Crumb Catcher

critic Reviews

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    Richard WhittakerAustin Chronicle
    As the night pinwheels from drama to farce to tragicomedy, his [Chris Skotchdopole] clear, cold, and yet compassionate eye finds strange harmony in their emotional imbalance.
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    Drew TinninDread Central
    Produced by New York City genre giant Larry Fessenden, Crumb Catcher takes some of the more intriguing aspects of Richard Kelly’s The Box and turns up the heat until the tumultuous final act.
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    Dennis SchwartzDennis Schwartz Movie Reviews
    The quirky story makes totally for an odd watch.
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    Leo BradyAMovieGuy.com
    Crumb Catcher is a twisted dark comedy, where marital discourse arrives with an uninvited guest and makes for a masterclass in uncomfortable horror.
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    Dan ScullyScullyVision
    There are few things more delicious than a film that succeeds at pushing your buttons.
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    Molly HeneryThe Blogging Banshee
    Crumb Catcher is an unnerving, suspenseful ride weaponizing absurd politeness to deliver a unique home invasion thriller.
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    Stephen SaitoMoveable Fest
    While one may wonder how much love there actually is between the newlyweds in “Crumb Catcher,” there’s plenty to fall head over heels for in the satisfying thriller.
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    Maggie LovittCollider
    Despite its nearly fatal flaws, Crumb Catcher is an insanely impressive directorial feature debut for Skotchdopole. It’s funny, bizarre, uncomfortable, and an absolute cringe-fest for all the best reasons.
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    Fred TopelUnited Press International
    Begins as a cringe comedy and becomes a truly suspenseful thriller. It is equally relentless at both.
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