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1963 - X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes: Beautiful colors and images that suggest the possibilities of the story without giving too much away.
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1972 - Horror Express: More lush colors with a very Dario Argento-type feel. What lurks on the Horror Express?
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1974 - Foxy Brown: When 1970s-era Pam Grier is in your movie, making a great poster is easy. All you need to do is show her being sexy and kicking ass. Mission accomplished.
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1974 - Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires: All right, what ISN'T going on in this poster? Silver axes and kung fu kicking Dracula in the face? How could anyone reasonably resist?
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1978 - Crippled Avengers: The colors and iconography are so eye-catching, you'd never be able to walk by without a sideways glance. Perfect composition.
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1978 - Piranha: Joe Dante riffs on the famous poster for Jaws by simply inserting his own predatory fish and ramping up the sexualization of the woman.
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1982 - Ator the Invincible (Ator the Fighting Eagle): The most shameless of all the Conan rip-offs, this Ator poster is gloriously fun-bad. It looks like a rejected 1990s Rob Liefeld comic illustration that some guy airbrushed onto the side of his van.
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1984 - C.H.U.D: A great perspective angle that would be straight-up stolen by the poster for the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live-action movie.
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1986 - Deadly Prey: I don't believe I need to explain why this one is amazingly fun-bad. It looks like the illustration for an NES Contra cartridge.
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2013 - Sharknado: Great B-movie posters are largely a thing of the past, but this one is undeniably great. "Enough said" is one of the most appropriate film taglines of all time.