There was a hypnosis craze? Anyway, this 11x17 inches pressbook for Nightmare is well done. Good illustrations and color choices make it pop. Hypnosis would figure prominently in other mysteries that followed later, including episodes of television's Columbo and The Avengers.
Here's the UK pressbook for Hammer's Fear in the Night, with Peter Cushing, Ralph Bates, Judy Geeson, and Joan Collins. I like Peter Cushing's comment in the Press Features that he wanted to be a cowboy like Tom Mix.
Okay, I'm going to roast in hell for this one, but the contrast between the sex-sell and the horror-sell is too good to ignore. Feel free to add your own witty caption to this Mexican lobby card for (I believe) Zombie Holocaust.
Long time fiend from Zombos' Closet, Tony Rivers, often sighted prowling around the Classic Horror Film Board, strikes once again, with his pressbook scans for Jungle Captive, with Vicky Lane as the Ape Woman. The lobby ballyhoo and poster cut-outs must have been awesome to see.
While I try to find a better condition Mexican lobby card for Chabelo Y Pepito Contra Los Monstruos (1973), enjoy the monsterkid fun of this one. The movie looks pretty wild on a budget, and there's even a gorilla!