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You're Next

Directed by Adam Wingard
United States, 2011


A family reunion spirals into a night of terror when mysterious assailants wearing animal masks lay siege against the clan in the new film by the director and writer of last year’s TIFF indie hit, A Horrible Way to Die.

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You're Next Directed by Adam Wingard
It’s true that You’re Next isn’t terribly stylish… nor is it really very clever: it doesn’t go for Cabin in the Woods-type post-modernism, commenting on its own generic slasher plot. As the film unfolds, however, one increasingly feels that Wingard and Co. know exactly what they’re doing, which is to find the elusive sweet-spot between (dry) comedy and horror and create a film that’s confident, pacy and unusually honest, almost retro in its no-frills directness.
November 04, 2013
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If the first half of the film is dark and relentless, then the second is a more slapstick affair, with loads of macabre jokes and a succession of devilishly inventive demises, albeit at the expense of narrative cohesion. With every revelation, each more ridiculous than the last, there’s a slight twinge of disappointment. You wish Wingard and his screenwriter Simon Barrett had been a touch more ambitious and a little less Scooby Doo.
August 28, 2013
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The movie, which Simon Barrett wrote, fails every test of logic. You can hear the eyes of a packed theater roll in unison once the reason for the invasion is revealed. Once we know, none of the film’s little horror ticks make sense, not the pre-invasion lurking of the masked men around the house, not the scrawling of the movie’s title on a wall in blood after Davison gets a machete to the head
August 23, 2013
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