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You’re Next

YOU’RE NEXT was one of the most talked about horror films of 2013 from the new and critically acclaimed horror talent behind VHS, VHS2 and A Horrible Way to Die. Directed by Adam Wingard and written by Simon Barrett the film comes to DVD and Blu-ray 13th January 2014 with a whole host of fantastic extras including the making of documentary – No Ordinary Home Invasion. To mark its release, we have 3 DVDs to give away!

Starring Sharni Vinson (Bait, Step Up 3D) in her most kick-ass role to date, and one of the best horror performances in recent memory, the film is a must have for horror fans. Starring alongside Vinson are acclaimed filmmakers Joe Swanberg (Drinking Buddies, VHS) and Ti West (The ABC’s of Death, VHS) and horror/ cult favourite Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator, From Beyond).

‘You’re Next’ – a chilling warning scrawled in blood on a neighbour’s wall, starts an evening of bloody mayhem for the Davison family. A lively reunion is abruptly brought to an end when a gang of mysterious killers, disguised in animal masks, wage an all-out assault on the Davison’s secluded home. Using a series of sophisticated traps, axes, crossbows and machetes, the family are slaughtered one by one until nowhere is safe. But neither the attackers, nor their victims, have counted on Erin (Vinson); an innocent girlfriend who has the killer instinct to fight back…

You can pre-order the film now on Amazon.

You’re Next is on DVD & Blu-ray 13th January 2014

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