Overall Rank: 6123
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 53
Theatrical Release Date: 08/23/2013
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 01/14/2014
Genre: Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Adam Wingard
Actors: Sharni Vinson, Ti West, Barbara Crampton, Joe Swanberg, Rob Moran, Kate Lyn Sheil
Plot: The Davison family is enjoying one of their family reunions when a gang of ax-wielding maniacs crash the get together. Yet a family member harboring a secret may prove to be their greatest asset... and the most dangerous killer of them all. -- Chris Kavan
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Gaston - wrote on 01/14/2014
Film que te atrapa al comienzo y se diluye hacia al el final. Buen guion, y puede transformarse tranquilamente en secuela o saga.
MikePA - wrote on 12/29/2013
What a fun movie. Indie filmmaker Adam Wingard's You're Next is a well-oiled thrill ride, darkly funny and brutal as hell. It's not the most well written or acted film ever, but it's directed with great flair. The film has a lot fun with itself as it introduces clever ideas and circumstances to the tired home-invasion genre. 3/4
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Chris Kavan - wrote on 01/03/2014
I'm not sure I admire the term "mumblegore" to describe the recent crop of indie horror directors including director of You're Next Adam Wingard (as well as frequent collaborators Ti West, Joe Swanberg, AJ Bowen and Amy Seimetz amongst others - all who appear in the film). I've tried to give West a shot - but I really didn't like either House of the Devil or The Innkeepers. However, I did enjoy both V/H/S (and its sequels) as well as the ABCs of Death (another short horror film collection). I wasn't sure where You're Next would fall - but luckily it came out on the good side of horror experience.
A lot of the credit for my enjoyment of You're Next lies squarely in the hands of lead actress Sharni Vinson - who gives a standout performance as the kick-ass female who turns the tables on …
Snoogans - wrote on 08/23/2013
I had been hearing hype about 'You're Next' for almost two years and now I have seen it for myself. While I don't think every bit of the film is praise worthy, I do think that many parts of it are. Once you bear through the initial been-there-done-that set up, complete with a few lame actors, the movie kicks into high gear after the first kill. From then on it becomes a bloody opus of survivalism and heroism. At about halfway in, a cool twist is revealed and I wasn't all to sure how the plot was going to unfold. There's a handful of 'gotcha' moments and some really creative scenarios/kills. Some of these moments made me gasp, laugh, or raise my fist in an approving manner. It's the kind of movie that literally improves with each minute of screen time. The experience is best left …
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