‘Everyone Will Burn’ Poster Art Will Set You On Fire [Exclusive]

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Today we’ve scored the exclusive poster reveal for Everyone Will Burn from Drafthouse Films. This Spanish shocker was one of the unmissable selections out of Fantastic Fest 2022, so you definitely don’t want to miss it. Check out the one sheet below.

In the film, plagued with a darkness of the heart, María José is prepared to face the end of her life when she is visited by a strange girl. As residents in her village begin to suffer horrific deaths, María José is accused of summoning an evil that has been whispered as local legend for generations and must confront her own past or risk fulfilling a prophecy that would bring about the end of the world.

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Here’s what Dread Central’s Drew Tinnin had to say about the film out of Fantastic Fest 2022:

There may not be a better opening scene this year than the shocking beginning of David Hebrero’s Everyone Will Burn. Macarena Gómez stars as a grieving mother that takes in a strange girl named Lucia who may or may not have supernatural abilities. The second act runs a little on the slow side, but the incredible opening and satisfying finale make it a must-watch. Macarena Gómez gives a positively stunning, unhinged performance. If you’ve seen her remarkable turn in Shrew’s Nest, this is a return to form for one of the best genre actresses in Spain.

The cast includes Macarena Gómez, Rodolfo Sancho, Ana Milán, Rubén Ochandiano, Germán Torres, Ella Kweku, Raquel Lobelos, and Fernando Cayo. Everyone Will Burn was directed by David Hebrero and written by Hebrero, Javier Kirán

Don’t miss it in theaters starting December 1st (NYC, LA, Austin) and on digital platforms December 5th.

Check out the trailer here:

Lastly, what do you think of the fresh poster art for Everyone Will Burn? Let us know on Twitter via @DreadCentral. We are always around to chat about all things indie horror.



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