Matt Rife found himself embroiled in controversy after gaining sudden fame from a TikTok video that garnered attention from a primarily female fanbase. This newfound spotlight catapulted the 28-year-old comedian to prominence, resulting in the opportunity for his debut Netflix special, “Natural Selection.” Unfortunately, Rife’s career took a nosedive following the fallout from an ill-advised domestic violence joke featured in the special, severely impacting his reputation.
Despite the considerable backlash and tarnished image, Rife’s previously secured projects are still in progress, indicating future releases that may either salvage or further damage his career. One such project is “Don’t Suck,” a movie that showcases Rife in a quirky, humor-focused role, albeit one that seemingly lacks depth, given his limited acting experience.
How to watch Matt Rife’s ‘Don’t Suck?’
Unfortunately, for those interested in watching “Don’t Suck,” it won’t be directly available for streaming. The vampire-themed film is set for a theatrical release on December 1, 2023. While this allows broader access to viewers willing to pay for theater tickets, it also poses a barrier for more cautious individuals who may be hesitant to spend on what appears to be a mediocre movie. Information about streaming platforms for “Don’t Suck” post-theatrical release remains undisclosed, leaving audiences with the sole option of catching the film in theaters upon its initial release.