#639: It Comes At Night / Top 5 Movies About Grief
Writer/director Trey Edward Shults knocked a lot of us out last year with his indie debut "Krisha." This year, he comes to the multiplex with IT COMES AT NIGHT, an unnerving - and unconventional - horror film that has impressed critics and frustrated some audiences. Shults’ film is as much about loss as it is about scares, so along with a review of the new film, Adam and guest host Michael Phillips share their Top 5 Movies About Grief. Plus thoughts on the late Glenne Headley and Adam's recommendation of the Sundance hit "Band Aid."
This episode of Filmspotting is presented by Lexus, Squarespace and Showtime's "I'm Dying up Here."
0:00-3:57 - Billboard
3:57-31:42 - Review: "It Comes At Night"
Angelica Garcia, "The Devil Can Get In"
34:12-40:18 - Adam Recommends: "Band Aid"
40:18-52:27 - Polls
Angelica Garcia, "Orange Flower"
54:30-56:33 - Donations
56:33-1:41:45 - Top 5: Movie About Grief