Another Eerie New Poster for 'We Need to Talk About Kevin' Arrives

October 26, 2011
Source: HitFix

We Need to Talk About Kevin

Mommy's little monster. The imagery, and specifically posters, released for Lynne Ramsay's unsettling, dark, eerie, chilling new film We Need to Talk About Kevin have all been very creepy, in a twisted sort of visual way, but that's why I love them. There was that Rosemary's Baby-esque one, and the stylized but creepy UK one, along with some others. HitFix has just debuted the latest poster and it's definitely got an eerie touch to it as well, but that's the exact atmosphere and feeling of the film captured. We're still waiting to see the official US trailer, in the meantime here's another creepy Tilda Swinton look. See it in full below.

We Need to Talk About Kevin stars Tilda Swinton, John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller as their son Kevin. Our own Tim & Jeremy gave the film rave reviews at Fantastic Fest as well. A film to keep an eye on this fall!

We Need to Talk About Kevin Poster

A suspenseful and psychologically gripping exploration into a parent (Tilda Swinton) dealing with her child doing the unthinkable. The mother of a teenage boy (Ezra Miller) who went on a high school killing spree, tries to cope with her overwhelming grief and the feelings of responsibility for her child's actions.

We Need to Talk About Kevin is the third film by BAFTA nominated Scottish filmmaker Lynne Ramsay, of the features Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar previously. The screenplay was co-written by Lynne Ramsay and Rory Kinnear, adapted from Lionel Shriver's 2003 novel of the same name. This first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, and Oscilloscope Labs is distributing in the U.S. We Need to Talk About Kevin is set for a limited awards opening starting December 2nd this holiday season. Stay tuned for an official trailer!

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LOVE this poster!

Marvin on Oct 26, 2011


A commendable addition to a string of posters where a powerful gaze beneath a mountain of partially-concealed faces with distracted sights breaks the fourth wall...

Regio on Oct 26, 2011


Now that's a striking poster. The colour together with the composition really conveys the mood of the film.

Crockett on Oct 26, 2011


very nice, i think ill see this in the theater.

happy camper on Oct 27, 2011

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