesser output---ultra cheapos that were slapped together. They were not nearly as engaging as others in the series. The poster itself has a few issues...but I think it adds to the pulp-iness aspect of it. Co-starring Raymond (PERRY MASON) Burr and Monique (ANDY WARHOL'S FRANKENSTEIN) Von Vooren as the She-Devil! Ha!

And that's it. Really!  What, you ask? Just THREE? Where are the usual 10 per update? Well, I have not been shopping anywhere near as much as I used to. I am broke, in declining health and I just moved. I have too much on my plate to buy a lot of new posters. However, following my recent move, I've started framing some of my old posters again. Those I DO have to share with you. This time, with the exception of a few classic titles I'm always going to display, I've decided to frame posters I've not had up previously. Here is a look at what I've gotten framed so far:

DOOR TO DOOR MANIAC:
This really is such a wonderfully simple-yet-cool poster. Yet, you rarely ever see it posted anywhere or talked about. And music legend Johnny Cash is the killer? Too awesome not to frame. (And--surprise! This cool poster is actually a re-release/re-titling. It was originally released as FIVE MINUTES TO LIVE. Despite the fact this is a re-release, I find this poster far superior to the original.)

EYEBALL:
I have the other style of poster for this title, but had long wanted this superior one. It was one of the first things I framed. Yowza! The movie is klind of fun, too...but it's a giallo instead of a true horror film.

ORGY OF THE LIVING DEAD (triple feature):
I don't know why I never framed this amazing poster for this re-titled re-release triple avalanche of unrelated Euro horror movies. It's awesome.

GURU THE MAD MONK:
Her is another Andy Milligan title, one I've never displayed before. What a great poster. I guess I never bothered before because it is just in black and white and red. Sure, Milligan's movies are crap. I still enjoy them (if that is the right term), although often times (as in this case) the posters are often better than the films themselves.

I DISMEMBER MAMA and THE BLOOD SPATTERED BRIDE (combo re-release):
I have toyed with the idea of framing this poster off and on for years. While I have the one sheet for I DISMEMBER MAMA (and also the one for its original release title, POOR ALBERT AND LITTLE ANNIE), this re-release double feature has the cool gimmick of the Up-Chuck Cup mentioned. Ooooo! I so wish I had one of those (Unused, of course.)

IT HAPPENED AT NIGHTMARE INN  and THINGS FROM THE GRAVE (re-release combo):
Speaking of re-release combo posters, I framed this one as well...but I'm not sure I'm all that happy with it. I framed it because it is kind of a rarer poster, but it's not that exciting. THINGS FROM THE GRAVE is actually a retitling of CHILDREN SHOULDN'T PLAY WITH DEAD THINGS (which I also have the one sheet for). Perhaps this one will get swapped out first. I might want to go back to the wonderful I DRINK YOUR BLOOD/I EAT YOUR SKIN combo poster. THAT one is classic!

CHILDREN SHOULDN'T PLAY WITH DEAD THINGS:
I dig the NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD / DAWN OF THE DEAD knockoffs before the age of video...especially the ones from the early 70s. This flick doesn't really get going until near the end, but the poster is kind of fun. It's also getting harder and harder to find. Glad I've got one.

GHOST CATCHERS:
Here's a fun, old poster from from the mid-1940s that featured Lon Chaney Jr, Andy Devine, and Morton Downey Sr. I've not seen it, but read about it. It's described as a screwball comedy with music (but not a "musical"). Fun graphics and a pink ghost! Ha! "They've got hants in their dance." (Anyone know what "hants" are?)

HOUSE ON TELEGRAPH HILL:
At last I've got my copy framed. Wow! Wow! Wow!

INVASION OF THE ANIMAL PEOPLE with TERROR OF THE BLOODHUNTERS (combo):
Wow--gotta love the cheesiness of this one. I believe this was the film that was originally called TERROR OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN, about a yeti-like creature in Scandinavia someplace.

MAN IN THE DARK (2D style):
I was not going to frame this, but as I was going through my posters, a friend who is visiting saw this and liked it and wanted it hung up in "his" room. He isn't here now, but--okay. I can hang it in "his" room. No problem.

MAN IN THE DARK (3D style):
Since I am framing the 2D MAN IN THE DARK, I might as well and frame the 3D style.

HOLLYWOOD CHAINSAW HOOKERS:
The charge an arm and a leg. (That tag line alone earned this poster's framing.)

MIDNIGHT MOVIE MASSACRE:
I didn't even know I had this when I was digging through my boxes of posters. I've certainly never seen it. But, wow! Look at those cheesy graphics. I LOVE it. This flick from 1989 is a throwback to old 50s-stly sci-fi flicks and stars 50s sci-fi movie vets Robert (THE HIDEOUS SUN DEMON) Clarke and Ann (WAR OF THE WORLDS) Robinson. Released on video as ATTACK FROM MARS.

INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS:
On the day I started framing my posters, I happened to watch INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS. The movie is awful...but the poster is awesome! In fact, the poster is better than the movie...by a LOT! No where in the film does the scene that is central to this poster (the farmer with the pitchfork slamming it down into the girl victim) happen. Ha!

CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST:
This is not the best poster ever---but it is super rare and hard to find. My understanding about this poster is that it was printed for a release of the film in 1982 that never materialized. Another company finally released the movie in the US in 1985--but without a new/different poster.

CREEPSHOW:
This advance CREEPSHOW poster also has some studio-juggling history. This poster was issued by the United Film Distribution Company, the company that released George Romero's DAWN OF THE DEAD, DAY OF THE DEAD, KNIGHTRIDERS, and other films (such as SLEEPAWAY CAMP). Warner Brothers bought the distribution rights and the poster was changed for the Warner release (to that of the Creep selling tickets in an old-fashioned movie theater box office.) This poster, in my opinion, is way more fun.

MAD DOCTOR OF BLOOD ISLAND and BLOOD DEMON (Combo):
It's the infamous 2nd film in the BLOOD ISLAND trilogy (or 3rd if you count TERROR IS A MAN). It features very cool art of a bloodied zombie thing attacking Angelique Pettyjohn. The co-feature BLOOD DEMON is actually a retitling of THE TORTURE CHAMBER OF DR SADISM.

BEAST OF BLOOD and CURSE OF THE VAMPIRES (combo):
The third and final film in the BLOOD ISLAND trilogy. You've gotta love the image of the zombie-thing ripping off its own head. Zowie! B-movie filmmaker Brian Yuzna is trying to revive the series with a series of comic books prior to committing to filming. The image below was the inspiration for some of the comic art as well as a series of tiki mugs put together for the Kickstarter account to get the comic book up and running. CURSE OF THE VAMPIRES is a low-budget vampire story...set in the Philippines. Filipino vampires are so NOT the Transylvanian variety.

BRAIN OF BLOOD and VAMPIRE PEOPLE (combo):
When the BLOOD ISLAND series dried up, distributor Hemisphere Entertainment hoped to keep milking BLOOD cow with a series of unrelated movies with BLOOD in the title. BRAIN OF BLOOD is an Al Adamson mess that stars Regina Carrol (aka Mrs Al Adamson) and Zandor Vorkov (aka Roger Engel, a stock broker who financed some of Adamson's films and who starred in two of them. The first one being in the role of Dracula in DRACULA VS FRANKENSTEIN). VAMPIRE PEOPLE is a retitling of THE BLOOD DRINKERS, the first Filipino horror film shot in color.

SPOOKIES:
I saw this flick years ago in the VHS era and hated it. Years later, after several people convinced me to give it another chance, I have it on BluRay and I find that it's not bad--if you like bad movies (which I do). Wonderfully cheesy practical effects in it. The poster is kind of fun--so I am delighted to have picked it up and have it framed now.

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Part 2:

SPOOK CHASERS:
I had never heard of the Bowery Boys until I got my first Bowery Boys poster. And even then, I had no idea just how many Bowery Boys films were made (48, not counting earlier incarnations as the Dead End Kids, Little Tough Guys and the East Side Kids) until later still. SPOOK CHASERS appeared near the end of the series. It has fun, vintage graphics. I totally dig it.

THE BOWERY BOYS MEET THE MONSTERS:
I have had this one for a while. Did I ever frame it? I don't remember, but don't think so. It makes a great companion to the other Bowery Boys poster, SPOOK CHASERS, even though this one is 10 films earlier.

THE GIANT LEECHES:
I almost didn't fame this poster. It's such a cool classic and I paid enough for it. And then I noticed (Duh! Read the descriptions better, dummy!) that it had a Canadian censor stamp on it...and it killed it for me. Now that I know it is there, it's pretty much all that I see when I look at it. But, I framed it because I may never have another (without the stamp). Hmm.

RETURN OF THE FLY:
I love this poster---such great graphics and the whole hyped verbiage ("Scream At..."). How marvelous! This was my favorite poster purchase of last year and arguably the best of the three original FLY posters.

DRACULA-PRINCE OF DARKNESS and PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES (re-release combo):
I know this is kind of a dull combo poster, although I do like the gimmick at the top. That gimmick is why this got framed. I actually have a pair of the "Zombie Eyes" glasses I intend to frame and display next to this poster. (I wonder if the "Dracula Fangs" were any different than the plastic ones you could buy in any store at Halloween time when I was a kid.)

THE AMAZING TRANSPLANT:
How excited am I to have this poster? VERY! It's kind of hard to find/rare. But that's not why I am thrilled to own it. THE AMAZING TRANSPLANT was the very first Doris Wishman movie I ever saw.  My jaw just dropped to the floor when her camera would focus on an ashtray or a clock or a painting---anything but the actors who are talking because all of the dialogue was added later and by focusing on a coffee cup or a pack of cigarettes, there was no need to worry about matching the dialogue to the actors' mouths. Pure bad movie genius!

THE GIANT SPIDER INVASION:
Here is yet another example of a poster being better than the movie itself. Don't get me wrong. As bad as it is, I like the film... But this poster promises a movie that is soooo much more than the actual movie delivers.

THE HORROR SHOW:
This poster, in English and in a standard one-sheet size, is so very hard to find. Although made by Universal in the early 80s as a TV documentary on the history of horror movies, it seems to rely heavily on Universal's horror library (understandable) instead of the horror genre at large. But even so, there are lots of iconic horror images in this poster. I'm delighted to have it.

BLACULA:
I'm sure this is not considered p.c. today -- but it's NOT from today. This BLACULA poster hails from the early 70s blaxploitation era and was from that rare subgenre of blaxploitation horror films. Zowie! It was a toss up between this poster and its sequel. And while SCREAM, BLACULA, SCREAM might be a more interesting poster, BLACULA is a far better movie. I love it.

SUGAR HILL:
More Blaxploitation horror fun! SUGAR HILL is a movie with voodoo AND zombies! Yowza!

BASKET CASE:
What a wonderfully weird little film this is...and surprisingly seems to be falling off of the horror radar. I have three copies of the one sheet--each one is slightly different than the others. This was the best copy of the three so it won its place in a frame. This is low-budget filmmaking at it's finest. (I really dig this film. The sequels though... eh!)

TALES OF THE THIRD DIMENSION:
TALES OF THE THIRD DIMENSION is a seldom-seen regional rarity from the early 80s from producer Earl Owensby. Owensby had a string of 3D flicks in the 80s, with other such titles as ROTTWEILER, HOT HEIR, CHAIN GANG, etc. I've never seen this--or any of Owensby's 3D movies. But I have tried my best to collect the posters for them (as rare as they are). This one, based on what I read online, is a series of three short stories, held together by a talking skeleton host named Igor in a TALES FROM THE CRYPT/CREEPSHOW manner. The poster was too interesting to keep tucked away.

DEMENTIA 13:
There are a lot of reasons to like this poster. The artwork is fun and there is mention of a gimmick (the "D-13 Test"). It's also a film directed by a young Francis Coppola before his middle name, Ford, popped into credits and before THE GODFATHER was ever published.  I almost didn't frame this, though. The movie, while deliciously atmospheric and kind of creepy, just never really did it for me. Every time I watch it, I want to like it...but by the end, I just feel dissatisfied. I wonder how Coppola got from this to THE GODFATHER.

BLOOD FEAST:
Although I have posters for all of Hershel Gordon Lewis' horror films, if I was going to frame any of them, of course it would be for his first one, BLOOD FEAST, the very first "gore" horror movie ever. Have you ever had an Egyptian feast? Ha! I'm thrilled to have this poster.

TOURIST TRAP:
I LOVE this little film. I was lucky enough to see it when it first came out (on a double bill with DOMINIQUE, a.k.a. DOMINIQUE IS DEAD) when I was a 14-year-old kid. It was so wonderfully odd at the end. The poster is just creepy as well. Chuck Connors stars along with a young Tanya Roberts.

THE GATES OF HELL:
I was also lucky enough to see this in the theater when it came out. Although it was made in 1980, it didn't open here until 1983...just after I turned 18, so I didn't have to worry about whether its self-imposed X-rating would be treated as an X or an R (as some theaters did for films like DAWN OF THE DEAD, ZOMBIE, PIECES, etc.). Although better known today as CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD, I had no idea what I was walking into when I went to see this. I knew it was by Lucio Fulci, who had done ZOMBIE. Based on the awesome artwork, I was expecting more of the same. But ZOMBIE this was not. This was wildly different in a good way.

THE NIGHT OF A THOUSAND CATS:
I love this cheesy poster for a seriously dumb movie. The cats are actually secondary to the plot of the film, but who cares when you've got such an exploitive title and such kitschy cool (in an awesomely bad way) artwork?

THE REDEEMER:
I love this poster. It has ZERO to do with the movie---and everything with marketing. I remember when the ads for this movie popped up in the newspapers using the same fantastic image as featured here on the poster. WOW! It looked sooooo creepy, spooky cool. I wanted to see it very badly.  This movie is better known as CLASS REUNION MASSACRE--a sort of an early slasher film (shot in 1976, but released around the same time as the original HALLOWEEN in October of 1978.). Clearly trying to ride the wave of THE OMEN (The tag line reads: "First THE OMEN...Now THE REDEEMER") and the subtitle reads "Son of Satan". The kid pictured has creepy glowing red eyes---and what is with the diabolical figure behind him? Well, there is nothing supernatural or diabolical or eye glowing about this film. It's just the picked on former teen getting revenge on the popular kids who, years earlier, gave him grief. When I finally saw the flick, you can imagine how disappointed I was. However, I still dig the poster. It got me to track down the film decades later. That is effective marketing.

BLUEBEARD'S 10 HONEYMOONS:
While this poster looks like the film is about as pedestrian as an old William Castle flick, I really dig the poster art. The line of skeleton brides behind the living bride coupled with the list of the ways the 10 brides met their ends is very fun and clever...in a 50s sort of way.

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN:
Yes, this is a comedy...but the look of the film and the poster art really do convey the feeling of the old Universal horror flicks that the film so wonderfully spoofs. This is a classic poster.

OLD DRACULA:
I have had this poster framed in the past--but decided to give it a second lease on framed life because A) I really dig it (especially the skeleton in the coffin wearing cat-eye glasses) and B) although it has nothing to do with YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, I thought pairing them together would be fun. This film started off life under the title VAMPIRA, but had a pre-US release title change to OLD DRACULA to cash in on the success of YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, hoping audiences would think the films were related. I remember seeing this when it opened in a double feature with FOOD OF THE GODS when I was a kid.

SNUFF:
As I've been reframing my posters, I've been sending pictures of them to my mother. She actually really likes my collection and is glad I am framing them again. Except earlier this evening she called and told me that while she liked all of the pictures of posters I had sent her, there was one she didn't like. It was this one for SNUFF. "That really happens, you know," she told me. I asked her if she knew the significance of this poster and why I would include it (because, after all, it's not a great image). She said she didn't. So I told her about how when this film came out, there was such an outcry from the public and people picketed theaters because they thought it was a real snuff film. But it wasn't. I also told her that those first angry outbursts and protests were all staged by the film's producers/distributors to whip up publicity. And it worked. I was 10 when this came out in 1975 and I do remember all of the outrage and discussion about it on the news. Anyone seeing the film would know that the title and what all of the poster's verbiage are alluding to are totally bogus. The movie is actually pretty lame--and the tacked on "snuff" footage is clearly bogus. But what great marketing. That's what the film is remembered for today--the controversy--NOT for the film itself.

NIGHT OF THE ZOMBIES:
Better known today as HELL OF THE LIVING DEAD, I remember skipping school and going to see this about 1984 or so. It wasn't DAWN OF THE DEAD or ZOMBIE, but it was okay. After getting in my car and driving away, the very next place I stopped at, my car broke down. If it had broken down at the theater, I'd have been soooooo busted. The movie is one of the cheaper-made zombie flicks from Italy with a lot of stock footage. But the poster art is pretty nifty.

THE LOCH NESS HORROR:
Years ago, there was an online movie poster store (I don't remember it's name. Is it still around? Does anyone know?) that used this poster image as their logo. I had never heard of the film before, but thought the art was fantastic. Years went by and I finally tracked the film down. Yeah, it was a big turd as you might expect. Oh well. Then, from out of the blue, the poster showed up and I snatched it up. The movie may suck but the poster is a piece of wonderful exploitation art.

That's all of the posters I've gotten framed so far. I have not even started working my way through my tubes of rolled posters yet (and I have far more tubes of posters than I have boxes of folded ones). And, of course, nothing is on the walls yet. As you can see, I also have plenty of boxes of general crap to sort through post move. I've got my work cut out for me.

Thanks for visiting, though. I'll see you next time.

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