This is my frightful take on distracted and reckless driving. “The Distracted Driver Massacre” was inspired by a horror movie posters of the 70’s and 80’s. If you haven’t guessed already, I put my twist on the 1974’s “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”. I chose this film’s poster due to the boldness of the letterings and minimalism of the layout. This also gives more emphasis on the scene illustrated on right. The idea behind the poster is more than meets the eye (I hope so). The poster illustrates of a “maniac” going around and killing distracted teens and young adults. However, this is not what the poster is suppose to be about. In the scene on the right, the teens in the car are actually the “maniacs”. With the teens being distracted, they can run over or hit anything resulting in a car crash. The silhouette of the person shows the incoming impact between pedestrians and the car. Lastly, the “You are not the only one on the road” quote is what I want the reader to understand. To ensure safety for teen driving, it’s a great reminder that distracted driving can not only kill the driver and passengers, but can be as deadly to pedestrians.