For certain horror films, the posters used to market them can end up just as iconic as the films themselves. You can no doubt conjure up images of the posters for Halloween, Jaws and The Thing just by reading their names. The struggle for filmmakers and marketers alike comes when an iconic film turns into a full-fledged franchise. Whether it’s three films or thirteen, each entry needs its own poster to make a lasting impression. Test your knowledge of movie posters by placing ten famous horror films within their franchise.
In 1975, Steven Spielberg became a household name, “summer blockbusters” were born, and the water became paralyzingly terrifying for millions of people all because of Jaws. Since its release over 40 years ago, it has ⤇
The trailer is one of the most important parts of the cinematic experience, giving audiences a taste of what to expect and how to feel about the upcoming film. There’s an extremely thin line between ⤇
Thirty years ago, the horror genre saw the dawn of the slasher craze—films that introduced us to knife-wielding lunatics attacking people at random during appropriately themed holidays or even from within their victims’ own dreams. ⤇