Vulture Premieres the Poster for the The Red Riding Trilogy


Arriving in theaters next month is The Red Riding Trilogy, a three-part, five-hour megamovie adapted from British author David Peace's noir novels following the investigation into the Yorkshire Ripper killings in England in the seventies and eighties. The three parts are films unto themselves, each helmed by a different director: 1974 by Julian Jarrold (Brideshead Revisited), 1980 by James Marsh (Man on Wire), and 1983 by Anand Tucker (Hilary and Jackie, this weekend's Leap Year). IFC has given Vulture first crack at the poster. See it big after the jump.