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Jay Baruchel Stars in Campy Canadian Thriller 'Good Neighbors' Trailer

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May 18, 2011
Source: Apple

Good Neighbors Trailer

"Should I be concerned for my safety?" Magnolia has debuted a trailer on Apple (embed via B-D) for the dramatic chiller/thriller Good Neighbors, set in Montreal, Canada about a "serial killer on the loose." The story focuses on neighbors in an apartment, played by Canadians Jay Baruchel, Emily Hampshire and Brit Scott Speedman, who don't know who's the killer or if they're being stalked or what. This wouldn't look that bad if it wasn't for the extremely cheesy voiceover and that terrible song at the end. Can anyone predict who the killer is just from watching this? I doubt I'll see it, but I still thought it was worth featuring.

Watch the official trailer for Jacob Tierney's Good Neighbors:

You can also watch the Good Neighbors trailer in High Def on Apple

Set in 1995 in the dead of winter, a serial killer is on the loose in the Montreal neighborhood of Notre Dame de Grace. The tenants of an old apartment house must figure out who they can trust and who they can't…

Good Neighbors was both written and directed by Quebecois actor-turned-filmmaker Jacob Tierney, who started out with a short and directed the films Twist and The Trotsky previously. This premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year, though I didn't catch it there and didn't hear much buzz about it either. Magnolia Pictures is bringing Good Neighbors to limited theaters starting July 29th + VOD on June 24th.

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Reader Feedback - 16 Comments

1

apple link is incorrect Alex

Slow-1 on May 19, 2011

2

If you live in Toronto (like me), the film also opens at the Bell Lightbox on June 2.

Sean Kelly on May 19, 2011

3

thanks bro 

kwame adansi on May 19, 2011

4

Its Jay. The killer is Jay. Im calling it right now. speedman can walk, girl has dark past, but Jay HAS ALWAYS played the nerdy pushover. so easy twist to call. ūüôā

Edward S Gates on May 19, 2011

5

 The movie itself looks competent enough...  but what a horrible trailer.

Chazzy on May 19, 2011

6

i agree 

rocKKicker on May 19, 2011

7

TMI.  They always give away most of the story.  How about a little bit of intrigue?

JL on May 20, 2011

8

The movie is good, but the trailer is a bit weird. It's a bit on a Shallow Grave vibe, fairly twisted.

Crapola on May 19, 2011

9

 looks goooddddddd

kwame adansi on May 19, 2011

10

M.E.H.

Mullet on May 19, 2011

11

This looks awful. 

M.K. Nielsen on May 19, 2011

12

Wtf did i just watch?

duhhell on May 19, 2011

13

They're both the killer, they work together in order to throw everyone off.

Joshua m on May 19, 2011

14

I saw this movie at TIFF and loved it. The trailer is terribly put together and does not highlight, in any way the strength of the film, which is that it's a dark comedy. Jacob Tierney is a clever writer and offers something that is both disturbing and hilarious. I wish this movie a good career but with a trailer like this, I feel it won't get the exposure it much deserves.

Voyageu3 on May 20, 2011

15

 Its all three of them! If its Baruchel then that's way to safe. If its Speedman its way to predictable...but if its Hampshire that would be pretty kewl. 

Xerxexx on May 20, 2011

16

It's like Trotsky! just got darker.

YOO on May 21, 2011

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