Dracula meets Sunny D in this 2008 advert: “Unleash the power of the sun”. Sunny Delight, marketed as SunnyD in some regions, is an orange-coloured drink developed by Doric Foods of Mount Dora, Florida in 1963. It was purchased by Procter &… Read More ›
Avoid the Horror is a January 2015 British advertising campaign by conference call provider Powwownow.com that focuses on the nightmare of commuting to work and travelling to meetings. The company is suggesting that rather than travelling to meetings, on often overcrowded… Read More ›
In 1985, British bank Abbey National advertised their Abbey Link cash/deposit machines with a slightly risqué advert that showed Count Dracula lusting after a young lady in a tavern with her cleavage on display. How could banks possibly be so immoral?
Open up your mind for everyone’s dissection and delectation! There is now a Facebook Group for Horrorpedia users/followers. Sign up and have your say about all things horror related! Post anything and everything about horror, sci-fi, cult and exploitation movies… Read More ›
Chewits is the brand name of a British chewy, cuboid-shaped, soft taffy sweet manufactured by Cloetta since 1965. Chewits have been available in a variety of increasingly exotic flavours since their inception. Chewits were first advertised on television in 1976. The original ads featured the ‘Monster Muncher’,… Read More ›
Public information films were a series of British government commissioned short films, shown during television advertising breaks. The US equivalent is the public service announcement (PSAs). The films were intended to advise the general public on what to do in a multitude of situations… Read More ›