Vintage Horror Marketing

Tomb of the Blind Dead

Death by Party | “Tomb of the Blind Dead” Barf Bag

Long before the shitty marketing of today, movies went the extra creative mile to get their point across.  There were no epic TV commercials, in fact for what it cost to produce a commercial for a film today. most movies were being made on the same budget back in the “olden” days.

This is a great example of early marketing that you don’t see much of today.  This is a barf bag that was being used to promote the early  Spanish horror flick “Tomb of the Blind Dead“, better known as “La Noche del terror ciego” (Night of the Blind Dead).  The film was written and directed by  Amando de Ossario in 1971.

-Acid Squid

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