Dustin Jansick

Dustin Jansick is an independent film critic who also enjoys; indie music, cooking, technology, sports, puzzles, graphic design, and P.T. Anderson films. He is the founder and editor of Way Too Indie which means he reviews hundreds of movies each year and is a proud member of the OFCS.

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The Bitter Buddha Movie

The Bitter Buddha

Unless you are a huge stand-up comedy aficionado you have likely never heard of a comedian named Eddie Pepitone. I certainly had not until this documentary. But he is beloved by many famous comedians that you have heard of before, which is why Pepitone is considered by many to be a comedian’s comedian. The Bitter Read More
Giveaway: The Kings of Summer Blu-ray News

Giveaway: The Kings of Summer Blu-ray

To celebrate the upcoming Blu-ray and DVD release of The Kings of Summer (available on September 24th), we are giving away a copy of film to one of our readers. The Kings of Summer premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, where it went on to win the Audience Award. We caught the Read More
Il Futuro Movie

Il Futuro

Alicia Scherson’s Il Futuro (The Future) is an adaptation of a Chilean novel by Roberto Bolano about two recently orphaned siblings that must find a way to make it on their own. Their uncertain future is the backbone of the story as they come across some bizarre adventures that require difficult moral decisions. Balancing nicely Read More
Trailer: The Double Trailer

Trailer: The Double

Making its world premiere tomorrow at the Toronto International Film Festival is the sophomore efforts from director Richard Ayoade entitled The Double, which stars Jesse Eisenberg as a man who starts to freak out upon discovering his eerie doppelganger. Because Ayoade hit it out of the park with his previous film, Submarine, which made it Read More
Adore Movie


Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival under the name Two Mothers (an arguably more fitting title) has been since changed to Adore, Anne Fontaine’s film about two best friends who end up in relationships with each other’s sons. Due to the on-the-nose dialog the characters are not able grow beyond two dimensional, and although the Read More
Wasteland Movie


Rowan Athale attempts to breathe some new life into the heist genre by peppering it with dry British humor, stylized visuals, pulsing soundtrack, and characters with realistic motivations, but Wasteland overcomplicates the story with all of its gimmicky deceptions, leaving you feeling like the one being robbed. The film demands way too much faith from Read More
A Teacher Movie

A Teacher

A Teacher is in many ways a reversal of the story that is normally told; featuring an older female authoritative figure (a teacher) having an affair with a younger male (a student). On top of that, the adolescent is more rational and stable than the adult. Hannah Fidell’s first feature is wisely not a public Read More
Want to Write For Way Too Indie? News

Want to Write For Way Too Indie?

We are looking for New York City based writers! Have you ever found yourself wishing you could show off your passion for cinema through writing? Way Too Indie is looking for dedicated writers who can contribute on a constant basis. Experience is not necessary as long as you can produce quality articles and you are Read More
Trailer: Dallas Buyers Club Trailer

Trailer: Dallas Buyers Club

If you need any further proof that Matthew McConaughey is an actor worth to be taken seriously, watch the just released trailer for Dallas Buyers Club. There are still folks out there who cannot see past his rom-com typecast from his early career, despite being in some off-kilter roles as of late in Mud, Killer Read More