New LEGO Star Wars posters reference more horror classics

Although LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales is now streaming on Disney +, the promotional posters referring to horror classics haven’t stopped.

Two more parody posters for LEGO Star Wars: Terrifying Tales have been released to Twitter, along with another pair of nostalgic horror movie designs you might be able to recognize.

The duo’s debut, released on October 26, features Kylo Ren, Ren – the original leader of the Knights of Ren – Graballa the Hutt, Poe Dameron, Dean, Vaneé and BB-8 all recreating the 1987 The Lost Boys poster, with a slogan that distorts the original quote to include brick-based language.

The second poster, which was released on October 31 as a particularly chilling revelation, features Darth Vader alone among piles of bricks and a lamppost. This is undoubtedly a recreation of the main poster for The Exorcist from 1973, with the lighting also being the same. However, instead of a suitcase, Darth Vader carries a pumpkin-shaped bucket, likely for a tip or treat considering when the poster was shown.

LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales has other parody posters that you might also want to check out, which you can do in our guide here. Alternatively, keep the Halloween spirit alive with our report on which movies the special pays homage to or four things we noticed in the first trailer. LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales is now streaming on Disney +

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