Release Date: March 20th, 2015.
Written by: Justin Benson.
Directed by: Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead.
Starring: Lou Taylor Pucci and Nadia Hilker.
Back in 1995, Richard Linklater gave the world a sweet little movie called Before Sunrise, in which a young Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy walked around Vienna, talked, and fell in love. Its sequels, Before Sunset (2004) and Before Midnight (2013), continued their talky romance. They were all pretty good films, if you like that sort of quiet, character-driven drama.
I mention those movies because to me, Spring is essentially the Before Sunrise of the Horror genre. And yes, in its own way, it's every bit as good as the aforementioned Linklater films.
*We're going to keep the plot details of this one fairly vague, so as not to ruin its twists and developments for you.
|YES, WE AMERICANS ARE ALL THE SAME.|
|FEMALE EJACULATION IS NO MYTH.|
|WHO WOULDN'T FALL IN LOVE WITH THAT SCENERY AROUND THEM?|
|WE LIKE THEM SEXY AND SCARY.|
Our biggest complaint about Spring was that the dialogue felt stilted at times, especially when it came to Lou Taylor Pucci's character. The way he behaved and spoke didn't feel natural to us, and we wished that the writing had been a little bit tighter in that respect.
|WELL, THAT ENDED HORRIBLY...|
|"ALLE DONNE, |
Spring is available now on VOD.
Nadia Hilker and Augie Duke give us Spring fever.