“Suburban Gothic” To Screen At The CBGB Music & Film Festival

Suburban Gothic selected to screen at the CBGB Music & Film Festival in NYC taking place Oct 8th thru 12th!!! The film, written and directed by Richard Bates Jr., stars Matthew Gray Gubler, Kat Dennings, Ray Wise, Barbara Niven, Mackenzie Phillips, Muse Watson, and John Waters.


Raymond has a prestigious MBA, but he can’t find work. He can channel the paranormal, but chatting with a cute girl mystifies him. Kicked out of his big city apartment, Raymond returns home to his overbearing mother, ex-jock father,and beer-bellied classmates. But when a vengeful ghost terrorizes the small town, the city-boy recruits Becca, a badass local bartender, to solve the mystery of the spirit threatening everyone’s lives. 

For more information, or to purchase tickets, click here.


“Life After Beth” Gets DVD Release Date

The zombie romcom “Life After Beth” comes out on DVD Oct. 21st.



The film which was written and directed by Jeff Baena, stars Matthew Gray Gubler, Aubrey Plaza, Anna Kendrick, Dane DeHaan, John C. Reilly, Cheryl Hines, Molly Shannon, Thomas McDonnell, and Paul Reiser.

Matthew Gray Gubler To Star In “Band Of Robbers”

Matthew Gray Gubler is slated to star in the new movie “Band of Robbers” about a modern day Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. He plays the character of Joe Harper. Brothers Adam and Aaron Nee Directed the movie which wrapped up production on Sept. 3rd. Also in the cast are Kyle Gallner and Eric Christian Olsen (NCIS LA).





Thanks to @Drreidfanatic for the pics!

“The Learning Curve” To Be Screened At The HollyShorts Film Festival



Earlier today, it was announced via Facebook that “The Learning Curve“, will be screening August 16th at the 10th Annual  HollyShorts Film Festival at the TCL Chinese Theaters in Hollywood. The film which was written and directed by Phil McCarty is based on the short story of the same name by David Sedaris from his “Me Talk Pretty One Day” collection of short stories.  Matthew Gray Gubler plays Sedaris during his time as a Creative Writing Teacher, a position he was unqualified for. For more information, or to purchase tickets, click here.

Matthew Gray Gubler Attends Sundance Next Fest

Last night, Matthew Gray Gubler stopped by the Sundance Next Fest to promote the west coast premiere of “Life After Beth”. He attended the event with costars Aubrey Plaza, Dane DeHaan, Molly Shannon, and writer/director Jeff Baena. Here are photos of them posing on the Red Carpet at last nights event.

"Life After Beth" Los Angeles Premiere at Sundance NextFest 2014

"Life After Beth" Los Angeles Premiere at Sundance NextFest 2014

'Life After Beth' Sundance NEXT FEST Los Angeles Premiere

'Life After Beth' Sundance NEXT FEST Los Angeles Premiere

'Life After Beth' Sundance NEXT FEST Los Angeles Premiere

'Life After Beth' Sundance NEXT FEST Los Angeles Premiere

Sundance NEXT FEST Screening Of "Life After Beth"

Sundance NEXT FEST Screening Of "Life After Beth"

Sundance NEXT FEST Screening Of "Life After Beth"

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Exclusive: Review Of “Suburban Gothic”

Our lovely friend Jasmine had the privilege of attending the World Premiere of “Suburban Gothic” last weekend at the Fantasia Film Festival, and was kind enough to write a review of this epic tale starring Matthew Gray Gubler and directed by Richard Bates Jr. Here is her take on “Suburban Gothic”! Enjoy!



Picture yourself gathered around a campfire with a group of good friends telling each other ghost stories.  You have fun and laugh, you scare each other and you share secrets that no one else will ever know.  That is exactly the warm and comforting feeling you get when watching “Suburban Gothic”.

I came into this World Premier with a different feeling in my head.  After have watched “Excision”, the first movie from writer and director Richard Bates Jr.,  I was expecting “Suburban Gothic” to be just as disturbing but with a twist of humor, thanks to the hero of the movie Raymond, played by Matthew Gray Gubler.  To my surprise, Richard changed the recipe to this movie around, making it ever so delicious to the heart, the eyes and the mind.  But don’t get me wrong, Richard still added the element of creepy and disturbing, but it was so much more.

The movie is about Raymond, a man who wants to do anything but return home to his parents, hoping to find a job in upper management.  To his misfortune, Raymond has no choice but to go back to his old home town, bringing back the memories of being a miserable fat kid who got picked on by everyone, including his dad.  He also reincounters his old experiences with the supernatural, making him believe that his house is haunted.  After reuniting with an old classmate Becca, played by Kat Dennings, the pair decide to investigate the house and to find out what is really going on.

The adventure they go on is hilarious and creepy all at the same time.  Richard Bates Jr. did an amazing job incorporating the creepy into Raymond’s paranormal experiences.  Snapping us back and forth into Raymond’s mind with visions and a creepy music in the background as he went into said visions. Raymond’s dreams, which appeared more realistic until we see Raymond wake up in his tiny old bed from his childhood, also had a humoristic creepy factor such as the time you see Raymond’s toenails, snap open off of his toes and musically dance in front of our eyes.

Matthew Gray Gubler, being a weirdo himself, has an excellent grasp of Raymond’s character.  A man fighting to be himself and to be accepted as who he is without being thought of as a crazy man or gay.  Gubler’s acting talent is shown greatly by Raymond’s movement and thoughts and did a great job in making us laugh throughout the movie with his innocence towards sex, his girl-like screams and his actions such as jumping out the window or running down the hall only to be found cowering in a bathtub.

Kat Dennings, who plays Becca, also brings in a great and dry, sarcastic humor that can’t help you do anything else but laugh and smile.  She takes Raymond under her wing, and after having her own horrible fat kid childhood, she is a breath of fresh air for him.  She believes in him, despite what everyone else says.

Other great actors played in the movie helped the chemistry in the movie to be even better.  Ray Wise, who plays Raymond’s Dad, is funny and arrogant, Barbara Niven plays the sweet and supporting Mom that just makes you want to hug her, and Ronnie Blevins plays the bully that seems to get what’s coming to him from our heroes Raymond and Becca.

The movie makes you feel great.  As a weirdo myself, I found the movie to be heartwarming, and as I watch Raymond fight with his father and his past to prove that he is a wonderful person himself and he doesn’t need to change, I find myself understanding Raymond more and more.  I found myself rooting for Raymond and hoping that he does prove, that he is in fact, not crazy and someone that can be accepted into this world as himself.

“Suburban Gothic” is not for all viewers.  It has a lot of swearing, some graphic sexual imagery and can make you jump out of your skin.  You have been warned, this movie is definately creepy, funny and extremely weird.  But I think for all those people who have always felt like an outcast, it is definately a movie worth seeing.  It definately has an underdog quality that makes you root for Raymond until the very end.

I do not leave you with much on the details because I want you all to run out and watch it!  I myself cannot wait to see it again.  This is a movie I definately hope to get to add to my collection and find myself watching on halloween night.  It will definately be one of my favourite underdog movies.

Don’t think of this movie as a very deep or extremely scary movie.  It is simple, funny, weird and has a charm of its own.  Just remember to sit back, enjoy and just have fun.  I promise you, if you go in with no expectations, you will come out of there feeling better as a person and definately smiling.  All I need to say, score one for the weirdos!  We rule!

Thanks Jasmine for the outstanding review!!! We hope to have more news about “Suburban Gothic” showings in the near future.


Video: Matthew Gray Gubler’s Q&A’s At Fantasia Film Festival

Thanks to our lovely friend Jasmine for capturing both of Matthew Gray Gubler’s Q&A’s this past weekend at Fantasia Film Festival. The first features Matthew, Jeff Baena, and Aubrey Plaza discussing the Zombie RomCom “Life After Beth”, while the second features Richard Bates Jr. and Ray Wise in support of Suburban Gothic. Enjoy!!!!