In this special live episode of the podcast, the guys host the third annual Shocktober in Irvington, a one-night event screening of short horror films from local filmmakers benefitting the Irvington Historical Society. Continue reading →
As part of my ongoing (but limited) coverage of 2015’s Indy Film Fest, last night I attended a screening of the festival’s “Hoosier Reels” block of short films. The screening featured 6 short films “grown, filmed, dreamed, or situated” in Indiana. For this review, I’ll just go film by film and share my thoughts. Continue reading →
Started off kind of rocky with some bits that didn't land as hard for me and/or had their punchlines spoiled in the trailer. There was also some distracting editing throughout it that I assume for one reason or another was due to the three leads being so young. But aside from those quibbles, Good Boys is really funny in a way that plays up the innocence […]
Really enjoyed this movie. There's a surprising amount of unsettling visuals that seem to push the PG-13 envelope without being purely grotesque or solely relying on jump scares. It's a really good balance of tone and scares. Review will be up on The Obsessive Viewer Podcast on Friday.
The street racing sequences and use of cars in general is actually a step up from the (now pretty dated) street racing effects of the first movie. But the plot of this one does nothing for me. I enjoy Walker and Tyrese on screen together, but Cole Hauser is pretty hollow and one note as the villain.