9 July 2013 10:36 PM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

 On the street I grew up on, there was an apartment complex that lined the back of our houses. I remember going there to look at these marquee-style movie posters that each stairwell of the complex would change monthly. A pretty neat idea, when you think about it, even though they usually ended up caked with graffiti. There were two I distinctly remember staring at, what it seemed like,were for hours.There was the laughable 1988 “killer electricity” film Pulse (starring Shock Treatment‘s Cliff De Young) and Lamberto Bava’s 1986 gorefest, Demons 2. The latter especially featured some really terrifying images on its glossy surface. In it’s center, was a green-faced boy baring a full mouth of gnarly jagged fangs and sporting glowing orange eyes like hot embers, the daunting silhouette of a zombified figure in an open doorway which illuminates a distorted image of a creature  that »

- Josh Soriano

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