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I know what you're thinking, but this isn't a poster supporting the short lived CBS Jason Bigg's comedy "Mad Love." It's actually a movie poster from the 1935 film of the same name.

When a young college girl is pressured by her college professor (played by Christopher Lee) to visit a New England town to research witchcraft, she finds that the town is inhabited by a coven of witches and they need to sacrifice a virgin every year in order to keep a reincarnated witch alive.

Nothing more enticing than a scantily clad lady lying across what appears to be a dinner table, am I right?! With that being said, I'm sure you'll agree that the movie poster for 1972's "Terror at Red Wolf Inn" is enough to peak any horror fan's interest.

Drew Barrymore made her film debut in Ken Russell's 1980 film, "Altered States." This sci fi thriller delves deep into the sensory deprivation research that is conducted by a scientist in isolation tanks, while being under the influence of mind altering drugs such as LSD.

What do you get when you mix thirteen women who are old college friends and sorority sisters? Depending on how dirty your mind is, the answer could easily be the plot to any number of porn flicks.

Some of the best horror movie posters are the ones that come from the monster movies of the 50's and 60's.

More often than not, 70's era exploitation films produced some really great, alluring posters when in reality the actual movies were pretty weak. Such is the case with "Trip With The Teacher", which centers around four teen girls who take a trip... with their teacher.

Beverly Sutphin is just your typical suburban housewife. She's a loving wife and mother, a PTA member, and oh yes, a rage filled killer. Mrs. Sutphin is very protective of her family and if you don't live up to her standards of perfection then... well I'm sorry, but you're dead.

"Alice, Sweet Alice" is one of those films that manages to still be genuinely disturbing more than thirty years after it's release. When young Karen (Shields) is murdered on the day of her first communion, her sister Alice becomes the prime suspect.

When Miss Giddens (Deborah Kerr) accepts a governess job to look after a wealthy bachelor's niece and nephew, she begins to suspect that the children are being haunted by spirits who are causing them to act out.