Las Vegas, NV, October 07, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- With Halloween just weeks away, MovieGoods has released its list of the “Top 100 Vampire Movie Posters” of all time. Featuring movie posters from films stretching across the decades, the list contains movie posters from classics like F.W. Murnau’s 1922 silent film “Nosferatu”, Bela Lugosi’s “Dracula” from 1933 to contemporary films like “Twilight” and “Let the Right One In”.
Today, movies target both domestic and international audiences. Some of the best vampire movie posters represent designs from around the world. The “Top 100 Vampire Movie Posters” include selections from France, Italy and Sweden to Thailand and Turkey. MovieGoods has included movie posters that are being seen in one place for the very first time. The number one poster might surprise most moviegoers.
“A great or familiar vampire movie doesn’t always mean a great movie poster,” said Bob McLauchlan, President and CEO of MovieGoods. “We have strived to compile a collection of great designs despite how popular the movie was through the years. Many of these movie posters can be considered great art in and of themselves”.
The list is currently available on the MovieGoods website and visitors are encouraged to rate the vampire movie posters and leave their feedback about the ratings.
MovieGoods has also included an “Honorable Mention” page where movie lovers can vote for posters that didn’t make the cut, like HBO’s True Blood poster.
MovieGoods is the market leader for movie posters and other movie-related consumer products. Based in Las Vegas, MovieGoods sells new and vintage movie posters, photos, and more. The company is also the leading destination for original studio posters and unique foreign and independent film posters. For more information about the company and available products, please visit http://www.moviegoods.com. You may also email MovieGoods at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (702) 382-7414.