"[T]he kind of lightning-in-a-bottle comedic magic that infused contemporary ensemble classics like The Breakfast Club and Empire Records.
The film, a grand-slam giggler concerning the exploits of a group of self-obsessed slackers on inventory day at a small furniture retailer, is side-splitting, clock-punching fun. A brilliant spiritual fusion of Clerks, Waiting and senior study-hall, Inventory is a fresh take on what happens when too much time, too many brains, and not enough motivation are left to ferment in a vat of minimum-wage apathy.
...working-class wit, wholesale humor, and the kind of break-room antics that will keep your funny bone working overtime." —Joseph James Bellamy, Reel Zine
"This independent movie made in the Boston area took 2 years to complete and believe me it was worth the wait.... so funny I had tears coming out of my eyes... had to pause the movie so I could catch my breath. The actors all had great chemistry.... The movie was full of laughs and actually... had a pretty touching and inspiring message woven throughout... a great movie." —Mattysville Radio
"Inventory is awesome! A good story with entertaining characters, good enough to watch more than once. It’s nice to see a movie produced in New England that is not only of professional quality and performance, but has a truly organic feel to the concept and dialogue." —Filmmaker Daniel Lee White
"The Inventory soundtrack features an amazing collection of powerpop, from classic bands like Shoes and Stackridge to more recent, relatively unknown but worthy artists such as The Lolas and Jeremy. If you're a melody freak, then the music alone is a big reason to look forward to seeing—and hearing—this new indie film!" —David Bash, Founder, The International Pop Overthrow Festival