This Week in Posters: 10.30.13 HALLOWEEN EDITION!

Halloween is just one day away, and what better way to celebrate than with some horror-themed posters? Over the past few years, artists have been creating incredible screen print posters paying homage to classic horror movies, from Nosferatu to Shaun of the Dead, and it seems that horror posters are more popular than ever – Mondo’s beloved Universal Monsters series continues to celebrate Universal Studios’ classic monster movies, and a print of Ken Taylor’s 2012 poster for Halloween is going for over a grand on eBay. Kabooooom’s rounding up the best scary screen prints, just in time for your Halloween festivities!

Nosferatu by PopNoir, October 1999
A Nightmare on Elm Street by James Rheem Davis, March 2008
The Thing by Tyler Stout, April 2008
The Phantom of the Opera by Martin Ansin, October 2009
The Wolf Man by Martin Ansin, February 2010
The Evil Dead by Olly Moss, May 2010
The Bride of Frankenstein by Martin Ansin, June 2010
Let Me In by Olly Moss, October 2010
Dracula by Aaron Horkey & Vania Zouravliov, January 2011
28 Days Later (Variant) by Charlie Adlard & Jon Smith, October 2011
Dracula by Martin Ansin, December 2011
Gremlins by Ken Taylor, December 2011
King Kong by Laurent Durieux, May 2012
The Thing by Drew Struzan, June 2012
The Creature from the Black Lagoon by Francesco Francavilla, July 2012
Halloween by Ken Taylor, October 2012
Paranormal Activity 4 (Variant) by Jay Shaw, October 2012
Creature from the Black Lagoon by Ken Taylor, October 2012
Shaun of the Dead by Tyler Stout, August 2013
This Island, Earth by Francesco Francavilla, September 2013
The Wolf Man by Jason Edmiston, October 2013


About Isabel Hsu

Isabel is a film student, comic book lover, movie theater addict, Boston sports fanatic, poster print hoarder, and pop culture junkie. She's also probably shorter than you. Twitter: @isabelhsu_.

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