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DVD REVIEW: The Dirties

The Dirties is a movie that, for the lack of a better analogy, punches you in the face  and demands your attention. It’s a film that is kind of hard to completely understand and appreciate with just one watch, so that probably explains why I’ve watched it close to a gazillion times. The Dirties is an independent film by Canadian filmmaker Matt Johnson, and it chronicles the life of two best friends who are constantly bullied and then plot revenge against those who have bullied them. The three-disc special limited…

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‘The Dirties’ Releases Limited Edition DVD & Blu-Ray

There is just something about The Dirties. Maybe it’s my longtime admiration of director Matt Johnson’s first (and most hilarious) project, Nirvana The Band The Show, and those same filming elements I notice seeping into The Dirties. Maybe it’s the brilliant way in which Johnson and his team tell the story of bullying, which most all of us can relate to. Or maybe it’s the dynamic friendship between Johnson and Owen Williams that you can’t help but identify with. Please follow and like us:

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FILM INTERVIEW: The Dirties

Back in October we brought you our review of director Matt Johnson‘s debut film, The Dirties, which Kevin Smith not only called “The most important film you’ll see all year” but also presented via his Kevin Smith Movie Club. Recently, we had the opportunity to speak with Matt and delve a bit deeper into the film, the issues of school bullying and violence, and scenes that didn’t make the cut. Check it out below. Please follow and like us:

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FILM REVIEW: The Dirties

Here’s the thing about The Dirties. Upon first viewing as you watch the credits roll, it’s hard not to contemplate everything you’ve seen, trying to digest it all. You walk away from it fully recognizing it for the brilliant film it is. But then the next day it hits you harder. And the day after that—harder still. It is one of those films that sits with you long after the final credits have rolled, and for me, I think that’s one of the most impressive traits of film; when it…

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