In my prior coverage of Quentin Dupieux's Rubber, I've tried to explain that what we're dealing with is a movie about psychic, killer tire. However, I realize now that simply labeling a tire as "psychic" and "killer" does not entirely communicate in what way this tire is an extra-sensory murderer. My whoops. Thankfully, this red-band should make it abundantly clear. The answer? Exploding heads (and rabbits).
I stand by my belief this entire production is a Spike Jonze Firestone commercial that got way out of hand.
This trailer for Rubber came out last week, and I totally forgot to post it. Whups! But, seeing that we're talking about that movie about a psychic, killer tire, I figured it's better late than never. This is the kind of thing you're supposed to know about for conversations tha... / Continue →
With Rubber, director Quentin Dupieux built something of a name for himself as, if nothing else, "the guy who made the movie about a psychic tire that blows heads up." Now, Dupieux hopes to expand that reputation beyond with Wrong, his new film scheduled to make its debut at Su... / Continue →
Rubber--that ridiculous movie about a psychic, killer tire--was just released on demand and on iTunes, will have a proper theatrical release in April, and now has this awesome Julie Bell/Boris Vallejo one-sheet. Mixed reviews still have me unsure about this premise as a film, b... / Continue →