Ad of the Day: Gaming Spot Makes Horrifying Use of Robert Frost's 'The Road Not Taken'

Poem repurposed as a chilling voiceover

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Robert Frost has been frightening lit majors for years. For the rest of us, however, the American poet's thoughtful 1916 masterpiece "The Road Not Taken," with its quiet lines about paths diverging in a yellow wood, hasn't been the stuff of nightmares.

Until now.

Director Lloyd Lee Choi employs Frost's contemplative stanzas to striking effect as the voiceover in this two-minute trailer for Until Dawn, a horror/survival game dropping next week for the Sony PlayStation 4.

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