Classic Horror Films - austinBLU this would make a great 12hour movie marathon popcorn not included

Some of the film posters from classic horror films, the classics are always important. The makeup on these films was revolutionary and nothing like it has been done before

House on Haunted Hill (1959) - A millionaire offers ten thousand dollars to five people who agree to be locked in a large, spooky, rented house overnight with he and his wife.

House on Haunted Hill (1959)

The Invisible Man - As a child, I so wanted to see this but my Mother feared I'd be too scared. She was right! the next day at school I kept having the feeling that an invariable person was following me.

The Invisible Man Mondo Poster Francesco Francavilla Ansin Moss Stout Universal

Elsa Lanchester l Bride of Frankenstein (1935)  Inspiration for Disney's Evil Queen in Snow White and her descent into her laboratory to create the poison apple.

The Bride of Frankenstein Elsa Lanchester was the inspiration for Disney's Evil Queen in Snow White and her descent into her laboratory to create the poison apple.

I saw this when I was six years old (that's right) and I think it's what hooked me on horror films.  This is a classic and scared the crap out of me forever.. Vincent Price was the king of horror films for me..

House of Wax (1953)

House of Wax - Directed by André De Toth. With Vincent Price, Frank Lovejoy, Phyllis Kirk, Carolyn Jones. An associate burns down a wax museum with the owner inside, but he survives only to become vengeful and murderous.

Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. The lead actress Janet Leigh later confided that her famous shower scene made her realize how vulnerable a woman was in a shower. To the end of her life, she always took baths. **Scan old photos & posters with Pic Scanner app** More on the shower: http://heavy.com/movies/get-your-gore-on/2010/10/cleansed-of-your-sins-ten-facts-about-the-shower-scene-of-alfred-hitchcocks-psycho

The lead actress Janet Leigh later confided that her famous shower scene made her realize how vulnerable a woman was in a shower. To the end of her life, she always took baths.

The Blob, 1958...of course, I was only 5 when I saw it. Scared the crap out of me!

10 Reasons To Love The Blobfish

Beware: The Blob is a 1958 sci-fi cult classic, starring a very young Steve McQueen.HD Wallpaper and background photos of The Blob for fans of Classic Science Fiction Films images.

Your Ultimate Horror Movie Calendar For October- Mark Your Calendars for these spooky movies dates

Your Ultimate Horror Movie Calendar For October

Loads of classics, and not for the weak! We're ten days in. kick it off on Friday the with some marathons! ------------------------- Your Ultimate Horror Movie Calendar For October- Mark Your Calendars for these spooky movies dates

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