Don't Settle for Just Another Boring Room.
Add a Touch of the Uncanny and Exciting with Horror Movie Posters!
Horror films bring supernatural or just plain evil characters to movie screens and homes every day. Monsters terrorizing cities, zombies come back to life, serial killers on the loose, vampires stalking the living, possessed children, aliens... the list doesn't end there. Horror movies range from curses to spirit and ghosts to mad scientists and humans living in the underbelly of society. What they all have in common is the way they make us jump out of our seats and cover our eyes (except for some of the B Movies which just make us laugh).
Scary movie posters are a great way to relive the excitement of the movies. Some posters show your favorite scene from a particular movie. Others focus on the characters that haunt us long after we leave the theater. Some have artwork that's conceptual, or even scarier than the movie itself. And some posters can be worth a lot of money. Original movie posters for classic horror films are collected by serious hobbyists all over the world. Collecting vintage movie posters can not only be fun, but it brings a piece of pop art into your own home.
Do you dare enter the world of horror movie posters?
Because horror movies are so diverse, there are endless possibilities for decorating your space with movie posters. You can buy a poster for your favorite new release and keep your room up-to-date.
Posters for movies like "28 Days Later" or "Saw 2" can add a bit of color, and horror, to your room. Japanese anime horror posters, like "Vampire Hunter D," often feature great artwork that can make your space more interesting. And people who like their walls to reflect something humorous can look no further than horror movie posters. A poster for "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" or Peter Jackson's over-the-top "Dead Alive" can remind you of the more amusing aspects of horror movies.
Classic movies of the 50s and 60s also have great posters that can give your room a fun but still creepy feeling. And if you prefer something more "arty," try posters from some of the foreign or earliest horror films. You can see great examples of Art Nouveau and Art Deco style. Collecting horror movie posters is a great way to personalize your space and remember all the fun of the movie theater.