Finally, the dynamic duo that is Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero returns for a dream project that will send fans of The Room and The Disaster Artist into paroxysms of unabated joy once more. If you’re an acolyte or many-time- attendee of the last decade’s biggest cult film, heed the call and hit the theatre for Wiseau’s latest.
Sestero plays a drifter who arrives in Los Angeles physically unharmed but mentally bruised; his shirt is covered in blood and he seems unable to speak. He ekes out a meagre living by begging on the mean Angelino streets and slowly resigns himself to his hand-to-mouth predicament.
One day he crosses paths with a peculiar mortician (Wiseau), who asks for help in exchange for money. An evening of work turns into a regular gig for the drifter, who finds himself warming up to this odd man with odder habits.
It’s not long before the two find themselves engaged in an unusual yet increasingly lucrative underground enterprise. But more money means more problems as jealousy, anger and greed start to poison their partnership. Will these best f(r)iends survive the turning tide?
The best worst movie ever made! A successful banker, Johnny, is madly in love with his fiancée, Lisa, and intends to get married next month. His plans take a horrid turn when he finds out the truth about Lisa and the people surrounding him.
“The Citizen Kane of bad movies" - Entertainment Weekly
“A movie whose transcendent awfulness has made it a cult phenomenon and an audience-participation fixture along the lines of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” - Steve Rose, The Guardian