We warned you that we’d be back in the theaters in 2021 and we were! The Scariest Things Podcast, spread all across the globe, represented well in theaters far and wide. We were up close and personal for Conjuring III, Halloween Kills, Malignant, Candyman, and many, many others.
Tag Archive for ‘Posters’
Movie Posters We Love: Amityville Horror (1979)
If you’re a regular listener to our little ol’ podcast you’ve probably heard us wax poetically about the (sadly) uneven implementation of one of the greatest horror plot lines of all time — the Amityville Horror. If you’re of a certain age Amityville and the Lutz family was all the talk. On the newsstands, in the classroom, at the water cooler. People were…um…obsessed…with this sad family and their demonic plight.
Movie Posters We Love: A Virgin Among the Living Dead (1973)
Whoa boy! A lot to unpack here. This Spanish-French erotic horror thriller (cuz’ there’s nothing more erotic than horror) was […]
Movie Posters We Love: Top 10 Movie Posters of 2018
It’s amazing to think that in a digital world that there can still be room (…sort of) for analog artifacts […]
Movie Posters We Love: I Kill Giants
A brand new poster for the young heroine’s journey has arrived! It’s Both Horror Movie News and Horror Movie Posters […]
Movie Posters We Love: Mary Mary Bloody Mary
OK…Not sure that I get it… is she the victim? Is she the monster? Anybody seen this one? The poster […]
Movie Posters we Love: Slither (2006)
If this doesn’t give you the heebie-jeebies, nothing will!
Movie Posters We Love: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Yeah, you know this one, don’t you?
Movie Posters We Love: Prophecy
Grrrrr! Mutant Bear! The Poster is Better than the Movie. Bearly. (HA!) I imagine the creation of this poster went […]
Movie Posters We Love: Pillow of Death
Oooooo! Scary Pillow!
Movie Posters We Love: THEM!
Run for your lives! Giant Ants! AAAAIIIEEEE!
Movie Posters We Love: Suspiria
A Fantastic Rendition of the Psychedelic Horror Classic
Movie Posters We Love: Cat People (1942)
Tagline says it all: Lovely Woman… Giant Killer Cat… The Same “Person”! It’s Super Sensational!