“There’s definitely no logic/To human behavior” – Bjork, “Human Behavior”


Take a dash of murder mystery, a pinch of psychological thriller, and a twist of, um, a twist and you have 2001’s HUMAN BEHAVIOR starring a cast of people you never heard of trapped in an infinite loop of plot explanation. The lovely and talented Moe and I dissect the slow-moving 72 minute ode-to-crazy, and manage to fit a few compliments in between bursts of sardonic wit and fart jokes. It ends with my most homoerotic ode to Michael Fassbender yet, so stick around to the (bitter) end. All this and more on:


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Doug Tilley

Doug has been a geek for as long as he’s been alive, but has only been blogging about film since 2008; originally writing for his personal site and eventually moving to Daily Grindhouse where he writes regularly about micro-budget films and film-makers in his No-Budget Nightmares column. At the end of 2011 he started the popular No-Budget Nightmares podcast with Moe Porne, and regularly contributes to a variety of other genre film podcasts. He likes movies, movies and movies.

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