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Harvest Home - Tryon meticulously deconstructs the "back to the land" movment of the and Creepy.

"Vintage Horror Movies and Creep Shows are Still the Best" by Brenda Boomerina -  vintage ad creative commons - CLICK TO READ: http://boomerinas.com/2012/11/vintage-horror-movies-and-creep-shows-are-still-the-best/

"Vintage Horror Movies and Creep Shows are Still the Best" by Brenda Boomerina - vintage ad creative commons - CLICK TO READ: http://boomerinas.com/2012/11/vintage-horror-movies-and-creep-shows-are-still-the-best/

Low budget B-movies, exploitation films and slasher movies from the 50s, 60s & 70s have an iconic style that if often replicated by designers to pay tribute to this generation of cult film. Low quality print effects, dirt & grunge, hand brushed typography and plenty of blood splatters are all common features of this art …

20 Movie Posters in the Style of Vintage Horror Films

Low budget B-movies, exploitation films and slasher movies from the 50s, 60s & 70s have an iconic style that if often replicated by designers to pay tribute to this generation of cult film. Low quality print effects, dirt & grunge, hand brushed typography and plenty of blood splatters are all common features of this art …

James Whale's classic The Invisible Man features still-sharp special effects, loads of tension, a goofy sense of humor, and a memorable debut from Claude Rains. Rains, with his clear, sensitively inflected voice, was lucky: it made him a star.  James Whale's 1933 film plays more like a British folk comedy than a horror movie; it's full of the same deft character twists that made his Bride of Frankenstein a classic.{R****

James Whale's classic The Invisible Man features still-sharp special effects, loads of tension, a goofy sense of humor, and a memorable debut from Claude Rains. Rains, with his clear, sensitively inflected voice, was lucky: it made him a star. James Whale's 1933 film plays more like a British folk comedy than a horror movie; it's full of the same deft character twists that made his Bride of Frankenstein a classic.{R****

1960 classic sci-fi movie poster. H.G. Wells' first masterpiece (1895) adapted successfully into a film. An Englishman travels to the far future and finds that humanity has divided into two species, Eloi and Morlocks. JAN16

1960 classic sci-fi movie poster. H.G. Wells' first masterpiece (1895) adapted successfully into a film. An Englishman travels to the far future and finds that humanity has divided into two species, Eloi and Morlocks. JAN16

Things to Come (1936) is a British science fiction film written by H. G. Wells, produced by Alexander Korda and directed by William Cameron Menzies. The film stars Raymond Massey, Ralph Richardson, Cedric Hardwicke, Pearl Argyle and Margaretta Scott. The cultural historian Christopher Frayling calls Things to Come "a landmark in cinematic design."

Things to Come (1936)

Things to Come (1936) is a British science fiction film written by H. G. Wells, produced by Alexander Korda and directed by William Cameron Menzies. The film stars Raymond Massey, Ralph Richardson, Cedric Hardwicke, Pearl Argyle and Margaretta Scott. The cultural historian Christopher Frayling calls Things to Come "a landmark in cinematic design."

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