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10 Great Juvenile Delinquent/Teen Exploitation Movie Posters

10 Great Juvenile Delinquent/Teen Exploitation Movie Posters

Ephemera, Featured Posts, Movies
You shrieked in terror at my gallery of vintage '80s horror movie posters... you gasped at my science fiction movie posters of the '50s... now tremble at this gallery of movie posters featuring juvenile delinquent/teen exploitation films of the '40s through the '70s! #1. Teen Age Thunder (1957) #2. Switchblade Sisters (1975) #3. Juvenile Jungle (1958) #4. Live Fast, Die Young (1958) #5. Youth Runs Wild (1944) #6. The Cool and the Crazy (1958) #7. Reform School Girl (1957) #8. Riot in Juvenile Prison (1959) #9. Untamed Youth (1957) #10. Girls Under 21 (1940)
20 Great Horror Movie Posters from the 1980s

20 Great Horror Movie Posters from the 1980s

Ephemera, Featured Posts, Movies
#1. Cheerleader Camp (1988) #2. April Fool's Day (1986) #3. Slaughter High (1986) #4. Blood Beach (1981) #5. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) #6. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) #7. Happy Birthday to Me (1981) #8. The Mutilator (1985) #9. The Evil Dead (1981) #10. Future-Kill (1985) #11. The Stuff (1985) #12. Friday the 13th (1980) #13. Fright Night (1985) #14. Day of the Dead (1985) #15. Mother's Day (1980) #16. The Fog (1980) #17. Trick or Treat (1986) #18. Berserker (1987) #19. The Gates of Hell (1983) #20. Hell Night (1981)
Retrotisements: Batman 1966 Movie Posters

Retrotisements: Batman 1966 Movie Posters

Movies, Retrotisements
Despite the tragic death of Heath Ledger, the intense ad campaign for The Dark Knight continues. Most of these ads reflect the rather dark and disturbing mood the film is sure to revel in. And for many Bat-fans, this is how it should be. 1966's full-length feature movie Batman is, at its core, a pretty dark and disturbing franchise about a kid whose parents are murdered and trains for years to become a high-tech vigilante. But it wasn't always this way. Despite the gritty origins of the character, ol' Bats had become a bit watered down by about the mid-1950s. This is due to a number of factors, but chief among them was the restrictions placed on all comics by establishment of the Comics Code Authority in 1954. The height of the character's neutering came about, however, with the 1966 de