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Plot: When the Davison family comes under attack during their wedding anniversary getaway, the gang of mysterious killers soon learns that one of victims harbors a secret talent for fighting back. Runtime: 95 mins Release Date: 22 Nov 2012
Your Next Movie Should Be You're Next (by douglaswicker)
I've been tracking this movie for a couple of years now and eagerly awaited it's arrival. Thankfully I was fortunate enough to see an advanced screening. You're Next surpassed every conceivable expectation I had for it. Equal parts humorous as it is brutal, the overall execution was pitch perfect. The story beats were timed impeccably and the characters were very diverse while feeling consistent within the tone of the film. All of the buzz about Sharni Vinson is worthy. She grabs and runs with it. Wingard and Barrett have grown immeasurably as filmmakers, even from A Horrible Way <more>
to Die to this. They are talents that you should keep your eyes on in the future.
When Paul Rob Moran and Aubrey Barbara Crampton invite their children AJ Bowen, Joe Swanberg, Amy Seimetz, and Nicholas Tucci , along with their children's significant others Sharni Vinson, Wendy Glenn, Margaret Laney, and Ti West to their secluded family home for their anniversary party, things don't go as planned. As the festivities begin, the group starts to find themselves hunted by a group of prowlers wearing animal masks. One by one, each member of the party falls victim to their attackers. Who will survive the night when the animals come out to prowl?Prior to going into <more>
this I heard nothing but hype about it. At first glance it really didn't seem like it was going to be anything special. But it was a slasher so I wanted to keep a little positivity about it. When I finally saw it, I was having pure fun all the way through. And when it was over I immediately wanted to see it again. You're Next is hands down the best slasher film I've seen since Scream. It has so many of the elements in it that I love about slashers and Scream itself. We are given a diverse group of characters that are all very interesting in their own way. Among the characters we are given plenty of fun, laughs, really great and gory kills, and most of all, an AMAZING Final Girl. I would definitely consider her the best Final Girl since Neve Campbell in Scream. She brings nothing but pure wit, intelligence, and a very tough girl attitude. P.S., there is a song in this film that plays throughout. It WILL stick with you to the point where you want to download it right away when you get home.
The best slasher film in years. (by horrornightscriber)
You're next is one of the bets film of the year and one of the best slasher films in many years. wend i was loosing my hope in the slasher genre this amazing film come along. The director did a great job in incorporating the 80's slasher tone to it. The music of the film is amazing. it had some great scares. Most of the killings are very original and in your face. The story in solid and with twists. The cast is perfect for each role. The ending in very surprising. This film is an absolutely brilliant film.sadly the film was sell like a home invasion film thing that is not. If you want <more>
to watch a great movie you need to watch YOU'RE NEXT.
"You're Next" is a home invasion/survival film in the vein of "Funny Games", "The Strangers" or again "The Last House on the Left". As in the latter cited, you'll find here the usual bunch of people being assaulted by strangers in a remote house. In that "You're Next" brings no novelty, bu does a great job at delivering the great tension and suspense associated with this specific genre of horror. Where the film truly excels, is that it adds some really clever elements of crime and comedy to the genre, making it really unique. The <more>
film does a fantastic job at giving you true/false hints about who could be involved in the invasion; and you really spend an hour wondering if it's true and who could it be, just like in these great Italian giallo. Second, the film, which starts on a serious tone, gradually and subtly incorporates comedy elements in it. Towards the end it is hilarious, but never overrated or absurd, keeping the film on the horror track at all time. There is also great deal of gore in the film, and gore-hounds will find their lot of brutal kills. The main actress, and the character she plays, also needs to be mentioned for she is, at the image of the movie, a real bad-ass! You're Next is both true to the genre and innovative. The balance between horror, crime and comedy is perfect. A great surprise and amongst the best 2013's film so far.
Good slasher with a few welcome surprises (by 851222)
Greetings from Lithuania."You're Next" 2011 is more close to "Scream" then "Friday The 13th". It's a very well made horror slasher, which thinks a bit out of the box. It has some nice surprises along the way, and is involving from start till finish.Overall, "You're Next" doesn't digs really deep into a new ground, but it has some surprises barely seen in others genre's flicks. Acting is nice, directing is very solid, and script good. Sure, it's not a very great flick, but at running time 1 h 30 min it barely drags and tense. If <more>
you like this genre, you will sure like "You're Next".
Surprise of the day! You're Next is effective, gruesome, wickedly funny and twisted. I had a blast with this. It's not that original, but the way it plays with certain expectations is pretty refreshing, and the whole set up and the way the rampage starts is pretty fantastic. While it never takes on a full-on comedic tone like other horror films, it still takes great pleasure in giving the audience the most simple type of satisfaction. That's not saying it's not gory, because it is, and it's quite brutal. The actors are all pretty appropriate considering the tone of the <more>
film, and the twists manage to work. The ending also works in spite of itself. This is highly recommended, perhaps even better than The Conjuring.
More accomplished and satisfying than one might expect. (by m-a-elsewhere)
YOU'RE NEXT is, unabashedly, yet another "nuclear family and/or rich yuppies besieged by masked psycho killers at vacation home" slasher, right down to the obligatory "last girl" element. But while the movie's schema is completely typical, its execution—smart script, decent cast, solid direction by Adam Wingard—is exemplary.The major detail YOU'RE NEXT gets right is to provide actual motivation for both the villains' kill spree and for the heroine's ability to survive the abattoir other than being yet another innocent virgin with gumption . This <more>
alone is enough to place the film at the pinnacle of its sub-genre. Moreover, director Wingard and screenwriter Simon Bennett demonstrate a talent for side-stepping annoying clichés. The assembled victims numbers ten instead of the usual half-dozen, with not one idiot teen in the lot; the squealing, screaming, helpless characters are winnowed out with audience-considerate dispatch so the more fit and bright can make the best of their situation. Meanwhile, refreshingly, the murderers are NOT portrayed as unstoppable killing machines until the final ten minutes: one even gets short of breath and needs a time- out! The pacing and shock effects are crisp; the moments of black comedy are sparingly, intelligently planted. All told, far more accomplished and satisfying than a genre fan has any right to expect.
You're Next is directed by Adam Wingard and written by Simon Barrett. It stars Sharni Vinson, Nicholas Tucci, Wendy Glenn, A.J. Bowen and Joe Swanberg. Music is by Mads Heldtberg and cinematography by Andrew Palermo.The Davison family and partners meet up for a family reunion at a remote holiday home and quickly find that their inner issues are the least of their worries.The splinter of horror that encompasses home invasion, that most terrifying of subject matters, has had enough filmic entries to actually fill a house! So when another one comes along with good hype and a promise of <more>
reinvigorating the formula, it's cause for horror film fans to start salivating.You're Next doesn't reinvent anything, but it consistently and confidently keeps the formula well oiled and proves to be one of the better films of its type. The set up is standard, a big old country house in the woods, a whole bunch of likable and dislikable people, and of course some outside assailants about to unleash hell on everyone in the house. Refreshingly this is not a roll call of pretty teenagers being stalked and slashed, this is an assorted bunch, young and old, all shapes and sizes, and the family bickering that precedes the carnage is a smart move, because once family members start getting killed there's a genuine sense of grief and regret coursing through those yet to be sliced and diced.It's nice to find that Wingard has great respect for his target audience, he's made a film for fans of the sub-genre and inserted a darkly comic streak that pays off royally. It's often very nudge nudge and wink winkery, but always in the right places. The director also proves to have a devilish eye for a murder scene, with some of the killings here high grade in blood, physicality and originality. Elsewhere the makers give us a great heroine, a truly resourceful gal that fights back with a ferocity that's both sexy and frightening, and while the revelation of why these events are happening is hardly original – or that the back story given for our heroine's skills is just silly – Wingard plonks it all together with such bloody verve it hardly matters.Some less than good acting from a couple of the cast, and the overuse of shaky-cam stops it from going through the roof out into the genius stratosphere, but this is a cracker of a home invasion horror and well worth a night in with the lights off and the volume tuned up loud. 8/10
I just saw You're Next at L.A. Film Fest and it was a blast. Had tons of fun and an amazing crowd. It's Home Invasion, which means Home Alone meets the ending of Straw Dogs. Does it reinvent the genre with a new twist? Possibly. It's definitely a fresh look at the genre. It's starts of pretty serious but transitions to humor and its smooth sailing from there on. Regardless, you're in for a real treat. Sure there is lots of violence and some actors outweigh others in the talent department but that's what makes the movie unique and interesting. It definitely keeps you on <more>
the tip of your toes. If you love horror films you have to see this!!!