“Come for one night. Stay forever,” reads the slogan of a new retro-style official poster for the horror thriller Barbarian of the writer and director Zach Cregger.

With theatrical release set for next Friday, September 9, 2022 (in the United States), and September 15 in our country, 20th Century Studios and New Regency continue the good marketing campaign of the film, launching a wonderful retro poster that summarizes in an image the premise that warned us before: “Some stay for one night. Some stay for a week. Some never leave.” You can find the artwork at the end of the note.

If you are in the United States, you can pre-purchase tickets from the Fandango site. In Mexico, we have to wait a few more days to acquire them, since it will be released a week later than its domestic market.

The first criticisms of Barbarian came out during the week overwhelmingly favorable to the film that marks Cregger’s horror debut.

The film starring Georgina Campbellintroduces us to her character, Tess, a woman who after arriving at a rental house –AirBnB style– during a stormy night, will discover a secret door in the basement that will lead her to a real nightmare.

  • 20th Century Studios LA will distribute the film in Mexico and the rest of Latin America, with a confirmed release date of September 15.


“A young woman (Georgina Campbell) traveling to Detroit for a job interview books a rental house. But when she arrives late at night, she discovers that the house is double booked and a strange man (Bill Skarsgård) is already staying there. Against his better judgment, she decides to spend the night, but soon discovers that there is much more to fear than an unexpected guest.

Campbell (The Suspicion, Krypton), Bill Skarsgård (IT, Castle Rock)Justin Long (F is for Family, Jeepers Creepers)Matthew Patrick Davis (American Dad!), Richard Brake, Kurt Braunohlery Jaymes Butler make up the cast.

The feature film is produced by Roy Lee (producer of the horror franchise IT, The Ring, y The Grudge), and acquaintance of Skarsgård, who gave life to Pennywise in the aforementioned IT. Raphael Margules and JD Lifshitz are the other producers, with Skarsgård, Arnon Milchan, Michal Schaefer, Natalie Lehmann, Danny Chan, and Alex Lebovici serving as executive producers.

Retro Poster (via AMC Theatres):

Source: https://cine3.com/el-thriller-de-terror-barbarian-advierte-su-escalofriante-premisa-en-poster-retro/

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