You're Next' 2013 R CC

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The Davisons' family reunion goes awry when their home comes under siege by a mask-wearing team of crossbow-bearing assailants.

Starring:
Sharni Vinson, Nicholas Tucci
Runtime:
1 hour 35 minutes

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You're Next'

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Adam Wingard
Starring Sharni Vinson, Nicholas Tucci
Supporting actors Wendy Glenn, AJ Bowen, Joe Swanberg, Margaret Laney, Amy Seimetz, Ti West, Rob Moran, Barbara Crampton, L.C. Holt, Simon Barrett, Lane Hughes, Kate Lyn Sheil, Larry Fessenden, Calvin Reeder
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Great movie very suspenseful.
mcnack90806
Do people realize when they are making films like this just how bad they are?
JIM ALLEN JRA
You're Next is one of the best recent "horror" movies I've seen lately.
L. Goff

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52 of 61 people found the following review helpful By alyssa on November 22, 2013
Format: DVD
This movie is truly one of a kind! For everyone that hated it - watch it again with the mindset that it is a horror/COMEDY and you'll change your tune! I was confused at first, but seeing this movie was one of the funnest movie experiences I've ever had! One of the best parts was quoting the movie afterwards. Lines that seemed ridiculous at the time, are now one of the main reasons I'm buying this DVD.

This movie had everything I wanted as a fan of the horror/comedy genre: originality, satire of cliche home invasion movies, great lines, and best of all - crazy, over the top, unique ways of killing someone.
You gotta love it.
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32 of 39 people found the following review helpful By M. Oleson TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 24, 2013
Format: DVD
Note: This is a theatrical review and there may be spoilers.

In what continues to be a darn good year for horror films, add this Adam Wingard chiller to the list. Those looking for a traditional home invasion slaughter-fest should be satisfied but really that's being somewhat myopic.

Wingard invites several of his director/writer/producer buddies to have significant roles in the film. Most prominent is Joe Swanberg as Drake, one of 4 siblings invited, along with their significant others, to their wealthy parents second home for their 35th wedding anniversary. Along with Drake and girlfriend Kelly (Margaret Laney) are brothers Crispian (AJ Bowen), a college professor and his former student now girlfriend Erin (Sharni Vinson), and Felix (Nicholas Tucci) and his goth-girl Zee (Wendy Glenn). There is one sister, Aimee (Amy Seimetz) and boyfriend Tariq (horror filmmaker Ti West).

You don't have to wait around long for things to get interesting. We see a couple neighbors "down the road" get wacked for no apparent reason. Maybe practice. The home invaders all wear animal masks, for reasons not clear for most of the film. Family and friends begins to drop one by one with a variety of unusual weapons. No guns around which is ironic as the father, Paul (Rob Moran) is a retired defense contractor.

The emotional reactions seem to be mostly screaming hysterically or in dazed confusion. Erin, for reasons explained midway through the film, isn't one to sit around and wait to be executed however. Using some ingrained Australian survival skills and common smarts, she refuses to be a victim. There are some interesting twists that make this film different from most of its ilk.
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29 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Route66Review on December 27, 2013
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My new favorite horror movie. Brutal,Vicious and unexpectedly Cunning wrapped in an airtight horror bag of a death Burrito. A movie reminiscent of the good old days of hack them up and send them home movies. If you're a true fan of horror - you will savor every bit of this movie. Best advice. Buy two bottles of steak sauce for this one.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By bugman on March 17, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
i found the over-saturation of previews for you're next to be tiresome, and was not particularly drawn to it. then a friend highly recommended it, so he, my brother, and i set down to watch it.

instantly, I was drawn in. earlier in the day, while heading out to a budhist temple in the country, my family drove through super affluent, mansion-riddled neighborhoods and i started fixating on the notion of a horror movie set in such an enclave. the opening shots of this movie are gorgeous, establishing the setting, and letting us know exactly what our victims are like. a typical bickering, dysfunctional, rich family gathers to celebrate their parents' anniversary, bringing together the children and their various romantic partners. one brother establishes himself as the alpha bully, systematically targeting his sibling's boyfriends and girlfriends about their careers and life choices. and then...

BOOM!

when this movie get's rolling, it's like a breath of fresh air. instead of spending 40 banal minutes getting a rote intro to the characters and their relationships, you're next lets us get to know them while they are under assault, unseen, unknown, unexpected. quickly, the family begins to show its' true stripes, the cowards cowering, and the heroes rising. the family scrambles to escape, survive, and prepare. it is in the films first arc, that you're next is thoroughly disturbing and unsettling; the bf's and gf's don't engender too much sympathy, but watching family members weep over their loved ones is excruciating, particularly one death early on that shows that this movie is serious about its' mission: to be uncompromising.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Shauna Miller on January 12, 2014
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When it comes to horror fans, people either love or hate the home invasion sub genre. I myself am a fan, so take that into account.

I found the film to be chilling, but with some dark humor. The main character, Erin, was refreshing because A.) she was a woman who wasn't a Scream Queen and B.) she fought back. While there were some moments that were predictable, the final twist had me gasping then chuckling. We see not only an unusual twist in a horror film, but some dark humor and Erin kicking butt as well. This was a film that stayed with me for quite a while after watching. It has more realistic characters and poked fun at typical horror stereotypes.
All in all, it's a good night in with a home invasion horror flick that is a new take on the sub genre. I would definitely recommend You're Next.
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