This is not a drill. We repeat: THIS IS NOT A DRILL. Tortured genius slash possible vampire Tommy Wiseau is back, and better (worse?) than ever: his long-awaited followup to The Room, a sitcom called The Neighbors, has surfaced on Hulu Plus.
In case you’ve managed to live this much of your life without ever having seen The Room, the baffling cult masterpiece is much, much funnier than any movie that intends to be funny could ever be. The film’s non-stop non sequiturs have made it a favorite of midnight screenings, and it even inspired a memoir by costar Greg Sestero, which James Franco and Seth Rogen plan to adapt into a movie.
The notoriously cranky auteur screened the The Neighbors pilot, shot in 2004, at Manhattan’s Landmark Sunshine Cinema last September. It received exactly the reception you’d expect. Wiseau stars (of course he stars, of course he does) as the spiky-haired manager of an apartment…
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