Good Neighbors (2011)


Good Neighbors is a horror film about three neighbors who retreat into their apartment building one winter when a serial killer is on the loose.

I’m calling it right now: one of the three neighbors is the serial killer.

The film is set in 1995 in Quebec. So you know it’s about a bunch of retards.

Cause they’re Canadian.

Anyways, 1995 is the year of the second referendum on the separation of Quebec. Which officially makes Quebec the smartest part of Canada. Cause it wanted to be separated. (I don’t know anything about the history of Canada, nor will I ever have a desire to learn such nonsense, but I assume this referendum stuff is about Quebec trying to free herself from the clutches of Canada.)

In a small neighborhood in Quebec, the three tenants must figure out who they can trust. Here’s a thought: not a Canadian.

Good Neighbors

Good Neighbors was written and directed by Jacob Tierney. I haven’t heard of him before, but he directed a film called The Trotsky. And something called Twist. I’ve never heard of it.

Good Neighbors Trailer

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Who’s In It?

 Jay Baruchel
  Scott Speedman … Spencer
  Xavier Dolan … Jean-Marc
  Emily Hampshire … Louise
  Gary Farmer … Brandt
  Jacob Tierney … Jonah
  Kaniehtiio Horn … Johanne
  Anne-Marie Cadieux … Valérie
  Micheline Lanctôt … Mme Gauthier
  Sean Lu … Mr. Chou
  Kevin Tierney … Jerome Langlois
  Pat Kiely … Bilodeau
  Nathalie Girard … Nightclub Waitress

What’s Good About It?

I actually really like Scott Speedman, and Jay Baruchel is decent.

What’s Bad About It?

Not sold on the idea or the director. It might be good, so there’s that.

Our Clever Prediction

I doubt it’ll make much money, but there’s always hope. I’m thinking it’ll end up with a limited release. Maybe it’ll go On Demand.