Posterize: “We Need to Talk About Kevin” Image Almost as Creepy as the Film

"We Need to Talk About Kevin," Bobcat Goldthwait and others deliver some great new art.

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EMPTY_CAPTION"We Need to Talk About Kevin" made an Oscar-qualifying run in December, but will opening across the country Jan. 27. The film stars Tilda Swinton as the mother of, well… Look at the poster, and you'll get a pretty good idea. Read our review and watch the trailer.
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Bobcat Goldthwait's new dark-as-night comedy, "God Bless America," follows a middle-aged man and his young protégé as they go on a road trip to kill "the stupidest, cruelest and most repellent members of society." The film hits VOD April 6 and theaters May 11.
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The "Friends With Kids" poster feels like it was made using a stock template. It stars Adam Scott and Jennifer Westfeld as friends who decide to have a kid together without the complication of a romantic relationship. Co-stars, Jon Hamm, Kristen Wiig, Chris O'Dowd, Maya Rudolph, Megan Fox and Ed Burns, opens March 9. Watch the trailer .
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Maybe the most cynical film of 2012, "Battleship," stars a modeling agency worth of eye candy—Taylor Kitsch, Alexander Skarsgard, Brooklyn Decker, Rihanna—will fight an alien invasion at sea. Opens May 18. Watch the trailer.
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Daniel Radcliffe tries move past his Harry Potter past by starring in this ghost story about a lawyer who takes up residence in a haunted house, where he encounters "The Woman in Black." Opens Feb. 3. Watch the trailer.
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Benjamin Walker brings a new look to the Great Emancipator in this poster for "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter," director Timur Bekmambetov's adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's novel which finds the 16th president battling bloodsuckers. Co-stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Dominic Cooper and Anthony Mackie, opens June 22.
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EMPTY_CAPTION"John Dies at the End," starring Paul Giamatti, is a comedy/horror film so bizarre we won’t even bother trying to explain—instead, we direct you to the trailer, which won’t really explain much, either.
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