Can you really trust anyone? This was a question posed by eccentric auteur Tommy Wiseau in 2003 during his release of one of the best bad films ever conceived. The Room has gained a cult following as a hilariously terrible film, yet there’s one thing that no one can take away from Wiseau. He passionately made his own film. This week we discuss Wiseau’s horrible passion project, The Room and The Disaster Artist, the new James Franco film chronicling The Room’s origins. Dye your hair jet black, wear sunglasses all the time and tune into Cinema Stories this week.