Nina Forever gets a Valentine with a new poster

Chris Blaine and Ben Blaine’s Nina Forever looks wonderfully weird, promising a twisted fairy tale of a story that hits select theaters and VOD just in time for Valentine’s Day. The film was adored out of its premiere at last year’s SXSW and the trailers have been equal parts disturbing and charming, so I’m excited to share with you guys the new poster, which perfectly sums up this strange little movie.

Look for Nina Forever on February 12th.

Nina Forever follows Holly, as she begins a relationship with her co-worker Rob, who is grieving over the recent death of his girlfriend Nina. Holly has fallen for Rob and is determined to help him though his grief. Yet every time they make love, Nina appears; tangled, bloody and still fixated on Rob. Holly doesn’t freak out and run—she can deal with the dead girl sharing their bed, their lives, their minds. If it’s what Rob needs, it’s what she’ll do, regardless of what the consequences may be.

Nina Forever stars Abigail Hardingham, Cian Barry and Fiona O’Shaughnessy.


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5 thoughts on “Nina Forever gets a Valentine with a new poster

  1. Eh, I don’t know if I like that poster. That’s pretty goofy hahah. That said, ever since I read about this on your blog last year I am just itching to see how this goes down. I try to never judge a film from the poster alone. If the film ends up justifying my concerns then, that’s another thing, but . . . yeah. Bring it on!

    1. It sorta has that rom-com feel to it, which I think was the point since it comes out on Valentines Day weekend. But yeah, could have used a stronger poster to match those great trailers. Really looking forward to it!

      1. I see. Yeah that makes sense. Either way, if there’s a way for me to watch it when it premieres I’m all for it, because it looks like a great alternative from the other stuff that will be out. The horrible painful romance stuff 😉

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