7 Best Horror Movie Posters

Good horror movie posters are few and far between but it hasn’t always been like that. You see, back in the 80s, the golden era of horror was in full force but nowadays, the horror genre has really died down a lot. With all the remakes and “re-imaginings” out there, it’s really tough to find an original horror movie let alone good horror movie posters. That’s where we come in though. We’ve compiled a list of 7 of the best horror movie posters that we’ve seen in recent years that will not only look good on your wall but are great additions to your horror collection. Another cool thing about our list is the fact that you won’t be expecting to see some of the horror movie posters that we’ve included. Are you ready to take a look?

If so, scroll down and enjoy this list of the 7 best horror movie posters (in recent times).

Trick r’ Treat

Not only is this a great movie but it’s highly worthy of being on our list for the poster alone. It is a very fitting horror movie poster that sends a very clear message. This is a “Halloween” themed movie. For those of you that aren’t familiar with this film, it’s a horror anthology similar to The Creepshow that we know you will absolutely love. Even if you don’t, the poster to the film is well worth owning as well.

Trick-R-Treat
Trick r’ Treat

The Descent

This poster doesn’t necessarily give you a clear picture of what the film is about but it does give you something else. It gives you something unique and creative. That’s why we absolutely love this horror movie poster and it’s also why we assumed you would like it as well. Now, go add it to your collection.

The Descent
The Descent

Saw 3

Sure, the movie might not have been that great (it was probably the worst in the entire series) but we did like the poster enough to put it on our list. Many people may be reluctant to show off the poster to a film that they didn’t like but we’re not talking about the film. We’re talking about the poster which rocks!

Saw 3-09
Saw 3

Night of the Demons

Many of you may remember the original Night of the Demons film by Kevin Tenney from back in the 1980s. Yeah, we loved it too. While the remake didn’t spark up much interest from horror fans, the poster is worth mentioning and it even includes some very familiar faces (the actresses on the cover).

Night of the Demons
Saw 3

Seed

Uwe Boll isn’t really known for making horror movies (he’s known for making video game adaptions) but he really hit home with this one or at least with the poster he did. You don’t even have to watch SEED to appreciate this poster and due to its unpopularity, you can probably find this movie poster for cheap.

Seed
Seed

May

This film was considered to be a gem in the horror community and Robert Englund (you know, Freddy Krueger) even went as far as to say this was his favorite film at the time of its release. We like the poster and think it is absolutely beautiful. You may have trouble finding this one but it is worth the search.

May
May

Apollo 18

This is the newest horror movie poster on the list but that doesn’t make it any less collectable or watchable. We liked the film, we love the poster, and we think it should be in every horror fan’s collection. Best of all, because of how new the film is, you’ll have no trouble finding it!

apollo18poster
Apollo 18

So, there you have it. This concludes our list of the 7 best horror movie posters that we can think of in recent times. Hopefully you liked at least some of them and if so, share them with your friends. These posters won’t be hard to get your hands on if you search in the right places. Now, what are you waiting for? Get out there and get your hands on these unique, captivating horror movie posters. You certainly won’t regret it and after all, they will make nice additions to your already impressive horror collection.

If you liked this list, check out some of our other great lists such as 35 Movie Fonts That Are Free To Download, 30 Movie Posters of 2011, and 30 Best Movie Posters of 2010.

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