Assumptions are tricky beasts. A brief glance
at IMDb will tell you that Adam Wingard’s You’re Next was made in 2011, planting the idea that maybe it’s taken this long to reach cinemas because it’s not very good. Fear not. The release of Wingard’s brutally entertaining home invasion horror was delayed by the Lionsgate and Summit merger and not for any reasons of quality, or lack thereof. And having played pretty much every genre festival around in the past year or so, You’re Next stops by FrightFest on the
opening night before opening in UK cinemas on August 28th through Lionsgate. Thanks to an inspired turn from Sharni Vinson and some excellent genre-skewing by Wingard, it’s more than worth the wait.
On the surface, You’re Next looks like your conventional home invasion shocker. The family in question are the Davison clan, including matriarch Aubrey (horror cult icon Barbara Crampton, one of many genre nods), Drake (Joe Swanberg), Crispian (AJ Bowen) and
his new girlfriend Erin (Vinson). What starts off in mumblecore dysfunctional family drama quickly escalates into horror as a gang of killers invade in devastating fashion. The only problem is that they didn’t count on one prospective victim showcasing bloody
talents of their own.
So far, so fairly generic, but where You’re Next excels is with Wingard’s sharp knowledge of what we as an audience expect from a film of such ilk. The director – along with
regular scribe Simon Barrett – showcase an infectious verve for twisting convention, ensuring that while they throw the odd creaking open door in, you’re swiftly blindsided the next moment.
Case in point, if the film’s about-turn halfway through comes at the expense of actual scares in the final act, it is at least deliciously twisted enough to appeal to even the most critical of genre fans. Add to this Wingard
& Barrett’s penchant for pitch-black humour and inventive gore – you’ll never look at a blender the same way again – and you have an irresistible package. Much like The Cabin in the Woods, You’re Next might not be
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