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  • Halloween movie film art is widely collectible as it appeals to not only cinema buffs but those who claim Halloween as their favorite holiday. Frequently filled with scary imagery, Halloween movie posters make for a wonderful gift to the cinema/holiday fan as well as a great addition to your own collection. If you are looking for a piece of Halloween movie art, look no further than Film/Art Gallery. We offer only original pieces with no reproductions. Here are just a few of our most popular posters in this genre.¬†



    Possession, released in 1981, chronicles the aftermath of the lead female actor demanding a divorce from her husband upon his return from a trip filled with espionage. With love triangles galor, murder, demonic creatures and a bit of everything else, Possession has achieved cult status after failing to register any acclaim during its initial release. Film/Art Gallery has several iterations of the movie poster, including a beautiful, original Italian movie poster depicting a Medusa style woman. 


    Halloween is widely revered as one of the greatest horror films ever created. The storyline of the main character, Michael Myers, from his murdering of an innocent teenage sister to his later escape from a mental institution, has spawned numberous sequels, video games and a comic book series. Film/Art Gallery is honored to offer a wonderful British movie poster depicting a screaming young woman in her car while an eerie hand presses up against the window. 


    Onibaba is a 1964 Japanese historical drama movie that focuses on two women who murder soldiers so they can sell the deceased possessions for profit. The movie is filled with wonderful Japanese imagery, and the movie posters are no different. We feature a black and white Yugoslavian movie poster that depicts a samurai mask above the movie’s title in red. 

    Dawn of the Dead

    Dawn of the Dead is the first sequel to Night of the Living Dead. Featuring artwork from Tom Chantrell, this movie poster is a beautiful piece of marketing for George Romero’s gory 1978 epic Halloween movie. Our beautiful British movie poster version shows an army of hungry zombies descending on New York City. This widely collectible piece of Halloween movie art is a wonderful piece for any collector.  


    Repulsion is one of Roman Polanski’s greatest films. Released in 1965, this British psychological thriller illustrates the mental demise of Carol, the lead character, who suffers from extreme hallucinations leading her to murder multiple people in her paranoid state. Film/Art Gallery offers a number of versions, including a beautiful Italian movie poster featuring a woman with fiery hair along with significant imagery from the film. 


    Film/Art Gallery has been trusted by collectors for years to help them find original, well-maintained movie posters. Offering a wide variety of posters in different genres, Film/Art Gallery is your go-to place for your Halloween film art. Contact us today to learn more.