Monday, June 15, 2009

Ghost Town posters

The Skeletal Spotlight shines this time on:
The poster art for Empire Studio's 1988 "Ghost Town."
(Click in images to view full-size.)

You've heard of the gunfighter called "The Man With No Name,"
now meet "The Man With No Flesh."


Something tells me that this town's Welcome Wagon is driven by the undertaker.

Awesome skele-centric artwork on these two posters! Worthy entries into the Sweet Skulls crypt of archives.

5 comments:

Eric De La Fuente said...

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Moodizzle said...

This is one really cool poster. Its almost as good as some of the ones Fangoria has made up for frightfest. I think my favorite is the Pig Hunt, with the monster pig standing over a pile of skulls.

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Bryan said...

Just saw Ghost Town last month and really enjoyed it. Was Frightfest at Comic-Con because I saw a table that had been giving out mini-posters? I think that Pig Hunt film was on it and Blockbuster was doing a rental deal of some sort.

Jack said...

Where can I get a copy of "Ghost Town?" This poster is so freaky looking. I saw something about these Frightfest films on Netflix. I think all 8 films are available.

download movies said...

This was a lot better than I expected. It's funny. Love Ricky Gervais's accent and his acting.