This show is a part of TALES OF THE OBSESSED: Ingrid Goes West and The Movies That Inspired It
«I love stories about outsiders — intense, desperate or lonely people with their faces pressed against the glass, searching for a way in or some kind of real human connection. Like their protagonists, these films don't conform to society's standards; they're wild and unpredictable, sometimes dangerous or uncomfortable to watch, but always fascinating. When Aubrey Plaza and I were making Ingrid Goes West and looking for inspiration, these were the films we kept coming back to again and again for their fearless performances and mastery of tone. Thanks to the good people at Alamo Drafthouse for letting us share them with you. Enjoy!» — Matt Spicer, director of INGRID GOES WEST
Explore the other films in TALES OF THE OBSESSED
Poor Steve Kovacs. His girlfriend rejected his marriage proposal; now he's gotta find a new apartment. His pal suggests slipping the cable guy a few bucks so he can get some premium channels for free. This simple ethical lapse has opened the door to the most intense relationship of Steve's life: an irrevocable and all-consuming bond with his cable guy.
Originally conceived as a straightforward buddy comedy, producer Judd Apatow re-wrote much of the film at the behest of Jim Carrey. THE CABLE GUY is the closest we could ever get to see Jerry Lewis star in an Alfred Hitchcock movie.