Monday, November 25, 2013

Maniacal Movie Poster Monday #143!

Dracula vs Frankenstein  (Independent-International Pictures Corp, 1971)

One of the wildest paste-up jobs from Al Adamson - combining two or three partial movies into one incoherent but entertaining flick - with tiny amounts of linking material sprinkled in. Look fast for a cameo from Famous Monster of Filmland editor Forry J. Ackerman!

Double Exposure  (Crown International Pictures, 1983)

I just saw this recently on one of the now-ubiquitous Crown International DVD box sets. It's a credible cast stuck in a pretty dreary murder mystery. Kind of a cool poster though!

Breakout  (Columbia Pictures Corporation, 1975)

I've only seen parts of this flick - but it seemed to have something of a tongue in cheek air about it - a rarity for old Stone Face!

Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!


  1. That poster for "Double Exposure" is excellent. It must be hard to be a poster artist when some of your work goes to schlock movies.

  2. The poster is actually the best thing about "Double Exposure". A few ace kills and a weird twist ending, but overall more like a soap opera :)

  3. The poster for Double Exposure is the only thing drawing me into looking for a copy. Dreary, you say?

    1. Extremely dreary. Maynard agrees with me right above your comment, too.