Movie posters are works of art, sure, but they’re also advertisements, ways to sell potential viewers on the idea of parting with some cash and a few hours of their time. Horror-movie posters have to sell the promise of scares, but the films they advertise don’t always live up to those promises.
  1. The Boogens (1981)
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  2. Prophecy (1979)
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  3. The Terror (1963)
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  4. Frogs (1972)
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  5. Squirm (1976)
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  6. Thinner (1996)
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  7. The Demon Lover (1976)
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  8. Dracula Vs. Frankenstein (1971)
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  9. Grizzly (1976)
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  10. It Conquered The World (1956)
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  11. The Legend Of Boggy Creek (1972)
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  12. Night Of The Lepus (1972)
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  13. Shriek Of The Mutilated (1974)
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