By Tessa Berenson
September 2, 2016

In his previous ‘mockumentary’ style films, writer and director Christopher Guest has satirized the world of dog shows, folk music and rock and roll. Now he has a new target: mascots.

“I had an interest in this myself going back quite a way,” Guest told Entertainment Weekly about the subject. “When my kids were small, we would go to places that had mascots. I found it odd, I guess.”

In Mascots, a cast of familiar faces from previous Guest films battle it out for the “Golden Fluffy” award for best mascot. The movie opens in select theaters and on Netflix Oct. 13.

Write to Tessa Berenson at tessa.berenson@time.com.

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