Pin Cheap Thrills (2013) to pinterest.Below are more Cheap Thrills (2013) Phots and Pictures for you. In CHEAP THRILLS, Craig (Pat Healy of THE INNKEEPERS), a blue-collar worker struggling to care for his family, loses his job.
A big hit at this year’s SXSW, CHEAP THRILLS rises above its midnight movie label and delves into human nature in all its debased glory. Synopsis: Cheap Thrills follows Craig (Pat Healy, Compliance), a struggling family man who loses his low-wage job and is threatened with eviction. The monumental, all-disabled ascent of Zodiac on El Capitan examining where passion, tenacity, perspective and toughness can lead.
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Craig (Pat Healy) is an auto mechanic with a newborn baby and a loving wife whose boss lays him off on the same day he gets an eviction noticed pasted to his apartment door. After another few rounds of drinks, the two old friends are approached by Colin, and it is at this point David Koechner begins the best performance of his career as the boisterous rich man willing to toss around any amount of money to keep his precious Violet (Sara Paxton) entertained on her birthday. It’s that time of the year again; with over 100 films from 36 countries The Philadelphia Film Festival is primed and ready to take over the city for 10 days of cinematic bliss.
The best way to describe this real-time thriller is it’s a lot like Speed, but with a pianist instead of a bus driver.
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While Stephen Chow doesn’t star in this film, you can definitely tell this is his take on the story of the Monkey King. After realizing he may not win his final battle, he seeks out the king of the demons for a little help and guidance on his journey.
The best way I could describe the Israeli black comedy is a like a really good joke that ends with a solid punch straight to the gut.
The suspect is kidnapped by the father of one of his victims and the cop out to prove his guilt. Cheap Thrills is the story of a pair of blue-collar childhood friends who are sucked into a bizarre birthday celebration where extreme acts are rewarded with cash prizes.
Part of that tradition of participation is for the dares that usually take place before the film as well. The film is the newest by comedian Hitoshi Matsumoto and maybe the strangest film playing at the Philadelphia Film Festival this year.


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10 years later, in an attempt to give his daughter back her career, the Yakuza boss arranges for his all out war with a rival clan to be filmed with his daughter starring in the starring role.
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Katz is a capable director, placing the camera exactly where it needs to be in order to heighten the more horrific elements of the story, and keeping the pace of the film in check. That said, clearly, there is a sick sense of humor at play, even behind the most depraved acts portrayed on screen, and the movie is all the better for it.
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If you’re a fan of Stephen Chow and his Kung fu comedies this is right up your alley and maybe the hardest you laugh at the fest. Big Bad Wolves is the story of a serial killer targeting young girls and the man suspected of being behind it all.
Both men are trying figure out if they have the right man as they battle with their morals as they torture him hoping for a confession or anything on the murders. I caught this film a few months ago with some friends and it’s definitely a film enhanced by audience participation. I caught a last minute buzz screening of this and was honestly blown away by the found footage film that unravels disguised as a Vice documentary. The film is the story of a the daughter of a Yakuza boss who after starring in a toothpaste commercial has her promising career shortened when her mother goes on a killing spree and her commercial is pulled. There he runs into an old high school buddy, Vince (Ethan Embry), and as the two are catching up, a wealthy couple, Colin (David Koechner from ANCHORMAN) and Violet (Sara Paxton, Healy’s co-star in THE INNKEEPERS), approach them.
The two friends are roped into a round of drinks by a charismatic and obscenely wealthy stranger (David Koechner, Anchorman 2) along with his mysterious wife (Sara Paxton, The Inkeepers).
This account will keep a record of your festival passes and films purchased or rented, allowing you viewing access to those films, and allowing viewing access to them from any device where you are logged in. The film takes time to remind you of Craig’s desperation, but also that Vince might not be the nice guy he used to be. This could easily have turned into a dour, heavy-handed affair, but instead the audience is encouraged to laugh while it cringes, making this a fun, twisted trip to the movies.
The film focuses on three Vice reporters who are checking out a cult run by a man known only as “Father”, things star to fall apart when the reporters start look beyond the tranquil surface.
The couple invites the working-class friends to join them, and as the night develops they pay Craig and Vince to complete a series of increasingly disturbing dares. The couple engages the two friends in a series of innocent dares in exchange for money over the course of the evening, with each challenge upping the ante in both reward and boundaries. For further questions, please visit the Terms and Conditions of the site, our Privacy Policy, or e-mail Film Festival Flix.
The film is thought-provoking and will leave audiences divided into two distinct camps of either love-it or hate-it.
This leaves the audience to wonder (through most of the film) if Vince is the good friend Pat remembers or is there something more sinister lurking below?
You can see for yourself when the movie is released on VOD  in January followed by theatrical play in February.
Fueled by their dire financial situations, Craig and Vince begin to turn on each other in sad, funny and gory one-upmanship.
It seems like easy and much needed money, but the couple’s twisted sense of humor pushes just how far Craig and his friend are willing to go for money and cheap thrills. Colin is a wealthy eccentric who tells them that he is taking his wife out for her birthday and promised her the night of her life. Before Craig can react, his friend quickly downs the shot and makes the money, which spurs Craig to take risks before his friend to earn the rewards.



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