Inexchange (2006)

Inexchange (Parker 2007)

The second episode in our mini-series devoted to the films of Zack Parker! His four films fall distinctly into two halves. We discuss the first two films first, this episode covers his first film Inexchange (2007). The first two films, including this one, were made on a shoestring budget and are more interesting in terms of seeing his development and trajectory as a filmmaker. Though we did enjoy and appreciate the resourcefulness that is clearly apparent in this film.


Inexchange (Parker 2006)
Quench(Parker 2007)

TOPIC INDEX – Inexchange (Parker 2006)(times are approximate) 

0:35 – Introductions
4:30 – A note on this mini-series and the films of Zack Parker
5:30 – Discussion begins
9:55 – Plot overview
16:07 – Collective Nightmare-ism – The Tucker & Dale Ali trope
Impressive woman handed to a generic man as a trophy
21:15 – The film title
42:50 – Comparisons to Quench
44:35 – Grading the film using the Collective Nightmares Rubric

1:08:50 – Grading the film

Related Episodes
Quench (Parker 2007)
Come to Daddy (Timpson 2019)

Recommendations for other films
Phantasm (Coscarelli 1979)


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Episode 60

horror, gender, revenge, doppelganger, rape revenge, repression, violence, Tucker & Dale trophy woman, masculinity, hegemonic masculinity, humiliation, woman as prize,