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Hi Monster, Your The Horror Show poster reminds me a bit of The Atomic Movie Orgy movie clip marathon live shows that went around college campuses in the late 1960s and 70s. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Movie_Orgy
I have one of the posters for it around here somewhere.
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Hi there. Thanks for the note...and for the info on that "movie". I had never heard of it before, but after reading the wiki description,  I can see how THE HORROR SHOW poster would remind you of it. How nice that you've been visiting APF. I knew you took a break. Cheers
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Had to keep up with Lil Ole Monster and your lurid poster bash.
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Hi there. Thanks for the note...and for the info on that "movie". I had never heard of it before, but after reading the wiki description,  I can see how THE HORROR SHOW poster would remind you of it. How nice that you've been visiting APF. I knew you took a break. Cheers

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« Reply #1628 on: February 09, 2021, 12:20:38 AM »
Hello there and thanks for coming to the Shock-O-Rama Poster Show, but... UGH! I am so annoyed with myself... I was hoping to avoid buying more C-R-A-P I don't need this year...and here I am with, yes, a bunch o' crap posters I don't need. The first one was a freebie...so that doesn't count. The 2nd poster, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th I really could have done withOUT. With the exception of one title that was ruined in shipping, they were NOT repeats of previous purchases, at least. Heck, I'm not even sure I needed the 8th or 10th poster either... Waaagh! Waaaaagh! Oh well, it is what it is. I'll just have to be more careful in my next batch. (However, I've already started it off with an interesting but ultimately unnecessary/unneeded poster. Hmm...)

Well... You've been warned. Have you got your peepers warmed up? Take a look at this batch if you'd like -- or don't.

THE RITZ:
This poster, believe it or not, was a freebie of sorts. It was used as packing material around a pair of posters I bought (somewhere below). Ha!




KILLER TOMATOES STRIKE BACK (video):
I really enjoyed the wonderfully bad original ATTACK OF THE KILLER TOMATOES (the poster of which I have framed and hanging). Amazingly, there were three sequels and an animated TV series based on the zany film. I never saw the TV show, but I have slogged through the sequel films...and I must say they are crap...especially KILLER TOMATOES STRIKE BACK. Zzzzz. This is a video poster. I don't think this even had a theatrical release, so....in order to complete the collection (ho-hum...) , the video poster will have to do. John Astin was in all of the sequels as Professor Gangrene. (Snore...) (At least he got a job...) The poster art is juvenile at best--just like the movie.



RETURN OF THE KILLER TOMATOES (video):
This is the first KILLER TOMATOES sequel---and the video release poster. It did play theatrically (and I do have the poster for that), but I like this video poster better than the theatrical version. I like the play off of RAMBO although no tomatoes grow bodies and become renegade commandos as the poster might suggest. This (and the subsequent sequels)  is NOTHING like the original film. I just saw this not too long ago. It was bad (as I remembered). However, a very young George Clooney is one of the stars...and seeing him as a clueless young 80's adult is amusing in an "I can't believe that's George Clooney" kind of way. I had one of these already, but it was ruined in the mail---there's a nasty wrinkle down the left side from top to bottom. This is a replacement.



FREAKY:
I wanted to see this, but...you know, pandemic and all. This is like a horror twist to the old FREAKY FRIDAY premise. Instead of a mom and daughter switching bodies, we have a serial killer and his intended female victim switching places. Very clever idea. I would love to see Vince Vaughn acting as if he had the soul of a college co-ed in him. (Shades of Jack Black at a ditzy blonde in the JUMANGI film, perhaps?) But, lame poster...and nothing I really needed (unless I see the movie and love it?)



CREATURE OF THE WALKING DEAD:
What is this? I don't think I had ever heard of this flick when I came across this poster. Walking dead? Count me in...but what a aesthetically challenged poster (i.e. it's UGLY). It was cheap...but I don't know what the hell I was thinking...



THE STELLAR INSPECTOR (Russian):
In 2019, I got to visit Russia and meet a friend there. I had left my travelling companions in London and gone alone. Yes, I spent time with my friend, but he works nights and sleeps during the day...so the bulk of my time there was spent alone. But I had an amazing adventure---and saw and did so much on my own at my own pace. Not long after returning, I saw the original VIY, Russia's first horror film. On a Russian kick for a while, I got a re-release poster of VIY from eMovieposter.com (which I was thrilled to get). When I got it, I noticed this poster available as well. I have no connection to this poster at all. I'd at least seen VIY. This just has cool art and is Russian. I got this recently...but really, I didn't need this at all.



THE STEWARDESSES (3D):
Believe it or not, I had not gotten a copy of THE STEWARDESSES in 3D before now. (At least, I don't think I did...) I'm a H-U-G-E vintage 3D nut...so this is a groovy score for me. Although I have it on BluRay, I have yet to watch it. I still need to somehow find a 3D TV. Ha! THE STEWARDESSES was a huge hit. It was made for $100,000 and grossed $25 million. It also inspired the stewardess subgenre of exploitation films that filled the screens of drive ins throughout the 70s. But the really interesting thing about this flick is that, even though it was released in 1968, the producers kept filming new things and adding them in, deleting other stuff, of changing things around throughout the life of this flick until it stopped its initial theatrical run in 1971. There was later an XXX version with porno inserts. I wonder which version(s) are on the BluRay. Ha!



ZOMBIE STRIPPERS:
I am reasonably sure I haven't seen this...and yet, I have a vague memory of seeing a zombie movie set in a strip club.  Can there be more than one zombie stripper movie? Ha! This is rolled, not folded. It was made to look distressed as if it were folded, but it wasn't. There were a lot of bootlegs floating around of this title. I hope this isn't, but mine is single sided and may very well be a fake. Hmm. Oh well. I really didn't "need" this. Did I?



YOU:
"Experience FEEL-A-VISION!" Oh my stars! FINALLY!!! I have been after one of these for literally decades, since reading about it in THE GOLDEN TURKEY AWARDS book years ago. YOU is a lost adult film (I think it's just a nudie, but it may be porn). The "star" of the picture is YOU. It's a gimmick movie (Feel-A-Vision) and the gimmick, as best I can make out, is that the camera takes on the perspective of the main character of the film...which is also the viewer...basically the camera is the point of view. Easy but clever....and unfortunately lost! I've only seen a couple of these over the years and have always been outbid. I pounced on this one. It's a little rough here and there, but I am thrilled to have it. The gimmick also reminds me of the bit from KENTUCKY FRIED MOVIE where the guy goes to see a movie presented in FEEL-A-ROUND, where an usher stands behind the movie goer and does things to him (grabs his collar, slaps him, lights a cigarette, etc.) that happen on the screen. Ha!



THE INVISIBLE MAN (Egyptian 2010 re-release):
I think I am happy with this purchase... Yes, it is a re-release poster...and yes, it is from Egypt with Egyptian writing on it (to the left of the word "Man"). However, the fact that they used the original poster artwork made this appealing to me. A) It IS an authentic movie poster. B) It utilizes that original artwork  C) It is not just a "print" or an "S2" reproduction. D) It's Universal horror, baby! Sure, the slightly smaller size (25 3/4" x 40") bugs me a little bit, as does the Egyptian writing--but it's still gorgeous. And while it went for a little more than I wanted it to price-wise, it wasn't that bad. I can happily frame and display it with my other, minor Universal horror pieces. I am happy with this, aren't I? Am I? I hope so...but I'm just NOT sure...



Okay---that's it for this time.

You've survived.  CONGRATULATIONS!!

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« Reply #1629 on: February 09, 2021, 09:36:07 PM »

You've survived.  CONGRATULATIONS!!

You're selling yourself short, man!

THE RITZ: A FREE poster, nestled amongst other posters? Totally unexpected?  What is this madness, or dare I say -- magic? And is that tloce's brown carpet?  (just wondering...)
CREATURE OF THE WALKING DEAD: I dig the monochrome art.  A lot of the 50-60s Canadian posters (same with the aussie ones) are one-color wonders.  They may be less appealing but in this case, the black and white works.
THE STELLAR INSPECTOR: I'm on the fence when it comes to Russian posters (the earlier ones).  I find the images/art/subject can look depressed, but at the same time there is some beauty to it.  I also like the 'pulp' feel of the old paper.  THE STELLAR INSPECTOR is a much nicer 1980 print -- and you've got a story to boot!  Sean - who the fuck vacations in Russia?  Well done, sir, you're much more adventurous than I am!
YOU: at 28x 42, could it be Canadian?  Either way, I DIGIT!

Keep it up amigo.






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« Reply #1630 on: February 10, 2021, 12:12:27 AM »
CRAZY VICK!!!! How delightful to see you here.
Yes, THE RITZ was totally free and unexpected. It was folded around YOU and THE STEWARDESSES to add extra protective padding. Really!
CREATURE OF THE WALKING DEAD...I'm still on the fence about it. Oh well.
THE STELLAR INSPECTOR: Sure I went to Russia. It was a new place to explore, I have a friend there--and, as you said, who vacations in Russia? It was off the beaten tourist path. My traveling companions both wanted to go to London for their first time...and I'd been before. (I did later rejoin them in Italy---which was also a big rerun for me, but they were freaked being in a place that spoke Italian even though I told them they'd be okay...which they were.)
Where did you get the 28x42 dimensions for YOU? I think it was standard one sheet size...maybe a tad smaller, if anything. Sorry...
Thanks for stopping by and saying hello!
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« Reply #1631 on: February 10, 2021, 01:03:34 PM »
And is that tloce's brown carpet?  (just wondering...)

I forgot to mention this.  But, NO! That is not tloce's brown carpet. It's my sad, needs-to-be-replaced tan carpet, unfortunately.  Avoiding tloce is MUST!
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« Reply #1632 on: February 11, 2021, 02:41:24 PM »
Another great haul there.  Stewardesses is  thumbup thumbup and interesting history. 

The way you describe the plot for Freaky is certainly a shock-a-rama.  faint2.gif 

The travels abroad are also interesting.  Sounds like you could start another great thread or maybe a blog, book, etc. on those.
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« Reply #1633 on: February 13, 2021, 09:31:17 PM »
Another great haul there.  Stewardesses is  thumbup thumbup and interesting history. 

The way you describe the plot for Freaky is certainly a shock-a-rama.  faint2.gif 

The travels abroad are also interesting.  Sounds like you could start another great thread or maybe a blog, book, etc. on those.
Zowie! Thanks for the note. I'm glad you found some things of interest this time as well. I do hope to see FREAKY eventually (and THE STEWARDESSES in 3D--finally!) And it is always a pleasure having you visit my thread. Thank you.

Okie: I just need to add a note for you in here, too...as I neglected to mention your visit as well. You know I dig ya! Thanks for stopping by. CHEERS!
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« Reply #1634 on: February 14, 2021, 01:44:29 AM »
Cool colors on Steller Inspector, Monster.  Jenna Jameson as a Zombie Stripper?! Sorry boys, my butt cheek fell off just a little. "World War G!" Crazy stuff, Monster.  Okie

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« Reply #1635 on: February 14, 2021, 02:18:39 AM »
Hi Okie! I'm glad that there were a few things of interest in the last batch. It's nice to see you here. Cheers
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« Reply #1636 on: February 24, 2021, 04:09:48 AM »
Welcome back to the Shock-O-Rama Poster Show! I have been striving (really...I HAVE) to only get good posters I either "need" or that I find "nice". Unfortunately, some repeats got me to buy them again and a few others aren't exactly What I would call "nice" or things that are "needed". Oh well... It is what it is. But you were foolish...er, lucky enough to venture in today. Have a seat. Let me help you get a better view... There's NO getting away from the poster show today.  Mwah-ha-ha-ha-haaaa!

GUMS:
You may be scratching your head thinking I recently got one of these posters. You would be correct. However, when I got mine, I realized there was a chunk of paper missing and I needed a replacement...so I got this. You may also be thinking that, at the time I posted the original poster, I was none too excited about it. That would also be correct. So why buy another copy if I'm not wild about it? Because I'm a dork/spazoid. Ha!


STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME:
I came across a small, online auction (with a live component on the actual day the auctions closed). During the pre-auction early bidding, I bid on several posters that were cheap. I think this is the only one I walked away with for the minimum bid of $10 (plus shipping). I didn't need it, but.. Oh well.



REVENGE OF THE DEAD:
I know I have a couple of copies of this poster. The zombie artwork is awesome---which is why I have bought more than one. Plus I found this at a reasonable "buy it now" price. I've seen this go for much higher than I paid for it. The sad thing is, that this movie is pretty much total CRAP. It's long and slow and boring...and nothing (certainly NO ZOMBIES) happens in it. The whole bit about it "containing scenes which may be considered shocking" and "no one under 17 admitted" is pure PR hokum designed to get butts in the theater (as it did with similar announcements on worthy films such as DAWN OF THE DEAD, MANIAC, and PIECES, etc.).  Still--the poster is super cool.



FROM BEYOND:
I was not entirely sure I had this poster (Do I? I probably do...).  However, this non-related follow up to RE-ANIMATOR, while not nearly as good or successful, was still interesting enough. I came across the poster as a "buy it now" for a not too crazy price and...now I'm sure I have a copy. Ha!



STAR WARS (1978 Re-Release):
I have long said I am not a STAR WARS fan, although I have seen most of the films (excluding Parts 2 and 3) in the theater. However, I know STAR WARS is a popular series and the poster sometimes demand high prices. The "Two Weeks Only" re-release from 1978 is nothing special to look at. However, it (like the STAR TREK IV poster above) was at this small online auction I stumbled on...and the price--although higher than I'd liked to have gone--was not all that expensive. Perhaps it will bring me a pretty penny later on, should I decide to sell the thing. May the Force be with STAR WARS movie poster price appreciation...



KILL BABY KILL (2017 re-release):
Yes, this is a re-release poster. I have the original release poster, but it is completely different.  This one features some of the creepy atmosphere of the film. If you haven't seen this Mario Bava flick, you are missing out on some delicious Italian horror. The film doesn't make a lot of sense,  but is macabrely wonderful to look at. I originally saw it on a cheap-o release and was so impressed I went back and got the BluRay.



GODZILLA VS KONG (International Advance):
I really thought the last monster flick, 2018's GODZILLA-KING OF THE MONSTERS, was a dud. I was b-o-r-e-d. I'd probably NOT bother with this upcoming giant monster slug fest, except...hello? It's also a KING KONG movie---my FAVORITE of the big monsters. While I'm NOT expecting much, I am looking forward to it. As it is also a KONG film, I had to get the poster as well. I had to get a foreign copy as the US ones are cra-cra-zy high right now. They'll probably drop a year or so down the line (as evidenced by the prices falling for the previous modern GODZILLA and KONG films). I'm not expecting much at all...I just hope it doesn't totally suck.



SUSPIRIA (video poster):
Although I have the US one sheet and a foreign poster as well, the VHS promo poster I always found pretty groovy as well. I didn't realize it was new art created for the home video release. I thought it must have been pulled (as all other video posters seemed to be) from an existing movie poster. I resisted buying a video poster because I hope to score a theatrical copy with same art. Never found one. Glad I ended up with a video release poster after all.



HOTEL RESERVE:
I knew nothing of this flick when I bought this poster. James Mason and Herbert Lom are the only names I recognize. However, I was charmed by the old-school art and graphics. It apparently a British flick from 1944 (released in the US in 1946) that involves an innocent man (Mason) who is suspected of being a spy who has to prove his innocence. It has a fairly decent 6.2 rating on IMDB. What I find flabbergasting is that it was made during WWII in England, a country that was no stranger to bombings by the Germans. I guess the world--including the movie business--doesn't screech to a halt during war time. I realize our movie industry didn't stop production, but--with the exception of the then-US territory Hawaii and the attack on Pearl Harbor--we did not have attacks on this shore during the war.



INNER SANCTUM:
Several years ago, I scored the one sheet poster for THE FROZEN GHOST. I knew nothing about the film other than it starred Lon Chaney Jr, Evelyn Ankers and Milburn Stone, which I gleaned from just looking at the poster. I also learned that it was a big screen adaptation of the INNER SANCTUM radio mysteries of the era. Nifty. I became aware that there were other INNER SANCTUM films in the series and I tucked that knowledge away in the back of my head, hoping to score the others along the way sometime. I had seen the poster below a time or two. As it was called simply INNER SANCTUM, I assumed it was the first in the series. I recently scored a copy and looked into it a bit more. Zowie! This film (and poster) hails from 1948. The film series of six films (that included THE FROZEN GHOST and all of which starred Lon Chaney Jr) cranked out by Universal that ran from 1943 - 1945. This film seems to be a one-off attempt to revive interest in the series by some lesser company (M.R.S. Pictures Inc.) after Universal threw in the towel. In fact, on the Wikipedia page for INNER SANCTUM, there is no mention of this later film at all. So, okay... I'll count it as a 7-picture series now that I've scored this poster...leaving me with 5 more posters (CALLING DR. DEATH, STRANGE CONFESSION, DEAD MAN'S EYES, WEIRD WOMAN, and PILLOW OF DEATH) left to track down... Whoopie...



That's it for now. I hope you'll come back and visit again. It's always a pleasure having you.
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« Reply #1637 on: February 26, 2021, 02:33:12 PM »
As a huge Jaws fan I've thought about that Gums poster but have never pulled the trigger.

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« Reply #1638 on: February 26, 2021, 05:59:35 PM »
That Suspiria is great.  I remember seeing it years ago and forgot about it.  You reminded me of it, so I went to look for one on Ebay, but they're all folded and somewhat damaged with pinholes and tears.  I want a rolled mint copy, so I guess I'll have to wait.  But I like it a lot,

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eric160634:  The JAWS spoof element was the only reason I bought this poster (again). As I said, the original poster I got had a small bit o' missing paper. Scroll back a page and look down at the at the bottom of the drawn water....almost directly below the right porthole. It was photographed against a white background, so it is hard to see the missing piece. But the missing bit of paper annoys the crap out of me. If you are in the US and want that defective poster, message me and I'll send it to you---FREE! Cheers--and welcome to APF if I haven't welcomed you already.

Thierry:  Every time you appear on my thread, I am utterly surprised. But hey--welcome and I am thrilled that you like the SUSPIRIA video poster. I forget that despite the fact that we have different tastes, you do sometimes dig the occasional classic horror flick now and again. Delighted to see you here. CHEERS!
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Thierry:  Every time you appear on my thread, I am utterly surprised. But hey--welcome and I am thrilled that you like the SUSPIRIA video poster. I forget that despite the fact that we have different tastes, you do sometimes dig the occasional classic horror flick now and again. Delighted to see you here. CHEERS!

For sure, we don't collect the same stuff hahaha.  But I always check your new acquisition (because it's always fun to see what other people collect), and if I see something I like, I mention it.  Thanks for the cheers!!!

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Hey Monster!

What the heck! Is that a foreskin pirate popping out of Cowboy Gums front holster?!

Just what did those whales tell that alien probe in Star Trek IV?

Good ole Pupi Avati really knows a good sewer corpse, eh?!

From Beyond: Go back! Go Back!

Two weeks of The Force! Wookie chess marathon!

Plus, Mondo Bava!!! B-movie mucho!

I love the smell of ape bomb in the morning!

Suspiria: Well, doggone.  It really is "that" Joan Bennett.

Monster delivers a stone litho Hotel Reserve?! Go RKO!

Do I detect some German Expressionism in your Sanctum?

Yeeeaaaaa, Monster!

Okie