New Poster For ‘The Unborn’ Trades Scares For Ass Cheeks

And what fine ass cheeks they are…

The new international poster for David Goyer’s upcoming ghost movie, The Unborn, has just been released at Empire Online, and it’s a stunner.  By “it” I’m referring strictly and solely to star Odette Yustman’s ass.  The rest of the poster is unattractive and uninteresting, and that includes the perverted little dead kid in the mirror.  Now back to Yustman’s ass… any possible fear or terror that the poster may have instilled in the viewer is obliterated by the beauty of her behind.  The curves, the cheeks, the white cotton underwear…

The Unborn Poster

How can you be scared with a tush like that to keep you warm and safe?  And sure, it may not even be her actual rear-end.  But so what.  Pair this image up with the film’s PG-13 rating and the target demographic will be lining up at the doors opening weekend.  Then it’ll drop 70% by the second weekend and be out on DVD by April.

When the teaser trailer premiered two months ago I was thrilled.  The movie looked to take a tired genre, ghosts/spooky children, and turn it into a visual feast of grotesque imagery and frightening events.  The PG-13 rating was a disappointment and lowered my expectations.  Gore Verbinski’s The Ring is so far the only PG-13 rated movie to deliver some truly thrilling scares.  The poster above, while appealing to the eyes, confirms the film’s target audience as teenage boys, and confirms my fear that it may be a light-weight when it comes to the horror.  Of course, I’m still going to see the movie.  Look at that glorious goddamn ass!

The Unborn co-stars Gary Oldman and opens January 9th, 2009.

How about that ass?

Rob is the Chief Film Critic of Film School Rejects. He doesn't eat cheese on weekdays.

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