Hand-painted Ghanaian movie posters are very creative…and often more interesting than official film posters. However, in some cases it is obvious the painter knows little about the movie he’s making the poster for. Here are 12 of the most hilariously obvious examples of this. 1. Child’s Play. I don’t remember this movie having jungles… Read More
Horror gaming is a pretty vast category, particularly when you consider all video games, and not just those you can play on popular consoles. But with so many titles out there, it can be easy for some pretty enjoyable (and spooky) games to slip through the cracks. So in the interest of providing fellow horror fanatics with… Read More
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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) 2. The Skull (1965) 3. The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (1968) 4. These Are the Damned (1968) 5. The Deadly Bees (1966)… Read More
The forgotten 1983 effort of Pete Walker (director of “Frightmare” and “House of Whipcord,” among others) promises horrific treasures with its tagline: “Room for every nightmare…A nightmare in every room.” The gorgeous poster art is equally promising, giving us great hope for a long overdue horror ensemble cast of film legends John Carradine, Christopher Lee, Peter… Read More
While the Spanish produced “Horror Express” is a film that started out as a guilty pleasure, that spark of enjoyment has since grown into appreciating it as true classic of the early 70s. True horror fans will need little to take a ride on the “Horror Express” beyond the colorful Blu-ray box art and the… Read More