the overnight

Take an anxious Seattle couple, drop them in a hipster-centric Los Angeles neighborhood for a night of alcohol, weed and
Schwartzman's unguarded demeanor keeps you from turning against his character in The Overnight, even as he's clumsily trying to manipulate his guests into taking their clothes off.
Do swingers usually play while their children are only a few feet down the hall? No, Stern says, but it’s not completely
For my money, the most terrifying movies are never horror movies because they are meant to be scary. You know the ones, all cheap thrills and forced suspense. Adversely, here is a comedy that can shake a person to their core.
It is the rare movie comedy that can encompass the wild events of a single night and keep you both squirming and surprised into laughter for its full running time. 
Of the hundreds of films screened at festivals across the nation only a handful will wind up at your local theatres, and that goes for those lucky enough to have been viewed at the growingly prestigious Tribeca Film Festival (TFF).
Jason Schwartzman and director Patrick Brice came by the Samsung Blogger Lounge at South by Southwest to talk about their new movie, The Overnight. The reason this film is making waves is the much-discussed scene where Schartzman and co-star Adam Scott drop everything in a full-frontal nudity scene, though the actual penises are in fact prosthetic.
Schwartzman: Not really, I didn’t think like, "Oh, I have this big prosthetic, I feel great right now." My confidence didn’t
"The Overnight" was just acquired at Sundance for a cool $4 million, so your chance to see it all for yourself is just around