Eat MeHD Closed Captioning
Adrian A. Cruz
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About the Movie
An insightful, darkly hilarious and terrifying exploration of the extremity of human endurance, Eat Me is the story of Tommy, a despondent woman with nothing to live for, who attempts suicide on the same night Bob breaks into her house. Over the course of the night, they collide on a desperate and brutal journey, struggling to find a way out of the circumstances that brought them together.
Have rarely seen a horror film that derives from the dialogue and the acting. This isn't just horror, it is intimately dark and deeply funny. Sometimes hard to watch, and so impressed at its ability to put me in a different place than I was in before I began the movie.
Bold, brave and one-of-a-kind!
People! There is nothing like this. NOTHING. Brutal. Funny. Brave. Devastating. Gripping. Repellent. Transcendent. Uncomfortable. As my students know, the quality I most admire in actors is their willingness to stay uncomfortable, and Jacqueline Wright's acting and writing exemplifies the rewards of going there. Go. Buckle up, but go.
Seems like your typical home invasion horror but is actually a deep character portrait and heart breaking thriller. It’s hysterical at times and so tense and uncomfortable at other times. Never seen anything like it. Definitely recommend. If you can get through the intense parts you will live where it goes.