Classic Halloween Horror Shows

Posted on October 31, 2010 2:33 am

Trick-or-Treat! Happy Halloween, IMAOans™! In recognition of this cherished holiday, I have pulled some of my classic horror movie posters out of the vault and reposted them here on IMAO (for the first time) for your amusement. Have a happy, fun and safe holiday!

First up, from November 7, 2008…. the most horrifying story of all time. Thankfully, with your help, it’s two-year engagement is finally ending on Tuesday. Unfortunately, the damage inflicted by this ugly beast will take years to repair.

Next up, my 2009 Halloween Halloween Cavalcade of Horror

Sweet dreams! Muwahahahaha!!!

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13 Responses to “Classic Halloween Horror Shows”

  1. motopolitico says:

    may I post one or two of these to my Facebook profile, uncropped?

  2. seanmahair says:

    That was truly inspired. You sir are my Hero du jour.

  3. Critter says:

    epic goodness. :)

  4. Jimmy says:

    The movie “Halloween 2010″ has been delayed. A new movie is being released on Tuesday, Nov. 2, combining “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” with the “U.S. House of Horrors”. Surviving stars of the movie get to debut in the sequel: The (Potomac) Swamp Thing.

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  6. Frank M says:

    And then there’s the one starring Rev. Jeramiah Wright called, “Preacher from the Black Lagoon”.
    (Is that waaaycist??

  7. cmblake6 says:

    Pure awesomeness! BRAVO once more!

  8. MarkoMancuso says:

    Those, my friends, are no Microsoft Paint photoshops.

  9. seanmahair says:

    Of course there is the ever popular ” Be-hars Attacks”. or “American Politician in London” starring the Clintons or Stenny Todd staring Stenny Hoyer and Nancy Pelosi as the demon barber from Maryland and his co-hort in crime.

    So many ideas so little time.

  10. Crabby Old Bat says:

    I had to show my daughter proof that Helen Thomas really does look like that – she was not “zombie-fied” for the poster. And her looks are the least scary thing about her . . .

  11. storm1911 says:

    These are brillaint and funny. And true, too.

  12. Kris says:

    Wow. I have no words . . . but one: Genius

  13. Kris says:

    Just looked them over again – dayum. If only we could get the zombie Don La Fontaine to do the voice-overs.

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