As horror fans, we’re used to unconventional marketing campaigns. Think of the (albeit confusing) viral campaign used for Cloverfield. But the marketing team for Funny Games gave audiences ammo to fuel their negative reactions to the latter film.
Two men were spotted placing eggs stamped with the movie’s title on Park City’s Main Street, according to The Salt Lake Tribune‘s Sundance Blog.
The movie’s plot, after all, is driven by the kidnappers’ seemingly innocuous request to borrow some eggs from an unsuspecting family. The film played in Park City as part of the Sundance Midnight program. The rest of us are left to wait until the film is released on March 14.