I liked it. It was the movie that made me realize that I like the "Found Footage" Horror Genre more than I thought as long as it's entertaining, has a personal creative twist within the interpretation of the template, and (as with most movies) provide actors & performances I care about at some level and am invested in their outcome....And goddamnit, Delivery: The Beast Within fulfilled those quotas and left me a pretty satisfied viewer. Good Casting, I was in from beginning to end. Good Job. Bravo!
This is a great, compelling Indie thriller that contains innocence & authenticity within the two main characters, awesome primary & secondary villains, and doesn't waste the minor supporting role. These young newcomers were top notch and Kevin Bacon just keeps getting better & better.
First time Director: Crystal Moselle, had the fortunate luck to come across such a brilliant, unique, social-experiment-esque type of family and harness her good fortune with her incredible talent to produce a truly one-of-a-kind documentary.This film is consistently fascinating, lovable, strange, cruel, ignorant & wise all at the same time in ways I can't really explain. The family is some kind of miracle. I believe this cinematic contribution will have a long life and a ever expanding following.
The title of this documentary is quite literal. The film represents the subject in almost a spiritual way. It's cool, endearing, extremely funny, subtle, heart felt, honest, and even sexy. It's such an easy, enjoyable watch and it keeps you captivated. Loved it. :)
A straightforward series of interview clips that kept my attention from start to finish. Visually, it isn't an artistic triumph but it didn't attempt to be either. If you love stand-up comedy and are fascinated by the psychology behind some of your favorite comedians & actors, this documentary will scratch that itch. Good stuff.