Movie Poster Fridays: The House of the Devil (2009)

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Last time on Horror Movie Poster Fridays, I discussed the classic Gremlins and Gremlins 2: The New Batch. This time, we’re covering the best 70s horror film to be made in 2009.

The House of the Devil is full of rare traits for modern horror films: first of all, it’s shot on 16mm film to emulate the look of 1970s horror which is a genius decision. It also takes a slower approach to the story to build tension and dread. With a budget of just under $1 million, Ti West accomplishes something that lots of big budget films don’t. The beautiful style and effortlessly likable characters (fan favorite Megan comes to mind) make this little gem my favorite horror movie of the 2000s.

Today, I’m going over some of the beautiful posters this film has (whether official or unofficial).

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Art credit: Robert Armstrong

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Art credit: Thomas Hodge

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Check back next time for an all new Horror Movie Poster Fridays.

–Noah Nicholas Nelson