Gimme Something to Watch: Creep

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Creep is not a conventional horror film. There is very little action and practically zero gore. There is no evil imagery, no demons, ghosts, monsters, or mutants. Still, this low-budget, found-footage horror film has garnered critical praise, currently standing at a 95% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and is most certainly worth your time. So how has a horror film with very little horror to it creeped the hell out of critics and fans (Masterlord and I included) alike? Join me after the bump to find out.

The story line for Creep, released internationally through Netflix earlier this year, is about what you’d expect from a movie called Creep. An amateur videographer is contracted to help another man film a home movie in a quaint mountain setting. Things quickly take a turn for the worse, as you’d expect, but likely not quite in the ways you’d imagine. Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass, the film’s writers and only actors, manage to take viewers through a number of riveting twists that maintain tension throughout, and they do so almost entirely through an organic script.

In fact, unlike most modern horror films, Creep forgoes visual stimulation almost entirely in favor of powerful and penetrating dialogue. Brice and Duplass have crafted a pain-staking examination of human interaction, testing multiple scripts and scenarios for each scene to draw out the maximum drama from every word used. The end result is a film built on sublime simplicity; the emphasis is most often placed on the subtlety of word choice, body language, and context, lending gravity and dread to every single line.

This is an absolute necessity for the subject matter. The film is alarming for so perfectly capturing a situation in which any one of us could be caught. Throughout the movie I couldn’t help but think of times that I had found myself in situations where every fiber of my being was screaming at me to run away, and yet I was oddly compelled to stay. Like the unwitting cameraman in the film, Aaron (played by Brice), perhaps I was grounded by own morbid curiosity. Or perhaps it was my animal instincts that drew me towards a potentially dangerous situation.

Peachfuzz: Spookier than he looks.

That gravitational pull towards potential harm in the film is almost entirely centered in the stunning Duplass. His character Josef is overwhelmingly disarming and unnerving, managing to raise red flags during nearly every part of the film while maintaining an air of sincere, almost childish innocence. It’s an alluring and deeply unsettling performance that should earn him all sorts of accolades.

Despite my typical hatred of the genre, I felt the found-footage format worked quite well for the material. It made sense in the context, and the lack of shoehorned gore, weird effects, and pointless jump scares (there are a few, but they fit the plot) significantly worked to create an image that this could happen to anyone, anywhere. Really, that’s the power of Creep. It’s a slow-burning exercise in tension and unease that could truly happen to anyone. I can say little more without giving anything else away, so I’ll leave you with the trailer and my recommendation that you watch this film this coming Halloween season.

So, in conclusion…

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  • Dagon

    Inb4 someone posts Radiohead

    Dude, this looks like a great watch… I love dialogue based film as well as unnerving movies.

    • Vote for Jeb

      Did you see what the last video linked is?

      • Cringe intensifies.

      • Dagon

        I just did.

        You are a bad robit. No oil for you today!

        • Vote for Jeb

          I pump my own oil.

          • Dagon

            That’s hot.

            – Paris Hilton

  • Horror that relies on tension, pacing, and atmosphere to be scary instead of pummeling someone’s gag reflex? Pah! It’ll never catch on.

    • Atmosphere is everything. Just watch Alien. MIND BLOWN!

      • Alien>>>>
        I watched it for the first time about 6 months ago (i know, i know) and 95% of it still holds up today. So fucking good.

        • didn’t somebody around here see it finally too and think it sucked? i wanna say Jack Bauer for some reason, but maybe that’s just because he laughs at danger

        • That last goddamn scene with Ripley trying to escape is the fucking best!!!!

          • Vote for Jeb

            Have we ever talked about how the Director’s Cut of 3 is actually pretty good?

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            3 is just fine except for the stolen ending.

          • Crazy to think that that was Fincher’s first film.

          • It’s really good yes! All those extra scenes that are added make a world of difference.

          • Vote for Jeb

            Resurrection is still pretty bad, even if you like Ron Perlman.

          • Ew. Saw part of that one the other day. It still leaves a bad taste.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            It had a great cast and director and it still sucked.

          • I always had a crush on robot Winona Ryder.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Agreed. She’s still all that.

          • Stay Winona.

          • xengineofdeathx

            Winona Ryder is so fine in all her incarnations.

          • first half is good, second half sexes the pooch

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Arf!

          • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa

            I’m confused as to how Ridley Scott said there will be no Alien/xenomorph in the upcoming Prometheus (mainly because Geiger died), since that seemed to be what the first film was building up to.

          • Vote for Jeb

            I’ve got no idea, man.

          • I watched Aliens directly after it and was supremely disappointed. Like I said, Alien >>>>

          • I will always say that Alien is a horror film and Aliens is an action film.

          • Vote for Jeb

            Yup. Two very different film. Still love Aliens.

          • Oh yeah. Game Over, man!

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            I’m Hudson, Sir. He’s Hicks.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Agreed. Both are awesome for completely different reasons.

        • KJM, Doom Hunter General

          I saw it the week it opened in 1979 for my 12th birthday , 60 ft screen and full 6-track stereo. Glorious.

      • Maik Beninton™
      • KJM, Doom Hunter General

        That’s why I’m cool with horror movies that have little to no gore in them.

      • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa

        Or Piano Tuner Of Earthquakes.

  • great review, makes me very interested in seeing this movie! BTW, Mark Duplass is awesome: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/3/3a/MarkDuplassOct2011.jpg/220px-MarkDuplassOct2011.jpg

  • CyberneticOrganism

    Is this supposed to be “found footage” or more of a fake documentary?

    • Vote for Jeb

      I’d say it qualifies more as found footage because most of it is basically a home movie.

      • CyberneticOrganism

        Gotcha.

  • 1/3 editors thought this movie was kind of a horror boner killer : /

  • Killer. I’m curious to check this out. Looks beyond suspenseful.

    • Vote for Jeb

      I hope you like it. Sometimes I find it harder to recommend horror than it is to recommend music, but the Masterlord is the one who turned me onto it.

      If nothing else, the movie made me feel very uncomfortable for about an hour.

      • Did you ever see The Silent House La Casa Muda? I think I recommended it to you a while back.

        • Vote for Jeb

          Oh shoot, I forgot to check it out. I will put that on the list. Haven’t watched many horror movies in general. I think the last one was Banshee Chapter after Scrimm recommended it.

          • It’s probably one of the most suspensful movies I’ve ever watched. It’s shot in one take too.

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Silent_House_(2010_film)

          • Vote for Jeb

            YES, I love movies filmed like that. Okay, I’m definitely going to try to find this some time in October.

          • I think I found it OnDemand one night. It was in the Free Horror movie folder. Looks like it’s on Netflix (DVD only though).

          • Vote for Jeb

            Ah lame, we don’t have the dvd option. Looks like the newer one is on Prime. Hmmmm.

          • I never saw the new one so I can’t say much about it other then it didn’t do as well. I just know that the original is really great. You might have to dig for it :/

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Ahem, are you sure that was Scrimm? ^_^

          • Vote for Jeb

            Ah poop. That was a good rec on your part, KJM.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            ^_^

        • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa

          Check out The Collection if you haven’t seen it. The hay baler in the club scene alone is worth it!

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1EMzz0J-e4

  • Not a found footage guy myself although I enjoyed all the VHS movies. Gonna have to find the time to check this, sounds like I’d enjoy it.

  • Horror films in October. Mmmm mmm. So looking forward to starting my horror film marathon on Thursday. I’ve been good not to start early. Here are some new additions to my collection that will be watched with some beer.

    The People Under The Stairs
    Maniac
    The Texas Chain Saw Massacre: 40th Anniversary Collector’s Edition
    The House by the Cemetery
    The Beyond, 3 Disc Collector’s Edition
    Zombie (2-Disc Ultimate Edition)
    Pumpkinhead
    Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut
    The Fog (Collector’s Edition)
    Night Of The Demons (Collector’s Edition)
    Night of the Demons 2
    Hellraiser
    Hellbound: Hellraiser II
    The Burning (Collector’s Edition)

    • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

      *more beer

      Ftfy

    • Melting Jack

      Some fine choices, sir. Well done.

    • sweetooth0

      a fine list good sir

      • KJM, Doom Hunter General

        Indeed.

    • KJM, Doom Hunter General

      #StayFulci

    • JamesGrimm

      The Halloween Tree
      Disneys Icahbod Crane (with mickey mouse ghost hunters and Donald ducks trick or treat shorts)
      Fantasia(for night on bald mountain)
      Trick or treat( 2007)

      Shaun of the dead
      Night of the living dead
      Evil dead 1 and 2 and AOD
      Universal masters collection
      Critters
      Haxan
      All i can think of off the top of my head right now

    • xengineofdeathx

      All awesome. Gotta love the Night of the Demons movies, and The Serpent and the Rainbow too.

    • Herr Schmitty

      I dig those Hellraiser flicks; even some of the later ones that were much shittier than the early ones. Pinhead is legit.

  • Fuck Peach Fuzz. This movie was incredibly unsettling. Watched it with lady SMOHLG a few days ago and it’s still been in both of our heads.

    • Vote for Jeb

      Thankfully for Mrs. Dubs, I watched it when she was doing a night-shift.

      • She actually really liked it, but I think she has some mild PTSD from it

        • Vote for Jeb

          Well, my wife was deeply disturbed by some episodes of Law and Order, so I don’t push it.

          ALSO, this film left me with a lot of questions. How much does Angie know? Was Josef abused by his dad (tubby time)? All those videos!?!

          • Don’t even get me started. Angie definitely knows it’s bad, but I’ve been trying to figure out the context of why exactly she was calling given that she knows enough to tell a stranger to GTFO. Tubby time may have been the most awkward serious shot in film history.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            I don’t think there’s any TV show I hate more than Law & Order.

          • Vote for Jeb

            I used to watch SVU all the time until Stabler left the cast.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            I think I hate him most of all. I really wish my disabled mother didn’t like this show so much.

          • Vote for Jeb

            Out of curiosity, why is that?

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            He’s an asshole, a wannabe tough guy, and he’s a cop. That’s the d-bag trifecta, right there. I spent way too much of my youth dealing with asshole police(one rent-a-cop actually thought I was a coke dealer with zero evidence to support this theory) to have any desire to spend TV time with them.

          • Vote for Jeb

            Ah, I see. I mean, I think that’s exactly how he’s supposed to be portrayed, but I get where you’re coming from.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            I can’t watch shows about cops, hospitals, or courtrooms. I’ve spent too much time in my life dealing with all three.

          • Too bad that 75% of tv is basically that.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            It’s why I don’t watch a lot of it. If I didn’t share my place with my disabled mother, I wouldn’t have cable at all.

          • Ah, sorry man.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            It’s all good. She’ll be around for a good long time and I’ll have plenty of chances to be annoyed by her viewing habits.

          • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa

            Not even Night Court?!?! Or The Good Guys?

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLiwBj258No

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Night Court is an exception since it’s comedy, one of the better sitcoms of the 80s.

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS
          • I need to catch up on this season.

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            Thats an old season, still with reggie

          • Yeah, I forget who the replacement is?

          • Kid Cudi… and turns out he is fucking hilarious!

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            Im not sure about all that. He was funny on the episode he did still with reggie in cast. As a host, i find scott having to carry more.

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            Ill also say, kid cudi isnt half the musician that reggie is

          • agree 666% on that part. the sketch he was in about The Temptations play was p good

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            I just fi d this whole adversarial relationship they started with kinda soured the whole deal. Cudi doesnt get half the airtime Reggie did, and for good reason. Im just not sold.

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            Mixed vegetables. Racist

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Do you support ghetto-izing your dinner?! Is that what yer tryin’ ta say?!!

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            What do you mean, “you vegetables”?

          • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa
          • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa

            He was awesome on Oz.

          • Waynecro

            I think this was supposed to be the first of three movies they were going to make.

          • Vote for Jeb

            Oh gnarly.

          • Waynecro

            I’d watch more of them for sure. I have so many questions!

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            I lold @ law&order

          • Vote for Jeb

            She can handle gore (med student), but she gets nightmares easily from psychological horror.

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            I dont dream because i only power blackout

          • Vote for Jeb

            lol

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS
          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            My dreams either suck total ass or are really cool, no middle ground.

          • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa

            Mine tend to be very surreal and random.

  • What’s the horror film that’s coming out that is sort of similar to The Thing? I think Scrimm talked about it once here.

    • Vote for Jeb

      Harbinger Down?

      • Yup, that’s it. Is that out yet?

        • Vote for Jeb

          Looks like it. Not sure where you can see it, though.

    • I want to see that Green Inferno flick. If Eli Roth is on his game, it should be good.

  • KJM, Doom Hunter General

    I actually don’t mind found footage movies, but this does not look like my cup of tea at all. Not a fan of psycho killer movies no matter how well they’re made.

    • Slasher films?

      • KJM, Doom Hunter General

        Friday The 13th, Halloween, Psycho: That’s about it really. I’ve probably forgotten one or two. I prefer supernatural horror. I actually view Halloween as supernatural horror because, as Dr Loomis says, Michael Myers is an embodiment of evil(i.e. not human).

        • Ah, gottcha. I’m not too picky about horror films. I’ll watch any style really. I’ve talked to people that are the same way as you though. It’s understandable.

  • Guacamole Jim

    This looks good. I’mma check this out.

  • I’m going to check this shit out. I prefer horror movies that rely on plot and dialogue as well as atmosphere to create the scare. Movies that go full-gore typically don’t last in my mind as long (except Cannibal Holocaust, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Saw, and Hostel).

  • ShootNationBB

    Honestly fuck this movie (in a good way), I was legit scared for once from a film. I was not ready for some one like Mark Duplass, who I only know from the League, to scare the shit out of me.

    • Vote for Jeb

      Seriously, he deserves a medal for being so got dang creepy.

    • Great actor, but the League is easily his shittiest work. No offense to League fans.

      • ShootNationBB

        It started off great but then got progressively worse.

  • Waynecro

    Dude, yes! I was referencing this movie all over the Toilet a few weeks ago after I watched it. As someone who’s done a lot of freelance work and looked for new bands and band members in the want ads, I totally identified with the camera guy’s situation. I’ve met some really odd people through the classifieds, and I suspect at least one guy I ran into several times was some sort of rapist/killer. This movie hit close to home, which is why it creeped me out so much.

  • Óðinn

    Thanks W. I’ll check this out. I’m not a big horror fan. But as a film theorist and film professional, I feel that what you don’t see is most often more frightening and more intriguing than graphic imagery and gore, which can actually be quite boring.

    • Vote for Jeb

      I’d like to hear your thoughts. I was talking with my wife the other evening, and I actually feel that my art criticism is most lacking in film (compared to literature, music, paintings, etc.)

      • Óðinn

        Sure. I’ll let you know once I’ve had a chance to watch it.

        • Vote for Jeb

          I wish I would have taken a cinema class or two during undergrad.

          • Óðinn

            I understand. I tutor at the university, and I find that many students study what their parents want instead of a program that they might love. I think their are probably positives and negatives to that. I would have loved to take more classes in the sciences myself, but it didn’t really fit in with my program.

            I double-majored in Cinema Studies and Communications, which gave me a good foundation in media and film theory. I’ve also taken film a film business certificate, a broadcast journalism certificate, and many many acting classes. I’ve ended up doing a lot of sales, marketing, and communications in the post-production, VFX, and 3D conversion business, as well as a couple of years working in the production office for a reality TV company. I also act professionally part-time, when roles are available. I continue to learn. I’m hoping to take some cinematography classes in the near future, and maybe even get a masters degree in film or digital media.

          • Film Theory >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

          • Óðinn

            Agreed, my fellow Film Theorist.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Favorite director?

          • Óðinn

            I’d have to say Kubrick, but I also really like Scorsese.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Can’t pick a fave, but agreed on both.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Have you ever seen “The Friends Of Eddie Coyle”? it really is the film Tarantino wishes he’d made.

          • Óðinn

            No. But it wouldn’t surprise me if Tarantino happened to be influenced by that film. His work, although good, is highly derivative.

          • Those are all solid choices. When you’re watching a movie one of those guys made, you can see they put their stamp on it.

          • Based Pingu

            Uwe Boll.

          • <3 was going to say the same thing

          • Based Pingu

            Great minds think alike.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Have you been pinching from my stash?

          • Óðinn

            Haha. I’ve actually met Uwe Boll at a screening of his film Attack On Darfur. One of the divisions of a company I used to work for did a lot of VFX work on his films. He’s actually really nice. A childhood friend of mine did a lot of VFX production on his films. His films are not great, but they were always funded.

          • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa

            Werner Herzog.

          • Óðinn

            I like Werner Herzog. He has a unique vision.

          • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa

            And a very grim one.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            One of my best friends who’s a few years older than me quit CalArts to go work for Ralph Bakshi. Here’s his IMDB entry.

            http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1016153/?ref_=ttfc_fc_cl_t55

          • I took a couple film classes in college. They help you see films from a director’s perspective. It cues you into things like lighting, camera angles, use of space. I look at all those things when watching and when you see them utilized properly, you can see the artistic vision come into play.

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            *takes film class
            *watches Godard and Kurosawa.
            *knows everything ab film

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            *listens to grindcore
            *knows everything about metal

          • Óðinn

            *reads MetalSucks article*
            *buys Godsmack album*
            *knows everything about Metal*
            *makes racist comments on the internet*

          • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

            *Wiccan is the “new white religion
            *gets arrested for offending pagans
            *masturbates onto tree
            *creates new form of music
            *dies unexpectantly

          • CyberneticOrganism

            *goes to BDubs*

          • Óðinn

            Maybe in one’s own mind, but not really. I understand what you mean though. People think they know everything but it might just be their ego talking.

            One thing I really like about film is that you can really never know everything. It’s technical, it’s artistic, it’s highly collaborative, and it has highly unique business models. Plus, there are so many highly specialized professions within the film industry that knowing everything is never really something you can achieve. There’s always something more to learn. I’ve worked in much more conventional businesses, and I was bored.

          • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa

            I’ve tried getting into Godard, but his stuff never quite sat well with me.

          • KJM, Doom Hunter General

            Breathless was okay, but I’ll probably never see it again.

          • CyberneticOrganism

            *watches Beyond the Black Rainbow*
            *has no need to watch anything else, ever*

          • Óðinn

            I finally had the opportunity to watch “Creep” tonight. Keeping in mind that I’m not necessarily a big fan of Horror / Thriller films to begin with, I was impressed by a few aspects of this film. Mark Duplass is a good actor, and I felt that he did a great job playing the character of Josef. The script was well-written and sufficiently original enough to mostly make up for a film that appeared to have very little budget. The fact that they were able to achieve quite a bit without spending much money is actually quite impressive. On the other hand, the low budget is felt in other ways. It looks as if they shot this themselves because they probably did. I’m not a big fan of the way this was shot, even though I recognize that it fit with the narrative. While I wasn’t surprised with where the film ended, there was enough intrigue to keep me watching with interest. Some aspects were actually very typical of horror films, including the continual bad decision-making by the character of Aaron. This is something typical of slasher films where victims somehow never make the decision to permanently leave the vicinity of the killer, even though they have ample opportunity. Were I a fan of Horror films, I think I might find more excitement in this film as a fan. I don’t think the genre, in general, leaves much room for character development, which is something I tend to enjoy. Well-done for what it is, considering the genre. Overall, not my cup of tea. I do appreciate the acting and relative originality though. It looks as is they have Creep 2 and Creep 3 in the works.

          • Óðinn

            ~~~

      • Herr Schmitty

        This right here is the most Brooklyn thing I’ve ever seen a Texan write. Marvelous!

    • Poopypanty’s Hulk Poop Salsa

      Cloverfield was an excellent example of that. The creature is rarely seen, but it’s presence is definitely always there.

  • KJM, Doom Hunter General

    More scenes from my Monday night.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STykpzdTVk0

  • CT-12

    Holy shit man, I am excited to check out this movie. I need to find someone with a Netflix account in this motherfucker and get to watching! Thanks for sharing Dubz!!

    • KJM, Doom Hunter General

      People are always welcome to come over to my place and watch it. ^_^

      • CT-12

        If I could afford the plane ticket, I’d do it in a heartbeat

  • JWEG

    The most recent horror flicks I’ve added to my collection (Blu Ray) were ‘Dolls’ and Day of the Dead. I figure everyone’s seen the latter, and if you’ve seen any creepy-doll film from 1987 onward you might actually be underwhelmed by the former; especially if you want your horror to take itself seriously.

    Just before that, though, I randomly stumbled upon one called Starry Eyes that I totally recommend, especially to anyone who tells me they liked It Follows… but not quite as much as its hype from other sources.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2793490/

    Apparently it came out of a crowdfunding campaign that completed a few months before I started actively seeking that sort of thing. It’s mostly an atmospheric kind of horror that slowly ratchets up the weirdness and body horror until going all out in a violent and gory climax. In many ways it feels quite Lovecraftian. Maybe that’s why I dug it despite its (sometimes obvious) flaws.

    • KJM, Doom Hunter General

      Starry Eyes has a lot of things going for it, but I felt like it was over padded. It was a 45 minute story that took about 90 minutes to tell. I would definitely tell other others to actually see it and judge for themselves.

      • JWEG

        This is true, but that might be why I’d recommend it to people who responded well to It Follows (and maybe The Babadook too) given it also felt a bit heavily padded – even with its attempted internal justification of the slow pace.

        I’m not sure there are any particular scenes I’d want to see cut so much as a little bit edited down from each one, though. Except the suitably ratcheted-up climax. That stays unchanged in my mentally-edited version.

        …Also the early appearances of the masked figures (you’ll agree that’s only a very minor spoiler: there’s one near the beginning even). Going back and looking to see where you might have missed them lurking in the shadows is almost as worth the replay as doing the same for ‘It’ which Follows in that other film…

  • JWEG

    On topic: the first time I saw Creep mentioned was in a review for ‘The Gallows’, spoiling a scene they said was most likely a deliberate homage (or just reference) to Creep.

    I definitely want to see this film, and quite definitely not the other one though.

    • Vote for Jeb

      I heard Gallows is awful.

      • KJM, Doom Hunter General

        It looks dumb, really dumb.

  • KJM, Doom Hunter General

    Have a random pic of Rosalie Cunningham.(RFI)

  • Watching Creep now.

    • BEARD OV GREAT DAWKINS

      Creeping now

      • KJM, Doom Hunter General

        ABC = Always Be Creeping

        • “Creepy Crawling”

          – Charles Manson

  • KJM, Doom Hunter General
    • Herr Schmitty

      P sure I told you to quit filming my mating dance, duder.

    • CyberneticOrganism

      Those jogging pants must have had their own mic, man those things are zip-zopping with every step

      • Oh yeah, that shit was ridiculous.

  • xengineofdeathx

    I’ve been wanting to check this out. Has anyone seen Goodnight Mommy? That movie is pretty fucked up. Genuinely disturbing.

    • Vote for Jeb

      Haven’t yet, but I think Guac Jim was hyping it up!

  • CyberneticOrganism

    Watched this last night, it’s really good. Well done, short running time, plenty of humor.

    • The scene with him on the porch running downstairs then blocking the door with the peach fuzz mask may have been one of the most awkwardly hilarious things ever.

  • Rizzle01

    I also enjoyed the movie.

    • Vote for Jeb

      Ayyyyyyy

  • Just watched. Lots of scares!! Great review Dubs.