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USA 2014
produced by
Arlin Juenger, Trevor Juenger, Carrie Lax (as Carrie Juenger), Bill Oberst jr
directed by Trevor Juenger
starring Bill Oberst jr, Victoria Mullen, Bill Finkbiner, Tasha Zebrowski, David Wassilak, Jaysen Cryer, Daniel Irwin, Colleen Malone, Shawn I. Chevalier, Joe Hammerstone, Nick Brian Walters, Andrew Weber, Ryan Caldwell, Chris Bruemmer, Sydney Joanne Hood, James Westbrook, John Lewis, Carrie Lax (as Carrie Juenger), Heather Schlitt, Aliyah Studt
written by Trevor Juenger, music by Michel Schiralli, special effects by Holly Meinert, Chris Bruemmer, James Geiler, Carrie Lax (as Carrie Juenger)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Bill (Bill Oberst jr) is a writer - or at least he was, these days he is suffering from a major writer's block accompanied by weird illusions, and he's working as a mover. He doesn't like his job much, is highly irritable or just totally absent-minded, and he doesn't like his colleague (Bill Finkbiner) much, still agrees to go on a fishing trip with him though ... where one night he has the illusion he's dragged off into the forest by something, maybe a big dog, but can't be sure how much of this is real - but ultimately he leaves his colleague behind, taking the colleagues car as well. Bill's visions get stronger and stronger, so much so that he becomes convinced he mustn't sleep, ever again. And while awake, he rebuilds his house into a fortress and arms himself. However, while the lack of sleep spares him nightmares, he's starting to have weirder and weirder visions, to a point where he actually is an alien from outer space in the guise of a man, at least occasionally, or that he is actually a worm in human shape. Somehow though, he gets a job at a TV station - a shopping channel - and starts to date one of the channel's hosts, Jesse (Victoria Mullen), and for a time, that grounds him a little ... until he's attacked by a dog (though that attack might have been imagined, since he has been attacked by his dad's dog as a child and never gotten over the fact that dad ultimately preferred that dog over him), and when Jesse wants to help him with the dog bite, he goes totally off the rocker, accuses her of everything in the book, and ultimately goes out to hunt and kill the dog. And once he has, he wears the dog's hide on his head (and little else). Returning to Jesse's apartment, he doesn't find her at home but on the TV hosting her show - so he calls in live on TV, threatening to kill everyone ... and in his condition, these threats seem more than just empty ...


Coyote is a most unusual film, as it abandones to tell linear storytelling to let us experience everything that happens through its protagonist's eyes - and only by and by does it become clear that this guy is batshit crazy, and also extremely dangerous. And this is what makes the movie really exciting, as it time and again veers of into unexpected directions, shocks with more than just visceral effects, and continues to surprise the audience. And add to that an arthouse cineastic approach to the story at hand and a very fine and creepy performance by Bill Oberst jr, and you've basically got yourself a pretty good movie. It might not be for everyone though, this is definitely not cookie-cutter genre entertainment.


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