Official Poster for The Last House on the Left Remake
The fact that I run so many movie posters should tell you that I really do love posters. Which is why I'm excited to feature this one today for Universal's The Last House on the Left remake, courtesy of ShockTillYouDrop. It's simple, it's sleek, I love the colors, I love the design, there's no need for faces or anything freaky, it's just a good looking poster. I'm actually really excited for this movie and I'm glad the poster didn't try too hard to be anything it shouldn't. If you haven't seen the trailer already, please watch it right now, and then come back and check out this poster. And let me know if you like it as much as I do?
The Last House on the Left is directed by Greek filmmaker Dennis Iliadis, of only a drama called Hardcore previously. The screenplay was written by first-timer Adam Alleca and veteran screenwriter Carl Ellsworth, of Red Eye, and Disturbia previously. The film is based on Wes Craven's controversial 1972 thriller of the same name. Universal is bringing The Last House on the Left to theaters on March 13th this year.
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
It really is a nice poster. Simple yet effective.
that guy on Feb 10, 2009
One of the more effective one-sheets I have seen in some time! I agree completely Alex!
Eric on Feb 10, 2009
That house looks like it's on the right...
The_Phantom on Feb 10, 2009
It could still be the last house on the left if you accentally went too far when you were driving by.
Tom Brazelton on Feb 10, 2009
What would I do if "bad people" hurt someone I love? As opposed to whom? Good People? Indifferent people? Girl Scouts selling cookies?
Dave on Feb 10, 2009
at #4... You do got a point there.
The_Phantom on Feb 11, 2009
#4 are you saying you DON'T love girl scouts? Cuz man they sell some good cookies. Also, this poster looks great. I love horror films, so I'm *really* sad that I'm in Japan while this runs in theatres. looks like a good big screen horror.
Stacia on Feb 11, 2009
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