10 Great Posters For Lesser-Known 60s Horror Movies

Continuing Rare Horror’s tradition of lists of awesome posters, here’s our choices for (some) of our favorite horror film posters from the 60s:

 

1. Burn, Witch, Burn! (1962)

Burn witch burn 1962

 

2. The Skull (1965)

The Skull 1968

 

3. The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (1968)

brainthatwouldntdie1966

 

4. These Are the Damned (1968)

these_are_the_damned_poster_02

 

5. The Deadly Bees (1966)

deadly_bees_poster_01

 

6. The Blancheville Monster (aka Horror, 1963)

the-blancheville-monster

7.  Queen of Blood (1966)

queen_of_blood_1966

 

8. Night Tide (1961)

night-tide-1961

 

9. The Human Duplicators (1965)

The Human Duplicators

 

10. Blood Bath (1966)

bloodbath-1966

 

14 thoughts on “10 Great Posters For Lesser-Known 60s Horror Movies

  1. Geek fact: Peter Wyngarde, a French-born British actor in Burn Witch Burn, played one of the many number twos in an episode of The Prisoner TV series. He was also arrested for uh…public indecency in 1975.

    These are amazing posters. Thanks very much.

  2. Took a look at the 70’s and 80’s as well and the art work grows with each decade. And, the combination of ladies of cleavage and monsters still remains a popular choice for posters.

  3. Night Tide is one of Dennis Hopper’s first movies … and he’s just as unintelligible there as he was in all of his other movies.

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