AYT #116: A Thematic Pairing Of Inescapable Dread

Goodnight Mommy

This episode opens with an update on Joe’s short film, Knife Of The Party, then Joe and Erik dive into to reviews of two dread-soaked, arthouse genre films opening slowly in theaters across the country. First is Austrian horror Goodnight Mommy then onto drug war thriller Sicario, each tension-filled and terrifying in their own way. Lastly, we get to the latest edition of HOLD UP: The Color Of Money

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, though frequency of new episodes often increase or decrease based on interest level of what’s going on in cinema.

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CREDITS
Producer — Drew Wallner
Co-Host, Segment EditorJoe von Appen
Co-Host, Audio EditorErik McClanahan
Presented by –The Northwest Film Center

Comments

  1. I’m absolutely with you on that shot preceding the night vision segment, OMG. It was like they were all slowly descending into hell, the blown blacks of the ground below the sunset, absorbing them like that stuff that digests victims in Under The Skin.

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