A fine story concept undercut by the now customary cheap DCAU animation, cramped storytelling for a premise that needs more then 90 minutes and a range of hilarious Russian accents. Better then the last few of these have been at least, probably overrating it a bit but it didn't give me a headache like that Wonder Woman one did so I'll take it.
hard to disagree with the "this should have just been a podcast" gang but it's nice to see a genre movie with this much formal and aesthetic control that isn't trying to explore some trite platitudes about trauma or grief, instead going all-in on late-night spooky campfire tale vibes. not a whole lot here but it's still impressive for a self-taught first feature, very interested to see what this crew does next.
A truly outstanding pile of horseshit, totally underrated as the bad-movie classic it needs to be. Antitrust has it all, including but not limited to
-A soundtrack that sounds like background music to a car commercial
-A Ryan Phillipe performance that can only be described as "Zoolanderian"
-Tim Robbins eating Pringles multiple times on-screen for no reason
-An extended suspense sequence about Phillipe trying to determine whether or not someone put sesame seeds in his food, as if it's the…