007 8 1/2 8th San Francisco Film Festival A Star Is Born Balthazar Bette Davis Bullitt Dark Victory End of Summer F for Fake Gigi Goes To Pot Gimme Shelter Harold and Maude Heroin James Bond James Cagney La Piscine Live and Let Die Maitresse Mulholland Drive One Million Years B.C. Planet of the Apes Raiders of the Lost Ark Sid and Nancy Star Wars Suspiria The Marriage Manual The Night of the Hunter The Presbyterian Church Wager The Weird Love Makers Umbrellas of Cherbourg Whatever Happened to Baby JaneWe've just updated the site with 100 new vintage film posters for November - a good mix of returning favorites: HAROLD & MAUDE, STAR WARS. 8 1/2, WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE along with some exciting items that we've never offered before.
8 1/2 A Bigger Splash All About Eve All That Heaven Allows Andrei Tarkovsky Annie Hall Auntie Mame Being There Camelot Dawn of the Dead Funny Face Ghostbusters Gone With the Wind Grey Gardens High and Low Jules et Jim Lola Mudhoney One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest One Million Years B.C. Pickpocket Planet of the Apes Rear Window Scarface Star Wars Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Electronic Lover The Empire Strikes Back The Pink Panther To Kill a MockingbirdSeptember 2017 Original Vintage Movie Posters Dear Friends and Movie Lovers The Scary Season is nearly upon us. For Horror fans it came early: a cruel summer that saw the deaths of two of the genre's master directors: George Romero and Tobe Hooper. Hooper's TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE remains one of the most unrelentingly horrifying films ever made - despite the low budget and relative lack of gore (he said he was aiming for a PG rating!) And Romero... well, he practically invented the modern Zombie genre with NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD in 1968, and later created what may be...