Go for the Cute Girl’s Ass, Stay for the Horror Movie

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The tagline on the latest poster for David Goyer’s “Unborn” horror movie reads: “Evil Will Do Anything to Live”. Apparently the producers of “Unborn” will do anything to sell the movie, including putting the attractive female lead’s panty-clad ass cheeks on the same poster. Mind you, not that I’m complaining, but I thought it was amusing. We haven’t seen this kind of obvious T&A pandering to the genre fanboys in a horror movie poster since the ’80s, when every teen slasher had a similar, artist-drawn poster. What is David Goyer and company trying to tell us here? That “Unborn” is a horror movie in the vein of its ’80s brethren? Okay, sure, let’s go with that one.

The story follows Casey (Yustman) as she begins to experience strange happenings and general madness that may be supernatural in origin. The Unborn also stars Cam Gigandet, Gary Oldman, Meagan Good, Idris Elba and Carla Gugino.

Poster and Odette Yustman’s panty-clad butt courtesy of Empire Online. The cheeks open — er, I mean, the film opens February 27, 2009.

more “The Unborn” images at our movie gallery

Author: Nix

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  • Michael

    I find it funny that the title of this article resembles just about every other website’s title for this particular news scoop. Can we say, copy cat?

    • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Nix

      Well, er, it’s kind of obvious, right? What’s a blogger gonna do, go for the standard and dull, “New Unborn poster!” or go for the funnier one making fun of the poster’s obvious intentions? And ‘sides, we movie blog writers are just brilliant, and you know what they say about brilliant minds…

    • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Nix

      Well, er, it’s kind of obvious, right? What’s a blogger gonna do, go for the standard and dull, “New Unborn poster!” or go for the funnier one making fun of the poster’s obvious intentions? And ‘sides, we movie blog writers are just brilliant, and you know what they say about brilliant minds…

  • Michael

    I find it funny that the title of this article resembles just about every other website’s title for this particular news scoop. Can we say, copy cat?

  • Michael

    I find it funny that the title of this article resembles just about every other website’s title for this particular news scoop. Can we say, copy cat?

    • http://www.beyondhollywood.com Nix

      Well, er, it’s kind of obvious, right? What’s a blogger gonna do, go for the standard and dull, “New Unborn poster!” or go for the funnier one making fun of the poster’s obvious intentions? And ‘sides, we movie blog writers are just brilliant, and you know what they say about brilliant minds…

  • Curtis

    wait, you mean there’s words on that poster? I didn’t see any…

  • Curtis

    wait, you mean there’s words on that poster? I didn’t see any…

  • Curtis

    wait, you mean there’s words on that poster? I didn’t see any…