Hammer's on the comeback trail! Don't believe it? There's a Hammer film in theaters right this very second ('Let Me In'), there's another one right around the corner ('The Woman In Black' starring Daniel Radcliffe), and Titan Books is launching a jam-packed art book dedicated to the beloved British studio. Featuring over 300 images from private collections and studio archives, 'The Art of Hammer' details the history of the studio through its eye-popping movie posters. The book hits retailers November 2010, keeping the Halloween spirit alive all the way through the upcoming Holiday season.

Titan has offered up four exclusive images from 'The Art of Hammer.' For poster fans, there's the bosomy, lurid poster for 'Blood From the Mummy's Tomb' and the funky fresh kung-fu stylings of 'The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires' (aka 'Seven Brothers Meet Dracula'). They're both very cool, but even cooler are the two promotion-related pics -- a double-bill advertisement for 'Dracula, Prince of Darkness' and 'Plague of the Zombies,' and an amazing shot from 1958, of the Gaumont Cinema in London's Haymarket, decked out for the premiere of 'Dracula' (known in the States as 'The Horror of Dracula').

Theater marquees today just don't have the same flair, do they?