Creativespark's Little Print Shop of Horrors
- 'The Shining' — 'Maze' A visit to the hedge maze is a must for anyone staying at the Overlook Hotel.
- 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' — 'One, Two' A child's skipping rope dances around the words to the nursery rhyme from Wes Craven's 1984 slasher.
- 'Psycho' — 'Dirty Night' "Dirty night" are the first words uttered by Norman Bates in Hitchcock's classic horror.
- 'The Sixth Sense' — 'Eye for an Eye' Perhaps the most memorable line in recent cinema history, Haley Joel Osment's famous utterance is highlighted by a hint at another of the movie's iconic moments.
- 'Candyman' — 'Hook' The Candyman's famous hooked hand takes center stage in this typographic print.
'Death Proof' — 'Ladies'
'Death Proof' might not be Tarantino's finest moment, but Kurt Russell's parting dialogue sits beautifully above his "death-proof" car in this poster.