This is a spectacular independent film and perhaps the future of film distribution. It’s more targeted to folks like my son, but I still enjoyed it. The story accurately depicts all the awkwardness of getting into a relationship. It’s slightly edgy at times, but I suppose that’s realistic (and I am getting old). The messages behind the movie are timely and valid for any teenager, discovering themselves and each other in their young lives.
The directors are now being sponsored by Spout – each person that signs up, Spout will give $1 to help pay for the film. As well, the website has a store where you can download the movie, order the dvd, get a shirt, etc.
Trailer for Four Eyed Monsters
The entire movie is available for 1 week on YouTube. It’s a cool movie – check it out. I would love to see a movie like this provide enough income for the directors to continue their work. Isn’t that a fantastic means of marketing and distributing movies? I don’t believe you will find a movie with the honesty and realism of Four Eyed Monsters in any mainstream production company.