Three New Posters for You’re Next

Jason McDonald

A plethora of teaser posters for Adam Wingard’s You’re Next have been released today.  Well, okay, not a plethora.  More like three posters.  Maybe one more would make it a plethora.  Hint hint. The posters below come by way of Collider, Blood-Digusting and Shock Till You Drop.

You’re Next is directed by Adam Wingard.  “When a gang of masked, ax-wielding murderers descend upon the Davison family reunion, the hapless victims seem trapped…until an unlikely guest of the family proves to be the most talented killer of all.”  The film opens August 23rd.

They’re delightfully creepy and I think I’ve double checked the lock on my door several times now because of them.  Between the early reviews and all the buzz surrounding this film, I couldn’t be more excited to see it.

Which reminds me: Don’t succumb to the hype machine.  I know horror fans get really whipped into a frenzy over certain movies, but let us temper that excitement and not build up unrealistic expectations that this movie can’t possibly live up too.

So often I hear fans say things like “Yeah, that movie was good, but it wasn’t what I expected.” Well, that’s because what you expected was built up by a marketing machine designed to get you hyped for the movie.  Which isn’t at all bad, it’s good and necessary to spread the word about a movie.  However, a large number of us seem to just get swept away by the hype and then don’t realize it until reality brings us crashing back down to Earth.

So with that being said, here are three posters to get you excited:

Youre Next Fox Youre Next Sheep Youre Next Tiger



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      1. Randy Brown March 23, 2013 at 3:09 am

        At least these posters could really be about just about anything. I think cool poster but I’ve seen a lot of good poster art and even more bad movies