One of my guilty pleasures from the world of 80’s horror was the movie Terror In The Aisles – a feature film documentary filled with a compilation of clips from some of your favorite horror movies that were released prior to this 1984 release date. Oh, and it was hosted by Donald Pleasence and Nancy Allen! It also sported a sweet poster to boot, and speaking of sweet…..check out this promotional rubber skull that I saw pop up on eBay:
I’m not even going to bother lying. I want that thing. Do I want it for $50 though? Therein lies the question going through my mind as I type this. Regardless of the price, it’s kind of a cool piece of 80’s horror history – and something that you could proudly display as well. It measures about 8″ X 5″ and looks to be in overall good condition. If you are interested in knowing more about this promotional rubber skull from Terror In The Aisles, then head on over HERE. If you haven’t seen the movie btw, I recommend it because it’s a good time and you get to see Donald Pleasance!
If I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: I love Taco Bell. Oops….wrong revelation. What I meant to say is that if you throw a skull up on a horror movie poster, more than likely I’m going to love that poster. So to no surprise, I loved the poster for the 1984 documentary, Terror In The Aisles:
Sure the tagline ‘It’s A Cute Above The Rest‘ is kind of cliche and cheesy. But who cares. Look at that skull! I love the simplicity of it and if you look close, you can see a ton of horror titles within the skull. For those who don’t know, Terror In The Aisles was a documentary that was surprisingly released in theaters in 1984. With commentary both on screen and off from genre vets Donald Pleasence and Nancy Allen, it was basically a walkthrough of horror movie history, featuring a lot of ‘best of’ clips. A huge guilty pleasure of mine, it was recently released as a special feature for the Halloween II Blu-ray release. Even though the focus is on the poster, I’ll leave you with a TV commercial promoting Terror In The Aisles, just to give you more of a nostalgia fix.