We love nothing better than the thrills of a great horror movie – no hiding behind the sofa here! If you enjoy a good fright, why not embrace your love of horror and bring it to your walls with our terrifying selection of horror posters? From fine art prints to more contemporary pieces, we’ve got a truly chilling range. Creepy clowns, sharks, skeletons and zombies – they all make an appearance. So bring that thrilling atmosphere right out of the movies and celebrate horror in all its gory glory…
The scary side of life has inspired darkly beautiful works of art all through history. Painters, such as Hieronymus Bosch, are famous for depicting intricate horror scenes filled with gruesome characters. Try one of Bosch’s masterpieces like ‘Garden of Earthly Delights’ for horror with a touch of class. Another historic piece with bags of style is Gustave Doré’s black-and-white portrayal of ‘Dante’s Inferno’. Hang this is your living room to create a beautiful sense of drama. Moving into the more modern horror posters, we love the brooding darkness of ‘Death Valley’ and the sinuous power of the ‘Black Panther’ or ‘Demon Wolf’, proving you don’t have to choose a gory scene to get that horror tension.
Many of our favourite horror moments come from the movies. Take a trip down memory lane and relive the classics by choosing retro horror posters from one of your most-loved movies. The full moon in ‘Sleepy hollow heads will roll movie inspired art print’ has a stillness and beauty to it, while the iconic ‘Horror of Dracula’ poster has a vintage charm that has lasted through the years. Or why not bring some humour to your horror with our range of baby-faced movie villain posters? From Frankenstein to Jaws, you can find your favourite movie posters brought to life by a baby.
Our range of materials reflects the range of styles you’ll find in our horror posters collection. Matching your print to the right material can make all the difference to the final effect. Traditional artworks gain an extra level of gravitas when mounted on stretched cotton canvas and shadow framed, while vivid contemporary pieces look great on slender Alu-Dibond or acrylic glass. Or keep your movie poster looking authentic by printing it on good old-fashioned poster paper!