Artist Tommy St. James has created 10 minimalist posters that promote horror films using iconic props contained within. No words, no titles, no catchphrases, just images. The end result are fantastic posters that demand you take a second to think, recalling the film and the scene from which the props are taken. It’s a great way to pay homage to the films without giving away the answer right away.
St. James tells me that the posters were created using, “…a mix of photography, illustration, and digital media.” Continue reading for a gallery of these 10 incredible posters and see if you can figure them all out! Continue reading →
We’ve been dying to see The Babadook,for over a year now, and this Thanksgiving we’ll finally get our wish. In the meantime, we’re happy to bring you the new U.S. poster for the film, as well as a new, bone chilling clip!
The film about “a single mother, plagued by the violent death of her husband, battling with her son’s fear of a monster lurking in the house, but soon discovers a sinister presence all around her”, has been terrifying audiences since it’s debut at Sundance 2014. Continue reading →
Are you jonesin for a vampire/werewolf with a teen angst fix? You’re in luck because Hemlock Grove; the Netflix original from horror director Eli Roth is coming back on July 11th for season 2. Below you can check out the teaser poster and announcement trailer for season 2.
Executive Producer Eli Roth says Netflix supported them taking the series in a “dangerous direction” Continue reading →
The Spanish horror film Darker Than the Night (Mas negro que la noche) is showing off some 3-D footage at the upcoming Cannes.
In the comments is the official sales art and a whopping 18 pictures for the Henry Bedwell-directed pic in which “Greta inherits a huge mansion after her Aunt Ofelia’s death with the only condition of taking good care of her life companion, Becker, a cat. Greta moves in with three girl friends. One of the nights Becker suddenly dies. In consequence, their carelessness will unleash unexplainable events that will make them feel horror in their own skin.” Continue reading →
We’re all really excited about Kevin Smith’s newest venture into horror, with the film Tusk which follows a podcaster who sets out to interview an eccentric, reclusive old seafarer, only to find himself a plaything in the gruesome plot of a deranged killer. Today we bring you a new poster (left) for the film, done by Michael Scott Murphy. To say I NEED this is an understatement.