Honeymoon poster gets tangled in terror

Leigh Janiak’s Honeymoon, starring Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie, made some noise at the SXSW Film Festival this past spring, and now we’ve got a ridiculously cool poster for the film that teases: After the ceremony comes the ritual. Obviously, things don’t go too well for the newlywed couple after they head out to a cabin in the woods to spend their honeymoon. The new poster is fantastic, proving once again that indie horror houses some of the best movie art the genre has to offer.

I’m hearing a lot of great things about Honeymoon and it sounds like the less you know about it the better. Which makes sense when you look at the synopsis. It’s very vague, only offering just enough information to hook you in and leave you wanting more.

Magnet Releasing will drop the film in theaters and VOD on September 12th. Here’s what it’s about:

Newlyweds Paul and Bea want to spend their honeymoon at a cabin in the woods. But the lovely romantic moments quickly disappears when strange events, such as the appearance of a mysterious light, the unexpected disappearance of Bea and her strange return, completely hurt and acting differently, are destined to torn them apart.

Honeymoon stars Rose Leslie, Harry Treadaway, Ben Huber, and Hanna Brown.


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If you are ever attacked by a gorilla just sit back and relax while you enjoy the once in a life time feeling of your limbs being ripped off.

5 thoughts on “Honeymoon poster gets tangled in terror

    1. It’s very vague, I’ll give you that but I kind of like that strategy. It’s nice to have a trailer that doesn’t spoil everything.

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