This film is worth the watch, but Roy has a problem with the way it ends. He feels like Sayles owes the audience something that he doesn’t provide. There is also a Gone Girl-like moment that changes the movie completely, and we talk about how well that decision works.
We also ask if a 1990s-like indie movement would be good for Hollywood in the way low budget horror films work for studios like A24 and Blumhouse.
**As of late August 2020, Limbo (1999) is not streaming anywhere for free. All the major streaming rental services start at $3.99**
This time, we dive into two sports fit for the Ocho: Dodgeball and Baseketball. With two movies rife with mediocre characters (at best), we had to turn the MTN Batsignal on for a member of the world’s sexiest podcast, Bryan from the Salty Language Podcast, to pump up the appeal like White Goodman’s codpiece. We argue over which is the better movie and if Ben Stiller’s performance is any good. We make each other bleed each other’s blood while we hope nobody in the audience chooses none of you choose scenario number one.